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  1. 1948/04/21 | dancing, Duma, Horn, Hymn, Rattle, Rozi, Song, Southern African, Zimbabwe, ILAM | Hymn accompanied by rattles, dancing and horn blowingRefer ILAM field card AH7
  2. Artist(s): Giriyama men | Composer: Chandaruwa Waya (Performer)Composer not specified | 1952-00-00 | Chandaruwa Waya, East African, Ginyama, Giriyama, Horn, Indigenous music, Kayamba rattle, Kenya, Malindi, Msengo mourning dance, Nyika, ILAM | Further details refer ILAM record number: CR2462.
  3. Artist(s): Wanga men (Performer) | Composer: Mutekete, D. (Performer)Daudi Mutekete (Performer) | 1950/09/11 | Drum, East African, Fighting song, Folk music, Horn, Indigenous music, Kenya, Mutekete,Daudi, Nyanza, Wanga, Wanga, ILAM | Fighting song for after fighting wth drum and horn. Further details refer ILAM field card (D6H13)
  4. Artist(s): Hanga Women | Composer: Daudi Mutekete (Performer)Composer not specified | 1952-00-00 | Drum, East African, Hanga, Hanga, Horn, Indigenous music, Kenya, Lureko, Luya, Mutekete,Daudi, rhythm, Wanga, ILAM | Further details refer to ILAM record number: CR2448.
  5. Artist(s): Hafu Kumbani (Leader) | 1955/10/01 | Chopi, Chopi, Dance music, Hafu Kumbani, Horn, Inharrime District, Mozambique, Ngodo, Orchestra, Portuguese East Africa, Rattle, Southern African, Timbila, Tonga, Xylophone, 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 (H1K6)
  6. Composer: Shembe Church congregation (Performer)Reverend Shembe (Composer) | 1955/01/24 | Drum, Horn, Imbungu horn, Izigulu drum, KwaZulu-Natal, Natal, Religious music, Reverend Shembe, Shembe, Shembe Church congregation, Shembe Church hymn, South Africa, Southern African, Vocals, Zulu, ILAM | Translated English title - "Hold us Lord." Further details refer ILAM field card number: H1C 8
  7. Artist(s): Bulasio Araya (Leader) | Composer: Abanyabyata Royal Band (Performer) | 1950/08/28 | Abanyabyala Royal Band, Araya,Bulasio, Bunyoro, East African, Folk music, Gourd, Horn, Indigenous music, Nyoro, Uganda, ILAM | Horn tune on Makondere gourd horns played for new moon and important occasions. Further details refer ILAM field card (D5T1)
  8. Composer: Zion church members (Performer) | 1948/04/21 | Bikita, Dance music, Duma, Horn, Hymn, Rattle, Religious music, Rozi, Southern African, Southern Rhodesia, Zimbabwe, Zionist, ILAM | Zion Church hymn with rattles, horn and dancing.Further details refer ILAM field card (AH6)
  9. Artist(s): Members of the Church of Zion (Performer) | Composer: Sameni Moyo Mutendi (Composer)Andriasi Mapranka Moyo (Performer/Leader) | 1948/04/21 | Bikita, Church of Zion, Duma, Horn, Moyo,Andriasi Mapranka, Rattle, Rozi, Sameni Moyo Mutendi, Southern African, Southern Rhodesia, Zimbabwe, Zionist, ILAM | Native Christian Church Hymn
  10. Artist(s): Shabari Abdullah (Leader) | Composer: Dar-Es-Salaam Jazz Band (Performer)Composer not specified | 1950-00-00 | Band music, banjo, Dar-es-Salaam Jazz Band, Drum, East African, Gourd, Guitar, Horn, Instrumental, Nguja, Rattle, Rumba, Shabari Abdullah, Singing horn, Stick, Swahili, Swahili rumba, Violin, Zanziba, ILAM | Translated English title - "Gratitude." Further details refer ILAM field card number: D3T-1


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