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Video playlists from Kenya 2018 Story

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…ZWLQCNVUtE&list=PL6jxUA468Mq9Pd2xlX3D7Ru2MTTuT8KqS South Teso Jazz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VW0wNmuq8I&list=PL6jxUA468Mq_tVAwWIrPTe9FlbEmAWWBb Obasie Palnyang https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieNi3J-ky4E&list=PL6jxUA468Mq_807_5aRNd5562pLxoHfIl Omong’oluk Traditional Dancers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILMAhvkRtg0&list=PL6jxUA468Mq9LNfV2MxN2k1JwC-xu5n06 Samuel Namatete https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtkGVQFNoPw&list=PL6jxUA468Mq-RUCpUdI…

Kochia Traditional Dancers Group

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…ccompanied by drumming, and the Tung’, the Luo horn. You can contact the Kagan Kochia group for bookings on +254 700 600881 Sources: www.hivisasa.com www.allafrica.com Homa Bay, Kenya Leader: William Odero Ondiek…

The Revival of the Entongooli Page

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…so that they will be able to continue these traditions for generations to come. Meet the Students In this weeks video, we meet some of the young and passionate students who are learning to build, craft and play the Entongooli. What we love most about this project is that it is providing opportunities for free education to these young people, as learning an instrument can provide opportunities for scholarships to local schools. Some of the childre…

Nile Beat Artists Group

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…e UK, keen to evolve his sound. He plays the Kora, and much of his writing combines West African instruments with an East African writing style. Song Meanings “Ikobo Kobo”: It is a type of herb. It is a song about a girl who is very bitter because her mother will not let her play with her friends freely. The mother explains to her that she was barren but the spirits helper her to conceive so the spirits set the condition that she should never play…

Kahithe Kiiru Staff Profile

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…tive research methods, data collection and analysis, and is experienced in academic writing, content creation and editorial.Kahithe has a master’s degree (MPhil) in Ethnomusicology and Dance Anthropology from the University of Paris X Nanterre and is currently finalising her PhD in Anthropology (ABD) at the same university. She was recently appointed Head Choreographer for Bomas of Kenya, a national dance troupe tasked with the mission to preserve…

A Report by Professor James Isabirye – Indigenous music learning in contemporary contexts: Nurturing learner identity, agency, and passion News

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…raditional East african music and instruments. We know that generations to come will be grateful for the work he has put in to continue these traditions. He has also written a report analysing how indigenous learning can inform modern schooling, in which Singing Well’s gets a featured mention as collaborators within his project. You can read more about that here: https://journals.sagepub.com/eprint/XGBCQ8EJIVZXHMMGUZ2V/full James Isabirye is a lec…

We assemble in Kisumu Story

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…tive research methods, data collection and analysis, and is experienced in academic writing, content creation and editorial. Kahithe has a master’s degree (MPhil) in Ethnomusicology and Dance Anthropology from the University of Paris X Nanterre and is currently finalising her PhD in Anthropology (ABD) at the same university. She was recently appointed Head Choreographer for Bomas of Kenya, a national dance troupe tasked with the mission to preserv…

Ketebul Music Group

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…ng with a market-friendly package from each phase of research. The package comprises of a shorter, but succinct, popular version of the academic report and is contained in an attractively designed booklet. To reinforce it is an audio CD featuring re-releases of previous recordings along with a video documentary carrying intensive interviews, analyses, stage performances and archive footage. The global remix of the Abubilla Music song ‘Missing’ was…

Support Singing Wells Page

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…ermanent music archive and also to help the communities we visit gain an income from their music. You can help us support music communities in East Africa by sponsoring a song, a music group or a whole field recording day. The below link will direct you to a Paypal donation page, with payments made to the Abubilla Music Foundation to fund the Singing Wells project: — CLICK HERE TO DONATE NOW — Sponsor a Song£25 Your Gift to Us Your money will be u…

Here for Research? Page

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…photography of the different musical instruments used in East Africa. This database is constantly evolving as we discover and record more instruments. The instruments are tagged by their ethnicity, their recording location and the type (simply broken down into stringed, percussion or wind at present) Groups Detailed information about each group we meet on our Field trips. Head here to browse through groups by Location or Genre, or to search direct…

Field Recording Report by Kahithe Kiiru Story

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…d our influences artists – Fadhilee Itulya, performing one of his original composition called “Wango” accompanied by the mellow wound of South Teso adeudeu.   Our last session for the day was recorded at Kodedema village in Kamolo location of Teso sub-county (Busia County), at the home of Obasie Palnyang’. We were welcomed by his son Donald Obasie, who is a fine artist. The 80-year-old Obasie grew up with music, since his grandfather Okomol was a…

Martin Fredrick Muyeshi Staff Profile

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…journalist/cameraman to gain more experience.   He also joined Royal Media Services’ Citizen TV where he worked on the TV programmes Tabasamu, Nairobi Law andMashtakaas a Director of Photography and a Lighting technician.   He later joined Ketebul Studio, where he went on to work on several studio projects, among them the studio’scompilation “retracing” series that include Retracing Benga Music, Retracing Kikuyu Popular Music, Retracing Kenya’s Fu…

Day Five: January 22, 2019 Mwanza Continued Story

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…style, where the group encourages the audience to get up and dance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRmP_vEbiMI&feature=youtu.be Group 2: Kidedeya: From Kagera, this group was formed in 2005 or 2009, and performs in the Omusingero style.   Their instruments are: Ng’oma (Drums) and Nyimba (Shakers).  This was a group of wonderful dancing and costume changes.   Every song a new and wonderful outfit. We recorded six performances: Omusingero:   A song…

Singing Wells Stories Page

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…r the field report from that day. To visit the group page for the Micyingo community, click here: Micyingo To listen to the album of the Music of the Batwa, click here: The Batwa of Kisoro Okumu K’Orengo We met and recorded Okumu K’Orengo with his ‘Nyatiti Group’ as part of our field trip to record the music of the Luo in Nyanza in Kenya in December 2011. The group gave a great performance, one of the pieces ‘Ywak’ – a funeral song has featured on…

Andy Patterson Staff Profile

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…s for a wide range of clients, from the world of pop music through to film composers. He has worked with Abubilla Music for around 5 years and has co-engineered and produced all of the releases to date. His past clients have included the late Gerry Rafferty, Q Radio, Bauer Media and Live8. His role for The Singing Wells project sees him heading up the engineering team in the field. He also works on the post production back in the UK and is respons…