The Gnawa and Mohamed Tabal. Abdelkader Mana, Georges Lapassade, Preface.
The Gnawa and Mohamed Tabal
The Gnawa and Mohamed Tabal
The Gnawa and Mohamed Tabal
The Gnawa and Mohamed Tabal
The Gnawa and Mohamed Tabal
The Gnawa and Mohamed Tabal
The Gnawa and Mohamed Tabal
The Gnawa and Mohamed Tabal

The Gnawa and Mohamed Tabal

Casablanca: LAK International, 1998. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. A Fine copy of the first edition, first printing, of this book based on the history and rituals of the Essaouiran Gnawa (also known as "Gnaoua"), an Afro-Moroccan group whose music and culture are the heartbeat of Essaouira (in Western Morocco). Gnawa music is a body of Moroccan and other North African Islamic religious songs and rhythms, and a Gnawa music festival is held annually in Essaouira, Morocco, providing a platform for a meeting point of music and dialogue between foreign artists and the mystical Gnaoua musicians. Born in 1959, Mohamed Tabal is a Moroccan Postwar and Contemporary painter and this book features his Art. A Fine copy. Fine / fine. Item #2886

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