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Sonar Senghor And His Troupe - African Tribal Music And Dances mp3 album

  • Performer: Sonar Senghor And His Troupe
  • Title: African Tribal Music And Dances
  • Genre: World, Country
  • Formats: TTA VOX RA AIFF AC3 VOC MMF
  • Style: African
  • MP3 album: 1922 mb
  • FLAC album: 1929 mb
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Sonar Senghor And His Troupe - African Tribal Music And Dances mp3 album

Sonar Senghor Ak Sicco Yi ‎– African Tribal Music And Dances. Label: Counterpoint ‎– CPT-513, Counterpoint ‎– CPT 513. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono. Sonar Senghor And His Troupe" on back cover. "Sonar Senghor And His Rhythms" on labels. Matrix, Runout (Side A label matrix): CPT-513 A (BC-12320A). Matrix, Runout (Side B label matrix): CPT-513 B (BC-12320B).

Album · 2009 · 18 Songs. African Tribal Music and Dances: Tribal Music On Location - Live (Remastered). Roots!! - African Drums.

Album: African Tribal Music And Dances. Download Tribal Music On Location - Dianka Bi (Sonar Senghor & His Rhythms). African Tribal Music And Dances: Best 2 songs. Tribal Music On Location - Male Chorus And Harp (Music of the Baoule) 02:09. Tribal Music On Location - Dance Of The Witch Doctor (Music of the Baoule) African Tribal Music And Dances, 2006 04:25. Artist: Tribal Music On Location.

An Everest Records Production". Artist listed as "Sonar Senghor Ak Sicco Yi" on front sleeve, "Sonar Senghor And His Troupe" on back sleeve, "Sonar Senghor And His Rhythms" on labels.

Free download and listen African Tribal Music and Dances . Tracks count: 18. Views: 0. Sonar Senghor - Sicco 01:38. Sonar Senghor - Toffi 03:03.

African Tribal Music and Dances (Remastered), 2009. African Tribal Music and Dances (Remastered), 2009.

African Tribal Music and Dances.

Sonar Senghor, Category: Artist, Albums: African Tribal Music And Dances (Digitally Remastered), African Tribal Music and Dances ‎, Biography: Born into an aristocratic family in Senegal, Sonar Senghor went to France to study in 1946, and was disowned by his father after declaring his intentions to stop studying law and pursue a career in the theater. Monthly Listeners: 184, Where People Listen: Dallas, Chicago, Philadelphia, Santiago, The Hague. With his fellow African emigres Melo Kane and Moka Bock, he formed a troupe to perform the native dances and songs of Africa, afterwards being joined by two other African students, Fara Diagne and Tio Tio Basse. The group toured Europe in the 1950s and recorded an album, Lost Africa, which incorporated rhythms and tribal songs from all over West Africa.



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