AZOR National Vodou Funeral, Champs-de-Mars Haiti, Saturday 23 June

A Vodou style National Funeral will be held for Haitian music legend Lenord Fortune aka AZOR at Champs-de-Mars in front of the Haiti National Museum (Musee du Pantheon National) on Saturday July 23rd 2011. Ati Max Beauvoir will lead the funeral...

The body AZOR will arrive at Champ-de-Mars on a horse-drawn carriage

President Michel Martelly made sure that this state funeral be held in honor of the legendary singer and drummer.

The vodou ceremony...

The religious part of the funeral will be a Vodou ceremony, a peristyle will be erected in Champ-de-Mars with stands for the attendees.

The vodou funeral will be led by Ati Max Beauvoir, the highest authority in the Haitian vodou religion.

AZOR, considered the father of Haiti Vodou music, is the first vodouisant (follower of the Haitian vodou religion) to every receive such great honor.

This will a well deserved honor because the man brought vodou music to the world.

AZOR will be cremated...

AZOR's body will be cremated at the Pax Villa Crematorium immediately following the ceremony.

AZOR's funeral will be broadcast nationally.


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Val says...

map songew san rete azor, wale guinin rete la poul continue fais route la

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Suzana says...

I feel so sad for him cause he's gone whit out God.

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Toto says...

I am so proud of our president Martelly who honors Azor as a great and our Voodoo culture publickly without any hesitation like the past....

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Reginal Silne says...

First i would say thanks to the presidency for beins so concerned about the death of our hero :azor: he will be forgotten, he did a great job in our culture and i think he deserves this national funeral and i think with this president we have now since he the only one out all of the one we had before, we can every time one of our hero like azor falls we can do the same for them .we love u azor you in a better place now and the job tha u have had started will continue for the next generation.

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Bwa San Fey says...

I am not a vodouisant but I respect those who practice vodouism.

They send their prayers to God. At least they don't go out and blow up buildings and people.

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T. Lagwe says...

Des que le coeur d'un grand homme cesse de battre, on donne son nom a une art

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Kenold Pierre says...

R.I.P Azor .You will be greatly missed

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Vanina says...

I am catholic and don't participate in any aspect of the vodou ceremonies.

But if it's what Azor beleived in and where he belongs, so this is what they have to do.

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Garry Destin says...

Peace to his soul
That's what i call a country of respect.

A country that start to realize its citizen's potentuals moreover knowing itself.

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Nicolas Ronel says...

I think, Azor needs a national funeral for his contribution to the haitian Culture across the world through music.

I love him and his musical works.

great anyway.

i will keep him in my memory as long as I live.

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