# Ismail Londt – Bayyt Naw Tahqq Mujawwad Maqmt basics

The speaker discusses different levels of bay Guinea, including Nawa, and gives examples of how to practice them. They also mention different ways to start and finish a sequence, including clams, milk, and milk. The speaker emphasizes the importance of practice and understanding the structure of the sequence.
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The second level of bayerti is referred to as Nawa,

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baiyate nawa,

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and it's where your voice is a bit more warmed up.

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And

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there are a few options. So first you look at the tilt at the start

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like a slight push, and then you have a similar push right through.

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So

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option number one, what? Either Kaluza, so

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you have, what is

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kaluzanu?

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Okay, second you have, like, I mean, shall we three step? What is

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kaluzanu?

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Zero. That's

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another option where the ending is concerned. Even though you could

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have made the same and you see room.

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You see room, the endings are used to choose from and practice and

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amend and modify. But I'm looking at the structure starting and

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going through. So the first two, what is the

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new?

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And you can place wherever, what is the

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and then

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minshu is three steps? Why

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the kaluzanu? Then you have three steps again, but you start lower.

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Why is

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kalum? Just be careful not to pull too long. Actually, it's like

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it's actually five steps.

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Why is zero?

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Then? What you have,

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instead of having a climb, because all of these were like clams, ah,

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you have a drop. Why? Either was no

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milk, zero.

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WA, Isa

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kalum, wai za Kalu

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wa Zanu mukho zeroon,

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oh, just

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look at the starts. All those thoughts were the same. There's

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another way. We start the same, but then you have a slight

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play, what is what is a, What is a, but you push,

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what is

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Ka

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Luon,

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why?

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The

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five?

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Why? Either Kalu, whom?

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Why is a

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kalum, and then Wai is a

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kalum, and then Wai is a Kalu, WA, Zanu, and then Wai is

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a

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kalum, Abu. Aloo Zanu, just get your ear familiar, practice, try

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trying it on other verses,

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cotillah.

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Do Din na

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vida. Till

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Do

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Din

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Nari,

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da

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till.

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Food, and then cotillah DoDIN could and then you drop.

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Cotillah Do

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OS

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Habu

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odudin, and then you play

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Conti la os habul, o do din na di da,

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besides the slight tilt at the start, what is a you can also do

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it

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a bit more classy and add

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Why is

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so instead of Why is Why is

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why? Why is

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Why is

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can I have

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all your

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other five options there? Why is?

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Why?

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Kalu?

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Why? Just watch the length of your letters like better on a long

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vowel for that one with the five upward steps, wai

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the

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kaluzanu Seal, so

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kutila

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instead of kutila, so you have example in

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Manu

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in you can have option number three, where you come low and five

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up,

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what's our first set? What is

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depending on your first word or phrase or syllable, especially

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there's a Huna like in the ladeena, you can have that those

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five steps there in

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ah,

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in, O, In,

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in In option

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number one

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In

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Manu in you

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fast

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in,

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in,

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in so check them and listen to them and try them. And

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you see there are five structures, three ways to start,

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have options in your ends that we can work on at a later stage.

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Inshallah, now, and

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the next one is Shuri. So this was the Yati Nawa second level, your

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second phase, and part of the Yati the.

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