Peter Cooke Uganda Collection

6th anniversary of the National Resistance Army

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    00:11:51

  • Cultures

    Ganda

  • Shelf mark

    C23/52

  • Recording date

    1992-01-26

  • Is part of (Collection)

    Peter Cooke Uganda Recordings

  • Recording locations

    Kololo airstrip serving as a parade ground, Kampala, Uganda

  • Recordist

    Cooke, Peter

  • Description

    Performance note: President Museveni took the salute and inspected the forces and service bands. Following a march past of bands, soldiers, police detachments, prison workers, and representatives of social organisations, nurses, school pupils, etc. and a drive-past of industrial and agricultural floats, President Museveni made a long speech. Some of this was videoed in preference to making audio recording. Speech ends at 14' 422". At c15'30" After troops present arms National Anthem is played. Further troop commands. Recording ends at 17'15". Performer's note: Unkown announcer, various military. Recording note: This and subsequent items were recorded during celebrations of the 6th anniversary of the National Resistance Army's entry into Uganda to defeat the troops of Milton obote. Stereo digital recordings were made using a Sony DAT Walkman machine on cassettes mostly of two hours duration with Sennheiser omnidirectional microphones. Recordist's note: In Peter Cooke's notes, this is PCUG92.1.2 (PGM 09- ).

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6th anniversary of the National Resistance Army

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