John Brearley Botswana Collection

G/asse G/ishe. Mouthbow solo. N!o bu ku k!a

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  • Is part of (Collection)

    John Brearley Botswana Collection

  • Recording locations

    Grootlaagte, north-west of Ghanzi in western Botswana, Botswana

  • Performers

    G/ishe, G/ashe (mouthbow)

  • Recordist

    Brearley, John

  • Description

    This song refers to flowers which are opening. Mouthbow without brace and later with brace, when playing without brace, he gets and odd vibrating effect; Brearley adds he couldn't see how. Also he (the musician) fastened the brace close to one end, calling it a bridge.

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