The Griot tradition of West Africa | Silo Bangoura

Mohamed Bangoura

TEDxSydney 2015 · 21 May 2015

Silo Bangoura is a Guinian musician. While playing the Kora, Sibo sang a traditional West African song, Nan Fulie, about the importance of the Griot people – the West African musicians, storytellers, custodians and teachers of tradition through music and dance. He finishes with an improvisation on the Djembe. Sibo Bangoura is a Griot (musicial family lineage) from Guinea, West Africa now living in Australia and sharing the traditions of his musical heritage with people all over the world.

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