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Songs and music
|Additional Physical Format:||Original cat. no.:
|Material Type:||Music, Sound recording, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File, Sound Recording|
|Language Note:||Sung chiefly in Lugwere, Lugisu, Luganda, or Lunyole; some songs partially in Swahili or Arabic.|
|Notes:||Streaming audio files.
Title from resource description page (viewed March 03, 2016).
Includes PDF with liner notes in English.
|Performer(s):||Written and performed by the coffe farmers of the Peace Kawomera (Delicious Peace) Fair Trade cooperative in Mbale, Uganda.|
|Event notes:||Recorded in 2006 and 2008.|
|Description:||1 online resource (63 minutes)|
|Contents:||The benefits of coffee (Akuseka Takuwa Kongo Group) --
The people of Uganda (Balitwegomba Choir) --
Get up and grow coffee! (J.J. Keki and the Peace Kawomera Jazz Band) --
Hit the jerrycan! (Integrated Rural Development Support Programs Choir) --
In Uganda, everyone grows coffee (Mbiko Aisa Farmers Group) --
Let us continue farming (Kasimu Namanyala and Paul Mugoya) --
Construct a processing factory (Gumutindo Quality Choir) --
My beautiful wife, come back and we'll grow coffee (Peace Kawomera Jazz Band) --
Poverty is an obstacle to a good marriage (Masanda Group) --
Let all religions come together (Akuseka Takuwa Kongo Group) --
Salaam alaikum (Balitwegomba Choir) --
In Nangolo, we are all fired up (J.J. Keki and the Peace Kawomera Jazz Band) --
If you are stuck in tradition, change will not wait for you (Gumutindo Women's Group) --
The Bagisu people have brought vanilla and coffee (Matale Mirembe Vanilla Group) --
Educate our children (Balitwegomba Choir) --
We have improved our economic status (Mbiko Aisa Farmers Group).