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Eliso lyamukatata (Field Card)
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My mother does not look at me.' Taking the bride to her wedding. Her mother would have started crying if she had watched her daughter go.
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Entoro y’omuhogo (Field Card)
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This song recalls the beauty of the Ankole countryside where they wander over the downs, a nomadic people, herding their cattle and living like the Masai on blood and milk. The style of singing would appear to be more Hima than Bantu.
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E-ye-ye asemanga aweni akweti mana (Track)
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There are two sorts of mothers - Those who care for their children, love them and look after them and who thus earn people's admiration. - The other neglect their children and do not care for them. - And for these women no one has any respect.
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Fila II (Field Card)
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These funeral songs are sung to cheer themselves up, but can also be sung at any time, they said. "While we sing we think of our own village." Recdorded at the Kipushi Mine, Katanga.
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Fila II (Track)
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These funeral songs are sung to cheer themselves up, but can also be sung at any time, they said. "While we sing we think of our own village." Recdorded at the Kipushi Mine, Katanga.
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Gari yangu (Track)
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"My love has left me and I am sad But it does not matter for she stayed with me for a long time, And I thank her for her kind heart." The Msego dance when danced by experts, either young people or children, is among the most attractive in East Africa.
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