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Fighting, work, and dance songs from the Hlangwini and Southern Sotho people of South Africa

Various Artists
Fighting, work, and dance songs from the Hlangwini and Southern Sotho people of South Africa
Hugh Tracey recorded both the Hlangwini and Sotho culture groups at various sites in Matatiele District, Cape Province, South Africa in 1957. Included are songs for war, work, riding horses, and entertainment.

Track Listing

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Krubo Group of Hlangwini men 02:58
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102
Ndiy' nyama emnandi kwabaka bawo (I am good meat) Group of Hlangwini women 02:07
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103
Uyabaleka wemungoma hmu (The diviner runs away) Group of young Hlangwini men 03:39
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104
Hee ke bale (There are the horsemen, there they are!) Group of Sotho men 03:10
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105
Tula moana me (Hush, mother's child) Group of Sotho men and women 01:30
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106
Sake tlo bone sekate (Sake, come and see the damage done on the lands) Group of Sotho women 01:20
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107
Khajoane (The mountain eagle) Theko Moshesh 01:45