Portuguese East Africa

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Title Audio Collection Description Composersort icon Date All terms
Mbira tune and crowd noises | East African

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ILAM

Crowd noise and song for Mbira. Further details refer ILAM field card (H1R14C)

1955-10-11 Bilene | Crowd | East African | Hlanganu | ILAM | Macia | Mbira | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Southern African | Tonga
Na wela- Na welas | East African

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ILAM

Further details refer ILAM library number: A10.

1954-12-12 East African | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Radio Club | Vocal
Sala Salamanga | East African

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ILAM

Further details refer ILAM library number: A10.

1954-12-12 East African | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Radio Club | Vocal
Shidlniwani | East African

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ILAM

Further details refer ILAM library number: A10.

1954-12-12 East African | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Radio Club | Vocal
Moniaye Chant Pagan | East African

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ILAM

Further details refer ILAM library number: A10.

1954-12-12 East African | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Radio Club | Vocal
Moniaye Chant Chitlan | East African

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ILAM

Further details refer ILAM library number: A10.

1954-12-12 East African | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Radio Club | Vocal
A Magowamine | East African

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ILAM

Further details refer ILAM library number: A10.

1954-12-12 East African | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Radio Club | Vocal
Chipuatumie | East African

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ILAM

Further details refer ILAM library number: A10.

1954-12-12 East African | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mozambique | Portuguese East Africa | Radio Club | Vocal
"Chiriri" | Southern African

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ILAM

Movement from the Ngodo xylophone orchestral dance of Regulo Nyankowongo with fourteen xylophones, two rattles and one horn.

Regulo Nyankowango is considered to be one of the minor chiefs under Regulo Mikumbi of the Inharrime District. Living as they do to the east of the central Chopi, their dialect is distinctive and influenced by the G'Tonga of the Inhambane District.

Further details refer ILAM field card (H1K5)

1955-10-01 Chopi | Chopi | Dance music | Hafu Kumbani | Horn | ILAM | Inharrime | Mozambique | Ngodo | Orchestra | Portuguese East Africa | Rattle | Southern African | Timbila | Tonga | Xylophone
"Mzeno" | Southern African

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ILAM

Movement from the Ngodo xylophone orchestral dance of Regulo Nyankowongo with fourteen xylophones, two rattles and one horn.

Regulo Nyankowango is considered to be one of the minor chiefs under Regulo Mikumbi of the Inharrime District. Living as they do to the east of the central Chopi, their dialect is distinctive and influenced by the G'Tonga of the Inhambane District.
Further details refer ILAM field card (H1K4)

1955-10-01 Chopi | Chopi | Dance music | Hafu Kumbani | Horn | ILAM | Inharrime District | Mozambique | Ngodo | Orchestra | Portuguese East Africa | Rattle | Southern African | Timbila | Tonga | Xylophone
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