Algeria’s population are 99% Sunni Muslims of Berber heritage. The other 1% is made up of Christians and Jews, but they are few and scattered throughout the nation.
The Major existing tribal ancestries is from the Berbers, who, although Muslims, do not consider themselves Arabs. The word Berber was the title assigned to the people by the Romans over 16 centuries ago, meaning “barbarians”.
The Berber people are the main ethnic group in Algeria today, either by direct lineage or partial
This set of 6 horns represents a cross pollination of musical traditions. Animal horns are played all over Africa, and ensembles of pentatonic instruments form the basis of many musical traditions, from the makondere horn bands from central Africa, to the single panpipes of the Pedi.