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Download Habé Ndiesse - Anani Attih - Mayi Africa - African Percussion (CD)
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Label: Prosecco Studios - CDR UG 80 E • Format: CD Double CD • Country: Germany • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: African


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9 Replies to “ Habé Ndiesse - Anani Attih - Mayi Africa - African Percussion (CD) ”

  1. Magami says:
    Magical Faces of Africa - masks: The Museum for African Art (NYC) Nok, Egypt, and African Arts in the Axial Age [ B.C.E C.E.] Smithsonian National Museum of African Art: Sub-Saharan African Art - Michael C. Carlos Museum: West African Masks - NOVICA (commercial site) Women in African Art.
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    Each time a Griot, Jaly, or Ayan (keepers of African oral traditions) dies, they literally take libraries of African music and dance to the grave where it is entombed and lost to the world forever. Since the music and dance of Africa is largely an oral tradition that is verbally passed down from one generation to the next, sheet music is not available.
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    African Music is devoted to ethnographic, anthropological, musicological, and popular studies of sub-Saharan African music from the s to the present. The bibliography is organized into six basic sections. Section one covers works on cultural policy and the performing arts in sub-Saharan Africa, while section two provides a selected guide to works on ethnomusicology.
  6. Kimuro says:
    African Music Nites is produced by Claire Jones, who began organizing the series initiated by Rob Pastorak at the Hidmo Café in September My aim is to present music of Africa and the African diaspora in a communal atmosphere. Above all, I look for music that is danceable – so that the audience and performers are equal participants.
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  9. Fenribei says:
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