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Kumina

Kumina or Cumina is a cultural form indigenous to Jamaica.

Kumina is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Kumina books and related discussion.

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Aug 5, 2011 Lord Messan. Mento Madness. 2.
MUSICAL PLAY ACROSS ETHNIC BOUNDARIES IN WESTERN
January 2003. Featured field sites include rural dancehall events, Kumina performances, Kumina, who refer to themselves, collectively, as the Bongo Nation.
QUARTERLY REPORT June 2008
ground preparation for drilling at Kumina (western extensions), Bonham and. Robe Exit prospects.
KIKAMBA
Kumina ukya munene na nzaa. ➢ Kuola muvaka nusu ya andu ala matumiia mbesa syi nthi wa dolar imwe kwa muthenya.
SUPER DRIVE
When using KUMI, KUMIKO, KUMINA, KUMIRI Series alone. ■Driver KR-5M-SS ...................................................................................................16 - 17.

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The drums speak in Jamaica
The drums invoked the spirit of the dancers to perform Bruckins, Dinki Mini, Kumina and the Quadrille.
Grand Gala gaiety
Mello go Roun' delights
William Knib High's performances of Kumina In A Bottle and Church Bangarang were also well recieved by the National Arena audience.

Suggested Web Resources

Kumina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kumina or Cumina is a cultural form indigenous to Jamaica.
Jamaican Music Folk Forms - KUMINA
THE SHACKLES of slavery were broken almost a century ago, but the memories of sweet freedom is alive today in the rich culture of the "Kumina people".
Jamaica Gleaner - Africa live in kumina - Sunday | October 9, 2005
Kumina - YouTube
Kumina's Survival
The story of Kumina's survival in contemporary Jamaica is one of continued adaptation (creolization), and one of influence.

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