Various - Brésil - Candomblé De Angola - Afro-Brazilian Ritual Music mp3 album
An authentic Candomblé cult session recorded in the night of 27/28 March 1999 at Terreiro Tumbenganga Junçara, Salvador, Bahia, Brasil. Including 26 page bilingual booklet.
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Genre: World Music, Ethnic.
Candomblé Music and Its Rise as a Secularised Popular Music. Although music remains an intrinsic part of candomblé religion, it has also made its way into mainstream culture as a popular musical form. Popularizing the sacred sounds are the afoxé groups, a carnival-type fraternal organization who followed in the footsteps of the irmandades, a Catholic lay group, formed in Salvador in the seventeenth century in avocation for African traditions
On Capoeira, Samba, Candomblé, Afro-Brazilian music from the martial art of Capoeira, the religion of Candomblé, and the preeminent musical and dance form of samba are brought together. The CD begins with the combative and lively sounds of Capoeira. All tracks on Capoeira, Samba, Candomblé were collected by Tiago de Olveira Pinto between 1983 and 1988 in Reconcavo Baiano.
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Candomblé is an Afro-Brazilian religious tradition, practiced mainly in Brazil by the povo de santo ("people of saint"). Candomblé originated in Salvador, Bahia at the beginning of the 19th century, when the first temple was founded. Candomblé is practiced primarily in Brazil, and is also practiced in other Latin American countries, including Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Venezuela, having as many as two million followers.
|Call For The Deities|
|1||Songs For Insumbo|
|2||Songs For Tempo|
|3||Songs For Bamburucena|
|4||Songs For Dandaluna|
|5||Songs For Kayala|
|6||Songs For Gazumbá|
|7||Entry Into Trance|
|8||Songs For The Deities|
|10||Songs For Gogombria|
|Amalá, Ritual Offering For Zazi|
|11||Songs For The Arrival Of Zazi|
|12||Songs For The Sharing Of The Amalá|
|13||Arrival Of The Deities|
|14||Songs For Nkosi|
|15||Dance Of Gogombira|
|16||Dance Of Dandalunda|
|17||Dance Of Kayala|
|18||Dance Of Zazi|
|End Of The Ceremony|
|19||Songs For Lemba|
|20||Songs Of Departure|
- Directed By [Mãe De Santo] – Iraildes Maria Da Cunha
- Directed By [Pai De Santo] – Renato Dos Santos
- Recorded By, Photography, Other [Booklet Notes] – Xavier Vatin
NotesAn authentic Candomblé cult session recorded in the night of 27/28 March 1999 at Terreiro Tumbenganga Junçara, Salvador, Bahia, Brasil.
Including 26 page bilingual booklet.
Total time 77:26