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Traditional music instruments of Kenya

Hellen Atieno Odwar

Traditional music instruments of Kenya

a comprehensive resource book for teachers and learners

by Hellen Atieno Odwar

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Published by Hato Publishers and Research Consultants in Maseno [Kenya] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Hellen Atieno Odwar.
The Physical Object
Pagination103 p. :
Number of Pages103
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16270377M
ISBN 109966715002
LC Control Number2007380381
OCLC/WorldCa122310663

Music and Dance: Traditionally, Kenyan music originates from several sources. Many of the Nomadic tribes of this region share some common ground in the use of songs and chants, particularly among Maa speaking groups. Maa song has always played a large role in ceremonial life, and continues to. Published by Paulinas, the book, by ethnomusicologist Júlio Silva, describes traditional musical instruments of Mozambique and will contribute to the knowledge and preservation of the artistic and cultural heritage of the country.

Situated off the East African coastline, Kenya’s musical panorama is richly endowed and remarkably diverse. In addition to its entertainment value, indigenous music fits the bill of being the proverbial bottomless well – from whose depths masses come to sip and quench their thirst for idioms or song-driven social messages. Through music, the country’s estimated . From the Traditional Music and Cultures of Kenya, a multimedia encyclopaedia dedicated to all Kenyan tribes, including music and dance, history, culture, society, religion and beliefs, rituals and daily life, fables, legends, riddles and proverbs.

Yamaha Guitar FXA2 Musical Instruments, Kahawa Sukari. 9, KES Around a year ago we reported on a movement from East Africa that explored a new sense of excitement in the region, working at the intersection between traditional musical approaches and electronic music culture. A year on and things have continued to develop at pace. New festivals, parties and events have sprung up in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda focussing on a desire to represent and promote.


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AerophonesAfrican MusicAnkle bellsBajunBamboo trumpetbells Leg bellsbowl lyreChordophonescoastcoro Cow horncylindricaldanceDigodrum Giriamadrums in KenyaElgeyoEmbuethnic groupsFacing Mount. Traditional music instruments of Kenya. Drums (Ngoma) The use of drums is elaborate and central to traditional dances in Kenya.

They are still used throughout the country. Drums come in many shapes and sizes. Different drums are used for different dances. Long horns. Benga music has been popular since the late s, especially around Lake word benga is occasionally used to refer to any kind of pop music: bass, guitar and percussion are the usual instruments.

Partially from and wholly from Kenyan popular music has been recognised through the Kisima Music Awards.A number of styles predominate in Kenya including Benga and. This list contains musical instruments of symbolic or cultural importance within a nation, state, ethnicity, tribe or other group of people.

Music is the soul and life of many people in the world. In some cases, national instruments remain in wide use within the nation (such as the Puerto Rican cuatro), but in others, their importance is primarily symbolic (such as the Welsh triple harp).

The Kora probably stands out as one of the most famous stringed instruments. It may also come in terms such as “Jali”. The design of the instruments is almost similar to that of a guitar. It features 21 strings placed on a gourd covered with the skin/hide of an animal.

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There are many African musical instruments scattered throughout Kenya. In some cases it appears that there will be nobody to carry on this tradition when the present exponent dies.

This means that in a short time, some of the traditional instruments of. Among traditional East African communities music making is closely related with and recognized as a social activity that fosters and reinforces communal unity2.

Besides songs and dances, music instruments certainly play a vital role in many events as well. First of all, mention must be made, that traditional East African musical instruments are. Musical Instruments Email. Subscribe. Musical Instruments in Kenya results found Refine Search Sort By.

Yamaha Keyboard PSR with bag New Zimmerman, Base Nairobi Monday, New Yamaha Keyboard PSR with carrying bag The NYATITI is an 8-stringed lyre from Kenya (Africa).

It is a traditional instrument played by musicians of the LUO tribe, ethnic group in western Kenya, in Eastern Uganda and Northern Tanzania that left hundreds of years ago from Lake Victoria to the influence of Egyptian culture.

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The advent of new musical instruments has led to gradual mutilation and transformation of these songs to suit the current generation. Although regarded traditional, the trending Luhya songs sung by modern artists or musicians seldom match the old-fashioned ones in terms of meaning and content.

Winyo performs traditional Luo songs infused with witty storylines, Afro fusion, Afro jazz, and Benga (a mix of contemporary music with traditional Kenyan Luo music in.

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Traditional music and dance of Kenyan communities. By Naomi Wachuka Kiai. INTRODUCTION. Music was a part of everyday life in traditional African communities. It was as The musical instruments used.

3) The costumes used. 4) The occasions when the dance is performed. 50+ videos Play all Mix - KENYAN TRADITIONAL MUSIC YouTube; Cee-Roo - Feel The Sounds of Kenya - Duration: Cee-Roo 1, views.