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 Übersetzung für 'agogo' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   agogo | agogos
mus.
agogo [also: agogô]
Agogô {m} [Perkussion]
mus.
agogo bell
Agogo Bell {f} [Perkussion]
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  • Agogô {m} [Perkussion] = agogo [also: agogô]
  • Agogo Bell {f} [Perkussion] = agogo bell
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The music required two or three talking drums ("omele"), a rattle ("sekere"), thumb piano ("agidigbo") and a bell ("agogo").
  • A bell known as agogo is used for religious reasons in addition to the percussion bell.
  • With Tippy Agogo et al.
  • Amakye Dede was installed as a sub-Chief at Agogo in the Asante Akim traditional area.
  • Kofi B attended Agogo State College in the Ashanti Region, but dropped out prematurely due to financial difficulties.

  • Nana Kwame Akuoko Sarpong was born on 11 August 1938 at Agogo, Ashanti Region, Ghana.
  • Dadakuada is very rich in beats which are derived from traditional instruments like talking drum, bata, gangan and agogo.
  • ... 21 mi) from Pattaya, where Pattaya is a world-class tourist destination filled with pubs, bars or liquor stores includes agogo bars and many Western tourists.
  • Rebecca Ayoko (born in Agogo around 1960) is an international catwalk model from Togo.
  • It was filmed on a hand held camera in American Samoa, and draws on the fairy tale Cinderella as well as a Samoan proverbial tale (a fa'agogo).

  • The Presbyterian Nursing and Midwifery Training College, Agogo, formerly Presbyterian Nurses' Training College is a public tertiary health institution located in Agogo Ashanti Akim in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
  • The South American agogo is probably a descendant from these African bells.
  • The Brazilian name for these is "agogo" bells. Cylindrical wood blocks played in the same way are also called "Agogô".
  • Since 2015 the Trasharama agogo film festival has held its annual premiere in conjunction with Melbourne's Monster Fest .
  • The Agogô (also called ga, gankogui, gongue) is a variety of bell used in afro-Caribbean music, they can include single, double or multi-headed bells that are attached to a metal handle. Agogô bells are of Western African origin but are now also used in Brazilian and Latin American music.

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