hello happy afternoon dear friends I share some beautiful music your rhythms are quite spiritual I love--
The Nyahbinghi Order is one of the first Rastafari Mansions. Being the strictest, it supports the Theocratic Kingdom of Haile Selassie I, God in Flesh, Jesus Christ as King of Kings and Lord of Lords for the Rastafari Culture
Niyabinghi percussions are not exclusive to the Niyabinghi order, and is common to all Rastafarians. Their rhythms are taken for the basis of Reggae music, as is the case with the most influential ska band, the Skatalites. It is said that his percussionists revolutionized Jamaican music by mixing the rhythmic parts of Niyabinghi in a complete percussion team, which resumed jazz elements to obtain a totally new form of music, baptized as ska. The rhythms with the Niyabinghi were first implanted by Count Ossie in his musical themes, who had incorporated influences of Jamaican Kumina percussions (and especially the forms themselves) with songs and rhythms learned from Nigerian musicians
Binghi songs usually include recitals of the Psalms, or also variations of known hymns of the Christian hymnal. The rhythm it carries is 2 strokes and a pause (called by Rastafari as 1-2) in the case of the fundeh; 1 beat for the bass drum and 2 pauses starting with the new dry beat (ie when the fundeh bears 1-2; the Bass Drum plays the 1 --- 2); and the akete guides the other drums with the ringing. The touch has the function of achieving meditation in the Rastafari prayer, being also praise for JAH God. The Nyahbinghi drums represents the Heartbeat; as it also represents Sadrac, Meshach, and Abednego; the 3 friends of the biblical Daniel. The story goes that Sadrac, Mesac and Abednego were condemned to death for not respecting and worshiping the image created by Nebuchadnezzar and maintaining fidelity to JAH God; and they were thrown into the furnace of fire. but they did not die, but the 3, but the Angel of God, were walking through the oven without burning. Thus, the faithfulness of Shadrach Meshach and Abednego to God was stronger than the fire of Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon.