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Andy Patterson Staff Profile

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…s for a wide range of clients, from the world of pop music through to film composers. He has worked with Abubilla Music for around 5 years and has co-engineered and produced all of the releases to date. His past clients have included the late Gerry Rafferty, Q Radio, Bauer Media and Live8. His role for The Singing Wells project sees him heading up the engineering team in the field. He also works on the post production back in the UK and is respons…

Recording, archiving and sharing the traditional music of East Africa Page

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…continue to be practiced, can be shared amongst the widest audiences and become a source of inspiration for new musicians. Here for Research? Click here! Whether you are a Musicologist, a student or just interested in the field, head this way to see more of our detailed field reports, group biographies and in-depth information regarding the various different instruments and styles of music we have encountered on our field trips. Here for the Music…

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…form does not guarantee that your group or music will be featured on the map….

Kochia Traditional Dancers Group

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…ccompanied by drumming, and the Tung’, the Luo horn. You can contact the Kagan Kochia group for bookings on +254 700 600881 Sources: www.hivisasa.com www.allafrica.com Homa Bay, Kenya Leader: William Odero Ondiek…

Global Influences Project: Artist Submissions Page

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…uldn’t agree more! If you want to hear more of Mansa Chusa’s work, head to:https://instagram.com/mansachusahttps://twitter.com/mansachusahttps://facebook.com/mansachusa If you want to learn more about the Global Influences Project, head to singingwells.org/global-influences-project SHONA X EKHUNJWE MUSICAL GROUP This next collaboration comes from DJ and producer, Shona. This is our first submission using the beats from the Ekhunjwe Musical Group,…

Day Five: January 22, 2019 Mwanza Continued Story

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…his freestyle, where the group encourages the audience to get up and dance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRmP_vEbiMI&feature=youtu.be Group 2: Kidedeya: From Kagera, this group was formed in 2005 or 2009, and performs in the Omusingero style. Their instruments are: Ng’oma (Drums) and Nyimba (Shakers).  This was a group of wonderful dancing and costume changes. Every song a new and wonderful outfit. We recorded six performances: Omusingero:   A s…

Contact Page

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…se, please contact Victoria Denison Email Victoria: victoria@abubillamusic.com Our business addresses Abubilla Music Wey Court West Union Road, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7PT (A Limited Liability Partnership. Registered no: OC354221) www.abubillamusic.com Abubilla Music Foundation Valiant House 12, Knoll Rise Orpington, Kent BR6 0PG (Registered charity no:1142173) www.abubillamusicfoundation.org.uk Ketebul Music The GoDown Arts Center P.O Box 21737-00505…

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…oogle Analytics (with certain browsers) – info on which you can find here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout There is also the chance that other services on our site – such as embedded videos from YouTube, may also cause cookies to be saved to your machine. The other services we use on our site include Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.   Why are we telling you this? Well the European Union have introduced a new directive that makes it a require…

Field Recording Report by Kahithe Kiiru Story

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…d our influences artists – Fadhilee Itulya, performing one of his original composition called “Wango” accompanied by the mellow wound of South Teso adeudeu.   Our last session for the day was recorded at Kodedema village in Kamolo location of Teso sub-county (Busia County), at the home of Obasie Palnyang’. We were welcomed by his son Donald Obasie, who is a fine artist. The 80-year-old Obasie grew up with music, since his grandfather Okomol was a…

The Revival of the Entongooli Page

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…so that they will be able to continue these traditions for generations to come. Meet the Students In this weeks video, we meet some of the young and passionate students who are learning to build, craft and play the Entongooli. What we love most about this project is that it is providing opportunities for free education to these young people, as learning an instrument can provide opportunities for scholarships to local schools. Some of the childre…

Singing Wells Stories Page

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…e traditional music of the Batwa people. She was one of the members of the community who travelled to Nairobi to record at Ketebul Studios. One of her recordings was used for a special collaboration with Abubilla Music musicians. To listen to that, click here: http://snd.sc/18Raaae To view the page for the Mperwa Dancers, click here: Mperwa Dancers. Ker Kal Kwaro We recorded the Ker Kel Kwaro group on our second day of recording in Northern Uganda…

Guy Morley Staff Profile

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…ation. No Nation is an independent UK based arts programming and promotion company. Some of the festivals that Guy has programmed include The Big Chill, Brighton Festival and African Soul Rebels. Guy is also a freelance music promoter and DJ. In the course of his career he has produced a radio show called Afro Base, on Juice 107.2 and Totallyradio.com and been the resident DJ in several venues in Manchester. Working under the name Yam Yam, Guy Mor…

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…s from the coastal strip of East Africa. The peculiarity of the Benga beat comes from the combination of a sharp lead guitar overriding the rhythm and bass. The pace of the guitars, with a steady rise to a climax or crescendo and an equally quick refrain, together with the arrangement and sectioning mark benga apart from other music. Luo guitarists long cultivated a unique technique of playing the guitar. They commonly do not massage the strings a…

Our Sponsors Page

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…n Sports, London SW14 Type of sponsorship: donation in kind Thanks to Sheen Sports shop for providing footballs which we took as gifts to Uganda in 2013. During our field trips we often find that the whole village community comes to watch the performances we are recording. We have found that a football is an ideal and inclusive gift to offer the gathered crowd before we leave! http://www.sheensports.co.uk/      …

Video playlists from Kenya 2018 Story

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…youtube.com/watch?v=Jz1eILZlyLE&list=PL6jxUA468Mq-FBWk0X39BrJvKiw8sblnH Johnston Mukabi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9XDnObrl2g&list=PL6jxUA468Mq-nstKtQ3QajcsDJmBBv3v_ Mumia United https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPi-qsvbch0&list=PL6jxUA468Mq8_Fi8QkIlmsr9KuVVQQPg2 Dot Com Isikuti https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idHJE6QL_C4&list=PL6jxUA468Mq_ilLuHcABH8vHJri1c8QCE Super Phoenix Band with Julius Itenya https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oy4cBwvCpyE&…