2004, with Abdoulaye Camara and Nikola Clay ; dance master and co-producer, Abdoulaye Camara ; dancer, co-producer, and assistant editor, Nikola Clay. "Abdoulaye Camara teaches 5 West African choreographies: yolé, a traditional mask dance from the Temne people of Sierra Leone near the Guinean border [that] is danced by young and old at nearly all festive occasions ; kuku, from the forest region of Guinea, a rhythm originally used to welcome initiates back into the village; tiriba, a welcoming dance of the Baga people from North Western Guinea; mandiani, a traditional Malinke rhythm from Eastern Guinea, originally danced by the young girls of the village before coming of age; [and] telefone, a recently composed rhythm and dance from Guinea"
Kemoko Sano teaches African dance from the Republic of Guinea
1991, "Kemoko Sano and several of the dancers from Ballets Africains demonstrate ethnic dances from the republic of Guinea. Includes footage of an opening night performance at London's Sadler's Wells Theatre, Sept. 18, 1990."
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