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  1. morna(Noun)

    A genre of Cape Verdean music.


  1. Morna

    The morna is a music and dance genre from Cape Verde. Lyrics are usually in Cape Verdean Creole, and instrumentation often includes cavaquinho, clarinet, accordion, violin, piano and guitar. Morna is often compared to the blues; there is little research on the relationship between the genres, though there are interesting similarities and significant cultural connections between Cape Verde and the United States. Morna is widely considered the national music of Cape Verde, as is the fado for Portugal, the tango for Argentina, the rumba for Cuba, and so on. The best internationally known morna singer was Cesária Évora. Morna and other genres of Cape Verdean music are also played in Cape Verdean migrant communities abroad, especially in New England in the US, Portugal, the Netherlands, France, West Africa and parts of Latin America.

Anagrams for morna »

  1. roman, Roman

  2. manor

  3. norma, Norma

  4. moran, Moran

  5. Moran

  6. Norma

  7. Roman


  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of morna in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of morna in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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