WORKSHOP MALOYA REUNION

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1. GEOGRAPHIE

1.1. Reunion Island is a little Island situated in Indian Ocean, nex to Madagascar and Mauritius

2. HISTOIRE

2.1. 1450 : first time we can see the Island on a map, drawn by Arab travellers. The Island was called "Dina Morgabine".

2.2. 1663: Louis PAYEN came with 10 servants. There were 3 women from Madagascar. It was the first time came to install and ive on the Island. Before this this Island was just a scale for India Company and the World Market. They were selling spices, tissu, coffe, but also slaves. Slaves came from Africa, Madagascar and Australia.

2.3. 1848: Abolition of Slavery. France gave the name of "Reunion Island". There were 60 000 released slaves (nearly 80% of the population). At this moment, there were anciens slaves and colons. After 1848, engaged people came to work from India and China. There wer also Arab traiders.

2.4. We are a part of all this cultures.

3. MALOYA

3.1. Our traditionnal music is called MALOYA. At the origine, this music was played by the slaves. Like the Blues in the USA, this music helped them to survive and express pain and hope in hard conditions of life.

3.2. Le maloya était interdit jusqu'à...

3.3. MORCEAU: Présentation d'un morceau trad (à choisir)+ explication paroles. Décomposition ternaire?

3.4. ROULER: tonneau, peau de boeuf, son basse, coeur, assise rythmique. 1ère forme ressemblait à tambour vouv.

3.5. KAYAMB: tiges de fleur de canne, graines de conflore, cadre bois. Aigu. Afrique de l'est kayamb. Marque le 2ème temps du ternaire

3.6. SATI: plaque de fer frappé avec des baguettes. Son medium. Malbar, malgache

3.7. BOB: calebasse vidée montée sur un bâton de bois avec un fil de fer. Berimbao

3.8. TAMBOUR MALBAR: peau de?

4. SALANGANE

4.1. Mélange Maloya et autres influences (Afrique: Kora, Mbira

4.2. Présentation morceaux: combien? lesquels

4.3. proposer participation: rythme? chant?