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Esse vídeo mostra um pouco da cultura senegalesa.
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Projects Abroad volunteers speak about their experience in St Louis, Senegal, working at the music and culture project. Interested in volunteering in Senegal? http://www.projects-abroad.co.uk/volunteer-destinations/senegal/ for more information Please to Join our Facebook group http://www.facebook.com/groups/projectsabroad.senegal/ Add us as a friend so that we can be in touch before, during and after your trip to Senegal. My Facebook name is Habib Projects Abroad. Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/#!/Proj_AbroadSN Browse our Country Blog http://www.mytripblog.org/pg/groups/2985/Senegal Read our monthly Senegal Newsletter http://www.projects-abroad.co.uk/volunteer-destinations/senegal/newsletters-from-senegal/ One Love from Senegal Habib Diaw Social/Information Manager
Les 5 piliers de la culture et des traditions Sénégalaises (vue par un toubab) : Lutte, football, marabout, mouton, danse.
This 3 week trip in Senegal allowed me to capture the culture of a people and feel the power and importance of music in a country where the joy of living takes over poverty. Filmed, edited and composed by Cee-Roo more at: http://www.facebook.com/cee-roo Credits: Kora: Diebate Mbemba Rap: Abdourahim Diop Chant: Roba Roba - Africa Melodie Thank you to all the Senegalese people involved in this project for their participation and their kindness.
POWER LIVING TV EPISODE #3 In this third episode of "Power Living® with Dr. Terri Kennedy," experience the Third World Festival of Black Arts & Culture in Dakar, Senegal. The Festival, which took place December 2010, brought together thousands of people from 65 countries to celebrate the creativity and diversity of the African Diaspora. It was an impressive show of pride and unity. Terri and her family were there as guests of His Excellency, President Abdoulaye Wade and witnessed the progress that continues to be made in this democratic African country. Dr. James Scott Kennedy and Janie Sykes-Kennedy participated in the First World Festival of Negro Arts in Dakar in 1966, along with other American cultural greats such as Duke Ellington, Langston Hughes and Katherine Dunham. Therefore,...
expériences locales de touristes participant à une danse locale Sénégalaise. local experiences of travelers in Senegal taking part in a local african dance.
Capital city of Dakar, Senegal in 2011; the westernmost point of the African continent! Geographic location makes Dakar a major hub for import/export, therefore greatly diversifying the city and culture. Videos have been recorded while riding various public transportation; taxi, bus, and car rapide`. Music by Youssou N'dour, all rights to him, I DO NOT claim ownership of the audio track.
Another piece of the recording made in Dakar. Enjoy the video and share the interest and informations about this exceptionally sophisticated dance and drum culture. Orchestra of sabar (like most of african drum orchestras) consist of many different voices played on different drums. The voices together form tha base of the rhytm. Some of the sabar drums are: N`der, Thiol, Lamb, Mbeung Mbeung. Jeśli chcesz wiedzieć więcej o muzyce i tańcu Afryki Zachodniej, czytaj na: http://www.strefarytmu.pl/swiatrytmu/swiatrytmu.html
Bacary Bassene, Instep Intern talks about the vibrant culture of his motherland- Senegal, its cuisine, the national sport and the top tourist destinations in the country. Listen to him as he renders the national anthem of Senegal and shares his experience on his stay in India.
A Zoom In Production - Foothill photography professor Ron Herman journeyed to Senegal to study the people and culture through photojournalism on a Fulbright Scholarship. Ron shares his experiences living among the most generous and tolerant people he's ever met. Their peaceful culture flies in the face of current messenging in America surrounding the practitioners of the Islamic faith. produced by Becky, Toni Gooch and David Simon.
After decades of decline in Senegal's once trail blazing film industry most of the country's main cinemas remain closed today. Back in the 60s Senegal had a thriving film industry and cinemas served as the main venue for watching films, but people watch more movies at home today. Film makers are now pushing for cinema halls to be reopened to help revive the ailing industry.
POWER LIVING® TV EPISODE #4 In this fourth episode of "Power Living® with Dr. Terri Kennedy," experience the rise of Senegal as a hot travel destination in Part 2 of her coverage from the Third World Festival of Black Arts & Culture. Terri and her family were there as guests of His Excellency, President Abdoulaye Wade. She witnessed the progress that continues to be made in this democratic African country, and provides an inside look at its culture and sights. The intention of Power Living TV is to bring you inspiring people, beautiful places and tips for living a healthy & empowered life. For more information on Power Living, go to www.power-living.com. For more information on the Kennedy Family, go to www.kennedypromotions.com. For more on Dr. Terri Kennedy, go to www.drterrikennedy....
Le simb (ou danse ou jeu du faux lion) est un jeu-spectacle traditionnel du Sénégal, organisé généralement à l'occasion de grandes fêtes, mais surtout pendant les grandes vacances dans les quartiers. Une animation de rue très populaire par des hommes déguisées en lion avec un maquillage imitant le fauve par un effet de couleurs à dominante rouge et noir. Des hommes terrifiants aux visages barrés de moustaches rugissant et dansant au son des tam-tam. Le « faux lion », entouré de compagnons déguisés eux aussi le plus souvent, traque de temps en temps dans l'assistance les spectateurs non munis de tickets exigés à l'occasion. Ce qui par moments entraîne des courses-poursuites dans les quartiers. Le spectateur pris en défaut est malmené en public, mais sans méchanceté. Selon la légende, à l’o...
An ecologically sensitive meeting place demonstrates how art and architecture can be part of rural life. More information available at: http://www.akdn.org/architecture/project/thread-artist-residency-and-cultural-centre
SENEGAL 48 HOURS FESTIVAL ! WASHINGTON A VIBRÈ AU RYTHME DE LA CULTURE SÉNÉGALAISE
culture et thiossane serere a thiadiaye dans le département de mbour ABONNEZ VOUS DANS NOTRE CHAINE PRÉFÉRÉ
LAMB- CULTURE SENEGAL
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