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Mengisteab, Bereket (1938)

Bereket Mengistaab. Picture by Discogs.

Alternative last name spellings: Mengesteab, Menghstab, Mengistab.
Alternative first name spellings: በረኸት መ/ኣብ, በረኸት መንግስተአብ 
Alias: –



Description: Bereket Mengisteab is a musician, composer, singer, songwriter and krar player from Eritrea. He contributed his music to the cultural, social and political transformation of Eritrea. He performed revolutionary songs, nationalist anthems and ballads in military camps. He is a Krar player, a traditional string instrument from Eritrea. Bereket was a military man too and fought for Eritrean independence.
Sex: Male Occupation: Composer, singer, songwriter and krar player.
Place of Birth / Death: Hazega, Eritrea Country Tags: Eritrea
Periods: 20th Century. 21th Century Genres: Instrumental music, vocal music, dance music, protest song.
Styles: Traditional music, Psychedelic music, Nationalism music, Hymns, Folk, World Music. Group: Haile Selassie Theater Orchestra.
Instruments: Voice, krar. Relatives: –


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External links



  • Beltrando-Patier, Marie-Claire y otros (1996). Historia de la música. Espasa Calpe
  • Bohlman, Philip V (2002). World Music. OUP Oxford.
  • Brown, Daniel (2010): Asmara All Stars bring Eritrea out of isolation. Radio France Internationale.
  • Mussie Tesfagiorgis G. (2010). Eritrea. Greenwood Publishing Club. California, USA: ABC-CLIO.
  • Onnen, Frank. (1967). Enciclopedia de la música. Madrid: Afrodisio Aguado.
  • Rodman, Sarah (2007). A true cultural ambassador. The Boston Globe.
  • Shepherd, J., ed. (2003). Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World. New York: Continuum.
  • Stone, Ruth M., ed (2008). The Garland Handbook of African Music. New York: Routledge.
  • Stone, Ruth M., ed (2013). The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music. New York: Routledge.
  • Terry E. Miller, Andrew Shahriari (2005). World Music, a global journey. Routledge. New York & London.