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Kalani defines and describes the drum circle in this LIVE episode. A drum circle is a form of community drumming where the participants are free to co-create music through an improvisational process, leading to a product of community value. Drum circles have been around since the late 1950 and early 1960’s as a form a recreational music making, defined by their inclusive and open nature. The term is an American one, given to groups of people who come together to create in-the-moment music for personal enjoyment.
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