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to see more: http://michaelpluznick.com/2010/11/21/dununba-dance-and-drum-party-in-guinee-west-africa/ Dancers (Ami Doumbia left and Malodone right) from the award winning Santogoola community center and local group in the Sabaliboogoo district of Bamako chant traditional songs and perform traditional based dance choreography to the Danza rythym in Bamako Mali while accompanied by Aruna, Brulye, Siaka and Kaliefa, 4 different gerations of Mali drummers. This clip is from an up and comming video. For more information visit: www.michaelpluznick.com www.earthcds.com Music for this and other similar high quality audio recordings I did in Mali are now available for sale: http://www.earthcds.com/africa/west/mali/old.shtml Danza, Diansa, Dansa
Bassidi Koné (djembe) and dancers from Bwazan. Bamako, Mali
Dogon mask dance
People of the Dogon tribe in Pays Dogon of Falaise de Bandiagara in Mali gave a demonstration of their famous traditional dancing. I recorded about 15 minutes of the one-hour performance. I had wished to see this since I saw this on TV for the first time in the 1960-ies. Since then I thought it was fascinating. In January 2005 it happened for real. In a previous version of this film, when it was split in two, it was viewed 615 times. Now I have put everything in one film. I took this version from my 2005-dvd-movie because I lost the original footage. A copy of this film was requested by and delivered to Mr Griffin (by internet) in London for use in a tv programme, but unfortunately I did not receive the cost reimbursement.
http://www.michaelpluznick.com Part#2 Madan (aka "Djagbe" in Guinea), a Mali djembe drum and African dance piece. West African dance Choreography and drum class from my private African djembe and african dance lessons in Bamako, Mali West Africa.
wadoma performing sunu and sobonikun www.wadoma.com
The Dogon's dances represent their history. The masks depict the system in the world: animals, men and things, too. In the dance they are an important element and the Dogon use more than 80 masks, depending on the celebration. Le danze dei Dogon rappresentano la loro storia. Le maschere raffigurano il sistema del mondo, gli animali, gli uomini e anche le cose. Nel ballo sono un elemento importante e i Dogon ne usano più di 80, a seconda della celebrazione.
A traditional sword dance performed by people from Timbuktu.
To see how to play Sunu: http://michaelpluznick.com/2010/11/23/mali-sunu-ensemble-djembe-solos-by-michael-pluznick-ben-isaacs/ African dance class by Michael Pluznick. Djembe music wirh Dancers Ami Doumbia left and Malodone right) from the award winning Santogoola community center and local group in the Sabaliboogoo district of Bamako chant traditional songs and perform traditional based djembe muisc and dance choreography to the Sunu djembe rhythym in Bamako Mali while accompanied by djembe grandmaster Aruna, djembe master Brulye, djembe fola Siaka and dunun fola Kaliefa, 4 different gerations of Mali djembe drummers. This clip of African dance and djembe music is from an up and coming djembe and african dance video. For more information visit: www.michaelpluznick.com www.earthc...
The Dogon Mask Dance at the village of Tireli, Dogon in Mali. Shot & Edited by Gozilah ©2012. More about Dogon culture and Rituals: yskjp.blog112.fc2.com/?tag=jdogon Photos : flickr.com/photos/gozilah/sets/72157628992762453/show/ The Dogon are an ancient tribe from Mali known for their elaborate ceremonial masks used for celebratory dances performed by the men of the tribe. Dogon masks are known throughout the world by anthropologists and art curators. They are among the most highly respected tribal art in the world, having influenced Western 20th-century artists such as Picasso, Braque and the Cubist movement. The masks serve to connect the Dogon people to the world of heaven where the afterworld exists, and Earth, which provides food, shelter and life. The Dogon are a patriarchal society...
Danse africaine !! 4 ème Edition de notre stage annuelle Saly Diedhiou & Harouna Dembélé à Montpellier avec Asso Afrikanté. Chorégraphie sur le rythme Podji et Podjiba Workshop african dance Manding Mali dance and guinéa
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Stage de Danse Africaine à Montpellier, 29/11/14 avec l'association Afrikanté. Danse des griots du Mali (Sandia) avec la chorégraphe Saly Diedhiou et un trio de choc à la musique : Harouna Dembélé (Djembé solo) Moussa kanté (Djeli Dunun Khassunké) et Kanazoe Diabaté (Balafon Mandingue) Workshop african dance Manding. Mali dance Plus d'infos sur notre association sur Salydanse.com