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  • Traditional Dances from Uganda - Vol. IV - VI

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- last update 02-2017

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With members from the Naggalabi Indigenous Theatre (NIT), a community of artists with a centre in Naggalabi for local, traditional and contemporary arts and crafts. The institution was founded by Sylvia Namulema Kigula and Eric Jjemba Lutaaya and is located in Nsangi su county Wakiso district, Uganda.

- Aisha Nakato - lead voice, backing voice, endege (ankle bells), kachenche (shakers), ululation, engalo (handclapping)

- Sylvia Namulema Kigula - lead voice, backing voice, embuutu (big drum), endege (ankle bells), ensaasi (shakers), engalo (handclapping)

- Ronnie Mwabaza - lead voice, backing voice, adungu (bow harp), endingidi (tube fiddle), engalabi (long drum), embuutu (big drum), namunjoloba (small drum), ensaasi (shakers), akacence (shakers), engalo (handclapping), whistle

- Israel Kalungi - lead voice, backing voice, adungu (bow harp), adungu bass (bow harp), endingidi (tube fiddle), embuutu (big drum), namunioloba (small drum), akogo (thumb piano), ensaasi (shakers), agwata (percussion gourd), endege (ankle bells), binyege (rattles), engalo (handclapping)

- Fizzè - endere (flute)

- Produced by Urs-Albert "Face Music"
- Recorded by Fizzè at Studio Mensch, CH-9476 Weite SG - July 2016 and mixed January / February 2017

- Mastered by Hansjürg Meier, Tonspur AG - February 2017
- Cover and Booklet: all photos: by Albi Art concept & layout by Albi

- Booklet front:
Members of the Naggalabi Indigenous Theater in costumes of Langi warriors
- from left to right: Richard Kasume, Eric Jjemba Lutaaya, Fred Lutwaama and Israel Kalungi

- Booklet back:
Ensemble Nit - members of the Naggalabi Indigenous Theater in costumes of the:
- from left to right up: Acholi people (2), Banyoro people, Rwanda people
- from left to right down: Rwanda people, Banyoro people, Banyankore people, Bakiga people

Many thanks to Sylvia Namulema Kigula with the texts and Hermelinde Steiner for helping with the translation.
Many thanks for the good soul by Rolf Zimmermann for his kindly help with the layout.



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