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Cilondola mileka (Track)
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The string often needs a new palm leaf friction pad and the pitch of the tonic or string note may be changed frequently. The 'resin' of the reed bow is spittle and needs renewing between each verse. This is done by switfly passing the bow over the tongue of the player. The palm leaf friction pad is made by winding...
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Citawala 2nd movement (Field Card)
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A good example of Malipenga playing and dancing. This is the opening movement of the dance. The word Muganda which is the name of this dance is taken from the sound of the drums which accompany the singing gourds. "Men and women, togeher with the chief, you have come here to see the clever dancers. We come from to...
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Citawala 2nd movement (Track)
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A good example of Malipenga playing and dancing. This is the opening movement of the dance. The word Muganda which is the name of this dance is taken from the sound of the drums which accompany the singing gourds. "Men and women, togeher with the chief, you have come here to see the clever dancers. We come from to...
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Dikitari Tiyakuyia (Field Card)
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The hospital is a good place and should not be burnt down. Why, I myself was once treated there.' A sentiment which could be echoed through many regions of Africa where rioters are nototious for burning down hospitals, clinics and schools.
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Dikitari Tiyakuyia (Track)
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The hospital is a good place and should not be burnt down. Why, I myself was once treated there.' A sentiment which could be echoed through many regions of Africa where rioters are nototious for burning down hospitals, clinics and schools.
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Dikumbi (Field Card)
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The music of this region, which includes a part of northwestern Northern Rhodesia, southern Congo and Angola, is quite distinctive on account of the melodic structure and local sense of harmony. No Bantu other than the group of tribes which inhabit this small area care for Luchazi music, rejecting it utterly as in...
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Dikumbi (Track)
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The music of this region, which includes a part of northwestern Northern Rhodesia, southern Congo and Angola, is quite distinctive on account of the melodic structure and local sense of harmony. No Bantu other than the group of tribes which inhabit this small area care for Luchazi music, rejecting it utterly as in...
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Donga kuchikongwelo (Track)
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The music of this region, which includes a part of northwestern Northern Rhodesia, southern Congo and Angola, is quite distinctive on account of the melodic structure and local sense of harmony. No Bantu other than the group of tribes which inhabit this small area care for Luchazi music, rejecting it utterly as in...
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Ebyana bigendo mungolo (Field Card)
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Come here and I will give you more land. The Chief is pleased with the work of his headman.' Four men and women were playing the one drum, each beating out his own rhythm on his quarter of the membrane. Strangely enough this did not deaden the sound as one might have expected. Before the drum maker closes up his l...
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Ebyana bigendo mungolo (Track)
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Come here and I will give you more land. The Chief is pleased with the work of his headman.' Four men and women were playing the one drum, each beating out his own rhythm on his quarter of the membrane. Strangely enough this did not deaden the sound as one might have expected. Before the drum maker closes up his l...
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