Sunday, February 10, 2013

Barou Sall Ndiarou




 a tale and 40 minutes of solo hoddu  with master Barou Sall Ndiarou
 living   fulbe  traditions



7 comments:

  1. Thanks for that one.

    Is Barou Sall Ndiarou not from Mauretania?

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    1. he's a pulaar from Senegal
      some infos :
      http://www.docarts.com/The-Hoddu-and-Xalam-of-Senegal.html

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  2. thanks, nauma.
    That's interesting!

    My question rised, because I have some songs from a malian Djali with soninké-bamana-background, coming from a village not far from the mauretanian border, with some similar or identical songs , as Barou Sall Ndiarou!

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  3. An. let's not forget that mandé,wolof,fulbe(peul)coexist and trade with each other for thousand years without the sense of borders.and of course, music is among the best ways to bring people together.

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  4. Oh Nauma! Thank you very much...

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