Traditional music

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Title Audio Collection Description Composersort icon Date All terms
Ndlama | Southern African

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ILAM

A makwaya dance accompanied by a drum and palm leaf rattles attached to the legs. Further details refer ILAM field card number H1R2

Boys and girls from Chief Chigugwana's village

1955-10-11 Chief Chigugwana's village | Clapping | dance | Drum | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Makwaya dance | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Rattle containers made of palm leaf | Shangaan | Southern African | Tonga | 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
Merry jump | Caribbean

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ILAM

Calypso dance performed on various instruments.Further details refer ILAM shellac record (commercial recordings) number: CR1001

Carle Borde
The Merry Makers Steel Orchestra

1900-01-00 Calypso | Caribbean | Carle Borde | Creole | dance | Guitar | ILAM | Instrumental | Maracas | Merry Makers Steel Orchestra | Popular music | Steel pans | Traditional music | Trinidad
Magonde |

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ILAM

Traditional tune with Mbira / Njari dza maNjanja.
Further details refer ILAM field card (AQ8)

Chabarwa Musunda Sinyoro Moyo (Performer)

1948-04-30 ILAM | Indigenous music | Karanga | Mbira | Moyo,Sinyoro Chabarwa Musunda | Njanja | Njari | Salisbury | Southern African | Southern Rhodesia | Traditional music | Zimbabwe
Shuga |

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ILAM

Traditional tune with Njari - musheshe (clear - no resonator)
Further details refer ILAM field card (AQ9)

Chabarwa Musunda Sinyoro Moyo (Performer)

1948-04-30 ILAM | Indigenous music | Karanga | Mbira | Moyo,Sinyoro Chabarwa Musunda | Njanja | Njari | Salisbury | Southern African | Southern Rhodesia | Traditional music | Zimbabwe
Ogola | East African

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ILAM

A topical school song. Further details refer ILAM field card number D6I3

Charles Mboya
Kisii Government School Choir

1950-09-12 Dho Luo | East African | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Kenya | Kisii Government School choir | Mboya,Charles | school | Song | topical | Traditional music
Ngimthanda nje muhle | Southern African

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ILAM

Traditional Zulu song accompanied by the musical bow. The translated title is "He is so handsome and how I love him'. Further details refer ILAM field card number H1D5

Constance Magogo Uzulu ka-Dinuzulu

1955-01-27 bow | Chordophone | Constance Magogo Uzulu ka-Dinuzulu | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Love song | Single string | South Africa | Southern African | Traditional music | Ugubu | Unbraced | Zulu
Thambo le Nyoka | Southern African

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ILAM

Traditional Zulu song accompanied by the musical bow. The translated title is "The bone of the snake'. Further details refer ILAM field card number H1D6

Constance Magogo Uzulu ka-Dinuzulu

1955-01-27 bow | Chordophone | Constance Magogo Uzulu ka-Dinuzulu | Folk music | Historic song | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mnayamana - Chief Buthelezi's grandfather | Single string | South Africa | Southern African | Traditional music | Ugubu | Unbraced | Zulu
Maboko aga kgosi montshioa | South African

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ILAM

Man praying.

E Tamenti
Rathsidi Baralong Singers

1900-01-00 Botswana | E. Tamenti | ILAM | Indigenous music | man | prayer | Rathsidi Baralong Singers | South African | Traditional music | Tswana
Pakushila muka munobe wendo seneme. The translated title is "When you dance with a friend's girl you are afraid". | Central African

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ILAM

Zomba dance song for young men and women

Edward Bwalya
Bemba young men

1949-08-01 Bemba | Bemba | Boys and girls | Bwalya,Edward | Central African | Cylindrical Drum | dance | Double headed and laced | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Northern Rhodesia | Song | Traditional music | Zambia | Zomba
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