Lanciné Condé is a master of the Malinké flute tradition, who was born and raised in a small village near Kouroussa, Guinea, in West Africa.

My good friend and teacher Lanciné Condé recently lost his home in this tragic event in Conakry, Guinea. All proceeds from the digital downloads of his album (below) will go to support Lanciné and his family as they rebuild.

Lanciné Condé:
the Malinké Flute
songs from Guinea, West Africa

$8.99 (suggested)

  • MP3 Download
  • 12 tracks + album art
  • Immediate download
  • Quality: 192 kbps, 44.1 kHz, 16 bit stereo
  • 100% of all proceeds go to Lanciné and his family in Guinea

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About Lanciné

Lanciné was steeped in the music of his people from a very early age. Well versed in the traditional drumming of his village, he is proficient in the dunun (bass) drums, but his specialty is playing the tambin, or fulé: a unique 3-holed transverse flute made from a woody vine that grows along the banks of the river.

On this flute—also known as the Fula or Fulani flute—Lanciné brings forth even the most complicated of musical passages with the ease and grace of one who has spent a lifetime mastering its subtleties and nuances.

See also: Conakry Flute Sessions for more recordings of the Fula flute.


Lanciné Condé - Fula flute / tambin

Lanciné Condé performing in France in the last 1990’s.