Niongo

Niongo

  • April 14, 2017
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This "toque" is one of the five most common toques in their basic form.
It's relatively simple and it is used as dance rhythms for a couple of different orishas (see glossary). In this fonction it is called rumbita.       

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Rumba Ochosi

  •   April 14, 2017
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This is a batá toque called "Rumba Ochosi" from Pancho Quinto. [Source: Jorge Ginorio]

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Rumba Obatala

  •   April 14, 2017
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This is a batá toque called "Rumba Obatala" for 3 bata

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Lallubanche

  •   April 14, 2017
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This rhythm is only for Elegua, the orisha of the crossroads and the destiny. The toque include variations played by the Iya but no conversations.

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Dada

  •   April 14, 2017
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Dada toque

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Yakota

  •   April 14, 2017
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This "toque" is one of the five most common toques in their basic form. It is relatively simple and it is used as a dance rhythm for a couple of different orishas (see glossary).  In this function it is called "Rumbita".

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