Rebecca Gearhart Mafazy
Setting the rhythmic pace of the goma dance are the percussionists who play a two-headed drum (chapuo), a tin plate (utasa), and the big drum (goma) from which the dance gets its name.
Swahili Expressive Arts Collection (Illinois Wesleyan University)
Rebecca Gearhart Mafazy, Ph.D., Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Illinois Wesleyan University, email@example.com
AnthropologySocial and Behavioral Sciences
Illinois Wesleyan University