Peter Cooke Uganda Collection

Baliraine, part 2 of 2

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    Lusoga song

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    Peter Cooke Uganda Recordings

  • Recording locations

    Bukoona village, near Iganga, Busoga, eastern Uganda

  • Performers

    Silagi, Silagi's group

  • Recordist

    Cooke, Peter

  • Description

    Item note: Lusoga song. Analytical recordings with musicians entering in turn (repeat of previous song). Performance note: With instrumental ensemble; One xylophone part, then thumb piano, then flute, then 4 enkwanzi in turn, then second xylophone part, then rattle, then fiddle, then "Uganda" drum, then long drum (higher pitched), then all, then budongo (lamellaphone). Performer's note: Silagi and group. Semi-professional farmer musicians. Group members: Siraji Kirimungo (aged 35) leader, dancer, vocalist and composer; Musa Kirimungo, nkwanzi (panpipes), dancer and drummer; Bakali Kirimungo, Long drum and dancer; Yusuf Kirimungo, Drummer; Perezi Kirimungo, flute; Basalirwa Kirimungo flute; Simon Kirimungo, fiddle; Mudhasi Kirimungo, notched flute; Kalifani Bin Bumali, xylophone; Sulaiti, xylophone; Dhikusooka Kirimungo, Nkwanzi panpipes; Kaawa Kirimungo, dancer; Fred Kirimungo, lamellaphone; Farida Kirimungo, dancer; Awali Bate, flute; Kagoya, dancer. (List supplied by Silaji. Written down by Banadda. Some of the `flutes' must be enkwanzi (panpipes). Contains more names than those who performed for this session. Group is 15 yrs old. Many locals are learning these instruments. Recording note: Recorded with Stellavox and Sennheiser omni microphones, 7/12ips stereo. Recordist's note: In Peter Cooke's notes, this is PCUG90.5.3.

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