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Performer: Unknown Artist
Title: The Big Drum Dance Of Carriacou
Country: US
Released: 1956
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Representing the West African lineage, the Big Drum Dance is one of the most significant musical rituals on the island, which is prepared for special festivals such as marriage ceremonies, tombstone raisings, fishing boat launchings and in the case of ill-health or ill-fortune.

brid music is the Big Drum Dance of Carriacou (a satellite island of Gre- nada), a ritual in commemoration of the ancestors. First, the "nation dances" are performed by descendants of various African ethnic groups; then, having completed the sacred obligation, the participants perform recreational "creole dances" (see Marshall 1972;McDaniel 1986)

Album: The Big Drum Dance Of Carriacou. Various - The Big Drum Dance Of Carriacou MP3 version. The Big Drum Dance Of Carriacou ‎(LP, Album, Mono). Ethnic Folkways Library. Various - The Big Drum Dance Of Carriacou DOWNLOAD.

Lorna McDaniel, The Big Drum Ritual of Carriacou. MILLER, R. S. (2000) Lorna McDaniel, The Big Drum Ritual of Carriacou. In: Ethnomusicology, Vol. 44, No. 1, pp. 172-173.

The inhabitants of Carriacou perform the "Big Drum" or "Nation," dance which celebrates their West African ancestors who were brought to the island during slavery. These Big Drum dances are usually performed at "Maroons" village festivals or fetes, where food and drink are prepared. They can also be danced at wakes and tombstone feasts in honor of dead relatives. The Quadrille dance is also performed on the island during festivals and historic events. A traditional boat-building culture located in the village of Windward, on the northeastern side of the island

Are you sure you want to remove The Big Drum ritual of Carriacou from your list? The Big Drum ritual of Carriacou. praisesongs in rememory of flight. Published 1998 by University Press of Florida in Gainesville, Fla.

Tracklist

A1 Cromanti
A2 Cromanti
A3 Arada
A4 Congo
A5 Temne
A6 Moko
A7 Chamba
A8 Chamba
A9 Juba
A10 Bongo
A11 Béle Kawé
B1 Béle Kawé
B2 Hallecord
B3 Gwa Béle
B4 Hallecord
B5 Bongo
B6 Chiffoné
B7 Old Kalenda
B8 Stick-Fighting Kalenda
B9 Man-Bongo
B10 Hallecord
B11 Dama

Credits

  • Recorded By – Andrew C. Pearse*

Notes

Includes 8-page pamphlet.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FE 4011 Various The Big Drum Dance Of Carriacou ‎(LP) Ethnic Folkways Library FE 4011 US 1956


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