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Kammaraba (Field Card)
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Two topical songs. The first complains about the modern girl who will not stay at home but uses cosmetics and roams around the country doing no work. The bowl is a wooden platter commonly used for serving food, turned upside down and beaten with two sticks.
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Kanenga (Field Card)
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Katela I (Track)
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These songs and the accompanying dances are performed when there is a death in the village. Ketela is the generic name of this type of dance song. A number of clapping rhythms occur in these songs including: -- a. //1, -, 3, 4, -, 6, 7, -//
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Katela II (Field Card)
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These songs and the accompanying dances are performed when there is a death in the village. Ketela is the generic name of this type of dance song. A number of clapping rhythms occur in these songs including: -- b. //1, -, -, 4, -, 6, -, -//
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Katela II (Track)
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These songs and the accompanying dances are performed when there is a death in the village. Ketela is the generic name of this type of dance song. A number of clapping rhythms occur in these songs including: -- b. //1, -, -, 4, -, 6, -, -//
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Katela III (Field Card)
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These songs and the accompanying dances are performed when there is a death in the village. Ketela is the generic name of this type of dance song. A number of clapping rhythms occur in these songs including: -- c. //1, 2, 3, -, 5, -, 7, -//
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Katela III (Track)
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These songs and the accompanying dances are performed when there is a death in the village. Ketela is the generic name of this type of dance song. A number of clapping rhythms occur in these songs including: -- c. //1, 2, 3, -, 5, -, 7, -//
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Katuiyo I (Track)
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Two versions of the song, sung on the same day and at the same place but with different leaders. The first version is unaccompanied and the second is accompanied by a Chepkongo lyre. Katuiyo was the name of the man who introduced this kind of dancing. His name also means a 'meeting place' and the lyric includes th...
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Katuiyo II (Field Card)
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Two versions of the song, sung on the same day and at the same place but with different leaders. The first version is unaccompanied and the second is accompanied by a Chepkongo lyre. Katuiyo was the name of the man who introduced this kind of dancing. His name also means a 'meeting place' and the lyric includes th...
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Katuiyo II (Track)
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Two versions of the song, sung on the same day and at the same place but with different leaders. The first version is unaccompanied and the second is accompanied by a Chepkongo lyre. Katuiyo was the name of the man who introduced this kind of dancing. His name also means a 'meeting place' and the lyric includes th...
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