L’Hymne éthiopien universel (1918). Un héritage national et musical, de l’Atlantique noir à l’Éthiopie contemporaine

  title={L’Hymne {\'e}thiopien universel (1918). Un h{\'e}ritage national et musical, de l’Atlantique noir {\`a} l’{\'E}thiopie contemporaine},
  author={Giulia Bonacci},
  journal={Cahiers d'{\'E}tudes africaines},
  • Giulia Bonacci
  • Published 5 October 2014
  • Sociology, History
  • Cahiers d'Études africaines
L’Hymne ethiopien universel a ete compose en 1918, et deux ans plus tard il devenait « l’hymne de la race negre », represente par l’UNIA de Marcus Garvey. Il etait par la suite chante par les membres de la Federation mondiale ethiopienne (EWF) et par les rastafaris. Cet article contextualise les versions successives de l’Hymne ethiopien universel, et analyse le role social de ceux qui les produisent, ainsi que les significations qui lui sont attachees. La diversite des pratiques musicales a l… 
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