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Episode #1101

From the Vaults: Black Umfolosi

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Thursday, August 16, 2007

Black Umfolosi, the Zimbabwean vocal ensemble (and dance troupe), performs traditional and original works from Zimbabwe in the WNYC studio. Members of the internationally acclaimed harmonic acappella singing and traditional African dance group also present selections from their studio album, Festival - Umdlalo. This From the Vaults episode was first broadcast in 1996.

PROGRAM #1101: With guests Black Umfolosi

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

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SOURCE

Black Umfolosi

Festival - Umdlalo

Helele Mama Afrika {3:00}

World Circuit #037. Try Amazon.com

Black Umfolosi

Live

Phetsheya Kwezilwand Le {4:00}
Emthimbeni Wedding {3:30}

Not recorded commercially. For information on the group, check their management’s website: adastra-music.co.uk>

Black Umfolosi

Festival - Umdlalo

Salu 'Landela {4:00}
Take Me Home {3:30}

See above.

Black Umfolosi

Live

Side of the City {3:30}

See above.

Black Umfolosi

Festival - Umdlalo

Bazali Bethu {3:30}

See above.

Various Artists

The Big Bang - In the beginning was the drum

Cinelu & Jinda: Village {4:00}
Tommy Hayes: Jimdance {2:00}
R. Flatischler & Samul Nori: Hein-Sa (excerpt) {2:30}

Ellipsis Arts #63400 (3-CDs). Try Amazon.com

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Comments [1]

charles clarke from nj

is this show available as a podcast?

Aug. 16 2007 11:28 PM

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