djembe, conga i bongosy
Autorstwa Elżbieta Matusiak
Sometimes, it happens at the Little Prince that we unexpectedly discover the possibility of interesting activities.
Or perhaps it is the activities, or rather the people who propose them, who discover us.
This should be explored at some point.
In the meantime, several times on Saturday mornings, at 8:45 a.m. to be precise, rhythmical tapping can be heard on Tyniecka Street.
It’s not woodpeckers.
It’s our two new friends and the Little Prince’s gang.
We play the drums. For some it goes well, for others the music doesn’t bother them.
But in order for both of them to beat rhythms not only on Saturday mornings, we need appropriate percussion instruments. Maybe someone has some standing in the attic. We will be happy to accept and use them. Contact us, call, write, or send us a surprise to 140A Tyniecka Street in Krakow.
It doesn’t have to be just the eponymous djembe, conga or bongos. Maybe someone will find a rain stick, a beautiful udu, a tiny darbuka, a simple triangle.
And at the end of the dream – a hang drum.