9 November 2012

Angola: Affirmation of Local Music Regarded As Gain of Independência

Photo: Angop
Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos.

Huambo — The musician Nascimento Tchilalu considered this Friday in the central Huambo province that the affirmation of the Angolan music inside and outside the country one of the gains of the national independence.

The singer said so to Angop in the ambit of the celebrations of the 37th anniversary of the national independence, to be marked on 11 November.

The artist highlighted the emergence of various studios and music producers that have been contributing the increase of the Angolan music production.

Nascimento Tchilalu recognised the impact of the Angolan music in the fight against the Portuguese colonial regime, though that time there were not many singers.

Nascimento Tchilalu was born in Mungo district, cetral Huambo province.

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