First traditional women's music in Ghana, in 1981.
Traditional women's music in was released their first song in 1981.triditional women's music from Ghana ,attributed to women's of the Ewe, Fanti, Ashanti, and Dagomba societies. the women perform these songs, using drums and sticks to create sounds to compose a song.
Each song serve a specific purpose.songs like gabada of Ewe for rite such as marriage,Ooi yaada of the Dagomba and adoa for Ashantis .
Some of the traditional song were a symbol of communication,a story telling, and serve as a entertainment.in funerals they sing and dance.
In church service they sing and praises Lord in different languages. especially the ewes and Ashantis.
Things they used to produce as a sounds were horns, drums, Calabash, and alot of instruments made by wood.
During that era there was something like "asa hene"(chief of dance), which will name after the competition.and was a prestige to that person and the family.
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