Menzuma

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[1]Menzuma is a Sufi Islamic chant by Ethiopians, mainly to praise Allah and bless the Prophet Muhammad Rasululiah. The best commercial Menzuma chanter is sheikh Mohammedawol Hamza. It is common in Mualid and similar events[2].

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mammo, A., 1987. Some Prominent Features of the Menzuma Genre in the Wollo Region. Unpublished MA thesis, AAU.
  2. ^ Wetter, A., 2013. Rhetoric Means of a Didactic Amharic Poem from Wärrä Babbo. Aethiopica, 15(1), pp.176-203.