Group of five Kete men
From Various songs and dances from the Lunda-speaking people of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia
These maza dances performed by Lunda-speaking men and women from Kasai Province, Democratic Republic of Congo are played by five men. They are using three xylophones called dujimba devasa, dujimba dwapakadie, and dujimba dwa makuma , which play in interlocking patterns. A mutumba (slit drum) , and a nguma (cylindrical drum) help keep the rhythms flowing together.