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Obatalá - Various - Sacred Rhythms Of Cuban Santería (CD, Album)

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8 Responses to Obatalá - Various - Sacred Rhythms Of Cuban Santería (CD, Album)

  1. Gardall says:
    Get this from a library! Ritmos sagrados de la santéria cubana = Sacred rhythms of Cuban Santería.. [Olavo Alén;] -- "Four orus (series of rhythms and songs used to communicate with dieties or saints) performed by four different groups"--Booklet.
  2. Marr says:
    Sacred Rhythms of Cuban Santeria by Various Artists - CD () for $ from boibonderghandversglutimlarovabarca.coinfo World Music - Order by Phone /5(9).
  3. Tojahn says:
    Although Cuban hip hop challenges certain norms, bands must be careful not to offend the government with their edgy lyrics, and a careful balance of the two has ultimately led to state-run promotion of various bands, i.e. Cuban stars Anonimo Consejo, and funding from the government for tens of thousands of dollars of audio equipment through the.
  4. Zolohn says:
    Obba, Oya, Yemaya, Obatala, Ochun, Yegua, Idbeyi. Ayacuta (para Chango). Cantos a Chango, Oggun. ***** various Cuba: Les danses des dieux Lucumies Community of Regla/Havana Ocora C cd Contains Songs to Ellegua from the Oru del Eya Aranla () ***** various Sacred rhythms of Cuban Santeria Conjunto de tambores bata de Amado.
  5. Mecage says:
    Santeria is a polytheistic religion/cult that involves rituals and spells to heal the sick and assure good fortune. Each comes with a card that holds the information about the crystals and their meanings. The most common collares represent the five most powerful, influential and popular orichas: Elegua, Obatala, Yemaya, Shango and Oshun.
  6. Mezim says:
    Sacred Rhythms of Cuban Santería, an album by Various Artists on Spotify. Obatalá - Conjunto de Tambores Batá de Amado Diaz Alfonso. 0 Listen to Sacred Rhythms of Cuban Santería now. Listen to Sacred Rhythms of Cuban Santería in full in the Spotify app.
  7. Mezishura says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Sacred Rhythms of Cuban Santeria - Various Artists on AllMusic - - Since the fine Areito Afro-Cuban percussion LPs 6/
  8. Zulurisar says:
    Antonio started the project “Roots” based on the Afro-Caribbean religions, in and traveled various times until to Cuba and Brazil to shoot Santeria and Candomblé rites and people. The photos from these reportages have been exhibited in Cuba, France and Italy and a copy of them is stored in “Casa de Africa” museum in Havana.

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