Clapping

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Title Audio Collection Descriptionsort icon Composer Date All terms
Konko Lila | East African

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ILAM

Folk music. Wedding song. Futher details refer to ILAM field card (C3H)

Luunda women (Performer)

1949-07-20 axes | Clapping | East African | goblet Drum | ILAM | Kambwali | Kawambwa | Lake Mwexa | Lake Nwenu | Luunda | Luunda | Northern Rhodesia | slit Drum | West African
Fernando Ndoziana Kosa |

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ILAM

A danc esong for Kwaya dance, for young people and has clapping
Refer ILAM field card CH10

Shangaan boys and girls

1949-05-29 Bila | Clapping | dance -Kwaya | ILAM | Shangaan | Song | South Africa | Southern African | Tonga | young
Chingoma chakubaruka |

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ILAM

A humorous drinking song about the membrane of the drum breaking by accident. The song is accompanied by clapping. Refer ILAM field card F1G8

Reuben Tancard Mbuluwundi
Tumbuka and Henga men

1952-01-16 broken | Clapping | drinking | Drum | Henga | Henga | Humorous | ILAM | Malawi | Mbuluwundi,Reuben Tancard | Nyasaland | Song | Southern African | Tumbuka | Tumbuka
Ntini kachani ka diphiyelo | East African

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ILAM

A lament with clapping. Further details refer to ILAM field card no. CR22

Tindene Chibisufude (Composer/Performer)

1949-06-08 Chopi | Chopi | Clapping | East African | ILAM | Indigenous music | Lament song | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Southern African | Tindene Chibisufude | Zavala
Ndlama Maritinji | Southern African

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ILAM

A makwaya dance accompanied by a drum and palm leaf rattles attached to the legs. Further details refer ILAM field card number H1R1

Boys and girls from Chief Chigugwana's village

1955-10-11 Chief Chigugwana's village | Clapping | Drum | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Makwaya dance | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Rattle containers made of palm leaf | Seeds | Shangaan | Southern African | Tonga | Traditional music
Ndlama | Southern African

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ILAM

A makwaya dance accompanied by a drum and palm leaf rattles attached to the legs. Further details refer ILAM field card number H1R2

Boys and girls from Chief Chigugwana's village

1955-10-11 Chief Chigugwana's village | Clapping | dance | Drum | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Makwaya dance | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Rattle containers made of palm leaf | Shangaan | Southern African | Tonga | Traditional music
Kwaya | Southern African

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ILAM

A makwaya dance song with aggressive actions. Further details refer ILAM field card number H1R6

France Mabosso
Youths and girls from Inkaya village

1955-10-11 Clapping | dance | Folk music | France Mabosso | ILAM | Indigenous music | Inkaya village | Makwaya dance | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Shangaan | Song | Southern African | Tonga | Traditional music
Masesa II | Southern African

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ILAM

A Masesa dance song accompanied by whistles and pegged drums made of oil cans. The dancers wore skirts made of lala palm. Further details refer ILAM field card number H1R11

Girls from Macia village

1955-10-11 Clapping | dance | Folk music | ILAM | Macia village | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Shangaan | Song | Southern African | Tonga | Traditional music | Two cylindrical oil can Drum | Whistles
Umanga ukasilagayo |

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ILAM

A song for a chief, accompanied by clapping. Translated title is "We are glad to have danced for your chief." Refer ILAM field card D4C15

Mugabe Kagito (Performer)

1950-07-18 Clapping | East African | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mugabe Kagito | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Tabora | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Ali Mu Clu |

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ILAM

A song which encourages women to join social clubs since their emancipation is on its way. Refer ILAM field card number D5Y9

Nawandala Social Club (Performer)

1950-09-02 Central African | Clapping | Clubs | Emancipation | ILAM | Laced conical drum | Nawandala Social Club | Soga | Song | Stick | traditional | Uganda | women
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