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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
Twenty four dancers have been meeting in Bamako, Mali to share ideas and history of movement from different countries around Africa. Organised by Haitian dancer Kettly Noel, this festival has grown over the years to become a Mecca for dancers, choreographers and musicians.… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2017/12/11/mali-dance-labs-bring-performers-together-for-a-festival-of-experimentation-no Africanews on YouTube brings you a daily dose of news, produced and realised in Africa, by and for Africans. Africanews is the first pan-African multilingual media outlet, unique in its concept and vision. Subscribe on our Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/africanews and receive all the latest news from the continent. Africanews is available in English and French. Website : www.africa...
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
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.
to see more: http://michaelpluznick.com/2010/11/21/dununba-dance-and-drum-party-in-guinee-west-africa/ very clear, good teacher shows how it is done! I can not do it well but she sure can! Check her out! West African dance class in Bamako Mali. First rhytym is Tansole, second rhytym is Diansa.
http://www.earthcds.com/africa/west/mali/young.shtml This is a new video of Suku djembe rhythm, djeme drum, West African dance and African chants made in Bamako Mali West Africa. It sounds very similar to Guinea style "soli"..http://www.earthcds.com/africa/west/mali/old.shtml 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 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
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.
L'association Afrikanté de l'Hérault (34) vous propose une petite compilation de sa danseuse Saly Diedhiou, chorégraphe et danseuse. Petit voyage autour des danses du Mali dans différentes occasions accompagnée des plus grands joueurs de djembés. Mali dance Plus d'infos sur SALYDANSE.COM
The girls of the village of Pureni in the Southern Highlands perform their Mali dance. In the past the boys dressed up like girls and performed this dance (Igrigija) but today the girls do it. This video was taken in August 1986, when I visited Papua New Guinea for three weeks. They paint their faces with Ambwa (yellow clay) and cover their bodies in mbawa tree oil.they wear smaller but similar headdresses as the men. it takes them most of the day to prepare the makeup, and clean it off afterwards with sand.
TO SEE.HEAR MORE FREE! http://michaelpluznick.com/2010/11/21/dununba-dance-and-drum-party-in-guinee-west-africa/ "African Dance": http://www.myspace.com/rhythmsofbarabajaba This video was made by Michael Pluznick at a traditional Bobo celebration on the outskirts of Bamako. The Bobo people have lived in Mali and the western part of Burkina Fasso for a very long time, some people say as far back as 800 A.D. Their population is now estimated around 100,000 people. Traditionaly they are agriculturaly based, though many now live in the city and heart of Bamako as well. The language of the Bobo people is Bobo part of te Mande laguage family. They are known to many for their music played on unusual gourd drums covered with skin and held between the legs. The largest gourd is played with one ...
A traditional sword dance performed by people from Timbuktu.