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Title Audio Collection Description Composer Datesort icon All terms
Mwamba atemwa Malaila, Mwamba likes the Malaila dance |

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ILAM

Dance song with fighting and stomping movements. Refer ILAM field card C3W1

Lawrence Katilungu
Bemba men

1949-08-04 Bemba | Bemba | dance | fighting | ILAM | Katilungu,Lawrence | Malaila | Northern Rhodesia | Song | Southern African | Stamping | tribal | Zambia
Ngubani ubanga |

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ILAM

Fighting song with women clapping. Refer ILAM field card C3X5

Peniasi Manyoni
Ngoni men and women at Nkana

1949-08-05 Clapping | fighting | ILAM | Ngoni | Ngoni | Nkana | Northern Rhodesia | Peniasi Manyoni | Song | sound | Southern African | tribal | Zambia
Nkete |

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ILAM

Victory song performed after fighting, accompanied by drums and horn blowing. ILAM field card number is unknown

Makondere Band (Performer)

1950-00-00 Drum | East African | fighting | Haya | Horns | ILAM | Makondere Band | Nyoro | Song | Tanganyika | Tanzania | traditional | Victory
Luibri |

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ILAM

Fighting song about their victory of the Masai and the white coloniser having taken their land. The song is accompanied by bells and introduced with the scaping sound of spear ends on their shields. Refer ILAM field card D7C14

Benet Lolubo (Composer/Performer)
Meru men (Performer)

1950-10-02 Chaga | Colonial | East African | fighting | ILAM | Kisengele bells | Lolubo,Benet | Masai beaten | Meru | Meru | Scraping noise | Shield | Song | Spears | Tanganyika | Tanzania | White men
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