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Playlist of Sona Jobarteh & Band

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  • Sona Jobarteh & Band - Kora Music from West Africa

    1:2:55

    Click times for titles: 1) 0:12 2) 10:06 3) 16:52 4) 24:40 5) 34:02 6) 44:24 7) 49:30

    Sona Jobarteh performed in Weimar on invitation of the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar and its UNESCO Chair of Transcultural Music Studies (TMS). The TMS Chair regularly invites artists to bring the musicology students into contact with various musical cultures for inspiration and exchange.

    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso to come from a west African Griot family. The Kora is one of the most important instruments belonging to the Manding peoples of West Africa (Gambia, Senegal, Mali, Guinea and Guinea-Bissau). It belongs exclusively to griot families, and usually only men who are born into these families have the right to take up the instrument professionally. Sona Jobarteh combines various genres of African Music and western musical elements.

    Sonah Jobarteh – Acoustic Guitar/ Kora/ Vocals
    Kari Bannermann – Acoustic Guitar
    Andi McLean – Electric Bass/ BVs
    Mouhamadou Sarr – Djembe/ Congas/ Calabash/ BVs

    Recorded on 1 July 2015 at the mon ami, Weimar.

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  • Sona Jobarteh - West African Kora LIVE @ LEAF - Fall 2018

    1:3:22

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    Producer:
    Josh Blake

    Director of Photography:
    Shane Peters

    Editor:
    Guy Newton

    Audio:
    Josh Blake

    Cameras:
    Shane Peters
    Ben Mulkey
    Guy Newton
    Adam MacMillian
    Josh Blake

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  • Sona Jobarteh - GAMBIA

    6:10

    Sona Jobarteh's debut music video Gambia in celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Independence for the Gambia in 2015.

    This video features the traditional Mandinka Drum called the 'Seruba', an instrument no longer featured much in Gambian mainstream society. By featuring the drum in this song, Sona aims not only to resonate with the deep history of the Mandinka people, but also to boost and promote awareness of this instrument both in the Gambia and internationally.

    Production Team:
    Composed and produced by Sona Jobarteh
    Camera/Editor/Co-Director: Jacob Bain
    Co-Director: Sona Jobarteh
    Camera: Robert Frost
    Camera - Pascal Pawliszewski / Pascal Production
    Mixed by - Femi Temowo
    Mastered by - Peter Beckmann
    Co-ordinator – Sheriffo Kanuteh

    FEATURING:
    The Fab Team, Gambia (Dancers)
    Musafilly Jobarteh (Percussion)
    Mamadou Sarr (Percussion)
    Sekouba Bambino
    Students of the ABJ Music School, Gambia
    Lamin Suso

  • Sona Jobarteh & Band - Kanu

    9:56

    Sona Jobarteh performed in Weimar on invitation of the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar and its UNESCO Chair of Transcultural Music Studies (TMS). The TMS Chair regularly invites artists to bring the musicology students into contact with various musical cultures for inspiration and exchange.

    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso to come from a west African Griot family. The Kora is one of the most important instruments belonging to the Manding peoples of West Africa (Gambia, Senegal, Mali, Guinea and Guinea-Bissau). It belongs exclusively to griot families, and usually only men who are born into these families have the right to take up the instrument professionally. Sona Jobarteh combines various genres of African Music and western musical elements.

    Sonah Jobarteh – Acoustic Guitar/ Kora/ Vocals
    Kari Bannermann – Acoustic Guitar
    Andi McLean – Electric Bass/ BVs
    Mouhamadou Sarr – Djembe/ Congas/ Calabash/ BVs

    Recorded on 1 July 2015 at the mon ami, Weimar.

    For further information visit

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  • Sona Jobarteh - Jarabi

    5:37

    Sona Jobarteh hails from a long West African tradition of Griots and kora players; her grandfather was the master Griot Amadu Bansang Jobarteh.

    Creating her own history, she has broken from the male-dominated kora tradition to become the family's first female virtuoso of the instrument.

    Here Sona Jobarteh performs the traditional Malian song, Jarabi, accompanied by Femi Temowo on guitar and percussionist Robert Fordjour.

  • Sona Jobarteh & Band - Bannaya

    12:50

    Sona Jobarteh performed in Weimar on invitation of the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar and its UNESCO Chair of Transcultural Music Studies (TMS). The TMS Chair regularly invites artists to bring the musicology students into contact with various musical cultures for inspiration and exchange.

    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso to come from a west African Griot family. The Kora is one of the most important instruments belonging to the Manding peoples of West Africa (Gambia, Senegal, Mali, Guinea and Guinea-Bissau). It belongs exclusively to griot families, and usually only men who are born into these families have the right to take up the instrument professionally. Sona Jobarteh combines various genres of African Music and western musical elements.

    Sonah Jobarteh – Acoustic Guitar/ Kora/ Vocals
    Kari Bannermann – Acoustic Guitar
    Andi McLean – Electric Bass/ BVs
    Mouhamadou Sarr – Djembe/ Congas/ Calabash/ BVs

    Recorded on 1 July 2015 at the mon ami, Weimar.

    For further information visit

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  • Sona Jobarteh & Band - Mamamuso

    6:37

    Sona Jobarteh performed in Weimar on invitation of the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar and its UNESCO Chair of Transcultural Music Studies (TMS). The TMS Chair regularly invites artists to bring the musicology students into contact with various musical cultures for inspiration and exchange.

    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso to come from a west African Griot family. The Kora is one of the most important instruments belonging to the Manding peoples of West Africa (Gambia, Senegal, Mali, Guinea and Guinea-Bissau). It belongs exclusively to griot families, and usually only men who are born into these families have the right to take up the instrument professionally. Sona Jobarteh combines various genres of African Music and western musical elements.

    Sonah Jobarteh – Acoustic Guitar/ Kora/ Vocals
    Kari Bannermann – Acoustic Guitar
    Andi McLean – Electric Bass/ BVs
    Mouhamadou Sarr – Djembe/ Congas/ Calabash/ BVs

    Recorded on 1 July 2015 at the mon ami, Weimar.

    For further information visit

  • Sona Jobarteh LIVE #1 @ Vancouver International Jazz Festival 2019 - David Lam Park

    7:21

    Sona Jobarteh & Band LIVE @ David Lam Park International Jazz Festival 2019 on 30 June, Yale Town,Vancouver.

  • Sona Jobarteh - Mamamuso

    5:11

    Singer and koraplayer Sona Jobarteh and her band perform Mamamuso, written by Sona Jobarteh
    Sonah Jobarteh - kora, voice, Andi McLean - bass, Mouhamadou Sarr - percussion, Derek Johnson - guitar, Westley Joseph - drums

    Sona Jobarteh is from a West African Griot family. Griots are traditionally musicians and koraplaying has a long traditions of passing on from father to sons. Sona is the first female in her family to break with that traditions.


    Broadcast april 2nd 2017 This video was recorded @TivoliVredenburg. VPRO Vrije Geluiden is a music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organization VPRO

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  • Sona Jobarteh - Kaira - AFH1029

    13:16

    Performance 8 July 2018.
    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso from a West African griot family. First in a tradition that is several centuries old, in which the Kora mastery was exclusively passed down from father to son. Since the release of her album 'Fasiya', she is justifiably praised, both as an instrumentalist and vocalist.
    Live, she is accompanied by four musicians.

    Sona Jobarteh: kora, vocals
    Andi McLean: bass
    Mouhamadou: Sarr percussion
    Derek Johnson: guitar
    Westley Joseph:drums

  • Sona Jobarteh - Bannaye - AFH1032

    13:28

    Performance 8 July 2018.
    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso from a West African griot family. First in a tradition that is several centuries old, in which the Kora mastery was exclusively passed down from father to son. Since the release of her album 'Fasiya', she is justifiably praised, both as an instrumentalist and vocalist.
    Live, she is accompanied by four musicians.

    Sona Jobarteh: kora, vocals
    Andi McLean: bass
    Mouhamadou: Sarr percussion
    Derek Johnson: guitar
    Westley Joseph:drums

  • Sona Jobarteh - Kanu

    6:33

    Singer and koraplayer Sona Jobarteh and her band perform Kanu, written by Sona Jobarteh
    Sonah Jobarteh - kora, voice, Andi McLean - bass, Mouhamadou Sarr - percussion, Derek Johnson - guitar, Westley Joseph - drums

    Sona Jobarteh is from a West African Griot family. Griots are traditionally musicians and koraplaying has a long traditions of passing on from father to sons. Sona is the first female in her family to break with that traditions.


    Broadcast april 2nd 2017 This video was recorded @TivoliVredenburg. VPRO Vrije Geluiden is a music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organization VPRO

  • Gambia - Sona Jobarteh

    10:31

    Sona Jobarteh es la primera virtuosa femenina de Kora que viene de una familia Griot de África Occidental. Rompiendo con la tradición, es una pionera en una antigua tradición hereditaria dominada por hombres que ha sido transmitida exclusivamente de padre a hijo durante los últimos siete siglos. Reona por su habilidad como instrumentista, voz distintiva, melodías adictivas y su gracia en el escenario, Sona ha subido rápidamente al éxito internacional tras el lanzamiento de su álbum aclamado por la crítica Fasiya (Heritage) en 2011.

    El Kora (un arpa africana de 21 cuerdas) es uno de los instrumentos más importantes de los pueblos Manding de África Occidental (Gambia, Senegal, Malí, Guinea y Guinea-Bissau). Pertenece exclusivamente a las familias griot (familias musicales hereditarias), y sólo aquellos que nacen en una de estas familias tienen derecho a tomar el instrumento profesionalmente. Sona, que nació en una de las cinco familias principales Griot, se ha convertido en la primera mujer en adoptar este instrumento profesionalmente en una tradición masculina que se remonta a más de siete siglos.

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    Gambia, Kemet y Jarabi, de Jona Jobarteh.

    Gambia, oficialmente República de la Gambia y anteriormente República Islámica de la Gambia, es una nación de África occidental. Se encuentra rodeada en su totalidad por Senegal, excepto en la desembocadura del río Gambia en el océano Atlántico. Su capital es Banjul, aunque la mayor ciudad del país es Serekunda. El país está situado en la ribera del río Gambia, que le da nombre al país, y que discurre por el centro del mismo con desembocadura en el océano Atlántico. El país tiene 10 300 km² de superficie1 y una población estimada de 1,7 millones de personas.
    Gambia comparte con el resto de naciones de África Occidental un pasado asociado al mercado de esclavos, que fue el factor clave para el emplazamiento y mantenimiento de una colonia en el río Gambia, primero mantenida por portugueses y más tarde por el Imperio Británico. El 18 de febrero de 1965, Gambia logró su independencia del Reino Unido y, el 24 de abril de 1970, se convirtió en una República dentro de la Mancomunidad de Naciones. Desde su independencia durante más de tres décadas, Gambia fue dirigida de una u otra forma por Dawda Jawara, bajo un gobierno democrático de partido dominante hasta que Jawara fue derrocado por un golpe militar en 1994. Tras el golpe, asumió la presidencia Yahya Jammeh, quien gobernaría autoritariamente el país hasta ser desbancado del poder tras su sorpresiva derrota electoral y la posterior intervención militar de la CEDEAO luego de que se negara a renunciar al gobierno. Tras la intervención, en enero de 2017, el ganador de las elecciones, Adama Barrow, asumió la presidencia.
    Es un país con unas tierras muy fértiles que han convertido la agricultura en uno de los elementos clave de su economía, junto con la pesca y el turismo. Aproximadamente la tercera parte de la población vive bajo el umbral internacional de la pobreza. Gambia posee unos de los Índice de Desarrollo Humano más bajos del mundo; con 0,441 se ubica en el puesto 175 de 188 países.


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  • Bannaya - Sona Jobarteh Live in Guanajuato, Mexico

    15:17

    Sona Jobarteh and her band perform at Alhóndiga in Guanajuato, Mexico representing Africa and the Gambia at the International Cervantino Festival. October 2014.
    Band Members:
    Kari Bannerman - Electric Guitar
    Kyazi Lugangira - Acoustic Guitar
    Mamadou Sarr - Djimbe / Congas
    Andi McLean - Bass
    Alexander KB - Drums

  • Sona Jobarteh - Gambia - AFH1031

    11:22

    Performance 8 July 2018.
    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso from a West African griot family. First in a tradition that is several centuries old, in which the Kora mastery was exclusively passed down from father to son. Since the release of her album 'Fasiya', she is justifiably praised, both as an instrumentalist and vocalist.
    Live, she is accompanied by four musicians.

    Sona Jobarteh: kora, vocals
    Andi McLean: bass
    Mouhamadou: Sarr percussion
    Derek Johnson: guitar
    Westley Joseph:drums

  • dJarabi - Sona Jobarteh & Band

    9:40

  • Sona Jobarteh - Mamamuso - AFH1027

    7:38

    Performance 8 July 2018.
    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso from a West African griot family. First in a tradition that is several centuries old, in which the Kora mastery was exclusively passed down from father to son. Since the release of her album 'Fasiya', she is justifiably praised, both as an instrumentalist and vocalist.
    Live, she is accompanied by four musicians.

    Sona Jobarteh: kora, vocals
    Andi McLean: bass
    Mouhamadou: Sarr percussion
    Derek Johnson: guitar
    Westley Joseph:drums

  • Sona Jobarteh - Jarabi - AFH1026

    11:25

    Performance 8 July 2018.
    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso from a West African griot family. First in a tradition that is several centuries old, in which the Kora mastery was exclusively passed down from father to son. Since the release of her album 'Fasiya', she is justifiably praised, both as an instrumentalist and vocalist.
    Live, she is accompanied by four musicians.

    Sona Jobarteh: kora, vocals
    Andi McLean: bass
    Mouhamadou: Sarr percussion
    Derek Johnson: guitar
    Westley Joseph:drums

  • Sona Jobarteh - Jarabi

    5:02

    Gambia Music : Sona Jobarteh - Jarabi from the album Fasiya.ad

  • Sona Jobarteh and group live on Lithuanian National TV

    11:59

    Sona Jobarteh performs her song Kanu with members of her group live on Lithuanian National TV (LRT).
    - September 2015

    Joined by:
    Derek Johnson - Guitar
    Mamadou Sarr - Percussion
    Andi Mclean - Bass

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  • Kora and Djimbe conversation - Sona Jobarteh and Mamadou Sarr solo - Brave Festival, Poland 2015

    2:31

    Sona Jobarteh live at the Brave Festival, Poland 2015. Joined by Mamadou Sarr on Djimbe.

    Band Members:
    Derek Johnson - Guitar
    Andi Mclean - Bass
    Maurice Brown - Guitar
    Westley Joesph - Drums
    Mamadou Sarr - Djimbe, Congas, Calabash

  • Sona Jobarteh - Saya

    3:30

    Sona Jobarteh hails from a long West African tradition of Griots and kora players; her grandfather was the master Griot Amadu Bansang Jobarteh.
    With a debut album and a film score already available, Sona is working on tracks for her second album release, Fasiya. She came to Bush House to perform a video session for BBC Network Africa. On this track Sona Jobarteh plays acoustic guitar and is accompanied by Femi Temowo on electric guitar and Robert Fordjour on percussion.

  • SONA JOBARTEH - KORA - GAMBIA - WELTMUSIKFEST EUPEN

    10:53

    SONA JOBARTEH KORA GAMBIA - WORLDMUSIC EUPEN 2019
    CHUDOSCNIK SUNERGIA PRESENTS
    WELTMUSIKFEST EUPEN 2019

    © Martin Thomas Photography
    OLYMPUS E-M1II ZOOM 40-150

  • Sona Jobarteh - Gambia.

    5:28

  • Sona Jobarteh - Musow - AFH1030

    12:11

    Performance 8 July 2018.
    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso from a West African griot family. First in a tradition that is several centuries old, in which the Kora mastery was exclusively passed down from father to son. Since the release of her album 'Fasiya', she is justifiably praised, both as an instrumentalist and vocalist.
    Live, she is accompanied by four musicians.

    Sona Jobarteh: kora, vocals
    Andi McLean: bass
    Mouhamadou: Sarr percussion
    Derek Johnson: guitar
    Westley Joseph:drums

  • Sona Jobarteh LIVE #2 @ Vancouver International Jazz Festival 2019 - David Lam Park

    6:17

    Sona Jobarteh & Band LIVE at David Lam Park International Jazz Festival 2019 on 30 June, Yale Town,Vancouver.

  • Sona Jobarteh & Band - Spielboden Dornbirn - 24.03.2017 - Djembe Solo - LIVE !!!

    3:26

    Live @ the Spielboden Dornbirn, Austria, on March 24, 2017

    Line up:
    Sona Jobarteh - kora, vocals, acoustic guitar
    Mamadou Sarr - percussion
    Derek Johnson - guitars
    Westley Joseph - drums
    Andi Mclean - bass

  • Sona Jobarteh ~ Saya

    4:02

  • Sona Jobarteh

    3:35

    Sona Jobarteh plays outside the National Theatre, London, as part of the Watch This Space festival

  • Sona Jobarteh

    3:58

    Sona Jobarteh plays outside the National Theatre, London, as part of the Watch This Space festival

  • Sona Jobarteh

    2:19

    Sona Jobarteh's band featuring Ugandan Sebi Ntege on percussion play outside the National Theatre, London, as part of the Watch This Space festival

  • Sona Jobarteh performs live in Boston 11/11

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    SONA JOBARTEH BAND
    Thursday, October 11, 7:30 pm
    Somerville Theatre
    55 Davis Square, Somerville

    Kora virtuoso Sona Jobarteh has modernized the presentation of kora music by playing while standing, and singing with an electric Afropop band. Effortlessly blending different musical styles, Jobarteh uses her innovative stance to talk about cultural identity, gender, love, and respect, while still rooting herself firmly in her West African cultural heritage.

  • Sona Jobarteh - Suma

    5:23

    Born in London, Sona Jobarteh is a member of one of the five principal Kora-playing (Griot) families from West Africa, and the first female member of such a family to rise to prominence on this instrument. Before her, the playing of this 21-stringed harp-like instrument was exclusively passed down from father to son. The instrument is an important element of the Mandingo peoples in West Africa and their playing is reserved only to certain families called Griot. She is the granddaughter of the Master Griot of his generation, Amadu Bansang Jobarteh, who migrated from Mali to the Gambia. Her cousin is the well-known, celebrated Kora player Toumani Diabate. She has studied the Kora since the age of three, at first taught by her brother Tunde Jegede, and then by her father, Sanjally Jobarteh. She gave her first performance at London’s Jazz Café when she was four years old.
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  • Sona Jobarteh - Jarabi live at Brave Festiwal

    9:53

  • Sona Jobarteh - Fasiya

    9:50

    Concert du Dimanche 27 Mai 2012 à Würzburg lors de l'Africa Festival 2012

  • Sona Jobarteh Promotional Video

    6:00

    Promotional video of Sona Jobarteh live in concert at the 2012 African Festival in Wurzburg, Germany.

    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso from the prestigious West African Jobarteh Griot family, coming from a long line of hereditary musicians. She is also a singer, producer, film composer and multi-instrumentalist. She is the granddaughter of the master Griot Amadu Bansang Jobarteh and cousin to the celebrated Kora maestro Toumani Diabaté.

    Sona Jobarteh: Kora, Acoustic Guitar and vocals;
    Kari Bannerman: Electric Guitar;
    Kyazi Lugangira: Acoustic Guitar and backing vocals;
    Andi McLean: Bass;
    Robert Fourdjour: Drum Kit;
    Seby Ntege: Djimbe
    Rebecca Amissah: Backing Vocals;
    Claudette Foster: Backing Vocals;

  • Fatafina By Jobarteh Sona

    5:24

    AfroSoul

  • Sona Jobarteh - Gambia

    6:10

    African Family Culture designed for Entertainment, Marketing, Promotion of Culture, Image, Life of Africa, Africans and African Diaspora.
    Sona Jobarteh's debut music video Gambia in celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Independence for the Gambia in 2015. This African Queen is one of the best Afro-Soul artist that can only be compared to Miriam Makeba.
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    Sona Jobarteh is a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and composer from the Gambia and the UK. She was born in 1983 into one of the five principal Kora-playing Griot families from West Africa – she is the first female professional kora player to come from a Griot family. She is the granddaughter of the Master Griot of his generation, Amadu Bansang Jobarteh, cousin of the well-known, celebrated Kora player Toumani Diabate as well as the sister of the renowned Diaspora Kora player Tunde Jegede.
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  • Sona Jobarteh - Mali Ni Ce

    9:09

    Concert du Dimanche 27 Mai 2012 à Würzburg lors de l'Africa Festival 2012

  • Sona Jobarteh

    9:08

    Africa Oye 2016
    Sefton Park, Liverpool

  • Sona Jobarteh - Wiyé

    8:42

    Concert du Dimanche 27 Mai 2012 à Würzburg lors de l'Africa Festival 2012

  • Sona Jobarteh - Jarabi

    10:34

    Concert du Dimanche 27 Mai 2012 à Würzburg lors de l'Africa Festival 2012

  • Sona Jobarteh - Mamamuso

    10:06

    Sona Jobarteh is a kora player from the Gambia, born into hundreds of years of Griot tradition, each generation teaching their music skills to the nest. Her 16 year old cousin Musa (Musafilly Jobarteh) accompanied her to Malta for his overseas performance.

    Connect Africa Radio (Facebook search) has played African Music to Maltese and African migrant audience since 2012.

  • SONA JOBARTEH @ Glastonbury 2016

    10:41

    Amazing Sona plays at Glastonbury - check her out:

  • Sona Jobarteh - Gainaako

    4:39

    Sona Jobarteh est née et a vécu à Londres, la plus africaine des villes européennes. Elle est issue de l’une de ces familles de griots qui magnifient la kora, cette harpe de 21 cordes venue de l’Afrique de l’Ouest. Son grand-père, Amadou Bansang Jobarteh, un Gambien, est un grand maître de la kora, et Sona Jobarteh est la première femme virtuose de cet instrument. Au cours du concert, Sona parle souvent, et très bien, de la place de la famille dans la société africaine traditionnelle... et elle fait aussi la place à un très jeune talent...

    Sona Jobarteh a suivi formation classique au Royal College of Music, où elle a étudié le violoncelle, le piano et le clavecin, puis à la Purcell School of Music pour étudier la composition, avant de jouer dans des orchestres de chambres de renom, tels l’Irish Chamber Orchestra et le Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

    Mais, dans le même temps, elle a creusé et magnifié la culture africaine, pour devenir virtuose de la kora

  • Sona Jobarteh - Kemet

    7:05

    This is an unofficial edit for promotional use only. Not for sale.
    Taken from the original motion picture soundtrack Motherland.




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  • Sona Jobarteh - Kemet

    4:55

    Gambiyalı kora sanatçısı, vokalist ve multi-enstrümantalist. Londra doğumlu genç sanatçı, Motherland adını verdiği soundtrack albümü ile 2009 yılında çıkış yapmıştır. Sakinleştirici sesiyle dikkat çeken sanatçının üçü kişisel albüm olmak üzere toplam yedi albümde imzası bulunmaktadır. Daha fazlası için

  • Sona Jobarteh------------Suma

    5:28

    Gambia
    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso to come from a West African griot family. Breaking away from tradition, she is a pioneer in an ancient male-dominated hereditary tradition that has been exclusively handed down from father to son for the past seven centuries.

  • Sona Jobarteh - Fatafina

    5:24

    From the album Fasiya (2011)
    Sona Jobarteh is the first female Kora virtuoso to come from a west African Griot family. Breaking away from tradition, she is a modern day pioneer in an ancient, male-dominated hereditary tradition that has been exclusively handed down from father to son for the past seven centuries.

  • Sona Jobarteh - Bannaya

    9:23

    Concert du Dimanche 27 Mai 2012 à Würzburg lors de l'Africa Festival 2012

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