African Writers' Club

Music from Zambia. African Writers' Club

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    unidentified (male, speaking and singing), unidentified instrumentalists

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    Rubin, Neville

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    Item notes: Recordings of music made by Neville Rubin in Lusaka, Zambia, in March 1965. First section includes songs for kalimba [lamellophone] and a male singer who sings in Lala (love song; hunting song; walking tune; love song). This piece also includes a short talk about the kalimba and songs by the performer [unnamed]. 07'00": three chants with drums and xylophones; 15'14": horn pipe, bugle and drums

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Music from Zambia. African Writers' Club

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