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September 2011
Caribbean Musical Cruise Jamaica Rocks by Abijah, Tessanne Chin, leye

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Welcome to Min-On’s Music Journey! Today, Min-On Concert Association and the Embassy of Jamaica in Japan welcome you to the Caribbean island of Jamaica! Jamaica is a globally famous country and its name means “Land of Wood and Water” in the language of the Taíno...

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Jamaica Rocks Celebrates A Rich Musical Culture

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Dance performance from Jamaica Rocks Mixing the rhythms of Africa with the melodies of Europe, the evolution of Jamaican music has been influenced as much by Jamaica’s cultural heritage as by the social conditions on the island itself. Until its rise to global...

Caribbean Musical Cruise Departs for Jamaica

The artists that make up Jamaica Rocks The Min-On Concert Association initiated a new concert series in the summer of 2009 entitled The Caribbean Musical Cruise to showcase the rich and varied musical cultures of the Caribbean nations, each of which has its own unique...

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