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Twoubadou (Haitian Creole pronunciation: , French: Troubadour) music is a popular genre of guitar-based music from Haiti that has a long and important place in Haitian culture. The word comes from troubadour , a medieval poet-musician who wrote and sang songs about courtly love.
Cultural origins: Early 20th Century, Haiti
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Emmanuel “Manno” Charlemagne was the voice and conscience of Haiti’s impoverished masses, a revolutionary protest singer and folk-hero in the majority-black French- and Creole-speaking nation.
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Twoubadou is a Haitian Creole word derived from the Spanish (and today, English) word, “troubadour.” In medieval times, a troubadour was a bard who would compose emotional pieces about love, hate, and the spectrum in-between.