Product code: 2011-2
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A fantasy musical interplay between Cuba and Brazil

Product overview

  • Michael Spiro and Mark Lamson play the story of Yoruba music uprooted from Mother Africa, transplanted in Cuba and Brazil, evolving separately over time, and then reuniting.
    Bata Ketu is a musical interplay consisting of six acts. Utterly compelling for anyone involved in the music of the slave triangle, from West Africa to the Caribbean, and on to the west
    1 Prelude
    2 Elegua / Exu
    3 Osain / Osanyin
    4 Chango / Xango
    5 Iroko
    6 Ochosi / Oxossi
    7 Ochun / Oxum
    See also BataMbira in the Africa section




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