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Traditional musical instruments of Tanzania

Kalokora J. Nsibu

Traditional musical instruments of Tanzania

by Kalokora J. Nsibu

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Published by Music Conservatoire of Tanzania in [Dar es Salaam?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tanzania.
    • Subjects:
    • Musical instruments -- Tanzania.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Kalokora J. Nsibu.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsML3760 .N78
      The Physical Object
      Pagination6 leaves, [6] leaves of plates :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4398243M
      LC Control Number78980069

      This musical instrument from Tanzania is currently art auction from Woolley and Wallis, with a guide price of £ I wonder what kind of sound it makes or what kind of music it's used in. I can't work out how it's meant to be played or if it's a beater! It is customary in the Western world for people to use the term 'African music' as if it were a single clearly identifiable phenomenon. Yet when one considers the size of the continent (the second largest in the world), the enormous differences in climate and terrain producing contrasting ways of life across the land mass, and, above all, its extreme multilingualism (more than different 5/5(2).

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      Worried by the growing trend, Mbassi Noa, alias Packo Mbassi, a Cameroonian singer-composer and producer of traditional musical instruments, has initiated a project to help save different species. In the precolonial period, trade, wars, migrations, and religion stimulated interaction among sub-Saharan societies, encouraging them to borrow musical resources from one another, including peoples exposed to Islamic and Arabic culture, who had integrated some Arabic instruments and techniques into their traditional music.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lewis, G.W. (Gareth W.). Traditional musical instruments of Tanzania. [Dar es Salaam]: Music Conservatoire of Tanzania, This book is a slight revision of the original edition, originally published in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Compiled by Gareth W. Lewis and E. Makala, with illustrations by J. Masanja, this work organizes and presents the traditional musical instruments of Tanzania according to Price: $   Historically, the music of Tanzania has been used by more than ethnic groups of Tanzania for specific functions, all aiming at expressing the various aspects of human life through the human voice and instruments.

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