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Songs and music
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Fjedur.; Anders Nyberg
|Notes:||All songs except Nkosi (Lord have mercy)--are traditional.
Subtitle from container insert.
Accompanied by 1 close score.
|Credits:||African words checked and revised by Tsokolo Muso ; translations by Jonas Jonson, Anders Nyberg, Michael Srigley and Gracia Grindal.|
|Event notes:||Recorded in Uppsala, Sweden, June 13, 1984.|
|Description:||1 audiocassette (approximately 60 min.) : 1 7/8 ips, stereo|
|Contents:||Side A. Freedom is coming ; Asikhatali (It doesn't matter) ; Gabi (Praise the Father) ; Singabahambayo (On earth an army is marching) ; Siph'amandla (O God give us power) ; Akanamandla (He has no power) --
Side B. Bamthatha (He's locked up) ; Vula Botha (Open Botha) ; Shumayela (Come let us preach) ; Nkosi (Lord have mercy) / music by G.M. Kolisi ; Siyahamba (We are marching) ; Haleluya! Pelo tsa rona (Halleluya! We sing your priases) ; Thuma mina (Send me Jesus) ; We shall not give up the fight.
|Other Titles:||Songs of protest and praise from South Africa|
|Responsibility:||Fjedur ; [songs collected and edited by Anders Nyberg].|
- Protest songs -- South Africa.
- Hymns -- South Africa.
- Anti-apartheid movements -- South Africa -- Songs and music.
- Political ballads and songs -- South Africa.
- Folk music -- South Africa.
- Anti-apartheid movements.
- Folk music.
- Political ballads and songs.
- Protest songs.
- South Africa.