Tanzania

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Title Audio Collection Descriptionsort icon Composer Date All terms
Enkoito drum rhythms | East African

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ILAM

Drum rhythm performed on 5 conical, laced drums. Refer ILAM field card D4V9a

Haya men (Performer)

1950-08-04 Drum | East African | Haya | Haya | ILAM | Nyoro | rhythm | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Enkoito drum rhythms | East African

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ILAM

drum rythms with five conical laced drums, single. Further details refer ILAM field card (D4W9)

Haya men (Performer)

1950-08-05 Bukoba | Drum | East African | Folk music | Haya | Haya | ILAM | Indigenous music | Komile Kaiyage | Nyoro | rhythm | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Manyanga drum rhythms (I and II) |

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ILAM

Drum rythms with three conical drums, one goblet drum and small bells. Further details refer ILAM field card (D4K11).

Kasomangila Husen Ishike (Composer)
Husuni Isike (Performer)
Salamu Athman (Performer)
Ramadhani Khuluwa (Performer)


1950-07-25 bell | Drum | East African | Husuni Isike | ILAM | Kasomangila Husen Ishike | Nyamwezi | Ramadhani Khuluwa | rhythm | Salamu Athman | Tabora | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Baadina |

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ILAM

Duo sung as introduction to a ceremony accompanied by small orchestra. Further details refer to ILAM field card no. D3F21.

Egyptian Musical Club (Performer)

1950-06-25 Amberon,Bom | Daressalaam | Duo | East African | Egyptian Music Club | Folk song | ILAM | Indigenous music | Swahili | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Manini |

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ILAM

Embrukoi dance song for men and women about how to retrieve lost cattle. The song is performed by 600 men and women and accompanied by a side blown horn. Refer ILAM field card D7C8

Mbolele Sabulon (Composer/Performer)
Meru men (Performer)

1950-10-02 Chaga | dance | East African | Embrukoi | ILAM | Mbolele Sabulon | men and women | Meru | Meru | Retrieving lost cattle | Song | Tanganyika | Tanzania | Wembe side blown horn
Orumbuga |

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ILAM

Enkoite dance song for men, accompanied by 5 single laced, conical drums played with sticks. Refer ILAM field card number D4W10

Komile Kaijage (Performer)
Haya men (Performer)

1950-08-05 Call and response | Conical Drum | dance | East African | Enkoite | Haya | Haya | ILAM | Komile Kaijage | laced | men | Nyoro | Song | Tanganyika | Tanzania | traditional
Marombogo | East African

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ILAM

Enkoito dance song for men with five conical laced drums played with sticks. Further details refer ILAM field card (D4W10)

Komile Kaiyage (Performer)

1950-08-05 Bukoba | Dance music | Drum | East African | Folk music | Haya | Haya | ILAM | Indigenous music | Komile Kaiyage | Nyoro | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Milayo ya Kulomela |

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ILAM

Example of Nyamwezi speech. Further details refer ILAM field card (D3I11)

Idi Selemani (Composer/Performer)

1950-06-28 Daressalaam | East African | Idi Selemani | ILAM | Language | Nyamwezi | Speech | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Luibri |

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ILAM

Fighting song about their victory of the Masai and the white coloniser having taken their land. The song is accompanied by bells and introduced with the scaping sound of spear ends on their shields. Refer ILAM field card D7C14

Benet Lolubo (Composer/Performer)
Meru men (Performer)

1950-10-02 Chaga | Colonial | East African | fighting | ILAM | Kisengele bells | Lolubo,Benet | Masai beaten | Meru | Meru | Scraping noise | Shield | Song | Spears | Tanganyika | Tanzania | White men
Sumpalumi |

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ILAM

Fighting song, unaccompanied. Further details refer ILAM field card (D4O4).

Sanyenke Gethula (Performer)

1950-07-29 East African | Fighting song | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mwanza | Nyamwezi | Sanyenke Gethula | Sukuma | Sukuma | Tanganyika | Tanzania | Unaccompanied
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