Seven string Litungu bowl lyre

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Busumbu Balulima |

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ILAM

The song is about the miners not knowing why the phosphate is being mined. Refer ILAM field card number D6B3

Isaka Kitutu (Performer)

1950-09-05 Central African | Gishu | ILAM | Isaka Kitutu | Leg bells | Nilotic tradition of playing | Phosphate | Seven string Litungu bowl lyre | Song | topical | Uganda
Bwana Leja |

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ILAM

The song is about a government official who had stolen a cow to feed the troops. Refer ILAM field card number D6B1

Thomas Mulungo (Performer)

1950-09-05 Central African | Gishu | ILAM | Leg bells | Seven string Litungu bowl lyre | Song | Stolen cow | Thomas Mulungo | topical | Uganda
Were umwene umanya |

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ILAM

Vocal chant accompanied by the lyre. Refer ILAM field card number D6B2

Isaka Kitutu (Performer)

1950-09-05 Central African | chant | Gishu | Heptatonic | ILAM | Isaka Kitutu | litungu | Lyre | Pinned | Religion | Seven string Litungu bowl lyre | Uganda | Vocal
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