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Performer: Yinguica
Title: Marrabenta: Marrabenta Music From Mozambique
Country: UK
Style:African
Released: 2009
Catalog number: EUCD 2250, EUCD2250
Label: ARC Music
MP3 album szie: 2066 mb
FLAC album size: 1240 mb

Tracklist

1Yinguica (Escuta)5:53
2Moda Xicavalo4:46
3Mine A Uni Tendere5:33
4Vou Morrer Assim'5:00
5Khoma6:36
6Tekani A Va Tsongwana7:16
7Dabula Na Mutamulani3:32
8Eliza We8:08
9Ni Nhi Me Le4:52
10Xingwavilani3:04
11Teresano5:59

Credits

  • Bass, ShakerHelder Gonzaga
  • Drums, PercussionTony (Antonio) Paco
  • Guitar, VocalsBernaldo Honwana, Julio Sigauque
  • Liner NotesRobin Hogarth
  • PercussionBarry Van Zyl
  • ProducerBarry Van Zyl

Notes

Recorded at Street Level Studios, Cape Town, South Africa.

With a 20-page booklet with notes in English, German, French, and Spanish.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5 019396 225022
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Album 2010 11 Songs. Marrabenta Music from Mozambique. Marrabenta is the music of Mozambique, originally the sound of the underclass, but now very much of the nation as a whole. Low-key and joyful, it's a little like the palm wine music of West Africa, laid-back and welcoming, acoustic and friendly. Even at its most extroverted, with a full band, as on Eliza We and Mode Xicavalo, it doesn't manage more than a lope this definitely isn't music for galloping, but for the warm afternoons and evenings. Listen free to Yinguica Marrabenta Music From Mozambique Vou morrer assim' I'll Die This Way: Vou Morrer Assim' I'll Die This Way, Mine A Uni Tendere You Don't Care About Me and more. 12 tracks . Dabula na mutamulani, 03:34. Marrabenta is a popular style of Mozambican dance music combining traditional Mozambican dance rhythms with Portuguese folk music. It was developed in Maputo, the capital city of Mozambique, during the 1930s and 1940s. The name may be derived from the Portuguese word rebentar arrabentar in the local vernacular, which means to break. This may refer to the cheap musical instruments used in this music, which are often played energetically until they fall apart. Vocalist Dilon Djindji claims this. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Orchestra Marrabenta Star de Mozambique feat. Tsiketa Kuni Barassara - Продолжительность: 3:58 Music from Mozambique. or open in our Desktop app. Stream MARRABENTA MIX the new podcast from MOZAMBIQUE MARRABENTA MIX. Producer: Gerimulas. Album: MIX. Release Date: May 14, 2018. GURUE MUSIC