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Interview with the queen of Eskesta, Eneye Takele

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Kidman Keseat – the sovereign of Eskesta, Eneye Takele on EBS show. The Ethiopian expression “Eskesta” signifies “Moving shoulders.” It is frequently drilled in the Northern pieces of Ethiopia where the native clans of Amhara, Wollo, Gondar, and so forth are as yet playing out the dance of Eskesta. The intentions and qualities of the dance are regularly traded during the dance by the entertainers of an assortment of war melodies, hunting tunes, Shepherd tunes, love tunes, and work tunes.

The best artist is selected to the head of the gathering and individually the best artist. The Eskesta dance sends thoughts, strict convictions, authentic occasions, old stories, feelings, musings, through a custom of shoulder moving and body developments performed on a specific melodic foundation.

One of the primary dance intentions and developments that are executed in the custom of performing Eskesta are as per the following: the Shepherd and his crowd, strict responsibility and imploring (Coptic dance, Jewish roots), and as an issue of contemplation.

The uncommon variety of moves is an aftereffect of various societies and individuals, regularly coordinated evenly (gathered in space) in contrast with the European individuals who are upward delineated. As indicated by some examination, the Ethiopian moves are not partitioned by their capacity, however as per their uniqueness and independence. Subsequently, there are more than 150 special dance developments across Ethiopia and its areas.

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