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Queen Sàláwà Àbẹ̀ní - Wákà

Learn a West African welcome song with “Fanga Alafia” which means “Welcome, peace, good will to you!” Also included in this lesson pak is a student article on Liberia, a recorded pronunciation guide for the Yoruba lyrics, and guided instructions on how to improvise a percussion accompaniment. Use this welcome song for the beginning of the school year, or to welcome guests to your classroom or school.

Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears (Reproducibl | J.W. Pepper Sheet Music

Africa | Drum (ogbin obatala) from the Ijebu-Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood and hide

Oshugbo society drum (agba oshugbo), Ushi-Ekiti area, Nigeria, Yoruba peoples, Wood, hide, pigment

Drum | Guinea Coast, Nigeria, Iseyin, Yoruba, 20th century, 1920-1940

Africa | Two clapper bells from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Bronze

Ibeyi (prononcer "i-bey-i", « jumelles » en langue yoruba) est un duo musical franco-cubain composé des sœurs jumelles Lisa-Kaindé et Naomi Diaz. Le groupe chante en anglais et en yoruba, une langue africaine importée à Cuba au xviie siècle par des esclaves originaires du Nigeria et du Bénin actuels. Si leur mère est vénézuélienne, leur père était le percussionniste cubain Anga Diaz, membre du groupe Buena Vista Social Club.

Africa | 3 bells from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Lost wax cast bronze