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Ah la la Mama (Track)
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"No woman is any better than any other woman. The only difference is whether you love them or not." This piece of homely philosophy no doubt reflects far more than a merely personal opinion.
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Ahe likalakati (Field Card)
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The four leading women sang this song on their knees, and the principal singer also mimed the torso, hip and arm movements of the dance whilst she sang.
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Ahe likalakati (Track)
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The four leading women sang this song on their knees, and the principal singer also mimed the torso, hip and arm movements of the dance whilst she sang.
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Ahume bangu okonda kuyenda njinga nityale (Track)
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"My husband likes to roam, so I shall break his bicycle." These women were Ngoni, but singing in Nsenga the language of their forebears. The singign of the Ngoni is expecially interesting for the fact that tey sing in 2 distinct styles, that of the Zulu (Ngoni), their father's tribe and that their mothers' tribes...
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Ai lelo kwa Masula kotokoto (Field Card)
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Songs sung in the late evening after supper just before they go to sleep are a feature of the musical life of the Chewa it would appear. "Lembani kalata kwa masula nkutali-ee Yayi toto ine zilowe mu bus ndrama." "Write a letter to Masula saying it is very far. No I don't want to put money in the bus (pay for the b...
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Aiba mange kimiango (Field Card)
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This Buudu tribe is said to have come across the Savannah along the northern edge of the great tropical Ituri forest from the Ruwenzori mountains in the East to this present locality in North Central Congo. On their way they are said to have become much influenced by the Mbuti Pygmies, several of their songs and d...
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Aiba mange kimiango (Track)
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This Buudu tribe is said to have come across the Savannah along the northern edge of the great tropical Ituri forest from the Ruwenzori mountains in the East to this present locality in North Central Congo. On their way they are said to have become much influenced by the Mbuti Pygmies, several of their songs and d...
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Aidyo, ghosts in the forest
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of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Film; interview by Nick Lobley, fl. 2013 (Oxford, England: University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum), 1 min,
Source: web.prm.ox.ac.uk
The video clip shows Louis Sarno talking about meeting forest spirits in the rainforests of the Central African Republic, and is part of a series of video interviews with Louis that were recorded in April 2012. Bayaka believe in a divine creator, Kumba, who created the world and then retreated. Bayaka life in the...
of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Film; interview by Nick Lobley, fl. 2013 (Oxford, England: University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum), 1 min,
Source: web.prm.ox.ac.uk
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