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Keeping tradition alive

Sidi Goma is a 12-member group of singers, drummers, and dancers from India. Sidi Goma is a 12-member group of singers, drummers, and dancers from India.
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / April 28, 2009

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In these days of globalization, with world music a fixture in the mainstream, it's easy to imagine that we've heard it all. But odds are good you've never heard Sidi Goma, members of a tribal Sufi community of East African origin that resettled in India eight centuries ago. Sufisim is a mystical tradition that's scattered throughout the Muslim world and ... (Full article: 468 words)

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