Nyamwezi

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Title Audio Collection Descriptionsort icon Composer Date All terms
Sinyenye mama | East African

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ILAM

Further details refer to ILAM record number CR1468

Mukhungenilwa (Composer)
Nyamwezi women (Performer)

1952-00-00 Drum | East African | Gourd Rattle | ILAM | Indigenous music | Itetemia | Migao | Mukhungenilwa | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Tabora
Ndagula mwana sigalia | East African

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ILAM

Further details refer to ILAM record number CR1468

Asha (Composer)
Nyamwezi women (Performer)

1952-00-00 Asha | Drum | East African | Gourd Rattle | ILAM | Indigenous music | Itetemia | Migao | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Tabora
Untitled |

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ILAM

Further information refer ILAM shellac record number: TP0803

Composer not specified
Nyamwezi singers (Performer)

1900-01-00 East African | ILAM | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Song | Sukuma | Tanganyika | Tanzania | Unaccompanied
Tandala limagawe |

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ILAM

Greeting song for a chief, accompanied by 4 drums. The English title for the song is The great one who should be revered. Refer ILAM field card number D4C1

Lugobe (Performer)
Nyamwezi men and women (Performer)

1950-07-18 chief | East African | Four conical Drum | Greeting | ILAM | Laced and footed Drum | Lugobe | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Song | Tanganyika | Tanzania | traditional
Wapezia wamabela |

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ILAM

Greeting song for a chief, accompanied by three drums. Refer ILAM field card number D4C2

Mugabe Bin Masanga (Performer)
Nyamwezi men and women (Performer)

1950-07-18 chief | Conical Drum | East African | Greeting | ILAM | Mugabe Bin Masanga | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Song | Tanganyika | Tanzania | traditional
Mwangalile leke ndali na kasago |

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ILAM

Hashiena Biri Dance Song for men and women with drums. Further details refer ILAM shellac record number TP1687

Nyamwezi Musicians (Performer)
Composer not specified

1950-00-00 Dance song | Drum | East African | Folk music | Hashiena Biri Dance | ILAM | Indigenous music | Lake Victoria | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Hulula mtemi wiswe |

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ILAM

Hiyari ya moyo dance song for men and women with drums and ankle bells Translated English title - "Our old chief has vanished." Further details refer ILAM field card (D4H16)

Hashima Bin Kilamata (Composer/Performer)

1950-07-23 Ankle bell | bell | Dance song | Drum | East African | Hashima Bin Kilamata | ILAM | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Tabora | Tanganyika | Tanzania
wachezalada wabyozakulya |

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ILAM

Hiyari ya moyo dance song for men and women with two metal cylindrical drums and ankle bells. Further details refer ILAM field card (D4G9)

Hashima Bin Kilamata (Composer/Performer)

1950-07-22 Ankle bell | bell | Dance music | Dance song | Drum | East African | Hashima Bin Kilamata | Hiyari ya moyo | ILAM | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Tabora | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Kwaheri naja |

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ILAM

Hiyari ya moyo dance song for men and women with two metal cylindrical drums and ankle bells. Translated English title - "Good bye for now." Further details refer ILAM field card (D4G10)

Idi Selemani (Composer)
Hashima Bin Kilamata (Performer)

1950-07-22 Ankle bell | bell | Dance music | Dance song | Drum | East African | Hashima Bin Kilamata | Hiyari ya moyo | Idi Selemani | ILAM | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Tabora | Tanganyika | Tanzania
Kwaheri naja |

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ILAM

Hiyari ya moyo dance song for men and women with two metal cylindrical drums and ankle bells. Translated English title - "Good bye for now." Further details refer ILAM field card (D4G10)

Idi Selemani (Composer)
Hashima Bin Kilamata (Performer)

1950-07-22 Ankle bell | bell | Dance music | Dance song | Drum | East African | Hashima Bin Kilamata | Hiyari ya moyo | Idi Selemani | ILAM | Nyamwezi | Nyamwezi | Tabora | Tanganyika | Tanzania
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