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Lobi Dances - Various - Traditional Drumming And Dances Of Ghana (Vinyl, LP)

| 11.10.2019


  • Fesho says:
    Drumming and Dancing Tour in Ghana. Tour Duration: 14 days / 13 nights Group Size: 2 – 25+ people Season: January – December Tour Customizable: Yes Cost: US$ .
  • Kigarisar says:
    Traditional Drumming and Dances of Ghana, an album by Various Artists on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  • Vukazahn says:
    Traditional Drumming and Dances 64 LP Notes by John Tanson SIDE 1 Band 1 of Ghana Recorded in Ghana by John Tanson SIDE I SIDE 1 Band 5 KETE: Ashanti Chiefs are noted for bravery and their ÑT7ence on all other chiefs in Ghana. Kete is the dance of the Asantehene who commands the respect of every Ashan ti.
  • Salrajas says:
    Mar 19,  · Cultural dance of Ghana- Anglo, Kete, Tokwe, Lobi, performed by Akwamuman Biakoye youth cultural troupe.
  • Mijar says:
    "SK Kakraba Lobi is a master xylophonist from Ghana and the nephew of Master Xylophonist Kakraba Lobi. He is a master of the Gyil, which means that he is both an instrument maker and a virtuoso performer. The Gyil is the Ghanaian xylophone and the primary instrument of the Lobi, Sisala and Dagara people of Northern Ghana. It is constructed of 14 wooden slats suspended over calabash .
  • Mogul says:
    Scholar and music editor John Tanson recorded music of six Ghanaian tribes in the s, and the resulting album shows the significance of drumming and dance, especially as demonstrated in the track "Talking Drums." Track notes are accompanied by pictures of some of the dances and ceremonies.
  • Nejas says:
    Music from the original Soundtrack "Soul To Soul" by Denis Sanders. a Nigram-Aura Production in cooperation with the Ghana Arts Council. Recorded at Black Star Square in Accra, on Ghana's 14th Independence Day; March 6, at the "Soul To Soul" Festival.
  • Saramar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Africa - Ancient Ceremonies, Dance Music & Songs Of Ghana on Discogs.

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