Senegalese master drummer Amadou Diallo introduces himself, his wife Mary, and the drums they will demonstrate, the djembe and the dundun. They play these drums to present a rhythm from Guinea, yamama.
Amadou explains how he made his gongoma and uses it to accompany his song about a little boy in Africa who is also named Amadou.
Amadou explains how he became a drummer and learned from the many drumming traditions surrounding his Fulani people. He explains how he made his stringed took singala, and then he and his wife, Mary, play their djembe and dundun drums.