A baby De Brazza
monkey and (right) A baby De Brazza
monkey and (right) |Molly Badham with chimpanzee Danny Molly Badham with chimpanzee Danny
Cumbia All Stars from Peru will join forces with Welsh mother and daughter duo DnA, Ghazalaw will join forces with Cardiff-based African dance and music group Ballet Nimba, Les Tambours de Brazza
from the Republic of Congo will tour alongside Welsh folk group 9Bach and Ebo Taylor from Ghana and Welsh folk trio Alaw will hit the road together.
De meme, les festivaliers ont ete au rendez-vous avec des artistes de renom dans le monde musical mondial, tels Rihana, George Benson, Mika, les Tambours de Brazza
, Tinariwine, Walid Tawfik, Miss Jessie J et d'autres, qui ont donne des concerts electriques, pleins de surprises.
George Benson et les Jacksons (USA), Psy (Coree du Sud), Abdelwahab Doukali (Maroc) David Guetta (France), Bond Girls (Royaume-Uni, Australie), Walid Tewfik (Liban), Lotfi Bouchnak (Tunisie), Mohamed Mounir (Egypte), les Tambours de Brazza
(Congo Brazzaville), Amadou et Mariam (Mali), Seun Kuti (Nigeria) et Ondatropica (Colombie), comptent parmi les participants au festival.
El frances Savorgnan de Brazza
realizo su primera mision por el rio Oggore, atravesando en 1878 el rio Congo.
In 1885, for instance, Captain Savorgnan de Brazza
returned to Paris with ethno-anthropological information gathered during his exploration of the Ogoue, Congo, and Kouilou-Nari basins in Central Africa.
mona wolfi), 33 black mangabeys (Lophocebus atterrimus atterrimus), 25 Angolan pied colobus (Colobus angolensis angolensis), 10 De Brazza
Quelque chose de pourri dans le post-empire: le fetiche, le corps et la marchandise dans le Memorial de Brazza
Congo was settled by Bantu tribes who established one of the great kingdoms in Central Africa and became part of the French colonial system after explorer Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza
arrived in the 1880s.
French explorer Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza
boasted in the 1880s how European rationality had prevailed over the supposed superstitions of Gabonese people by denying the power of water spirits to block travel, as he forced various Gabonese riverine groups like the Adouma to accept French rule.
The Italian/French explorer, Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza
, nominally employed by the French government, had been on an expedition up the Ogowe River in the 1870s in the vicinity of the Congo Basin (in what is now Gabon), and had succeeded in concluding a series of treaties with King Makoko of the Teke people.
Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza
chroniclers briefly mentioned Lenz's visit to the Ogooue, but only to note a rare moment in the decade of the Franco-Prussian debacle: energetic Frenchmen besting a struggling, ill German in a competition with imperial implications.