Today was the spring concert at Hillel Day School. The "World Drumming Club" performed Adenkum, a Ghanan song with gourds for rhythm (which is where the song's title comes from). The Adenkum is an elongated gourd with a hole at one end, that is played by the Ashanti women of Ghana. I don't know what the words mean; one youtube link says it is a song telling children to "listen more than they speak, especially so that they can learn from and respect their elders."
You can find other versions of the song, including with the song's composer Sowah Menah, on youtube. Here's the version performed this afternoon at Hillel, with Elianna in the second solo. Thanks to Robin Lash and Andrea Trivax at Hillel Day School, for forming the World Drumming Club.