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Publisher Desc.  The traditional rhythm, Ijexa is an integral part of "At the Shore of the World." It is one of the candomble rhythms used to accompany songs honoring the Yemanja, an important Afro-Brazilian orix, the goddess of the waters and Mother of Life. Two short condombl song texts (one in the original Yoruba language, the other translated into Portuguese) honoring Yemanj are combined with a lovely poem by Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore that, in this work, serves as the voice of Yemanj. The result: a love song between the world (people) and the waters (Yemanj).
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