FISSICOLA/ Festival & Music

By the middle of the 3rd millennium BCE, a large number of Egyptian texts and images referred to music and musicians and attested to a complex hierarchy of musicians. But the beginnings of Egyptian music are much older. What were the types of musicians and instruments in ancient Egypt, how were they used and where did they come from?

The social status of musicians manifests itself in three ways. First, the monuments that the musicians erected or consecrated themselves, such as the tomb of the flautist Ipi in Dahshur from 2600 BC. Some musicians are mentioned or represented on objects in the tombs of others, such as the harpist Hekenu and the singer Iti, represented on a false door and dating from 2470 BCE.

The history of African music is based on various sources, such as archaeological objects, pictorial representations, oral and written accounts, musical notations, and recordings. It covers a long period of time, from ancient times when sub-Saharan musical cultures extended into North Africa, to the pre-colonial period when African empires and kingdoms rose and fell, and music was performed by full-time musicians for different social and religious events.It also reflects he influences of colonization, urbanization, and independence on African music, which resulted in diverse forms of popular music Congolese rumba is a popular genre of dance music that originated in the Congo basin during the 1940s, deriving from Cuban son. The style gained popularity throughout Africa during the 1960s and 1970s. The Congolese rumba is known as Lingala in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania after the Lingala language of the lyrics in the majority of the songs1. Generally danced by a male-female couple, it is a multicultural form of expression originating from an ancient dance called nkumba (meaning ‘waist’ in Kikongo). one of the best-known rumba singles, “Independence Cha Cha”, was composed and performed in 1960 by Joseph Kabasele, better known by his stage name, Le Grand Kallé. It was a smash hit across Africa and the postcolonial world, commemorating “The Year of Africa”, when 17 African nations finally gained independence .

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When archeologists came to Africa and found elongated skulls, they run with it that it was the skulls of the “ALIENS” who built those sophisticated and advanced civilizations that were scattered all over Africa.

The elongated skull has been a part and parcel of the traditions of some African tribes, especially the Mangbetu tribe of the Congo.

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Polyrhythmic music allows the individual to find his place in the group, while giving the latter a unique signature and therefore a cultural identity. African music is also linked to griots, traditional storytellers who convey the memory of their people through oral transmissions. Among the studies about African music is Literature and popular music. In December 2021, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) listed Congolese rumba as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity.

This international recognition was obtained after a campaign led by the Democratic Republic of Congo and Congo-Brazzaville. UNESCO’s decision has delighted Congolese and fans of Congolese music around the world.

Below is a mother and daughter from the Mangbetu tribe, in 1930 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Limpombo (head elongation)

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