6 December 2012

Angola: Luanda Carnival Groups Record Songs

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Luanda — The carnival groups of Luanda started this Thursday to record their songs for the 2013 edition of the carnival of the country's capital city.

This was said to Angop by the spokesman of the provincial carnival association of Luanda (Aprocal), António de Oliveira.

According to him, this is a process that aims to anticipate the preparation of songs to be performed during the parading of each group.

He said that the groups may record their songs at the studios of T, Marimba, BMax and Santos Figueiredo.

The spokesman said that everything is being done so that the groups may perform well during bthe parading.

2013 edition will count on the participation of 40 groups.

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