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The Original Egwu Obi Cultural Dance Of Nigeria Led By Franka Igweagu - Inne Anyi album download
Performer: The Original Egwu Obi Cultural Dance Of Nigeria Led By Franka Igweagu
Title: Inne Anyi
Released: 1985
Style: Highlife
Rating: 4.6/5
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FLAC size: 1169 mb | MP3 size: 1678 mb | WMA size: 1169 mb

Nigeria is made up of over 350 tribes which all have their peculiar cultures of which dance is among. Below are the best traditional dances in Nigeria. This dance is performed in important gatherings or during festivals. The movement of the Swange dance can be slow, fast or rhythmic all rendering the dancers shaking vigorously; this thus make the Tiv people call the Swange dance boneless dance. Swange dance is accompanied by beats with beautiful rhythm and a traditional horn called ‘Al-Gaita‘ which is blown throughout the dance session. These are the top five traditional dances in Nigeria. Thanks for reading, OldNaija. We hope you enjoyed reading.

They are of different kinds of dance, like victory dance, war dance, et. Traditional dances in Nigeria are many and reflect every aspect of life: from simple entertainment to worshiping the gods, wars and marriage. Many of them still exist and are performed at different events and festivals. Dances is an integral part of every culture. It is almost impossible to mention all of them as the country is the motherland for many tribes, but the most popular types of dance in Nigeria are described here. This dance is traditional for Abbi people who usually perform it at the Ukwata Festival. It has the religious roots and looks like worshipping the gods.

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Nigerian culture is demonstrated through art, dance, literature, folklore, and music. The Nok Culture, which settled near the Benue River and believed to be one of the earliest reminiscence of the ancient human settlement in Nigeria is said to inspire the growth of cultural activities in Nigeria. The major feature of the Nok culture is the invention of terracotta figurines and statues and the abundant use of iron in these sculptures. Famous places such as Benin and Awka are considered to be the center of woodcarving. Woodcarvers have been thriving throughout the south of Nigeria from time immemorial. They create figures for temples and representations of the spiritual image of earth, sea, sky, water, fire and thunder. Excavation of ceramics received a great push with relentless effort of Dr. Ladi Kwali, who promoted his works through the European countries and widely enhanced the art of pottery making in Nigeria.

These women are perfect in igbo dance. Take a look at their dancing steps. Re: Picture Of White Women Dancing egwu Ukwu Igbo Cultural Festival Dance by Beaf: 5:31pm On Jul 04, 2012. Can you post a much bigger pic? This is damn interesting! Several oyibo's rocking 9ja dance! Re: Picture Of White Women Dancing egwu Ukwu Igbo Cultural Festival Dance by Nobody: 5:41pm On Jul 04, 2012. Would White people post pictures of Blacks/Africans dancing in the clubs of Europe in awe? Na wa o.

Egwu Ala Anyi Featuring Umuoji Women Dance Group. An Anambra Broadcasting Service Production. Umuoji Masquerade 3. 2016-02-21. Interview of various members of the Egedege cultural dance group. A mini dicumentar about the Original Egedege of Africa cultural dance group. the famous nkwa umuagbogho afikpo. from where the great zik got a wife. Be careful oo, even the great Zik of Africa could not resist their girls.

Dedicated to every dancer in Nigeria and the pioneers of dance and fitness in Nigeria.

Tracklist

A1 Inne Anyi
A2 Mmili Umu - Mma
B1 Egwu Nwanne Malu Nwanne Ya