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  1. Artist(s): Sakala, K. (Leader) | Composer: Nyanja boys (Performer)Composer not specified | 1952-00-00 | Dance song, Folk song, Indigenous music, Mbanda dance, Northern Rhodesia, Nsenga, Nsenga, Sakala,K., Southern African, Unaccompanied, Vocal, Zambia, ILAM | Further details refer ILAM shellac record (commercial recording) number: CR0046
  2. Composer: Ziyelesa Mwale (Performer) | 1949/08/27 | Folk song, Kalimba, Mbira, Mwale,Ziyelesa, Nothern Rhodesia, Nsenga, Petauke, Southern African, Zambia, ILAM | Nostalgic song
  3. Artist(s): Nsenga women | Composer: Lungu,Y. (Composer/Performer) | 1949/08/29 | Kalimba, Lungu,Yelele, Northern Rhodesia, Nsenga, Nsenga, Southern African, Topical song, Xylophone, Zambia, ILAM | Topical song with Nsenga women and Kalimba. English translated title - "Girls, go and call back Msamaliya." Further details refer ILAM field card (C4V20).
  4. Artist(s): Nsenga women (Performer) | Composer: Yelele Lungu (Performer)Yelele Lungu (Composer) | 1949/08/29 | Kalimba, Lungu,Yelele, Mbira, Northern Rhodesia, Nsenga, Nsenga, Southern African, Topical song, Zambia, ILAM | Topical song with Kalimba Mbira. Translated English title - "Girls, go and call back Msamaliya." Further details refer ILAM field card number: C4V-20
  5. Artist(s): Nsenga women (Performer) | Composer: Yelele Lungu (Performer)Yelele Lungu (Composer) | 1949/08/29 | Kalimba, Lungu,Yelele, Mbira, Northern Rhodesia, Nsenga, Nsenga, Southern African, Topical song, Zambia, ILAM | Topical song with Kalimba Mbira. Translated English title - "Girls, go and call back Msamaliya." Further details refer ILAM field card number: C4V-20
  6. Artist(s): Muzinyonge Mwanza (Leader) | Composer: Composer not specifiedKunda men and women (Performer) | 1949-00-00 | Dance song, Drum, Folk music, Indigenous music, Kacokoca, Kunda, Kunda, Mwanza,Muzinyonge, Northern Rhodesia, Nsenga, Southern African, Zambia, ILAM | Kacokoca dance music. Further detail refer ILAM shellac record number: TP0671-XYZT4041
  7. Composer: Kunda Dancers (Performer)M. Mwanza (Leader)Composer not specified | 1954-00-00 | Dance song, Drum, Folk music, Indigenous music, Kacokoca Dance song, Kunda, Kunda, Mufulira, Mufulira Mine, Mwanza,Muzinyonge, Northern Rhodesia, Nsenga, Southern African, Zambia, ILAM | Further details refer ILAM record number: CR3530.
  8. Composer: Fort Jameson BomaMuzinyonge Haranza | 1949/07/30 | dance, Drum, Fort Jameson Boma, Idiophone, Kacokoca, Kunda, metal, Muzinyonge Haranza, Northern Rhodesia, Nsenga, Song, Southern African, Zambia, ILAM | Kacokoca dance song with cylindrical, double headed, conical, pegged and open drums. It is also accompanied by 1 metal idiophoneRefer ILAM field card C3R10
  9. Artist(s): Nsenga men and women (Performer) | Composer: Kumbale Lungu (Performer)Komukomu waSimbi (Composer) | 1949/08/29 | Clapping, Dance song, Komukomu waSimbi, Lungu,Kumbale, Northern Rhodesia, Nsenga, Nsenga, Southern African, Ulimba, Xylophone, Zambia, ILAM | Ulimba dance song with Ulimba xylophone and clapping. Translated English title - "You pound very hard, but where has your husband gone." Further details refer ILAM field card number: C4V-9
  10. Artist(s): Nsenga women | Composer: Jenala Kazulu (Performer)r, Leader) | 1949/08/28 | Chief Nyamphandes Village, Folk music, Indigenous music, Jenala Kazulu, Northern Rhodesia, Nsenga, Nsenga, Pounding song, Southern African, Zambia, ILAM | Pounding song. Two girls punding in mortar. Further details refer to ILAM field card (C4U5b)

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