A traditional Ghanaian song for treble voices in three parts (SSS), with optional percussion parts.
Ghana Alleluia is from the slow section of a larger recreational piece of the Ewe of Ghana called Bobobo. A rich texture of singing, dancing, and drumming, Bobobo means "get down" or "bend down," and refers to the style of dancing. This piece is a mixture of traditional and Christian musical ideas and text.
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