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Global Influences Project: Artist Submissions Page

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…follow his facebook page here:www.facebook.com/ashisho254 Or follow him on Instagram & Twitter: @Ashishomusic SOFIA GRANT X WATMON CULTURAL GROUP Our first submission for the #GlobalInfluencesProject comes from the brilliant Sofia Grant. This collaboration between the rhythmic plucking of the Watmon Cultural Group and the haunting vocals of Sofia have created something magical and we can’t wait to hear from more amazing musicians and creatives who…

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…ined with their performance to preserve the incredible Ramogi dancing, a mainstay of traditional Luo culture. Ramogi was the patriarch of the Luo people, and this centuries-old dance is performed by mature men to beseech his spirit to possess them. Some moves of the dance represent the movements of birds, reflecting the ostrich feathers that the dancers wear. Led by Alfred Migure, they have built a reputation for themselves as one of the most exci…

What We Do Page

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…join in with the dances too. A typical field visit involves, in the first instance, identifying traditional, region music styles and groups in the area we are travelling to. Once we have the final itinerary, the Singing Wells team sets out by road with the mobile recording studio and spends up to a week in the field recording the local music groups we have discovered. Click here to read about a typical day in the field by Andy Patterson, our Abub…

Day 3 – Monday 3rd July 2017 Story

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…e had laid a piece of cow skin. This piece was placed on the resonator and installed using nails. He would then wash it with soap. The stages of nyatiti making we could not see were described later in an interview. Sewe explained how he treats siyala wood, from which arms and head of the nyatiti are made. He buries them in firewood to make the wood stronger. His explanation also revealed a more ‘liberal’ usage of many different types of wood for t…

Recce to Tanzania for our 2020 Field Visit News

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…urse on the ganun from ganun virtuoso and teacher Rajab. In a few previous instances, the importance of Singing Wells is emphasised when someone we record passes on some time after we record them. We were reminded even more of the importance of Singing Wells when we received the news of the death of a musician who we were set to meet that afternoon, Taarab Singer, Mzee Makame Faki. A brilliant musician and our thoughts are with his family and frie…

Day 1: Saturday, 2017 February 18th Story

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…rd traditional music and dance so we can preserve it and share it. In some instances, this is bittersweet as we fully recognize we are recording a style or genre that is dying and we are probably recording the last breaths. In Mission 1, we are purists – recording the village performances as they have been traditionally performed. This includes the background noises of ‘chicken and children.’ Generally we become surrounded by village children by t…

The History Of Benga Music: A Report by Ketebul Music Story

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…commonly do not hold hands or embrace as is the case with other music, for instance Congolese rumba. Benga fans will be seen dancing alone or forming a group, but not holding hands. Often the dancers break off from the circle of their partners and slink away, doing their own thing, sometimes becoming theatrical in their movements—flexing their muscles, feet and shaking their heads. They dance with freedom and even total abandon. Attentive Benga au…

Discussions on music and culture with a young Kenyan News

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…before, I might come home and my dad would be playing it on the radio for instance… but I don’t like it. Put yourself in my shoes — imagine your parents playing old-school church songs, chances are you’re not going to like it. It’s not really popular with young people generally. Why do you think that is? Well, we’re adverse and stubborn. We run away from tradition. And we’re heavily influenced by the west. I think a big part of that is because fi…

Current Leading Figures News

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…ding employment, promoting patriotism, love, hard work, name it. Music for instance speaks to the heart of the person..goes beyond the ears and brain as you might know, science has proved this already. Now, we have a festival annually that singly gives joy to the people in the villages but nobody around here would see value of entertainment in the villages, to the people. Why would anyone conceive support to a cultural project in the face of poor…

Archiving Guidelines News

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…discs and cylinders, optical discs, and magnetic tape, which have chemical instabilities that could be affected by adverse storage conditions. It is particularly useful because it demonstrates the differences needed in the specifics of storage for different types of establishments; homes and institutions, with materials that need to be preserved for differing lengths of time. It also provides information to be passed on to guests of the archive wi…

Day 7 (pm): Recording at the Airport Guesthouse, Entebbe Story

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…n, their leader, is a very well known player of the ‘Nanga’ (pictured) and instantly we could see he was incredibly talented, so we brought him with us to the hotel in Entebbe with his son, Odika Constantine. Recording at the Airport Guesthouse, Entebbe It was a lovely afternoon on the hotel grounds and a load of German guests just back from safari became the rather surprised audience. Throughout the recording we competed with some very loud bird,…

Kathy’s reflections on her Singing Wells experience News

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…m if they thought they hadn’t done something right in the performance. For instance if they started singing before the clapper board was out of the shot they had to start again. This unnerved and embarrassed them and they had to regroup before they could sing again. I felt it was important to talk to them before the performances to put them at ease, let them know what was going to happen and ask if they had any concerns or questions. Third, these…

More on the launch of the Ketebul Music website News

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…aced to understand the functionality that a music organisation needs in their web site. Taking this experience we developed a dynamic design and implemented a custom installation of WordPress, enabling all content areas of the site to be administered by the Ketebul team.”…