Kennefoli - Paul Nas
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The Kennefoli is played during circumcision festivity’s. It is a tribute to the ones that carry out the circumcisions. It’s much slower then the Söli, which is often preceded by the Kennefoli.

Nakura bara na kabo dyinda la ééh, Dembati luko ko – i -ni ké
(Greetings to the mothers of the children that return from the bara)

Lessons: Martin Bernhard
Written material: Famoudou Konaté, Mamady Keïta, Rafaël Kronberger.

Last updated 17 A pril 1998