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African Music

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War Song
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Song of Praise
1:57
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Song for Chief
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Dance Song
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War Song
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Herding Song, Marraige Song, Lullaby
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Wrestling Match Song
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Orphan's Wail
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Battle Signals
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Ceremonial Songs for Oba's Wife and Oba
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Secret Society Dance Songs
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Secret Society Dance Songs
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 30:43

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aikicinema

Just listen to the samples. This is a very old ethnographic recording with hisses and crackles. No judgement. Just a heads up.

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