REC 130 The Music of Africa by Various

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Catalogue numberREC 130
TitleThe Music of Africa
Cover conditionNear mint
Record conditionNear mint
BBC records label codeC
Item deleted?Yes
Distributed / printed byBBC
Country of originUK UK flag
Media typePrimary
Media genreMusic
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Run-off codes / Shop bar codesRE + 130 + 1 + 2 BBC
RE + 130 + 2 + 2 BBC
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Side & trackTrack and ArtistLength
A1The title music of the TV series "Tutankhamun's Egypt" [Delia Derbyshire]
A2Yoruba talking drum (Nigeria) [Yoruba]
A3The Hen Killer (Uganda) [Luganda]
A4In praise of Mount Kilimanjaro (Tanzania) [Chagga]
A5Traditional Wedding Music (Tunisia)
A6The Kakaki and royal drums of the Emir of Ilorin (Nigeria)
A7Jembe langu (My spade) (Kenya) [Giryama]
A8The wanderer's song (South Africa) [Sylvia Moore / Bernard Broere]
A9Extract from Ethiopian Orthodox Church Service (Ethiopia)
A10A kalabera (Malawi)
A11Wena (South Africa) [Martha M'Denge]
A12Traditional Kasai song (Zambia) [Kasai]
A13Kwana kambambi (Angola) [Marimbeiros De Mucari]
A14Traditional work song (Zambia) [Tonga]
A15Dance music of the Ouled Nil people (Algeria) [Ouled Nil]
A16Chanting and dancing of the Gogo People (Tanzania) [Gogo]
B1The trumpet of Tutankhamun (Egypt)
B2Greetings from Podor (Senegal)
B3Lala Fatima (Morocco) [Idriss]
B4Tema Harbour work song (Ghana)
B5Gum boot dance (South Africa) [Zulu miners of the Robinson deep mine compound]
B6Lala (South Africa) [Martha M'Denge]
B7Fantang (Mauritania) [Toucoleur]
B8A Fulani Song (Nigeria) [Fulani]
B9Incantation (Gabon)
B10The ceremonial drums of the Asantehene (Ghana) [Ashanti]
B11The jilted girl (Tunisia)
B12A sansa solo (Sudan)
B13Kondawele (Mali) [Mopti Chorus]
B14"High life" improvisation (Nigeria)
B15Polly, put the kettle on / Row, row, row your boat and traditional singing and dancing (Uganda) [School Children of Wanseko]
B16Ore elese to ku (A friend who died for sinners) (Nigeria) [Choir Of St. Judes Anglican Church, Ebutemeta]
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