Indigenous music

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  1. Artist(s): Kikuyu boys | Composer: Kang'ethe Nduati (Performer)Composer not specified | 1950-00-00 | Dance song, East African, Folk music, Indigenous music, Kang' ethe Nduati, Kiigamba Rattle, Kikuyu, Kikuyu, Muthuu Dance song, ILAM | Further details refer ILAM record number: CR3613.
  2. Artist(s): Tonga girls (Performer) | Composer: Nyamangwe, L. (Performer)Lucy Nyamangwe (Performer) | 1950/05/29 | Drum, Folk music, Indigenous music, Malawi, Nkata Bay, Nyamangwe,Lucy, Nyasaland, Southern African, Tonga, Tonga, Wedding song, ILAM | Wedding song with Tonga girls and drums. Translated English title - "Banda, we have brought you your love." Further details refer ILAM field card (D2E6a).
  3. 1900-01-00 | Indigenous music, Southern African, ILAM | Exhulation song. Further details refer ILAM shellac record TP1875.
  4. Composer: Robinson Deep Ronga Choir (Performer) | 1900-01-00 | Choral music, Indigenous music, Mozambique, Portuguese East Africa, Robinson Deep Ronga Choir, Ronga, Southern African, Unaccompanied, Vocal music, ILAM | Further details refer ILAM record TP0002
  5. Composer: Boys at Blantyre Secondary School (Performer) | 1949/09/16 | Blantyre Secondary School, Folk song, Indigenous music, Malawi, Nyanja, Nyasaland, Southern African, ILAM | Concert Song. Further details refer ILAM card no C5N8
  6. Composer: Nancy Luhana (Performer)Mwenele Kaunda (Performer) | 1950/05/31 | Folk music, Henga, Indigenous music, Kaunda,Mwenela, Luhana,Nancy, Malawi, mortar, Mzimba, Nyasaland, pestle, Pounding song, Southern African, Tumbuka, ILAM | Pounding song with mortar and pestles. Translated English title - "The girls have run away." Further details refer ILAM field card (D2G12)
  7. Artist(s): Kumbale Lungu (Leader)Nsenga men and women (Performer) | Composer: Kumbale LunguNsenga men and women | 1949/08/29 | Central African, dance, Folk music, Indigenous music, Lungu,Kumbale, men and women, Northern Rhodesia, Nsenga, Nsenga, Seven note, Song, Traditional music, Ulimba, Xylophone, Zambia, ILAM | Ulimba dance song for men and women. The translated title is "Where has Chiwowola gone"? Further details refer ILAM field card number C4V7
  8. Artist(s): Nsenga men and women (Performer) | Composer: Lungu, K. (Performer)Kumbale Lungu (Performer) | 1949/08/29 | Dance song, Folk music, Indigenous music, Lungu,Kumbale, Marimba, Northern Rhodesia, Nsenga, Nsenga, Southern African, Ulimba, Xylophone, Zambia, ILAM | Dance song for men and women with ulimba and clapping. Further details refer ILAM field card (C4V7)
  9. Artist(s): Sena people (Performer) | Composer: Sino Kopolo (Performer)Composer not specified | 1949-00-00 | Chikunda, Dance song, East African, Indigenous music, Kayembe, Likuba, Mozambique, Portuguese East Africa, Sena, Sena, Sino Kopolo, Southern African, ILAM | Likuba dance song with Kayembe. Further details refer ILAM shellac record number: TP1238
  10. Composer: Amoui Jenasa (Performer)Composer not specified | 1950-00-00 | Bangwe, Bangwe wa m'kulu, East African, Indigenous music, Jenasa,Amoui, Lament, Malawi, Nyanja, Nyasaland, Personal lament, Southern African, Zither, ILAM | Morality song with Bangwe wa m'kulu. Further details refer ILAM shellac record number: TP1331


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