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HOW MESSAGES ARE SENT ON THE TALKING DRUM
OURSELVES AS OTHERS SEE US
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African languages amekuya announcement asoqya baEna baiso baMbole Bantu languages Belgian Congo bosongo olimo Boyele's called canoe Central Africa ceremonies chief dance described distance down-river drum beating drum language drum messages drum name drum phrases drum signalling English European father fish forest fri-fri-fri girl give given gongs high note hole hollowing instrument jackal kabile kbzi Kele drum language Kele language kind languages of Africa likolo ko nda lips lokasa Lokele country Lokele drum Lokele drummers Lokele village Lokele-land low note manioc Mbae tribe Mbane means missionary moon native nda lokonda neighbouring nyango occur olimo ko nda Olombo olongo reference rites river sango sent sentence sese shout skin-topped drums slit slit-drum sound spirit spitting cobra spoken Kele spoken language Stanleyville area stress syllables talking drum tone tongue tortoise town tree tribal tribesmen Tumba drum up-river usually vowel West Africa whistle Yaamba Yabkombe yaku