David Rycroft South Africa Collection

Ujes' akekho omunye (there is only Jesus).

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    Zulu folksongs and dance , choral songs-Africa (Zulu) , isicathamiya

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    Durban, South Africa

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    Performance by Zulu male choir at a isicathamiya competition. 'Isicathamiya' translates from Zulu as 'to walk lightly like a cat or to tiptoe', and is characterised by an a capella singing style (unaccompanied voice). This recording is a little distorted.

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Ujes' akekho omunye (there is only Jesus).

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