girls

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Title Audio Collection Descriptionsort icon Composer Date All terms
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
Losa lelo wowo ino ngoma |

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ILAM

Showongo dance song for men and women, accompanied by conical and goblet drums. Also used for girls initiation ceremony. Refer ILAM field card C4HI2

Noah Laisi
Kaonde men and women at Broken Hill Mine

1949-08-16 Broken Hill Mine | dance | Drum | girls | ILAM | initiation | Kaonde | Kaonde | Laisi,Noah | Luba | men | Northern Rhodesia | Showongo | Song | Southern African | women | Zambia
Nayala mine; I refuse |

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ILAM

Song is about young woman wanting a good man
Refer ILAM field card CC1

Choir of Centro Associativo des Negros

1949-05-25 Choir of Centro Associativo des Negros | girls | ILAM | love | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Ronga | Song | Southern African
Nyange kutetea (a); Lilamawe sautiyangu (b) |

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ILAM

Song to accompany circumcision of girls and boys
Refer ILAM field card D3F11

Mawasa Binti Mporeda
Fatima Binti Meri
Ngindo women

1950-06-25 boys | circumcision | Clapping | East African | Fatima Binti Meri | girls | ILAM | initiation | Mawasa Binti Mporeda | Ndonde | Ngindo | Song | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Tsuro ne Pfeni; Rabbit and baboon |

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ILAM

Story song
Refer ILAM field card AL1

Shemi Gatsande Nzou
Chorus

1948-04-25 Budya | Chorus | girls | ILAM | Shemi Gatsande Nzou | Song | Southern African | story | Zimbabwe
Mukadzi ne mbudzi; Rungane |

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ILAM

Story song
Refer ILAM field card AM16

Rebecca Jiya

1948-04-26 Budya | girls | ILAM | Rebecca Jiya | Song | Southern African | story | Zimbabwe
A plea for Africa | Southern African

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ILAM

Topical song performed by a choir with girls, accompanied by the piano

Hope Fountain Native Girls Choir (Performer)

1900-01-00 Choir | girls | Gwebu,Maria | Hope Fountain Native Girls Choir | ILAM | Knox-Bokwe,J. | Ndebele | Piano | political | Secular music | South Africa | Southern African | topical | Traditional music
Igugulami Indhlamu | Southern African

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ILAM

Traditional dance performed by young girls. Further details refer ILAM field card number H1E10

Boys and girls of Mhlolutini's village
Folk

1955-01-28 Clapping | dance | Dhlamu dance | Folk music | girls | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mhlolutini's village | Song | South Africa | Southern African | Traditional music | Zulu
Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake | Southern African

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ILAM

Unaccompanied hymn performed by a choir consisting of young women

Hope Fountain Native Girls Choir (Performer)

1900-01-00 Choir | girls | Hope Fountain Native Girls Choir | Hymn | ILAM | Ndebele | Part-singing | Religious music | South Africa | Southern African | Traditional music | Unaccompanied
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