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Master fiddlers of Dagbon [electronic resource].

Publication:
Cambridge, Mass. : Rounder, 2001.
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 electronic resource
Series:
Contemporary world music

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Subjects:
Dagbani (African people) -- Ghana -- Music.
Folk dance music -- Ghana.
Music -- Ghana.
System Details:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Contents:
Dogua bayoyoyo = Do not feel sympathy for the tallest chief (7:02)
Wanda ya chi magani yaa baata = Someone who fears wants to use juju (6:33)
Mai karatu = A student (7:41)
Mai karfi = A strong person (7:44)
Ka mi zuhiri maanga = I have invited myself (7:12)
Ninsal' ku toi ban o dalirilana = A human being cannot know his benefactor (5:52)
Yaaro yaa sani baba = A boy knows the father (7:40)
Wariye jelima mai makada = The prince who has many goonji players (7:25)
Ba zai karfi, sai Allah ya yi lafia = No one has power unless God makes it so (8:03)
Yelizolilana lagfu = Lagfu, chief of Yelizoli (8:20).
Notes:
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Contemporary world music). Available via World Wide Web.
Contributor:
Braimah, Mahama.
Alexander Street Press.
Master fiddlers of Dagbon.
Other format:
CD 82161-5086-2
682161508627
OCLC:
689541919
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.