Throughout the song, there is a drum pattern with a polyrhythmic texture of triples and duples.
The musical performance entails the hitting of buffalo horns (locally known as vugo, hence the title of the genre) with sticks in triple rhythms that compliment the duples played by the accompanying drummers.
Interlocking rhythms of duples and triples constitute the performance of chakacha.
MEMBERS of the Coventry Gang were John Duples, William Palliser, Margaret Brown and Sarah Jones.
The landlord, a Mr Bayley, disturbed them and held John Duples, but the others escaped immediate capture.