CREM , Francee: Collection : Examples of xhosa music (umngqokolo, dances), 1985 [vidéo], recordings by Dr. Dave Dargie

Collection : Examples of xhosa music (umngqokolo, dances), 1985 [vidéo]

4 items (Voir liste)
Titre
Examples of xhosa music (umngqokolo, dances), 1985 [vidéo]
Déposant / contributeur
Dargie, Dave
Statut du document
Inédits
Contexte d’enregistrement
Terrain
Période d’enregistrement
1985 – 1985
Type d’accès
Consultation restreinte

Indications géographiques et culturelles

États / nations
Transkei
Populations / groupes sociaux
Xhosa

Mentions légales

Collecteur
Dargie, Dave
Éditeur
– Non édité (copie)
Droit d’utilisation
Restreint

Média associés

Média Prévisualisation
Titre
Extraits en ligne : UMNGQOKOLO – Thembu Xhosa – OVERTONE SINGING
Description
All these video recordings were made by Prof.Dr. Dave Dargie in South Africa from 1985 and 1998 among the Xhosa tribe . Mrs. Nowxayilethi Mbizweni sings the song “the Nondel’ekhaya with “ordinary” umnqokolo, umngqokolo ngomqangi and normal voice .
The trio perform Nondel’ekhaya with “ordinary” umngqokolo (Nowayilethi tried ngomqangi, but was battling with “flu”).
Consultée le 15 avril 2013
Crédits
Dargie, Dave
Titre
Extraits en ligne : OVERTONE SINGING UMNGQOKOLO by Xhosa women from SOUTH AFRICA
Description
Prof.Dr. Dave DARGIE made the best video recordings from 1985 to 1998 in South Africa with Xhosa female singers .
Consultée le 15 avril 2013
Crédits
Dargie, Dave

Items

Titre Numérisé Collecteur Lieu Année d’enregistrement Cote
d Examples of xhosa music (umngqokolo, dances) _01 d Dargie, Dave Transkei 1985 CNRSMH_I_1990_011_001_01
d Examples of xhosa music (umngqokolo, dances) _02 d Dargie, Dave Transkei 1985 CNRSMH_I_1990_011_001_02
d Examples of xhosa music (umngqokolo, dances) _03 d Dargie, Dave Transkei 1985 CNRSMH_I_1990_011_001_03
d Examples of xhosa music (umngqokolo, dances) _04 d Dargie, Dave Transkei 1985 CNRSMH_I_1990_011_001_04

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Published on May 17, 2012

All these video recordings were made by Prof.Dr. Dave Dargie in South Africa from 1985 and 1998 among the Xhosa tribe . Mrs. Nowxayilethi Mbizweni sings the song “the Nondel’ekhaya with “ordinary” umnqokolo, umngqokolo ngomqangi and normal voice . The trio perform Nondel’ekhaya with “ordinary” umngqokolo (Nowayilethi tried ngomqangi, but was battling with “flu”) Concert at Ngqoko, 22 march 1996 . Nowayilethi and Nosomething lead the Ngqoko group with umngqokolo etc….. Contact : Prof.Dr. Dave Dargie, Email: dave.dargie@t-online.de