David Rycroft South Africa Collection

Abantwana bahamb' eJosin' emgodini

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    Swazi folksongs and dance, musical bows - Africa (Swazi), makhweyane

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    South Africa

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    unidentified (singer, female/makhweyane musical bow)

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    his is a recording of a female singer playing the makhweyane bow. This song is about the Swazi boys who move to Johannesburg in South Africa to work on the mines. She laughs a lot when playing.

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Abantwana bahamb' eJosin' emgodini

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