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Zaouli de Manfla, centre-ouest de la Côte d'Ivoire, filmé par Konan Kouakou David. Zaouli of Manfla, center-west of Ivory Coast, filmed by Konan Kouakou David Jukin Media Verified (Original) * For licensing / permission to use: Contact - licensing(at)jukinmediadotcom-
Zaouli is a popular mask dance created by Gouros in the fifties. Legends at the origin of the Zaouli mask and dance are diverse, but all say that they were inspired by a very beautiful girl The Zaouli dance is a seductive dance and is performed by a masked character. The Zaouli mask is brightly colored and is said to represent a woman who appears in the legend of a sacred forest. Each Zaouli mask can take as long as six days to carve. Made of Yaranza wood, the process is secretive, each artisan using their own approach. When the dance happens the dance is fast and furious, the masked man churning up dust beneath his feet. Provoked to keep up the pace by his dance partner, it's a superhuman effort guided by the spirits. like and sub for copyright issues: musyimiro🤍gmail.com
Subscribe or I steal your dog, if you do not have one I give you one and I steal it, then subscribe☺️. support me : 🤍 Little information : Zaouli denotes a popular dance and music practiced by the Gouro communities, in the departments of Bouaflé and Zuenoula, Côte d'Ivoire. Tribute to feminine beauty, Zauli is inspired by two masks: blur and djela. His other name, "Djela Lou Zaouli" means "Zaouli, Djela's daughter". The Zaouli combines sculpture in the same show (the mask), weaving (the costume), the music (the orchestra, the song) and the dance. The Zaouli mask is divided into seven facial masks each translating a specific legend. Holders and practitioners are sculptors, craftsmen, instrumentalists, singers, dancers and notables (guarantors of customs and traditions of the community). Zaouli has an educational, playful and aesthetic function. history of rwanda,rwanda (country),danse floklorike du burundi,intore,intore masamba,intore tuyisenge songs, UKURAMBAGIZA.
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Ivory coast has amazing traditional dances, one of such dances is Zaouli dance which widely known for it's shuffle step movements. In today's video we explore 5 impossible traditional dances from ivory coast. these dances include, zaouli, gaoli tama dance, komian dance, abissa festival dance and boloye dance all coming from the amazing country of ivory coast
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Interview avec la troupe Zaouli de la Côte d'Ivoire, de la ville de Bouaflé Réalisée par Mask Collective lors du Festima 2014, Dédougou, Burkina Faso. pour plus de vidéos sur les masques : 🤍 🤍maskcollective.com
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African Dance Style Zaouli dance Now the Most Impossible Dance in the World 🤍 Have you ever wondered what it’s like to go behind the scenes at one of Africa’s most celebrated dances? Zaouli. It is the dance that has gone viral across our planet by posts on social media networks like Tik Tok, Facebook and Instagram. This incredible dance involves an almost super-human like series of moves where the dancer appears to only move his legs without his body. The dance of Zaouli is a relatively new addition to the cultural landscape of Ivory Coast. Created only in the 1950s it was inspired by a young Guro girl, Djela Lou Zaouli (the Lion’s daughter). Now the generic masks worn by Zaouli dancers carry her name, Djela. Performed at important celebrations and funerals, it is believed to bring prosperity to the village where it is shown and it is seen as a tool of unity for Guro people. We are Changing the narratives Of Mother Africa through YouTube Videos..One Video at a Time... It's Time For Africans To Tell Their Own Story! Remember to subscribe, and ring the notification bell, so that you do not miss any of our videos. Email us for News Tips, content submission, ads partnership, collabos, sponsorship or content issues All our videos are aimed at Educating, Informing, Reporting, Reviewing, Criticizing & Ranking everything African. Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research.
For copyright matters, takedown, or complaint please contact: historicalafrika🤍gmail.com Have you ever wondered what it’s like to go behind the scenes at one of Africa’s most celebrated dances? Hello, everyone! Today, we are venturing into the heart of Africa to uncover a hidden gem, the Zaouli Dance. This traditional dance form originates from Côte d'Ivoire and is bound to leave you spellbound. So grab your popcorn, sit back, and let's embark on this cultural journey! Zaouli is a popular mask dance created by Gouros in the 50,s. Legends at the origin of the Zaouli mask and dance are diverse, but all say that they were inspired by a very beautiful girl named “Djela Lou Zaouli”, daugther of Zaouli… Each Gouro village has its local Zaouli dancer, who performs during funerals or parties. A musicians and singers orchestra first call the Zaouli dancer by its music. The dancer wearing the mask covered by a cloth then arrives after a predecessor who unveils the mask. After the beauty of the mask has been shown to the audience, the dancer performs extremely quick and rhythmical steps according to the flutes of the orchestra. Hands and feet follow a common choreography improvised by the dancer according to the music. In a single event, the practice brings together sculpture, weaving, music and dance. There are seven types of Zaouli masks, each translating a specific legend. The bearers and practitioners include sculptors, craftspeople, instrumentalists, singers, dancers and the notables. Zaouli plays an educational, playful and aesthetic role, contributes to environmental preservation, conveys the cultural identity of its bearers and promotes integration and social cohesion. Transmission occurs during musical performances and learning sessions, when amateurs learn under the supervision of experienced practitioners. The viability of Zaouli is ensured through popular performances organized two or three times a week by the communities. The traditional chiefdom, the guarantor of traditions, also plays a key role in the transmission process and inter-village dance competitions and festivals offer further opportunities for revitalization. Research and documentation activities are also underway. One of the most striking aspects of the Zaouli Dance is the elaborate masks worn by the performers. These masks are meticulously handcrafted, each representing a specific character or ancestral spirit. From the intricate designs to the colorful patterns, every mask tells a unique story. As the dancers sway and spin, the masks come alive, transcending time and space, bringing us closer to the cultural soul of Côte d'Ivoire. The dancers effortlessly glide across the stage, their bodies telling tales of ancient rituals and daily life. The rhythmic beats of the drums guide their every step, creating a mesmerizing synergy between music and movement. It's a true feast for the eyes and ears! Despite the challenges faced by traditional arts in today's rapidly changing world, the Zaouli Dance remains resilient. It continues to thrive, preserving the cultural heritage of Côte d'Ivoire and serving as a symbol of unity. Through this dance, the Guro people honor their history and keep their traditions alive, proving that art has the power to transcend time and bring communities together. Music: 1. African Safari Source: 🤍pixabay.com Licensed under creative commons 2. The Rhythm of Africa Source: 🤍pixabay.com Licensed under creative commons ✅COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER Historical Africa doesn't fully own some of the materials compiled in its videos. It belongs to people or organizations who ought to be respected. If used, it falls under the following provisions: Copyright disclaimer section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976. "Fair use" is allowed for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarships, and research. ✅ If you are the owner of the materials used in this video, contact us, and we will follow your request immediately: historicalafrika🤍gmail.com #dance #dancevideo #zaouli #africa
Au Festival African Night Eupen (09 oct. 2021, Belgique) /Aissata Kouyaté & sa compagnie Kobe Na Awati. /Détails des Artistes : /Djembé Solo : Thomas Guei /Danseuse ( Masque Zaouli) : Tchala /Danseuse : N'nato Sylla /Danseur : Alya Makiti Camara /Dunun solo : Mamadou Tio Traoré /Dunun Accompagnement : Moussa N'taga Camara /Djembe accompagnement (gauche) : Bangali Bangoura /Djembe accompagnement (droite) : Amadou Bangoura /Yabara : Aissata Kouyaté /Réalisation : Thomas Martin
UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2017 URL: 🤍 Description: Zaouli is a popular music and dance practised by the Guro communities of Côte d’Ivoire. A homage to feminine beauty, Zaouli is inspired by two masks: the Blou and the Djela. The practice combines sculpture, weaving, music and dance. Zaouli conveys the cultural identity of its bearers and promotes social cohesion and environmental preservation. Transmission occurs during musical performances and learning sessions and the viability of the practice is ensured, for example, through regular performances organized by the communities, as well as inter-village dance competitions and festivals. Country(ies): Côte d'Ivoire © 2015 by Office Ivoirien du patrimoine culturel (OIPC) Duration: 00:09:25 - Support: - (0125500005)
ORIGIN Zaouli is a traditional mask dance of the Guro ethnic group of Côte D’Ivoire that was created in the 1950s, legends agree the inspiration behind the dance was a beautiful girl named Djela Lou Zaouli daughter of Zaouli. THE MASK Although the Zaouli dance is performed by men, the Zaouli mask represents feminine beauty. The mask is Made of Yaranza wood and can take six days to carve. THE LEG MOVEMENT The leg movements are fast and furious and steps must not be repeated, the upper body remains almost still, while the legs and feet create a mesmerizing spectacle, during the performance the dancer changes once he wears the mask and he becomes possessed by the spirit of the mask He's separated from all that is happening around him Once he puts the mask on, it will no longer be him dancing, but the spirit that possesses his body. when this happens the dance becomes fast and furious; the masked man churning up dust beneath his feet. Provoked to keep up the pace by [the frenetic rhythm of the drum and flute], it’s a superhuman effort guided by the spirits. THE BEAT The beat is completely out of this world and the unique part of the Zaouli dance is that drummers actually flow the dancer not the other round. 🔺 DISCLAIMER 🔺 I try to credit creators in descriptions and videos by mentioning their YouTube channels. I don't own video rights. For copyright concerns or takedowns, contact me swiftly via email. 🤍mrafricafacts🤍gmail.com Here at Mr. Africa Facts, we explore these incredible African stories – told and untold. We bring you the best of stories from around the continent. Subscribe today to join us as we explore our beautiful continent. I don't own the video right. I'm committed to attributing them to their rightful owners as best I can. Thank You.
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This is a largely unedited video of a spontanteous performance of the Zaouli dance of the Guoro people of Côte d'Ivoire* so I wanted to show all of the imperfections of filming the show! Alexandra Parry Journaliste et Danseuse vous invite en tournage avec elle en Côte d'Ivoire. Alexandra Parry Journalist and Dancer invites you to join her filming in Ivory Coast. See Facebook page: 🤍
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