From Mud to Music: The Production and Uses of Clay Drums in Morocco

FIGURE 1. Screenshot from Tarija from mud to music showing the construction of a ta’rīja FIGURE 2. Ta’rīja-s of different sizes in Ahmed Rougan´s workshop (Sebt Douib) FIGURE 3. A member of the h. amādša confraternity playing a harrāz in Marrakech, during a visit of the king Mohamed VI (December 2016) FIGURE 4. Some of…

Competenze femminili nel canto a più voci di ambiente contadino della Sicilia orientale

4:08 Capillu rrizzu nciammatu r’amore (Capelli ricci infiammati d’amore) 81 views 1:27 Spunta lu suli (Spunta il sole) 86 views 1:44 Àcula si d’aggentu ie potti l’ali (Aquila sei d’argento e porti le ali) 59 views 2:21 Occhi di na camelia ceca amanti (Occhi di una camelia acceca amante) 46 views 1:29 Ora l’amici mia…

«Less Is More, My Friend!». Sibongile Kgaila and Solly Sebotso: Four-String Guitar Song Composers from Botswana

FIGURE 1(a). Ronald “Ronnie” Moipolai performs his characteristic motional pattern FIGURE 1(b). Ronald “Ronnie” Moipolai performs his characteristic motional pattern FIGURE 2. Map of Botswana FIGURE 3. Bontshetse Sebako playing her setinkane (Gaborone, 30th June 2018_photo S. Montaquila) FIGURE 4. Thojane Ikageng playing his segaba (Maun, 11th July 2018_photo S. Montaquila) FIGURE 5. Home-made guitar…

Musical Bows and the Spirit of Human Discovery

FIGURE 1(a). Hunting bow transformed into a mouthbow by !Kung’ speaking performer Ndala Lupupa FIGURE 1(b). Hunting bow transformed into a mouthbow by !Kung’ speaking performer Ndala Lupupa FIGURE 2. Mpeli, monoidiochord zither played by two youngsters_Maurice Djenda and Moise Mbongo in their village FIGURE 3. Daimon Tembo from Mozambique plays his self-constructed friction bow…