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Eky’evugo Ky’obumanzi (Field Card)
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This kind of praise chant was recited to the Chief before the men went off on a raiding party, attacking other parts of their own tribe. This was before the English came in 1890. These chants have never been used in anger in living memory with few, if any exceptions.
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Eky’evugo Ky’obumanzi (Track)
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This kind of praise chant was recited to the Chief before the men went off on a raiding party, attacking other parts of their own tribe. This was before the English came in 1890. These chants have never been used in anger in living memory with few, if any exceptions.
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(International Library of African Music (ILAM), 1950), 15 mins
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Ente za Kanyororo Abateza (Track)
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In praise of Kanyororo's cattle, of which he was the herdsman. The herd was called 'Abateza,' and because it was so strikingly beautiful to the beholder it would make him shade his eyes and stumble away after looking at them.
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performed by Group of musicians; in Fa'a-Sāmoa: The Samoan Way...Between Conch Shell & Disco (Pan (Netherlands), 1995), 5 mins
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performed by Halamangaono Group; in Faikava: The Tongan Kava Circle - Anthology of Pacific #2 (Pan (Netherlands), 1993), 4 mins
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written by Barbara L. Hampton; edited by Ruth M. Stone, 1942- (New York: Routledge (Publisher), 1997), 22 page(s)
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Time in African Performance
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written by Ruth M. Stone, 1942-; edited by Ruth M. Stone, 1942- (New York: Routledge (Publisher), 1997), 22 page(s)
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Praise Singing in Northern Sierra Leone
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written by Laura Arntson, fl. 1992; edited by Ruth M. Stone, 1942- (New York: Routledge (Publisher), 1997), 27 page(s)
written by Laura Arntson, fl. 1992; edited by Ruth M. Stone, 1942- (New York: Routledge (Publisher), 1997), 27 page(s)
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