Tambuka

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Meri-Jeni wandipa citima |

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ILAM

Concert song sung by Tambuka and Henga boys with sticks beaten on a bass drum as accompaniment. Further details refer to ILAM card no. C5N5.

Blantyre Secondary School Boys (Performer)

1949-09-16 Bass Drum | Blantyre | Blantyre Secondary School | Central African | Concert song | Folk song | Henga | ILAM | Indigenous music | Malawi | Nyasaland | Sticks | Tambuka
Wanyithu wa ku Jubegi |

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ILAM

Concert song sung by Tambuka and Henga boys with sticks beaten on a bass drum as accompaniment. Further details refer to ILAM card no. C5N6.

Blantyre Secondary School Boys (Performer)

1949-09-16 Bass Drum | Blantyre | Blantyre Secondary School | Central African | Concert song | Folk song | Henga | ILAM | Indigenous music | Malawi | Nyasaland | Sticks | Tambuka
Tikuonga mwacipoka wakoma cigwere |

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ILAM

Concert song sung by Tambuka and Henga boys. Further details refer to ILAM card no. C5N7.

Blantyre Secondary School Boys (Performer)

1949-09-16 Blantyre | Blantyre Secondary School | Central African | Concert song | Folk song | Henga | ILAM | Indigenous music | Malawi | Nyasaland | Tambuka | Unaccompanied
Munthu wakalima munduwake |

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ILAM

Song story sung by the Henga boys at Blatyre secondary school. Further details refer to ILAM card no. C5N1.

Blantyre Secondary School Boys (Performer)

1949-09-16 Blantyre | Blantyre Secondary School | Central African | Folk song | Henga | ILAM | Indigenous music | Malawi | Nyasaland | Story Song | Tambuka | Unaccompanied
Oo Stima ya walume (a) Mwamuona Vipya yo (b) |

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ILAM

Two laments for the sinking of the Vipye on Lake Nyora in 1947. Further details refer to ILAM card no. C5N4.

Blantyre Secondary School Boys (Performer)

1949-09-16 Blantyre | Blantyre Secondary School | Central African | Folk song | Henga | ILAM | Indigenous music | Lambya | Lament | Malawi | Nyasaland | Tambuka | Unaccompanied
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