Chordophone

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Title Audio Collection Description Composer Date All terms
Babelwa bodwa | Southern African

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ILAM

Self-delectative song accompanied by the braced, Makhweyana bow. The translated title is "They fought". Further details refer ILAM field card number H1D14

Baghaphile Makhoba

1955-01-27 Braced bow | Chordophone | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Makhoba,Bagaphile | Makhweyana bow | self-delectative | Song | South Africa | Southern African | Traditional music | Zulu
Baligasium | Central African

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ILAM

Mourning song accompanied by the Ntongoli eight string lyre and Ndingidi one string lute. Further details refer ILAM field card number D5Y16

Nekemiya Nanywamu
Kasani Byansi

1950-09-02 Central African | Chordophone | East African | eight string lyre | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Kasani Byansi | mourning | Ndingidi | Ndingidi one string lute | Nekemiya Nanywamu | Ntongoli | Soga | Song | Traditional music | Uganda
Hure Gaza | Southern African

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ILAM

Traditional song performed by a man and women. They are accompanied by a string instrument identified as a Shangaan harp. The harp is possibly an Autoharp

John Khoza
Women's Choir

1960-00-00 Autoharp | Choir | Chordophone | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | John Khosa | Man calling and women respond | Repetition | Shangaan | Shangaan harp | South Africa | Southern African | String | Traditional music | women
Ibande lokusibopha | Southern African

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ILAM

Self-delectative song accompanied by the braced, Makhweyana bow. The translated title is "Belt for my waist". Further details refer ILAM field card number H1D15

Baghaphile Makhoba

1955-01-27 Braced bow | Chordophone | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Makhoba,Bagaphile | Makhweyana bow | self-delectative | South Africa | Southern African | Traditional music | Zulu
Intambo zomtshawami | Southern African

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ILAM

Self-delectative song accompanied by the braced, Makhweyana bow. The translated title is "Strings of my bead apron". Further details refer ILAM field card number H1D15

Baghaphile Makhoba

1955-01-27 Braced bow | Chordophone | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Makhoba,Bagaphile | Makhweyana bow | self-delectative | South Africa | Southern African | Traditional music | Zulu
Ngazula ezintabeni | Southern African

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ILAM

Self-delectative song accompanied by the braced, Makhweyana bow. The translated title is "I wander over hills". Further details refer ILAM field card number H1D14

Baghaphile Makhoba

1955-01-27 Braced bow | Chordophone | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Makhoba,Bagaphile | Makhweyana bow | self-delectative | South Africa | Southern African | Traditional music | Zulu
Ngimthanda nje muhle | Southern African

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ILAM

Traditional Zulu song accompanied by the musical bow. The translated title is "He is so handsome and how I love him'. Further details refer ILAM field card number H1D5

Constance Magogo Uzulu ka-Dinuzulu

1955-01-27 bow | Chordophone | Constance Magogo Uzulu ka-Dinuzulu | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Love song | Single string | South Africa | Southern African | Traditional music | Ugubu | Unbraced | Zulu
Sukabandala | Southern African

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ILAM

Traditional song performed by a man and women. They are accompanied by a string instrument identified as a Shangaan harp. The harp is possibly an Autoharp

John Khoza
Women's Choir

1960-00-00 Autoharp | Choir | Chordophone | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | John Khosa | Man calling and women respond | Repetition | Shangaan | Shangaan harp | South Africa | Southern African | String | Traditional music | women
Thambo le Nyoka | Southern African

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ILAM

Traditional Zulu song accompanied by the musical bow. The translated title is "The bone of the snake'. Further details refer ILAM field card number H1D6

Constance Magogo Uzulu ka-Dinuzulu

1955-01-27 bow | Chordophone | Constance Magogo Uzulu ka-Dinuzulu | Folk music | Historic song | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mnayamana - Chief Buthelezi's grandfather | Single string | South Africa | Southern African | Traditional music | Ugubu | Unbraced | Zulu
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