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  1. Mubei

    Simply put, the Trance Dance is the practice of dancing to the beat of a tribal drum allowing the dancer to ‘let go’ and thereby reaching a state of ecstasy and connecting with primal energy. The journey of the Trance Dance is divided into three stages; Firstly there is a building of trust - getting to know the other members in the group.
  2. Dailrajas

    By Tamjid Alkohali. Yemen has a diverse cultural heritage including dances, songs, fashion, jewelry, or food. People say that Yemen has more than a hundred dances; the most popular are al-Bara, San’aani dance in the northern areas, and al-Sharh, Alahji, and Alzaffeen in .
  3. Vudolrajas

    Yemenite step (Tza'ad Temani) is a popular dance performed Jews during weddings and other Jewish occasions. The basic Tza'ad Temani step provides a swaying movement that changes the dancer's direction of motion, although the dancer may face forward throughout the step.
  4. Vir

    Sufis represented Islam's mystical dimension, in that they sought a direct and personal experience of the divine. Through renunciation of the material world, meditation on the words of the Quran, the use of music and dance, the veneration of Muhammad and various saints, Sufis pursued the obliteration of the ego and spiritual union with Allah.
  5. Yozshujind

    Dec 18,  · Shamanic trance dance music is intended to induce a trance-like state of mind in the listener or dancer. Shamanic traditions have, for a long time, used drums and drum rhythms to achieve and enhance such a trance-like state. Constant drum rhythms, as used in shamanic trance music, have a direct effect upon the brain function.
  6. Sasho

    The Yemen Tihama: Trance & Dance Music from the Red Sea Coast of Arabia, an album by Various Artists on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  7. Jukinos

    In The Artistry of Afro-Cuban Batá Drumming, Kenneth Schweitzer blends musical transcription, musical analysis, interviews, ethnographic descriptions, and observations from his own experience as a ritual drummer to highlight the complex variables at work during a .

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