Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Lugbara Dance

Gaze is a traditional Dance of the Lugbara People. This Youth Dance reflects the Transition of the Dance Movements into the Style of their Neigbours in the Congo and is spreading across Uganda. Meanwhile, Agwara is a Dance from the Lugbara and Kebu people in the West Nile Region, bordering the Congo and the Sudan. The Dance got its Name from the Agwaras, the local Trumpets. The Men play these Horns as the Women dance. Duluka which means "Dance" in Nubian Language, is considered another Lugbara Dance, a Community and Tourist Attraction where Music can even be played on Banana Stems, melodic Stuff; Nambi is performed at Weddings...