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  • Singer: Noura Mint Seymali
  • Album: Azawan Ep
  • MP3: 1393 mb | FLAC: 1556 mb
  • Released: 2012
  • Style: African
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Noura Mint Seymali - Azawan Ep mp3 flac

Azawan EP by Noura Mint Seymali, released 15 November 2012 1. Karr 2. Vaghu (reffet) 3. Vaghu 4. Likhal 5. Libiya 6. Lebtait Azawan is an EP in 5 modes. Adhering to the cycle employed in traditional performance of Moorish music in Mauritania, each mode is played in sequence - a melodic orbit in which once a stage is left it may not be returned to. bookings: nouramintseymalil. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

Noura Mint Seymali - lead vocal, ardine Jeiche Ould Chighaly - guitar Matthew C. Tinari - drums Ousmane Touré - bass Mayassa Hemed Vall - backing vocals. Recording: Zaza Productions, Nouakchott, Mauritania Mixing & Mastering: Balla Gueye, Dakar, Senegal Cover Photo: Joe Penney. Producer: Matthew C. Tinari. info, booking: nouramintseymalil.

from Azawan EP, released November 15, 2012 Noura Mint Seymali - vocals, Lall Mint Chighaly - backing vocals, Ayniyana Mint Chighaly - ardine, Jeiche Ould Chighaly - guitar, tidinit, Mohammed Seymali - bass, Matthew Tinari -drums. Wild Moorish mash-up - another gem from the good folks at Glitterbeat. Afelan by Mdou Moctar. supported by 10 fans who also own Azawan EP. This song makes me smile everytime I hear it :) I also love the last track Idagi Achinane - I don't understand the lyrics but I find it really moving. The whole album is great - it's a favourite now. Amy Jeffcock. Songs for the North Country by Various. Beautiful and inspiring album of rare traditional flute, soothing bowed instruments, warm guitar melodies,.

Noura Mint Seymali is a Mauritanian griot, singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist. Noura Mint Seymali was born in Mauritania to parents Dimi Mint Abba and Seymali Ould Ahmed Vall. Both parents were important musical figures in Mauritania. Her father, Seymali, is a Moorish composer who adapted Mauritania's national anthem. Her step-mother, Dimi, was one of her country's most famous singers, and was known as the "diva of the desert"

Born into a prominent line of Moorish griot, Noura began her career at age 13 as a supporting vocalist with her step-mother, the legendary Dimi Mint Abba. Trained in instrumental technique by her grandmother, Mounina, Noura mastered the ardine, a 9-string harp reserved only for women.

Info at the Bandcamp release page: Azawan is an EP in 5 modes.

Azawan is an EP in 5 modes by Mauritanian music diva Noura Mint Seymali. Adhering to the cycle employed in traditional performance of Moorish music in Mauritania, each mode is played in sequence - a melodic orbit corresponding to the human life cycle in which once a stage is left it may not be returned to. The track names on Azawan are simply the name of the mode in which they're played. The EP represents Noura's first recording with a scaled back 5-person formation playing in the Moorish griot idiom

Noura Mint Seymali is a nationally beloved star and one of Mauritania’s foremost musical emissaries. Born into a prominent line of Moorish griot, Noura began her career at age 13 as a supporting vocalist with her step-mother, the legendary Dimi Mint Abba.

Photo of Noura Mint Seymali and band by Laurent Prieur. The Azawan EP sees each mode played in a sequence, progressing from track to track in a "melodic orbit". Noura Mint Seymali's album Tzenni is out now via Glitterbeat. She headlines the Sahara Soul concert at the Barbican, London with Aziza Brahim (Western Sahara), Tartit (Mali) and Nabil Baly Othmani (Algeria) on Saturday 27th September. For more information and tickets visit.

Tracklist

1 Karr 5:15
2 Vaghu (Reffet) 3:44
3 Vaghu 2:59
4 Likhal 4:27
5 Libiya 4:08
6 Lebtait 5:20

Notes

Info at the Bandcamp release page:
Azawan is an EP in 5 modes. Adhering to the cycle employed in traditional performance of Moorish music in Mauritania, each mode is played in sequence - a melodic orbit in which once a stage is left it may not be returned to.