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Sarah Ndagire & Pedson Kasume - Traditional Music Of The Bantu Woman And Folktales Of The Baganda Woman From Uganda – Vol.1 Scaricare

Sarah Ndagire & Pedson Kasume - Traditional Music Of The Bantu Woman And Folktales Of The Baganda Woman From Uganda – Vol.1 Scaricare
Interprete:
Sarah Ndagire & Pedson Kasume
Album:
Traditional Music Of The Bantu Woman And Folktales Of The Baganda Woman From Uganda – Vol.1
Stile:
African
Rilasciato:
2006
Paese:
Switzerland
Etichetta:
Face Music Switzerland
Catalogo:
FM 50047
Dimensione FLAC:
2649 mb
Dimensione MP3:
1405 mb
Dimensione WMA:
1836 mb


Tracklist


1Jogoli jogo9:38
2Njabal8:27
3Mpara5:51
4Kasolomujje5:50
5Twara amata gange5:27
6Enkoko yange5:20
7Ngayaya6:39
8Oyonkye4:35
9Okufa4:22
10Oije orare4:08
11Kabeibere6:38


Note


Sarah Ndagire: Vocals
Pedson Kasume: Vocals, Drums & Percussion

Rec. & Mix by Fizzé at Studio Mensch
Mastering: Hansjürg Meier

with 20 Page Booklet


Album


Album 2006 - Tradition Bantu - Sarah Ndagire & Pedi Kasume Ugandan music is. Ugandan music is generally rhythmic, and the complexity of these rhythms. Traditional music of the Bantu from Uganda - Twins rituals - Продолжительность: 6:21 FaceMusicSuisse , is now ranked number three 3 in Africa as far as music and entertainment is concerned. Uganda is home to over 65 different ethnic groups and tribes, and they form the basis of all indigenous music. The Baganda, being the most musically vibrant nationality in the country, has defined what constitutes culture and music of Uganda over the last two centuries. Produced by Albi Face Music - Recorded and mixed by Fizzè at Studio Mensch, CH-Weite SG - July 2006 - Mastered by Hansjürg Meier, Tonspur AG, CH-Buchs SG - October 2006 - Cover front: photo by Sarah and Albi - all other photos by Albi - Art concept & layout by Albi. Many thanks to Sarah Ndagire, Pedson Kasume for helping with the texts. Hermelinde Steiner with the translation. Listen to Village woman from Sarah Ndagire's Train for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Sarah Ndagire is a performing artist born and raised in Uganda, the pearl and heart of Africa. Sarah is actively participating in the field of African music, dance and culture. She has stories to tell about her experiences. Sarah says her music style is mainly a fusion of traditional music, instruments and beats interspersed with modern styles and arrangements. The traditional instruments akogo, endingidi, engalabi and embutu always feature in her songs. It can be described as a truly Ugandan sound. Music of the Baganda. The Baganda are the largest ethnic group in Uganda, and the several ensembles of court musicians maintained by their former Kabakas kings were guardians of both political and musical tradition. Muyinda, himself a court musician, developed and led ensembles formed from all the types of royal instruments, but he focused on the amadinda xylophone, besides working for the National Museum and leading The Heartbeat of Africa dance ensemble. The Folk Music of Western Kentucky from Sarah Gertrude Knott and Hattie Tyler Cargill, Vol. I - Acie Cargill. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Sarah Ndagire & Pedson Kasume. Traditional Music Of The Bantu Woman And Folktales Of The Baganda Woman From Uganda Vol. 1 CD. Face Music Ndagire. Her music which combines Western influences with those of her homeland has won her a loyal audience. The Treasure of Traditional Music Vol. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. There's a problem loading this menu right now