A few nice african music images I found:

Z is for Zumba
african music
Image by Loving Earth
yes… finally I upload the photo for that day!!!

Day 192*

I apologise for how crap it is… but I really don’t have time to edit this properly, but I am hoping you get the gist and actually I quite like it in all its rustic-ness.

Zumba is a type of aerobics dance class that combines Hip Hop, Salsa, Samba and African moves to make for… well, a hell of a lot of fun!!!

Edit Oct 11th, 2009: Personally, I don’t think this photo is very good… but it did get blogged! fierceandnerdy.com/?p=7062

Acoustic Africa
african music
Image by Barka Fabianova
Three magicians from Africa, three voices – Dobet Gnahoré, Manu Gallo, Zap Mama
Colours of Ostrava, 2013

National Museum of African Art Docent James Brown, Jr., with Preschoolers
african music
Image by Smithsonian Institution
Photographer: Jeffrey Ploskonka

Date: 1988

Type: Photographic print

Standard number: 2003-19519

Summary: Docent James Brown, Jr. introduces young visitors to the art of Africa at National Museum of African Art (NMAfA). With the help of his puppet friend Kaboundi Gazelle, Brown helps children investigate shapes, learn games, play music and listen to folk tales

Persistent URL: siarchives.si.edu/collections/siris_sic_10106

Repository:Smithsonian Archives – History Div

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