Candomble

A Brazilian spiritist religion. See also Umbanda, Voodoo.
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Candomble

A Brazilian spiritist religion. See also Umbanda, Voodoo.
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Candomblé

Afro-Brazilian syncretic religion. Venerates the Yoruba pantheon and incorporates Bantu elements.
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Candomblé

(from the article `African music`) ...But the music and dance of these areas became accessible indirectly, as European observers saw African captives playing musical instruments in New ... ...practicing a form of spiritualism, or spiritism, that is based on the 19th-century teachings of the French medium Allan Kardec. Many Brazilians .....
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candomblé

local name in Bahia for the Brazilian Macumba (q.v.) cult.
Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/c/16

Candomblé

Candomblé (kɐ̃dõˈblɛ) is an African-originated or Afro-Brazilian religion, practiced chiefly in Brazil by the "povo de santo" (saint people). It originated in the cities of Salvador, the capital of Bahia and Cachoeira, at the time one of the main commercial crossroads for the distribution of products and slave trade to other parts of Bahia..
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Candomble

Brazilian version of Santeria, also know as Santuario
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