Iemanjá, the goddess of the sea.
Chant for the good spirit of Oxalá, sang in African language (Bahia, Brazil)
Chant for Maria Padilla, mainly in Spanish America (a spirit that comes to smoke and drink in the human feasts)
Cosme e Damião (chant for these two saints in Brazilian religion named “umbanda”. A rite that came from Africa)
Chant for “Tranca-Rua”, a devil being in the umbanda rite.
Pomba Gira (Dancing Dove) It´s a woman lover being. Here in an Argentine rite.
Seu Sechi – It’s a rite for the dead. Here in Central America.
Exu-ê - It´s a chant in the Brazilian state of Bahia. A dance to make an agreement with the bad spirits.
Man painted as in candomblé rite holding a turtle. (photo: Mario Cravo Neto)