File:Sample video of Ghanaian traditional music.webm
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English: Working with Ghanaian musician Ko Nimo, our aim is to help preserve some of the important cultural musical traditions from Ghana, West Africa.This first video is a short sample of traditional music recorded in Ghana 2013/14 as part of a self funded, self initiated project. The project came about largely in response to Ko Nimo lamenting the loss of traditional music as the old people pass on, or as he puts it 'the libraries are burning'. Ko Nimo is Uncle, mentor and friend to us and we all owe him enormously. This video is great to show students in school settings. It has captured the imagination of many age groups, from 4 years up! There is much unique footage here that would be new to many.We will be continuing to post further videos of the artists we worked with.
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