Folk Music: Juba this, Juba that Critique

This post is very well organized and clearly stated she put the various information in different sections. The author included a lot of information and she used a lot of examples. I like how she included pictures and a video example of a specific type of folk music used, using the body as an instrument. Overall I really enjoyed this post and it is very well put together.

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