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Kpanlogo

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Kpanlogo
Nau'in kiɗa da type of dance (en) Fassara
Bayanai
Farawa 1963
Ƙasa da aka fara Ghana

Kpanlogo rawa ce ta nishaɗi da kiɗan kiɗa wanda ya samo asali daga shekarun 1960 tsakanin matasan birane a Accra, Ghana.[1]

Kabilar Ga ce aka fara wasa da ita, yawancinsu suna zaune a ciki da wajen babban birnin kasar, Accra, amma yanzu ana yin ta kuma tana jin daɗin ta a duk faɗin ƙasar. Ya fara ne a farkon shekarun 1960 a matsayin wani sabon salon rawa, wanda dutsen Amurka ya yi tasiri, kuma ya ba da ƙaramin ƙarnin Ga wani bambanci daga dattawansu. Babban mawaƙin ɗan ƙasar Ghana C.K. Ladzekpo ta furta cewa kpanlogo "ainihin rawa ce ta raye-raye na matasa na birni kuma alama ce ta jajircewar matasan unguwannin birane na Gana da ke haɓaka cikin sauri don ba da shawarar hangen nesan su na tsara hangen nesan siyasa na Afirka bayan mulkin mallaka" (1995: yanar gizo).[2] Rawan kpanlogo galibi ana yin shi ƙasa zuwa ƙasa, tare da lanƙwasa gwiwoyi da lanƙwasa baya, kuma galibi yana nuna motsin jima'i. An rubuta bayanan 'yan sanda da suka kwace kayan kida da tsare masu yin wasan a farkon kwanakinsa.[3]

Waƙar da ke raye raye -raye kpanlogo ta samo asali ne daga tsoffin al'adun gargajiyar Ga, kamar gome, oge da kolomashie. Waƙar Kpanlogo tana amfani da nau'ikan kayan kida guda uku: nono (kararrawa ta ƙarfe), fao (raƙuman gourd), da ganguna kpanlogo. Nono yana buga maɓallin maɓalli ko tsarin lokacin kiɗan, wanda fao ke tallafawa. Ya zama gama gari a sami ganguna uku na kpanlogo a cikin wani gungu, a cikin matsayin "muryar namiji", "muryar mace" da "babban mawaƙa".

Samfuran kararrawa na ƙpanlogo.

Babban ɓangaren kararrawa na ƙanlogo yana ɗaya daga cikin mafi mahimmin tsari kuma mafi mahimmancin tsarin maɓallan da aka samo a yankin Saharar Afirka. Tsarin kararrawa da aka yi amfani da shi a cikin kpanlogo yayi daidai da tsarin murƙewar ɗan da aka ji a cikin kiɗan Cuba kuma. Hakanan yayi kama da "Bo Diddley beat" wanda mashahurin mawaƙin Amurka Bo Diddley ya yi fice.

  • Unruh, Amee Jo (2000). "Kpanlogo: A Detailed Description of One Arrangement of a West-African Music and Dance Genre." M.M. thesis with videotape. Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green State University.
  1. Salm, Steven J.; Falola, Toyin (2002). Culture and Customs of Ghana. Greenwood Publishing Group. pp. 178. ISBN 9780313320507. ISSN 1530-8367.
  2. Ladzekpo, C.K. (1995: web). "Kpanlogo Song Book," Foundation Course in African Music. Web. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-05-27. Retrieved 2012-03-04.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. Palmberg, Mai; Kirkegaard, Annemette (2002). Playing with Identities in Contemporary Music in Africa. Nordic Africa Institute. p. 67. ISBN 9789171064967.