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In a time of tedious, labour-intensive tasks, the people of the beautiful village of Delices used work songs and percussive rhythms (Ti Bwa) to mentally alleviate the workload as well as reduce feelings of boredom. This mini-documentary takes us to a period where community spirit was at an all-time high in the production of Cassava and Toloman.
Mas in the streets of Roseau, Dominica on Carnival Tuesday
Mas in The Streets - Carnival Monday 2016
Jouvert, Mas Domnik 2016
THE 2016 CALYPSO FINALS: Battle in de Big Yard
This activity highlights some traditional aspects of Dominica's carnival
This video features the nine calypsonians who will be competing in the 2016 Calypso Monarch Final
This is a video of the opening of Carnival 2016 in Portsmouth
This video features the winner of The 2015 NCCU Cadence-lypso Competition, White Fairy
Opening of 2016 Carnival in St. Joseph
Twenty calypsonians were selected from the 2016 Quarter-Final to move on to the semi-final round. The performances of these calypsonians are featured in this video.
First serenade - 1st runner-up in NCCU Cadence-lypso Competition
Extasy Band - 3rd place in NCCU Cadence-lypso Competition
Look Us Band was one of five participants in the band section of the NCCU Cadence-Lypso Competition
Rum Man Holiday is performed by Lester Daniel The song was written by Marlon Daway, Lester Daniel & Nigel Henry and produced by Klassik Entertainment
Dominicans send season's greetings to family and friends at home and abroad
Promo - 2015 Cadence-Lypso Competition
FIRST CUT features the 15 calypsonians who past the elimination round in the Dominica Calypso Association (DCA) organized 2016 calypso competition.
Following a court award of EC$135,000.00 against a local calypsonian, the Dominica Calypso Organisation (DCA) organised a panel discussion on the topic "Calypso, Politics & Libel", which was held at the UWI Center on April 10, 2014. D-TV presents a series of videos produced from the video recording of that event.
A Fond St. Jean resident recalls some of what actually happened in the village during the storm.
The southeastern part of Dominica was one of the worst affected areas from Tropical Storm Erika. This video captures some of the damage caused along the route to the village of Fond St. Jean.
After TS Erika, instead of just "hanging out" in their village of Penville, John Christopher and his "Team Relief" embarked on a difficult journey hampered by several landslides, destroyed or damaged bridges which took them to the battered village of Coulisbistrie. There, they set about helping residents who had been affected by TS Erika.
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