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Montlebosigo playing the segankuru with a resonator made from a 5-litre can, Nata, northern Botswana, 1982

Montlebosigo playing the segankuru with a resonator made from a 5-litre can, Nata, northern Botswana, 1982

photo: J.S. Brearley

Tswana stopped-flute (ditlhaka) ensemble

Tswana stopped-flute (ditlhaka) ensemble

Witwatersrand University Press, Mrs N. Parnell, and the Africana Museum, Johannesburg: from P.R. Kirby The Musical Instruments of the Native Races of South Africa (1934) / photo P. R. Kirby

Khoisan Healing Dance, Ghanzi district, western Botswana, 1994

Khoisan Healing Dance, Ghanzi district, western Botswana, 1994

photo: J.S. Brearley

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Black Perspective in Music
Journal of the International Folk Music Council
African Music