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Bwezi langa (Track)
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Two songs for carrying Mashila. The old practice of carrying White men, chiefs or notables about in litters has now ceased with the advent of roads and mechanical transport—but the song was sung by the father of the present singers up till about 1930, they say.
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Dendera Jikwa (Track)
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The "bugle" notes in (a) were produced by the performer drawing his breath in past the Ilala palm leaf string of the bow, forming the notes at the same time with the fingers of his left hand. The singers were all blind.
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Eyi mwana kaloto (Field Card)
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There was once a man, they say, who broke his cup when drinking tea. This folly was sufficiently serious to merit a song. The singers were employed on the Mufulira Copper Mine where this item was recorded.
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Nse-nse tubatwalilile (Track)
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