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Ayizan, Belekounde - Various - HAITI VODOU 1937-1962 Folk Trance Possession (CD)

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  1. Haitian Vodou is a fascinating spiritual tradition rich with ceremonies and magic, songs and prayers, dances and fellowship. Yet outside of Haiti, next to no one understands this joyous and profound way of life. ln Haitian Vodou, Mambo Chita Tann explores the historical roots and contemporary practices of this unique tradition, including discussions of.
  2. Descriptions of Various Loa of Voodoo Compilation from class assignments, Spring, Done for Bob Corbett by Jan Chatland Ayida: The female counterpart Ayida: The female counterpart Adjasou: Characterized by protruding eyes and a bad humor, lives under the mombin tree near a spring and is very fond of vermouth, rum, and cognac.
  3. Vodou, being a native religion, thrives without any of the stereotypes that has plagued the country of Haiti. The word Vodou or Vodu means “spirit” or “god’, referencing the many deities or Lwa that make up what is the Vodou pantheon. The primary name of God is Bon Dieu or Bondye which means “good god” (Mambo Vye Zo, ).
  4. A native of Switzerland, Marianne Lehmann has lived in Haiti since and began to collect objects from vodou temples about 30 years ago. Her collection - which comprises about 3, items - focuses in particular on the Bizango, a vodou secret ofokeqserruna.poztpradrahmdonsmoulmechanmarlwadtavertio.infoinfo order to manage the collection, a foundation was established: the Fondation pour la preservation, la valorisation et la production d.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of HAITI VODOU Folk Trance Possession on Discogs.4/5(1).
  6. Oct 18,  · Defending Vodou in Haiti 10/18/ pm ET Updated Dec 18, PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - NOVEMBER Followers of Voodoo participate in Day of the Dead celebrations which are held in conjunction with the Catholic holidays of All Saints' Day (November 1) and All Souls' Day (November 2) at the National Cemetery in Port-au-Prince November 2.
  7. Music of Haiti: Vol. 1, Folk Music of Haiti Various Artists Folklorist, ethnographer and ethnomusicologist Harold Courlander, known for his important early work documenting the “vast unwritten literature, dances, music” of the Haitian peasants, released these field recordings from the mountain villages of Haiti before nearly any other.
  8. •Vodou Asogwe/Kanzo - There are also public traditions that syncretize multiple Rites. •The southern city of Leyogann is known for its Asogwe/Kanzo Vodou temples. Candidates to the priesthood travel from various parts of Haiti to Leyogann for initiation (Oungan Michelet Alisma).

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