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Due to its popularity and as an exemplar of the Yorùbá cultural practices, the dùndún (widely known as the 'talking drum') has received much scholarly attention for its musical and literary functions. However, there is a dearth of studies focusing on music education of the dùndún tradition. Conducting a qualitative study involving extensive observations and in-depth interviews, with dùndún drummers in different towns in south-west Nigeria, the study investigates the teaching-learning process indoi:10.2307/3334831 fatcat:ob7mwf7ombbgzjeepkbymyhkvy