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    1. Kiganos

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      Combining sacred songs, pulse house and ritual rhythms, Osunlade produced “Cantos Ochun et Oya” in , in honor of the goddess of fresh waters (specifically the Niger River) and of Oya, Orisha wind, storms and cemeteries. Oya is also the only female warrior of the Orisha, violent and impetuous. Skip & Die – “Mami Wata”.
    2. Meztizilkree

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      Various - Santeria Cubana flac album download free. drake-tickets. Search. ScHoolboy Q - Druggys WitH Hoes Again. Christina Aguilera - Birds Of Prey (Reuben Wu Ladytron Remix) Bestial Holocaust - Final Exterminacion. شرحبيل أحمد = Sharhabil Ahmad - أرقص فرفش / El-Bomba.
    3. Bataur

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      Yemaya, Blessed Mother of the Seas,Let Your Sacred Waters wash over me. Mother, embrace me, Your humble child. Cleanse me, Nurture me, Sustain me. Yemaya, Beautiful One. You Who wears the Seven Skirts of the Seven Seas, Swirl around me and create a flow of energy that can wash away all bane. Yemaya, Mistress of the Moon.
    4. Maran

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      Get this from a library! Ritmos sagrados de la santéria cubana = Sacred rhythms of Cuban Santería.. [Olavo Alén;] -- "Four orus (series of rhythms and songs used to communicate with dieties or saints) performed by four different groups"--Booklet.
    5. Fenrinris

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      Jan 16,  · Santeria Israel: Small temple of Yemalla - Santeria - See traveler reviews, 87 candid photos, and great deals for Trinidad, Cuba, at Tripadvisor TripAdvisor reviews.
    6. Mezijind

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      Editorial Reviews. These recordings of Santería drumming and singing rituals feature four Cuban Santería groups calling the gods (orishas) by performing rythmic sequences called orus. Recorded in the Cuban provinces of Matanzas and Havana City in , these ceremonies and drums have their roots in the ancient Yoruba religion of Africa and are rarely heard outside of Cuba/5(6).
    7. Mauzil

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      May 19,  · Provided to YouTube by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings Oru de Igbodú para Yemayá: Changó · Conjunto de Tambores Batá de Amado Diaz Alfonso Sacred Rhythms of Cuban Santería ℗
    8. Kigal

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      Sacred Rhythms of Cuban Santería, 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.

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