Spoken introduction

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  1. Composer: Caluza's Double Quartet (Performer) | 1900-01-00 | Caluza, Caluza's Double Quartet Choir, Choir in Zulu, Greeting song, South Africa, Southern African, Spoken introduction, Zulu, ILAM | Further details refer ILAM shellac record (commercial recordings) number: CR0637
  2. Artist(s): Ensemble Gabrielle Kiwaya (Performer) | Composer: Ensemble Gabrielle Kiwaya | 1900-01-00 | Bead rattle, Belgian Congo, Call and response, Central African, Chant-like, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Drum, Ensemble Gabrielle Kiwaya, Indigenous music, Song, Spoken introduction, Traditional music, ILAM | Traditional chant-like song accompanied by various indigenous instruments.
  3. Artist(s): William Mseleku (Leader)Mseluku and his merrymakers (Performer) | Composer: William MselekuMseluku and his merrymakers | 1960/01/01 | Choir, Indigenous music, Merrymakers, Mseleku,William, Part-singing, Popular music, Song, South Africa, Southern African, Spoken introduction, Supernatural, Traditional music, Witch, Zulu, ILAM | Song about finding the source of an illness, which participants attribute to a witch
  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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