The name Assadua evoving from the Asaa tree, relates to the gay and pleasant nature of the dance. The Asaa is a sweet fruit tree commonly found in forest region of Ghana. One therefore would be tempted to conclude that Asaadua is a dance for sheer enjoyment and pleasure.

An Akan dance popular in the Ashanti and Brong Ahafo regions.

Ben Teaching Asuadua at Residential in Kent 2016

  • Instrumentation
  • Nnawuta Double Bell
  • Firikyiwa Pod Bell
  • Adawura Slit Bell
  • Torowa Rattle
  • Donno Hour glass drum
  • Tamalin x 3 Small, medium and large.

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