Amy Koïta - Carthage album
Profile: Malian singer born in 1952. Variations: Viewing All Amy Koïta. Ami Koïta, Ami-Koïta, Amy Koita. Hommage À Sambayal Gaye "Concorde" (Cass, Album).
Released on: 1995-07-01. Provided to YouTube by MRC Benide · Amy Koïta Carthage ℗ 1995 Sonodisc Released on: 1995-07-01 Auto-generated by YouTube. Amy koita alla no. 4v. From the 1986 Disques Espérance album release "Amy Koïta". Amy Koita (Mali) & L'Afrisa International de Tabu Ley (. Congo): Djoma (1992) Musique Mandingue.
Ami Koita is a female griot singer from Mali singing in Mandinka. The spelling of her name is unclear, and she's called Ami Koïta, Amy Koita and Amy Koïta, to. he spelling of the name results from the colonial heritage, which changes the spelling from French to English, etc. Generally, however, "Ami" is short for "Aminata," which may explain the spelling "Ami. Similarly, the two dots on top of the "i" is French in spelling, as traditionally, "oi" yields the sound as in "fois" (times).
Ami Koita (Djoliba, 1952), nicknamed "the diva of Mandinga music", is a Malian singer. Her family had a long tradition of yelis (or griots: bards, poets and street narrators), in the Mandinga culture (and within it the Bambara).
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