African Music: A People's Art
Engaging and enlightening, this guide explores African music's forms, musicians, instruments, and place in the life of the people. A discography classified by country, theme, group, and instrument is also included.
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THE AFRICAN MUSICIAN
THE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
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African art African music African musician alghaita Anthologie artistic Ba-Benzele Pygmies BAM LD Bamileke Baren Reiter Musicaphon Baule black Africa bow-harp bow-lute calabash centrafricaine Central African Republic ceremonies Chad Charles Duvelle choir Congo Dahomey dance dancers Djerma Dogon ensemble Festival flute funeral Gabon griots harp harp-lute harp-zither Hausa Music horn initiation Ivory Coast Kabre kakaki Kora language lithophone love song Mali Malinke mask Music from Rwanda Music of Black Music of Ethiopia music played musical bow musical instruments Musicaphon BM 30 musique des griots musique du Tchad Musiques dahomeennes mvet Naba Negro Niger Nigeria Nnomongan oboe OCORA one-stringed fiddle orchestra panorama percussion player Praise song previous record python rattles Reiter Musicaphon BM rhythm rhythmic Rwanda Sanza secret society Senegal Senufo Side singer singing skin slit-drum solo sound sound-box strings track traditional African music trumpets Upper Valiha village Vogue Contrepoint MC voice West Africa Western women xylophone zither