Sacred Sounds of the Female Orishas

Rhythms of the Goddess
Sacred Sounds of the Female Orishas
Rhythms of the Goddess

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Edition : New Edition of Rhythms of the Goddess

Pages : 0

Book Size : 5.5 x 5

ISBN-13 : 9781594770715

Imprint : Destiny Recordings

On Sale Date : June 15, 2005

Format : Compact Disk

Contains songs praising different aspects of the Goddess in the form of Oyá, Yemayá, Oshún, Yewa, and Obba. Collected by Raul Canizares (1955-2002), head of the Santería Temple Orisha Consciousness Movement in Manhattan and author of Cuban Santeria and Shango: An African-American Titan, the 60-minute CD presents songs that evoke the powers of these female orishas.
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About Sacred Sounds of the Female Orishas

The Afro-Cuban mystery religion Santería has always been attuned to the female aspects of the Deity. This unique offering of Santería contains praise songs to the different aspects of the Goddess in the form of Oyá, Yemayá, Oshún, Yewa, and Obba. Collected and presented by Raul Canizares (1955-2002), who was head of the Santería Temple Orisha Consciousness Movement in Manhattan and the author of Santería Cubana and Shango: An African-American Titan, the CD presents songs, chants, and drumming that evoke the powers of these female orishas.
Table of Contents

Table of content


Warriors / Babalú         (12:54)

Yemayá                     (7:44)

A Santa Barbara          (3:07)

GuaGuancó                 (4:19)

Oyá                           (8:57)

Oshún                        (4:39)

Obba                         (5:46)

Yewa                         (4:44)

Ave Maria Morena        (2:30)
(Black Ave Maria)


Author Bio
Raul Canizares (1955-2002) was head of the Santeria Temple Orisha Consciousness Movement in Manhattan and the author of Cuban Santeria and Shango: An African-American Titan.
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MUSIC / RELIGION

Collected by Raul Canizares

The Afro-Cuban mystery religion Santería has always been attuned to the female aspects of the Deity. This unique offering of Santería contains praise songs to the different aspects of the Goddess in the form of Oyá, Yemayá, Oshún, Yewa, and Obba. Collected and presented by Raul Canizares (1955-2002), who was head of the Santería Temple Orisha Consciousness Movement in Manhattan and the author of Santería Cubana and Shango: An African-American Titan, the CD presents songs, chants, and drumming that evoke the powers of these female orishas.

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