Rhythm

Peter Mawanga & The Amaravi Movement Part 2

Nov 21, 2017
www.purplefiddle.com

Concerned by the plight of the Malawian children, Peter Mawanga has gained the moniker of "Voice of the Voiceless."  He established Talents of the Malawian Child in 2004 and he has trained and mentored orphaned and venerable children during music workshops.  As a result of these projects Mawanga produced three albums for these children. 

Over the last 10 years, Peter Mawanga and The Amaravie Movement have been dedicated to Nyanja, the genre that's created through their multiple elements of instrumentation, rhythms and melodies.

Peter Mawanga & The Amaravi Movement Part 1

Nov 21, 2017
BBC

Peter Mawanga has come to be known as the "Voice of the Voiceless."  A champion for Malawi's underprivileged youth, Mawanga has composed several socially conscious songs in a genre that predominantly melds three of Malawi's regional cultures.  Together since 2007, Peter Mawanga and The Amaravi Movement bring together Malawian instrumentation, jazz guitar, marimba rhythms and singing in Chichewa to create traditional melodies and rhythms that Mawanga calls Afro-vibes.

Anne Holmquest's book, "Visual Talk: How to Speak Anywhere with Graphics and Rhythm," is for preachers, teachers, bankers, doctors, fundraisers, executives and administrators.  It uses ideas and examples the author has been working on in what she calls "the verbal-visual dimension."  Holmquest says, "With pictures and speech, all kinds of audiences can understand your message: young students, traditional students, international students, student-athletes and working adults."  She believes that speaking, when done well, has its own rhythm that is very different from writing.  Holmquest is an