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Aba Seveni abada (Field Card)
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The 'Aba Seveni,' the soldiers of the 7th King's African Rifles, are back from the war, but they have no money left. The ones who stayed are better off than the soldiers.' A story with a familiar aftermath theme.
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Aba Seveni abada (Track)
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The 'Aba Seveni,' the soldiers of the 7th King's African Rifles, are back from the war, but they have no money left. The ones who stayed are better off than the soldiers.' A story with a familiar aftermath theme.
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Abafazi pandle (Field Card)
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Drinking parties in this region were usually held inside the huts as there is plenty of wind over the open downs, especially near the sea. The song calls on the women to leave the hut to the men, as they pass the beer around and sing their drinking songs.
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Abafazi pandle (Track)
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Drinking parties in this region were usually held inside the huts as there is plenty of wind over the open downs, especially near the sea. The song calls on the women to leave the hut to the men, as they pass the beer around and sing their drinking songs.
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Abale ndutani (Field Card)
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The two people mentioned in the song are imaginary and not actual people. "Ndachinyuka Pitaria Pakuti wakalomba mano Kubwera Bitoni ngati amakoza Galimoto kuseka kwache Ngati nchinu was galimoto." "I will not say any more, Pitoria (sometime pronounced Vitoria by the singers). For you have no teeth left. "Yes," she...
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Abalogo balnanira Daud (Field Card)
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Legends in this part of Africa, around the great lakes are often told to a rippling instrumental accompaniment especially to the trough zither. This song refers to the death of a certain Saza chief called Daudi. Rumour has it that after he was buried certain men (said to be sorcerers) went to the grave to dig him...
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Abalogo balnanira Daud (Track)
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Legends in this part of Africa, around the great lakes are often told to a rippling instrumental accompaniment especially to the trough zither. This song refers to the death of a certain Saza chief called Daudi. Rumour has it that after he was buried certain men (said to be sorcerers) went to the grave to dig him...
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Abasungu balisa-we tata (Field Card)
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"The White people have come, father, They are flying in the sky. They have made the smelter They have made the shaft. They have brought money They have brought clothing. They have come here for good, They will never turn back from our country. They have settled in our country These settlers of the Copper Belt." Th...
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Abasungu balisa-we tata (Track)
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"The White people have come, father, They are flying in the sky. They have made the smelter They have made the shaft. They have brought money They have brought clothing. They have come here for good, They will never turn back from our country. They have settled in our country These settlers of the Copper Belt." Th...
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Abavuga obugali (Track)
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In this song to the twittering accompaniment of lutes and lyres the Ganda singers retail to their considerable audiences the events of the day, its humour and tragedies, its scandals and protestations.
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