Peter Cooke Uganda Collection

Loha Ikapoloko eyokiyete Ibarebe Kece

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    Flute melody

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    Peter Cooke Uganda Recordings

  • Recording locations

    Kwapa village, Tororo, Eastern Region, Uganda

  • Performers

    Okada, John (aulero)

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    Item note: Flute melody. Cooke notes that this is the same auleru tune as an earlier one. Performance note: Auleru, obliquely blown end flute, 4 stops, a metal one; player uses right hand top 2 fingers with 3rd finger under for support; his grandfather, Lukunyong, taught him; L. Erapu comments "the women laugh because the improvisation is a poor one. He is simply introducing himself." Performer's note: John Okada (aulero flute) of Ikarwok clan. Recordist's note: In Peter Cooke's notes, this is PCUG64-8.22.A9.

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Loha Ikapoloko eyokiyete Ibarebe Kece

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