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Other Musics From Zimbabwe Southern Rhodesia, 1948, '49, '52, '57, '58, '63
Assorted mbira, mouth bows, karimba, story-songs, mulanji flutes, panpipes, drums.



Kanyok And Luba Southern Belgian Congo, 1952 And 1957
Two-thirds from the townships of the copper mines of Katanga Province, showing the early urbanisation of traditional sounds, the guitar taking over the thumb-piano parts.



Kalimba And Kalumba Songs Zambia And Northern Rhodesia, 1952 And 1957
The kalimba is part of the mbira family, a 'thumb-piano'; the kalumbu is a one-string gourd bow related to the Brazilian berimbau.



On The Edge Of The Ituri Forest Northeastern Belgian Congo, 1952
Musical as well as economic interaction between the Mbuti pygmies and the Nande, Bira, Mangbele and Budu peoples living on the edge of the Ituri rainforest in the northeastern Belgian Congo.



Royal Court Music From Uganda 1950 And 1952
The royal music of the Ganda, Nyoro and Ankole peoples, lost when the palaces were burned down in 1966, and many of the musicians killed, and their instruments (some of them over four hundred years old) destroyed.



At The Court Of The Mwami Rwanda, 1952
From the court of the Kingdom of Rwanda abolished nine years later when the Republic was formed: the royal drums and courtly music disappeared along with the Mwami, or 'king-shepherd', after five centuries.



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