Sansa-Daiko Tutorial Section Three

This is the third section of Sansa-daiko. The third section is played three times and then the song ends. The last note is not plated on the last repetition.

The music has been written out in western notation, and the Taiko syllables are written below. The X marks represent the Ka syllable - or a beat on the fuchi (edge of the drum). Please pay attention to which beats are played with the right or left hand; the beats on the fuchi can get a little tricky.

Click on any of the staffs to hear it played, or click on the bottom to hear one repetion of section three. These sound files are 22.3MHz .aiff files, and range from 55-100Kb.


DON DON DO-KO DO-KO DON KA-TA KA DON


DON KA-TA KA DON DON KA-TA KA DON


DON DON DO-KO DO-KO DON DO-KO DON DON


DON KA KA KA DON KA KA KA DON KA KA KA KA DON


DON DON DO-KO DO-KO DON DO-KO DON DON


DON KA KA KA DON KA KA KA DON KA KA KA KA DON


DON DON KA DON DON KA-TA KA DON


DON DON DO-KO DO-KO DON KA-TA KA SU


KA-TA KA-TA KA DON DON KA-TA KA KA KA-TA KA-TA KA DON


Hear section three of Sansa-daiko played through one time. This sound is a 22 second, 22.3MHz .aiff file, 462Kb.