Ethiopia: African Futurism by Various Artists, released 22 July 2016 1. Teddy Afro - Africaye 2. Ababu 3. Amalele 4. Gigi - Bante 5. Akal Akal 6. Endent Nah 7. Fano Fano 8. Burtukan 9. Heze Tamama 10. Tzita 11. Sawa Sawa 12. Tchociko 13. Abby 14. Gud Gud Postmodern Ethiopian Pop Limited information is known about the track artists others than those noted. Postmodern Ethiopian Pop. Limited information is known about the track artists others than those noted.
Gud Gud Postmodern Ethiopian Pop Limited information is known about the track artists others than those noted. How Satellites Are Warning African Farmers o. armers in sub-Saharan African nations such as Kenya, Ghana, and Zambia are already regularly using such a system, according the BBC - and soon, so could farmers in other parts of the world. African Futurism music, videos, stats, and photo. isten to music from African Futurism like Akal Akal
As it happened, Ethiopia was sort of a convenient stop-off for me. This year I’m splitting my time between Hong Kong and DC, which means lots of flights back and forth. Geographically, Ethiopia is midway between these two cities. Evenings were spent mainly out listening to various forms of traditional or modern Ethiopian music. The traditional kind intrigued me more, combining polyrhyhmic, classically African sounding drumbeats, and singing with a definite Arab lilt.
Ethiopian culture is multi ethnic, multilingual and multifaceted, and it reflects diversity in culture and respect for traditional customs. In Ethiopian culture, people have great respect for elders and they will leave their seat or bed for any standing elders even if it is one year old family member. The music of Ethiopia is diverse including range of sounds and rhythm found in various ethnic groups. Folk music dominates the culture and religious music is also common especially in Christians and Muslims
The music of Ethiopia is extremely diverse, with each of Ethiopia's ethnic groups being associated with unique sounds. Some forms of traditional music are strongly influenced by folk music from elsewhere in the Horn of Africa, especially Somalia. However, Ethiopian religious music also has an ancient Christian element, traced to Yared, who lived during the reign of Gabra Masqal. In northeastern Ethiopia, in Wollo, a Muslim musical form called manzuma developed.
Ethiopian traditional music is best expressed with its musical instruments, besides the contribution of the renowned vocalists. The most characteristic and widely used instruments are the masinko, the krar, the washint, the begena, the kebero, and the tom-tom. The masinko is a single-stringed instrument that is used in many parts of the country by several people, including the Amhara, the Tigreans and Oromo. The Ethiopian drum or kebero is used to accompany the traditional tunes that Ethiopians play. The drum enriches most songs, which would be not as interesting to listen to without the drum beat. The various tribes and ethnic groups of Ethiopia have their own distinct music, cultures and traditions. According to some analysists, Ethiopian dances are not divided according to their function but rather according to their uniqueness and individuality.
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|5||–Unknown Artist||Akal Akal||5:13|
|6||–Unknown Artist||Endent Nah||5:31|
|7||–Unknown Artist||Fano Fano||3:47|
|9||–Unknown Artist||Heze Tamama||5:00|
|11||–Unknown Artist||Sawa Sawa||3:30|
|14||–Unknown Artist||Gud Gud||4:54|
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- Artwork – Yoko Yamabe