Convention for the safeguarding of the intangible cultural heritage
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Afro-descendant communities from the beaches, forests and rivers along the coast of the south of Colombia and the north-west of Ecuador who share the same cultural heritage and have been settled in the same land since the 16th century. These communities feature marimba, cununos, bombos and guasás players; male and female singers (known respectively as cantadores and cantadoras in Colombia and cantores and cantoras in Ecuador); dancing and musical groups; community elders who hold knowledge of the history, oral tradition, context and meaning of traditional music and chants and are referred to as sabedores (those who know); young men and women learning about their musical heritage; people who use specialist knowledge to make the instruments; and community promoters and managers.
CitaciónUNESCO. (2015). Convention for the safeguarding of the intangible cultural heritage.
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