David Rycroft South Africa Collection
Illustrations from a 'Royal account of music in Zulu life': Enye enye enye enye (another another another another).
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Zulu folksongs and dance , dance songs-Africa (Zulu) , indlamu
KwaPhindangene, Mahlabathini, South Africa
Rycroft, David, 1924-1997
Princess Magogo provides an example an indlamu dance song, which the younger girls would sometimes perform at the qoma ceremony while the older people were drinking beer. This song is a dubbing of the original recording referred to in the publication 'A Royal Account of Music in Zulu Life with Translation, Annotation, and Musical Transcription' (Rycroft, D.,1975, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol 38, No 2, 357).