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Taarab 1: Music of Zanzibar
By Globe Style
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ean: 0029667303224,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 80 reviews
Taarab is the music of the Swahili-speaking, generally Muslim, people of East Africa & the Indian Ocean, with particular strongholds in Dar Es Salaam & Zanzibar - the music was recorded on a field trip to Zanzibar in March of 1988; both musicians were members of the long-standing Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club - Abdullah plays the ganoon, a zither-like instrument, while Sief plays the ud, from which the western lute developed..

By Real World
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mpn: 017046235822, ean: 0017046235822,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 147 reviews
Zawose can perform magic with his voice. He and his son--armed only with voices, thumb pianos, a Tanzanian violin, and ankle bells--create a landscape that takes you far away from the wherever you reside. So you don't understand a word? Who cares? The meaning and joy seep into your mind. This is music for the love of making music--something we seem to have largely forgotten in the rush of industry, biz, and hype. This is simply beauty on a stick. And it doesn't hurt that Zawose has one of the

Tanzania Vocals: Tanganyika 1950
By Brand:
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ean: 9789077068243, isbn: 9077068244,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 144 reviews
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Zanzibar: Music of Celebration
By Topic Records
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ean: 0714822091725,

4.6 out of 5 stars with 17 reviews
Taarab is the most common style of music performed at weddings on the island of Zanzibar - a unique blend of musical elements from the Middle East, India & the West, combined with, to varying degrees, local African musical practices. It is an essential ingredient of most celebrations. And when Zanzibaris are not playing taarab, they are playing maulidi. Here, recited chapters of the Koran are interspersed with kasida (hymns) accompanied on several tuned frame drums. These recordings were made

Tanzania Instruments: Tanganyika 1950
By Swp Records
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ean: 9789077068205, isbn: 9077068201,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 83 reviews

By Atmos
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ean: 4013429111161,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 39 reviews

African Acoustic - Guitar
By Original Music
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ean: 0719511002327,

4.2 out of 5 stars with 10 reviews

Tanzania: Music of Farmer Composers of Sukumaland
By Music of the Earth
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ean: 0600929301327,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 90 reviews
known as ''baringi,'' these composers are farmers first, but also act as singers & dance conductors, as well as communicators with dead ancestors (the spirit world is seen as the source for all new musical compositions) - recorded in 1994 & '95, tracks include historical pieces, festive labor songs & post-harvest competition pieces.

Kenya & Tanzania: Witchcraft & Ritual Music
By Nonesuch
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ean: 0075597206623,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 41 reviews

Rough Guide to the Music of Tanzania
By World Music Network
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ean: 0605633115826,

4.2 out of 5 stars with 8 reviews
Tanzania is the new music capital of East Africa and from the spice islands of Zanzibar to the shores of the great lakes, The Rough Guide To The Music Of Tanzania explores the diversity of the country’s culture as expressed in its popular music. This album features hip-hop with a Maasai tinge, Haya vocal rhythms from Lake Victoria, acoustic taarab sounds from the Indian Ocean, together with the guitars and horns of Dar Es Salaam’s most famous dance bands..

Zanzibara 3: 1960s Sound of Tanzania
By Buda Musique
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mpn: 860142, ean: 3341348601427,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 55 reviews
The craze for dance music began in Tanzania in the early 30s. Cuban rumba records were all the rage and the urban youth organized themselves into 'dance clubs' like the Dar Es-Salaam Jazz Band founded in 1932. The earliest instrumentation added brass instruments to local drums. Strings followed: violins, banjos, mandolins and guitars. The recordings in this collection date from 1968 to 1973.Shrink-wrapped.

Tanzania: Masumbi - Wagogo Entertainment Music
By Ocora France
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ean: 0794881680528,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 45 reviews
I will ship by EMS or SAL items in stock in Japan. It is approximately 7-14days on delivery date. You wholeheartedly support customers as satisfactory. Thank you for you seeing it..

Traditional Songs & Dances From Africa: Ojah
By Alliance
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ean: 0501939615902,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 7 reviews

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