Group Rhythm: Kuku Rhythm

Age range: 14+

Difficulty Rating: 8

Number of Harmonies: 3

The Kuku rhythm is a follow up to the first body rhythm and can be used with groups who are more proficient or experienced in creating sounds and movement with their own bodies.

Tips: This is a more advanced body rhythm. If you would like to start the group of with something slightly more simple then take a look at this rhythm.


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