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Kamsingi kaya |

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ILAM

Singing game performed with dance steps on and around the logs. ILAM field card number is D2E5

Leader Joel Jere (Composer/Performer)
Nguni men (Performer)

1950-05-29 children | game | Henga | ILAM | Jere,Joel M. | Logs | Malawi | Nguni | Nyasaland | Song | Southern African | Sticks beating the ground | traditional | Tumbuka
Ngawali mukulu ngamali shikele bamayo, Mourning song (a) Mama ubunga bwaitika, Hunting song |

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ILAM

Song (a) is about a man who says he is old enough to have buried his father. Song (b) is about a the lack of game which means a lack of food. Refer ILAM field card C3V13

Bisa men at Mindolo Compound

1949-08-03 Bisa | Bisa | father | Food | game | ILAM | Northern Rhodesia | Song | Southern African | Zambia
Nkhawa na dada |

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ILAM

Song for children performed by men. It involved being bumped from log to log and is accompanied by sticks beating the ground. ILAM field card number D2E5

Leader Joel Jere (Composer/Performer)
Nguni men (Performer)

1950-05-29 children | game | Henga | ILAM | Jere,Joel M. | Logs | Malawi | men | Nguni | Nyasaland | Song | Southern African | Sticks beating the ground | traditional | Tumbuka
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