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  1. Artist(s): Giriyama Men | Composer: Kanga Mayele (Performer) | 1950/10/16 | Clapping, East African, Giriyama, Giriyama, Kanga Mayele, Kayamba raft rattle, Kenya, Malindi, Nika, Rattle, ILAM | Mpego dance song for men and womenFolk SongFurther details refer ILAM field card (D7Q4)
  2. Artist(s): Giriyama Men | Composer: Kanga Mayele (Performer)Composer not specified | 1952-00-00 | Clapping, East African, Giriyama, Indigenous music, Kanga Mayele, Kayamba rattles, Kenya, Majengo, Mombasa, Msego dance song, Nika, ILAM | Further details refer to ILAM record number:CR2485.
  3. Artist(s): Nyika boys (Performer) | Composer: Kalachu Mwinyi (Performer) | 1950/09/23 | East African, Folk music, Indigenous music, Kalachu Mwinyi, Kambo, Kenya, Kilifi, Nika, Nyika, Unaccompanied, ILAM | Topical song. Further details refer ILAM fieldcard D6T5.
  4. Artist(s): Nika Boys | Composer: Kalachi Mwinyi (Performer)Composer not specified | 1952-00-00 | East African, Indigenous music, Kalachi Mwinyi, Kenya, Nika, Nika, Topical song, ILAM | Further details refer to ILAM record number: CR2465.
  5. Artist(s): Chandaruwa Waya and Giryama men | 1950-00-00 | Chandaruwa Waya, East African, Folk music, Ginyama, Giryama, Gourd horn, Indigenous music, Kayamba raft rattle, Kenya, Malindi district, Nika, Whistling, ILAM | A Msego mourning dance song with Kayamba raft rattles, a gourd horn and whistling. This Msego dance started with the sound of the horn, followed by the leader of the group who sings the first verse. This is repeated by the dancers whistling the melody twice over after which the dance proper begins with rattles. Details from ILAM field card D7N - 7 & 8


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