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Jounen Creole Dancing @ Belle Vue St Lucia, dancers are dressed in the national dress. The origin and design of the Saint Lucia National Dress is said to have been fashioned from a similar one worn by the women of Southern France, since most of our customs were influenced by those who came to the Caribbean when France was the mother country. In Saint Lucia, as well as in the French neighboring islands of Martinique, Guadeloupe and Dominica, many changes were made to the costumes to make them the most colorful and gorgeous to be worn by a native of these Islands. The national dress is called the Madras and is a three piece outfit consisting of a white blouse known in French creole as (Chemise decoltee) made of cotton or poplin and trimmed with borderie anglaise and red ribbon. The oute...
Trevor & Lauren commissioned Reel Life Photos to cover their wedding photography in the Seychelles in April this year (2011). Although a local videoman - Michel - was covering the video side of things, I couldn't resist capturing a short clip of the Creole dancing on the Helipad by the distant light of the fire and one video light, on my Canon 5D Mark II, whilst also taking photos. The group is called Sokwe and was directed by by Keven Valentin. See http://www.blurb.co.uk/books/2873385-levana-yiayia-go-to-the-seychelles for the book we wrote about our trip.
Le carnaval à Grasse 09 Mars 2013, Creole Dancing Bélé. A bélé is a folk song and dance from Dominica, performed most commonly during full moon evenings, or sometimes during funeral wakes (Antillean Creole: lavèyé). It may be the oldest Creole dance from Dominica, and strongly reflects influences from African fertility dances. The dance is also popular in Saint Lucia. The term bélé refers to a kind of drum found on Dominica, Martinique and Saint Lucia.
Melhor performance no pole dance que já vi.
The National Cultural troupe, representing the Seychelles multi-faceted Art Form - is a body of artists passionate and dedicated towards the propagation and preservation of the Seychelles culture and spirit through music and various dance forms songs, plays, games, costumes, ceremonies and celebrations. The troupe used various forms of expressions as elements to spice up the show. A 'Waka Waka' performance in Delhi by dance troupes from Seychelles, Zambia, Sudan, Ghana and Senegal at the African Festival in New Delhi. This was held on the 18th and the 19th of June 2012. African dances are well known for celebrating a zest for life and a close bond with nature. The event was half at the Kamani Auditorium Delhi! This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage arch...
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Kid Creole et les Coconuts interprètent "Dancing at the Bains Douche" lors de la 1ère émission "Bains de Minuit". Images d'archive INA Institut National de l'Audiovisuel http://www.ina.fr Images d'archive INA Institut National de l'Audiovisuel http://www.ina.fr Abonnez-vous http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=inatalkshow
Dancing at the DA embassy
always killing a performance
Mr.killer performance at the world creole music festival rolly polly