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Title Audio Collection Description Composer Date All terms
Irambi |

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ILAM

Horn tune on Makondere gourd horns played for new moon and important occasions. Further details refer ILAM field card (D5T1)

Abanyabyata Royal Band (Performer)

1950-08-28 Abanyabyala Royal Band | Araya,Bulasio | Bunyoro | East African | Folk music | Gourd | Horn | ILAM | Indigenous music | Makondere | Nyoro | Uganda
Isaga | Southern African

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ILAM

Further details refer to ILAM shellac record number:TP3908

Zulu people (Performer)
Composer not specified

1939-00-00 Chief Ntshidi | Dance song | Horn | ILAM | Indigenous music | KwaZulu-Natal | Natal | South Africa | Southern African | Tribal cries | Zulu | Zulu | Zululand
Kate kalume |

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ILAM

Topical song with two laced conical drums, two pinned, footed goblet drums, eight Magwala gourd horns, side blown. Further details refer ILAM field card (D5Y22)

Mulobo (Composer/Performer)

1950-09-02 Drum | East African | Horn | ILAM | Jinja | Magwala | Mulobo | Soga | Soga | Topical song | Uganda
Kula ma kula ka cani | Southern African

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ILAM

Hymn for dancing with Izigubu drums and Imbungu horns. Hymn number 175. Translated English title - "Grow up you who grow slowly." Further details refer ILAM field card (H1C6)

Choir of the Church of Shembe (Performer)
Isaiah Shembe (Composer)

1955-01-24 Choir of the Church of Shembe | Dance music | Drum | Ekuphakameni | Horn | Hymn | ILAM | Imbungu | Isaiah Shembe | Izigubu | KwaZulu-Natal | Natal | Religious music | Shembe | South Africa | Southern African | Zulu | Zululand
Kula ma kula ka cani | Southern African

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ILAM

Religious music by a choir - Christian hymn for dance. Translated English title "Grow up, you who grow slowly." Further details refer ILAM field card (H1C6)

Choir of the Church of Shembe (Performer)
Isaiah Shembe (Composer)

1955-01-24 Choir of the Church of Shembe | Choral music | Christian | Dance music | Drum | Horn | Hymn | ILAM | Imbungu | Isaiah Shembe | Izigubu | KwaZulu-Natal | Natal | Ndwedwe | Religious music | South Africa | Southern African | Zulu | Zululand
Kuwila; Herding song |

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ILAM

Song on Impeta horn accompanied by whistles and drums
Refer ILAM field card AX3

Tiki Singalwe
Two old men

1948-05-07 Drum | herding | Horn | Ila | ILAM | Impeta | Lundwe | Northern Rhodesia | Song | Southern African | Tiki Singalwe | Whistle | Zambia
Kyarutema | Central African

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ILAM

Imihamilizo tutsi dance song with drum and Makondere horn. Further details refer ILAM field card (F3V5)

Musicians of Chief Biniga (Performer)

1952-07-15 Central African | Dance music | Drum | East African | East-Central African | Folk music | Horn | ILAM | Imihamilizo | Indigenous music | Makondere | Musicians of Chief Biniga | Ruanda-Urundi | Rwanda | Rwanda | Shangugu | Tutsi
La mokili mero bela bwata | Central African

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ILAM

Rumba dance music with drums (African), trumpets, horns (European), cymbal and rattle. Further details refer ILAM field card (F1V9)

Musique du 1er Groupement (Performer)
Orchestre Opera du 1er Groupement (Performer)

1952-02-06 Belgian Congo | Central African | Congo | Cymbal | Dance music | Democratic Republic of the Congo | Drum | Elizabethville | Horn | ILAM | Musique du 1er Groupement | Ngala | Orchestre Opera du 1er Groupement | Rattle | Rumba | trumpet
Lalela Zulu | Southern African

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ILAM

Translated English title - "Listen Zulu." Further details refer ILAM field card number: H1C 7

Shembe Church congregation (Performer)
Reverend Shembe (Composer)

1955-01-24 Drum | Horn | ILAM | Imbungu horn | Izigulu drum | KwaZulu-Natal | Natal | Religious music | Reverend Shembe | Shembe | Shembe Church congregation | Shembe Church hymn | South Africa | Southern African | Vocals | Zulu | Zululand
Lalela Zulu | Southern African

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ILAM

Hymn for dancing with Izigubu druma and Imbungu horns. Hymn number 175. Translated English title - "Listen Zulu." Further details refer ILAM field card (H1C7)

Choir of the Church of Shembe (Performer)
Isaiah Shembe (Composer)

1955-01-24 Choir of the Church of Shembe | Dance music | Drum | Horn | Hymn | ILAM | Imbungu | Isaiah Shembe | Izigubu | KwaZulu-Natal | Natal | Religious music | Shembe | South Africa | Southern African | Zulu | Zululand
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