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Zore II (Track)
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3 Chohodwani drums, hanging on poles (beaters) pegged, closed. 1 Shikulu drum. Big drum on ground, hand beaten, wine barrel. 2 Kirisu drums on ground beaters pegged, open. 1 Tsakara corrugated iron strip on supports, 6 ft. long. 1 Punzu sable antelope horThe 2 Kisisu drums were played by one man who beat an irregu...
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Zore III (Track)
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3 Chohodwani drums, hanging on poles (beaters) pegged, closed. 1 Shikulu drum. Big drum on ground, hand beaten, wine barrel. 2 Kirisu drums on ground beaters pegged, open. 1 Tsakara corrugated iron strip on supports, 6 ft. long. 1 Punzu sable antelope horThe 2 Kisisu drums were played by one man who beat an irregu...
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Zuwa na mwezi (Track)
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The sun and the moon are contrasted as lovers. The son returns to his mother and the mother sees in the hooting of the owls the omen of death to come. The player Yelele Lungu is one of two blind musicians in the Petauke District. He has developed an unusual degree of poetic imagery. He has never seen either the su...
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Zuwa woye (Track)
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"The sun, the sun! The drumming pleases the people." A threshing song of a style in most Shona villages in the late autumn. As it was raining at the time it was recorded inside one of the school rooms, the singers beating on the floor in imitation of the sound of threshing.
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