Central African

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Aba Seveni abada |

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ILAM

Topical song asking people in Uganda to love one another. The song is accompanied by several traditional instruments. Refer ILAM field card number D5V7

Zakaria Kasara (Performer)
Endongo za Buganda (Performer)

1950-08-30 Central African | Drum | Endongo bowl lyre with 8 strings | Endongo za Buganda | Ganda | ILAM | Ndingidi | Ntenga | Ntenga single laced conical drum | one string bowed lute | Respect | Song | topical | traditional | Uganda | Zakaria Kasara
A Kalukwamba musiku zimito yalula | Central African

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ILAM

Ulimba dance song for men and women. The translated title is "It is the days which change the man". Further details refer ILAM field card number C4V8

Kumbale Lungu
Nsenga men and women

1949-08-29 Central African | Clapping | dance | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Lungu,Kumbale | Northern Rhodesia | Nsenga | Nsenga | Seven note | Song | Traditional music | Ulimba | Xylophone | Zambia
A Chiwowola eciyakumi | Central African

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ILAM

Ulimba dance song for men and women. The translated title is "Where has Chiwowola gone"? Further details refer ILAM field card number C4V7

Kumbale Lungu
Nsenga men and women

1949-08-29 Central African | dance | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Lungu,Kumbale | men and women | Northern Rhodesia | Nsenga | Nsenga | Seven note | Song | Traditional music | Ulimba | Xylophone | Zambia
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