Wasam Burum Dance - Various - Nigéria Musiques Du Plateau (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Kigale says:
    This is why many African instruments can actually speak the people's language by playing different sounds at different pitches. So, what you think is just a rhythm, is actually a little conversation between the members of the drum family. A great example of this is the war dance called Agbekor: The father Atsimevu calls.
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  3. Gara says:
    Lamba is the dance of the Jalis, Keepers of the Oral Tradition. Lamba is a spiritual dance and rhythm that is used in healing to promote a sound mind and body. (Nurudafina Abena) Lamba is a song/dance/ceremony enacted at passages of life and for spiritual cleansings (Sule Greg Wilson) This music is played by the Griots for Griots, also known as.
  4. Bragar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Nigéria: Musiques Du Plateau on Discogs.
  5. Migrel says:
    Jun 03,  · Southern Nigeria covers a geographical area of over square kilometres and is home to over ethnic groups, many with different languages and dialects, with tonal influence on the varied forms of music prevalent in the sub-region. As a result, the traditional music of these areas is as diverse as the peoples therein. However, the common .
  6. Mot says:
    The Watusi is indigenous to southern Central Africa. The Watusi was a very popular solo dance done in the early 's. In , Ray Barretto released the album 'Charanga Moderna.' The track "El Watusi" reached the Top 20 pop chart in the United States in and went gold. Its popularity was near that of the Twist dance.
  7. Vogami says:
    Apr 28,  · The event, hosted by the state government, as part of efforts to reawaken interest in the black world’s culture through drums and dance, attracted cultural troupes and a drum ensemble, as well as.
  8. Kajim says:
    Jan 19,  · Read next: Doing it in Lagos: How ’80s Nigeria embraced funk and boogie Gumba Fire ‘s 18 tracks highlight the country’s musical movements between “the ’70s where American-influenced jazz, funk and soul mixed with local Mbaqanga sounds, and the ’90s when kwaito and house music ruled the dance floors of urban South Africa,” shares.

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