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Mbaise is a region in Imo State in southeastern Nigeria. In the heart of Igboland, the region includes several towns and cities. It is a group of indigenous clans, connected by intermarriage. With a population density of over 1,000 people per square kilometer, Mbaise is West Africa's most densely-populated area; its 2006 population was 611,204. The name "Mbaise" was derived from five clans: Agbaja, Ahiara, Ekwereazu, Ezi na Ihite and Oke Uvuru.
Mmekọlita dị n'etiti egwu n'agbata ikenye na ikpoho a bulugọ ọkpụlụkpụ okwu dị na ani, an'ajụ ajụjụ n'ime ọmụmụ egwu odinani (ethnomusicology) eshi ohu ahọ na ụma. Dika ka ọfọdu ọmụmụ n'achọ ka wa wasa nnwọta anyi gbasali egwu na ebe ikpoho dị, akwụkwọ nke-a na achọ inyoba-anya ọnọdu ka ụmụ ikenye si bata n'ọgbọ egwu Égwú Àmàlà nke ọbụ na sọọ ụmụ ikpoho Ọgbahu na akwụkwụ ndida Naijiria k'ote gbasali. Mbata ọfụ-u ndi ikenye bata n'ọgbọ egwu ụmụ ikpoho abụlụzia ife ajụjụ kita. The notions of social transformation and identity are explored from the social perspectives of the Ikageng-Bill Cosby Cultural Group as they developed in their musical arts practices; this could present a microcosmic example of the macrocosmic transformation processes in the South Africa.
Contact Mbaise Cultural Association Michigan on Messenger. Non-profit organisation. MCAM men dancing to Abigbo. 11. MCAM women dancing to omurunwa. 6. Mbaise Cultural Association, Michigan Youth Cultural Dance. 12. 3. See all. Posts. Mbaise Cultural Association Michigan added an event. 25 July 2017 ·. AUG19. Sat 19:00 EDT. Mbaise Cultural Association Michigan updated their cover photo. 24 July 2017 ·.
Original Abigbo Cultural Dance Group Nguru Aboh Mbaise. 1, Oji mbu wu ekele 2, Umu agbogho ugbua achowalam okwu 3, Akwa nwanyi di ya nwuru 4, Onye. Abigbo Cultural Group (part 1). 2009-10-08. Original Abigbo Cultural Dance Group Nguru Aboh Mbaise. Abigbo Mbaise Part . mv. Side B - Abigbo Mbaise More like this. Anyi Kpere Chjineka Medley. Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Anyi Kpere Chjineka Medley · Abigbo Cultural Dance Group Abigbo ℗ 2013 Anodisc Records Ltd Released. Abigbo Oboama Mbaise.
Mbaise ndi nwem unu di ana? Awum onye Ezeagbogu, Ezinihitte Mbaise. Uwa dikwara unu nile mma. Chris Ndukauba - Anos atrás. Mbaise my root, I love u. Tony Onuoha - Anos atrás from ezuhu nguru aboh mbaise. ifeyinwa Nwoko - Anos atrás. Proud and happy for my homeland. Mbaise Ana m ekele unu. Anam ebe akwa maka egwu a ka Nne m na aku oge elu wu ala osa na Gabon oge anyi di ntakiri. Udo ga adiri unu. Cent Osuji - 6 anos atrás. mbaise kwenu ! Donatus Njaka - 6 anos atrás. cluture as an estend in knowing people activities mba 5 carry on. Lilian P - 7 anos atrás.
Atilogwu is a traditionally spirited youth dance from the Igbo ethnic group of Nigeria that focuses on vigorous body movement and often includes acrobatics. Some of the most famous Igbo dances include Atilogwu, Abigbo, Egwu Amala, Egwu Ogene, Ode, Odebara, Nkwa, Mkpokiti, Akwunechenyi, Nkwa Umuagbogho, Nkwa Nwite, Ikorodo, Egwu Ubo, Okanga, Egedege, Adamma, Mgbaga, Agbacha Ekuru Nwa, Egwu Ijele, Ntukpo, Odegelu, Igede and Igba-Udugongo. One of their most important achievements was the production of an album known as the Okpuyo Atilogwu Dance in 1977.
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|2||Onwu Egbula Anti|
|3||Oke Dum N'Aka|
|4||Zierem Ozi Mziri Dim|
|5||Omumu Bu Oke Chuku|
|6||Eji Nwa Eme Onu|
|8||M'Ario Chim M'ogekwe Me|
|1||Mu Na Dim Kwu Achigha|
|2||Ndi Igbo Amaghi onye|
|3||Alawalam Obodo Nwem|
|4||Igbo Bia Lere|
|5||Onye Igwe Gbama Oso|
|6||Ugbo Ndi Oma|