John Brearley Botswana Collection

ǀ okori K ǁ ashe and Kǀ ishe. Dongo lamellophone duet. K ǁ ao g!u (a group of large trees)

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  • Is part of (Collection)

    John Brearley Botswana Collection

  • Recording locations

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

  • Performers

    K ǁ ashe, / okori (dongo - lamellophone), K/ ishe (dongo - lamellophone)

  • Recordist

    Brearley, John

  • Description

    These trees can be found together in a group; the tree is very hard to break, you can't break it. If it is[ ?] you can not break it. You can make firewood from it. If you build a house with it, that house can't fall, because it's strong. It is an important tree.

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