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  1. Artist(s): Intlangwini Dancers (Dancers) | Composer: Josefa Dlamini (Performer) | 1948/09/12 | Dlamini,Josefa, Intlangwini Dancers, Ndlamu, South Africa, Southern African, Transvaal, Union of South Africa, Zulu, ILAM | Singing with ndlamu dance
  2. Composer: Composer not specifiedBasutho singer (Performer) | 1900-01-00 | Basotho, Basutoland, Dance song, Indigenous music, Lesotho, Ndlamu, Sotho, South Sotho, Southern African, Unaccompanied, ILAM | Ndlamu dance song. Further details refer ILAM record TP0132-ABC3418
  3. Composer: Mpondomisi dancers (Performer) | 1951/11/06 | Cape, Clapping, Dance music, Eastern Cape, Folk music, Indigenous music, Mpondomisi, Ndlamu, Pondo, Qumbu, Rattle, South Africa, Southern African, Stamping, Transkei, Whistle, Xhosa, ILAM | Ndlamu dance music with clapping, stamping and whistle. Further details refer ILAM field card (H1F6)
  4. Artist(s): Mameyigudi (Performer)Luhlanya (Performer) | Composer: MameyigudiLuhlanya | 1960/01/01 | Choir, concertina, dance, Indigenous music, Luhlanya, Mameyigudi, Ndlamu, Popular music, Song, South Africa, Southern African, Spoken introduction, Traditional music, Zulu, ILAM | Ndlamu dance song accompanied by the concertina. The translated title is "A man sings about a young child".
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