Nyamwezi

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Title Audio Collection Descriptionsort icon Composer Date All terms
Umanga ukasilagayo |

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ILAM

A song for a chief, accompanied by clapping. Translated title is "We are glad to have danced for your chief." Refer ILAM field card D4C15

Mugabe Kagito (Performer)

1950-07-18 Clapping | East African | Folk music | ILAM | Indigenous music | Mugabe Kagito | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Tabora | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Usambo wakasenga |

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ILAM

A song congratulating the chief for having eliminated thieving. The song is accompanied by 3 conical drums. Translated title is "There are no more thieves." Refer ILAM field card D4C10

Masudi Bini Amani (Composer/Performer)

1950-07-18 East African | ILAM | Masudi Bini Amani | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Tabora | Tanganyika | Tanzania | Topical song | Unaccompanied
Wapezia wamabela |

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ILAM

A greeting song for the chief. Further details refer to ILAM field card no. D4C2

Mugabe Bin Maganga (Performer)

1950-07-18 Conical Drum | Drum | East African | Folk music | Greeting song | ILAM | Indigenous music | Lagaya | Mugabe Bin Maganga | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Tabora | Tanganyika | Tanzania
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