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Titlesort icon Audio Collection Description Composer Date All terms
Do Vize mwana wavwala va Mikambo |

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ILAM

Dance song about second hand clothing for Polish refugees in the Belgian Congo, performed by young men and women. The English title is Vize wears Mikambo's clothing. Refer to ILAM field card C4X7

Mkosi Daka (Composer/Performer)
Nguni men and women (Performer)

1949-08-31 Daka,Mkosi | dance | ILAM | Indigenous music | Nguni | Nguni | Northern Rhodesia | Song | Southern African | Zambia
Dominique | Central African

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ILAM

Lively dance song accompanied by various instruments.

Albert Kaswabilanda
John Ouwerx
Ensemble Lolaka

1900-01-00 Belgian Congo | Central African | Clave rhythm | Congo | dance | Democratic Republic of the Congo | Ensemble Lolaka | Guitar | ILAM | Indigenous music | Kaswabilanda,Albert | Maracas | Men singing | Ouwerx,John | Popular music | Repetitive | Rhythm sticks | Song
Dowo |

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ILAM

Dance song for the night by Chopi women, young boys and girls

Chopi women, young girls and boys

1949-06-02 boys | Chopi | Chopi | Clapping | dance | girls | ILAM | Mozambique | night | Portuguese East Africa | Song | Southern African
Ee baba |

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ILAM

Love song performed by an orchestra and solo woman's voice. The orchestra comprises Arabic sounding string and percussion instruments. ILAM field card number is unknown

Alwahau Musical Club (Composer/Performer)
Somali Orchestra (Performer)
Woman's solo voice (Performer)

1950-00-00 Alwahau Musical Club | Arabic | Beating sticks | dance | Dumbak | East African | Guitar | ILAM | love | Nguja | Orchestra | Somali Orchestra | Song | Swahili | Tanganyika | Tanzania | Udi | Violin
Eiyo natimo ango |

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ILAM

Nyangile dance song for men and women, accompanied by bell or chime sounds and drums. ILAM field card number is unknown

Asunga Okwela (Performer)
Dalura Owino (Performer)

1950-00-00 Chime | dance | Dho | Drum | East African | ILAM | Luo | men and women | Nyangile | Okwela,Asunga | Owino,Dalumas | Song | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Ekuhambeni | Southern African

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ILAM

Rumba dance accompanied by various instruments and a choi

William Mseleku
Mseluku and his merrymakers

1960-01-01 Choir | dance | Drum | Guitar | ILAM | Indigenous music | Marabi style | Merrymakers | Mseleku,William | Piano | Popular music | Rhythm sticks | Song | South Africa | Southern African | Traditional music | Zulu
Emanzimtoti | Southern African

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ILAM

Rumba dance accompanied by various instruments and a choi

William Mseleku
Mseluku and his merrymakers

1960-01-01 Amanzimtoti | dance | Guitar | Humorous | ILAM | Indigenous music | Marabi style | Merrymakers | Mseleku,William | Popular music | Rhythm sticks | Rumba | Saxophone | South Africa | Southern African | Traditional music | Zulu
Emeli |

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ILAM

Dance song with Tsaba-Tsaba dance accompanied by guitar
Refer ILAM field card A2E2

Wili Pule

0000-00-00 dance | Guitar | ILAM | Ndebele | Song | Southern African | Southern Rhodesia | Tsaba-Tsaba | Wili Pule | Zimbabwe
Esaka kufa keyala |

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ILAM

Mbanda dance song performed by young men and women. The music uses the Chewa pattern. The English title is Keyala nearly died. Refer ILAM field card C4X6

Agilipa Mwanza (Composer/Performer)
Nguni men and women (Performer)

1949-08-31 boys | Chewa | dance | girls | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mbanda | Mwanza,Agilipa | Nguni | Nguni | Northern Rhodesia | Song | Southern African | Zambia
Essie Nana | West African

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ILAM

High life dance music, performed on various instruments

ET Mensah's Tempos Band (Performer)

1958-00-00 Big band music style | Brass instruments | Clave rhythm | dance | Drum set | Fante | Ghana | Guitar | High Life | ILAM | Instrumental | Mensah,E.T. | Percusssion instruments | Popular music | Rhythm sticks | Tempos Band | West African
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