Morocco’s Gnawa Music: From Slavery to Prominence

The music has become so popular that it prompted the Moroccan government to organise a yearly festival in the southern coastal city of Essaouira, featuring Gnawa as part of the country’s cultural heritage that forms an important part of the kingdom’s oral literature.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: allafrica.com

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