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Last updated 3 March 2002


Maane (Maneh, Mane) is a Sousou rhythm that is normally played fast. De groom organises a Maane-ceremony for the family of the bride. The woman dance on the Maane-rhythm.

Ginè Faré in the Sousou language means ‘a woman’s dance’. So a dance for women in general is indicated as ‘a Ginè Faré. Therefore Yokui is also referred to as a Ginè (woman) Faré (dance). Also Maane is referred to as a Ginè Faré. When you’ll find ‘Guinea Faré’, this means Dance of Guinea) and is a misspelling of Ginè Faré.

Lessons from Mamoudou ‘Delmundo’ Keïta
Written material: Mamady Keïta