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8 thoughts on “ Jali Musa Jawara* - Soubindoor (CD, Album)

  1. Amazon's Jali Musa Jawara Store irresistibly hypnotic, it features the masterful, restless kora work of Jami Musa Jawara on four long, gorgeous songs, accompanied by a soulful, keening female chorus. This has to be heard to be appreciated, and once you hear it, you'll be a fan for life. out of 5 stars This is an incredible CD/album 5/5(5).
  2. Djeli Moussa Diawara, born in Kankan, Guinea is a Kora player (), composer and singer.. Biography. Djeli Moussa Diawara (also known as Jali Musa Jawara) was born to a Griot family. His father was a balafon player, and his mother a singer. His half-brother, sharing the same mother, is Mory Kanté.He is a "jali," or "djeli", a Mandinka word for yozshushicagegagoreandronn.xyzinfo learnt to play the balafon, the kora.
  3. The kora music being part of the oral tradition, its music was not written until the 20th yozshushicagegagoreandronn.xyzinfo ethnomusicologists were the only ones to note some traditional airs in the normal grand staff method using the G clef and the F clef.. Nowadays, kora scores are written on a single G clef, following the Keur Moussa notation system. This notation system was created for the kora in the late.
  4. Jali Musa Jawara* Soubindoor ‎ (CD, Album) World Circuit: WCD UK: Sell This Version: WCD Jali Musa Jawara* Soubindoor 4/5(23).
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Soubindoor - Jali Musa Jawara on AllMusic - - Guinean pop musician Jawara returns to his roots.
  6. This album was released under various names and record labels, with the artist being either referenced as Djeli Moussa Diawara or Jali Musa Jawara.. LP - no title - A.S. Records (Côte d'Ivoire) - ref. AS LP - no title - Tangent Records (UK) - ref. TAN LP - "Direct From West Africa" - Go Records (UK) - ref. GGLP1.
  7. Djeli Moussa Diawara (also known as Jali Musa Jawara) is born in a family of griots. His father was a balafon player, and his mother a singer. His half-brother, they share the same mother, is Mory Kanté. He then became a «jali» or «djeli», a mandingo word for griot. He .

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