Africa Drums.


Drums,drums,Africa drums–drums through the counless centuries,drums continuously,drums eternaly;every rhythm,every beat of the drum is a voice calling.The author,a much travelled man in the continent of Africa.sets out in this little book the very importance the insrument of the native drum is to the various tribal people.In all walks of tribal life it plays an important part in the social structure of native life,indeed,in many remote dwellings,it is the only means of comunication.An unusual book.

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H/b in rather limpish boards with a painted illustration.somewhat creased,with faded and worn spine,and bumped corners.No d/w Size 9×6 pp 12+159,many b/w plates,inc portaite of the author as a frontispiece.Hinges strong, Binding firm,Internaly clean throughout.Presentation written in ink to f/e/p.No staining or browning,but with some light foxing to front and back prelims.A rather quaint and unusual little book.Externally it looks a little sad.


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