The ant became his source of inspiration and he decided to return back to school.He realized the advice he received from his uncle was a useful advice to guide him in life. His teacher, Aba Gedeon then began to teach him the Book of David.St Yared’s composition draws its fame both in its endurance and institutionalization of a tradition to mark the rhythm of life, the life of the faithful.By composing chants for all natural and spiritual occasions, St.Yared’s birthday in Debre Selam Qidist Mariam Church in Washington D. in the presence of a large number of Ethiopian Americans.The or sacred dance at the end of a special mass – all in honor of the great composer.Teddy, who is widely known for his songs mixed with reggae rhythms and local sounds, heart warming and enlightening lyrics, shoulder shaking and foot stomping beats, blends his latest offering with sacred musical terms, such as compositions.In so doing, he is echoing the time tested and universalized tradition of modernity that has been pioneered and institutionalized by Yared.
He is credited for inventing the of the Church; the chant that has been in use continuously for the last almost 1500 years.
Tadias Magazine By Tadias Staff March 6th, 2017 New York (TADIAS) — Last week Ethiopians celebrated the 122nd anniversary of the Victory of Adwa.
A black tie dinner was hosted by Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie, the grandson of Emperor Haile Selassie, in Washington, D. on March 3rd in commemoration of the historic event.
The ant carrying a piece of food item made six attempts to climb the tree without success.
However, at the seventh trial, the ant was able to successfully climb the tree and unloaded the food item at its destination.