9 edition of The distant talking drum found in the catalog.
Poems describe life and customs in a Nigerian village.
|Statement||by Isaac Olaleye ; paintings by Frané Lessac.|
|Contributions||Lessac, Frané, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PR9387.9.O435 D57 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||94060260|
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Like the drum of its title, this stunning collection of poetry calls us to a Nigerian farming village, where the haunting beauty and simplicity of life are captured in Isaac Olaleye's playful and passionate poems. Gorgeous, full-color paintings invite us to join this sumptuous feast for our senses.
How I would use this in a classroom: I believe this book could be an excellent way to begin or add to an all "All About Me" unit of study. It could be a really interesting way to have children explore and be proud of their differences and share them with peers in an accepting way.
The Distant Talking Drum by Isaac Olaleye From deep in the rain forest The sound of a distant talking drum I hear– Far away, far away. For me it calls. Clearly it calls For me to dance, For men to dance, For women to dance, For children to dance.
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The talking drum is an hourglass-shaped drum from West Africa, whose pitch can be regulated to mimic the tone and prosody of human speech. It has two drumheads connected by leather tension cords, which allow the player to change the pitch of the drum by squeezing the cords between their arm and fication: Percussion.
Types Talking drum. While this type of hourglass-shaped instrument can be modulated quite closely, its range is limited to a gathering or market-place, and it is primarily used in ceremonial settings.
Ceremonial functions could include dance, rituals, story-telling and communication of points of order. Some of the groups of variations of the talking drum among West African ethnic groups. Which feeling does The Distant Talking Drum create. The Distant Talking Drum by Isaac Olaleye From deep in the rain forest The sound of a distant talking drum I hear Far away, far away.
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The Distant Talking Drum by Isaac Olaleye From deep in the rain forest The sound of a distant talking drum I hear Far away, far away. Talking With Slit-Drums. One type of talking drum is the wooden slit-drum. (See picture on page ) Such drums are formed by carving a hollow in a section of tree.
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View Our Guest Book Sign Our Guest Book Vote For The Talking Drum Of Knowledge Here Log in Or Get [email protected] E-mail Address Here. It's also perfect for book groups. You could even group kids by the different social issues that they are interested in (one group could focus on the immigration aspect, one could focus on sexism, etc.) Pam Munoz Ryan is a wonderful author and it would be great to do an author study of her (I think Hannah is doing that in her class pretty soon).Author: Deanna Catanzaro.
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