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  • Performer: Hugh Tracey
  • Title: African Dances Of The Witwatersrand Gold Mines Part 1 ‎
  • Size FLAC ver: 1439 mb
  • Country: South Africa
  • Style: African, Field Recording
  • Other formats: MIDI TTA MP2 AU MP1 RA VQF
  • Genre: Country - Folk
  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
Hugh Tracey - African Dances Of The Witwatersrand Gold Mines Part 1 ‎ album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Msitso
Performer – Chopi Tribe*
A2 Chibudu
Performer – Chopi Tribe*
A3 Mzeno
Performer – Chopi Tribe*
A4 Inzumba
Performer – Tswa Tribe*
A5 Incaba No Ncofula
Performer – Swati Tribe*
B1 Lirogho
Performer – Pedi Tribe*
B2 Nuyimiso
Performer – Shangaan Tribe*
B3 Pojo Ntagati
Performer – Shangaan Tribe*
B4 Madumwa Kalwa Machonogola
Performer – Shangaan Tribe*
B5 Akanji Gele Malega
Perfomer – Nyanja Tribe*Performer – Chewa Tribe*
B6 Mlembe Special
Performer – Swati Tribe*

Notes

blue-silver stereo label
Photgraphed by Kalahari Films

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LF 1254, LF.1254 Chopi Tribe*, Tswa Tribe*, Pedi Tribe*, Shangaan Tribe* Chopi Tribe*, Tswa Tribe*, Pedi Tribe*, Shangaan Tribe* - African Dances Of The Witwatersrand Gold Mines Part 1 ‎ ‎(10", Album, Mono) Decca, Decca LF 1254, LF.1254 South Africa 1953
LF 1254 Hugh Tracey African Dances Of The Witwatersrand Gold Mines Part 1 ‎ ‎(10", Album) The Decca Record Company LF 1254 South Africa Unknown
GALP 1032 Hugh Tracey African Dances Of The Witwatersrand Gold Mines Part 1 ‎ ‎(LP) Gallotone GALP 1032 South Africa Unknown
GALP 1032 Hugh Tracey African Dances Of The Witwatersrand Gold Mines Part 1 ‎ ‎(LP, Mono) Gallotone, Decca GALP 1032 UK Unknown


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Artist: Various Artists Recorded by Hugh Tracey. Album: African Dances of the Witwatersrand Gold Mines, Part 1. Release year: 2011. Various Artists Recorded by Hugh Tracey - Mzeno Movement 01:47. Various Artists Recorded by Hugh Tracey: best 2 tracks. Various Artists Recorded by Hugh Tracey - Aye welele wa mhalaka Musical Instruments 6. Guitars 1, 2011 03:09. Various Artists Recorded by Hugh Tracey - Tshikona Music from the Roadside 2, 2011 02:44. Artist: Various Artists Recorded by Hugh Tracey.

Recorded By, Compiled By, Liner Notes – Hugh Tracey. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.African Dances Of The Witwatersrand Gold Mines Part 2 ‎(LP).

Hugh Tracey, African Dances of the Witwatersand Gold Mines, Cape Times Ltd, 1952, p. 4. ^ "Maa – Categories". Retrieved 2015-11-12. comで取得されています。 ". Laleyio. Archived from the original on 2011-08-02.

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Hugh Tracey (1903–1977) founded the International Library of African Music (ILAM) and is well known for his recordings of traditional African music. This paper examines Tracey’s written representations of African music and of the musical interactions involved in the formation of his archive, finding contradictory repressive and collaborative elements in his work and an ambiguous stance toward musical difference. In doing so, it reveals Tracey’s implication in racialized colonial and apartheid power structures and challenges the celebratory view of him as a champion of indigenous culture.

The first recorded discovery of gold on the Witwatersrand was made by Jan Gerrit Bantjes in June 1884, on the farm Vogelstruisfontein, and was followed soon thereafter, in September, by the Struben brothers who uncovered the Confidence Reef on the farm Wilgespruit, near present-day Roodepoort. The first recorded discovery of gold on the Witwatersrand was made by Jan Gerrit Bantjes in June 1884, on the farm Vogelstruisfontein, and was followed soon thereafter, in September, by the Struben brothers who uncovered the Confidence Reef on the farm Wilgespruit, near present-day Roodepoort.

Andrew Tracey (born 1936). Hugh Tracey (1903–1977), founding director of the International Library of African Music. Colin Turnbull (1924–1994). Culture was an integral part of the struggle for independence, which began in 1964. Leaders of the independence movement used cultural solidarity to gain support from the common people, while the Portuguese colonialists promoted their own culture. By the time independence came in 1975, Mozambican bands had abandoned their previous attempts at European-style music, and began forging new forms based out of local folk styles and the new African popular music coming from Zaire, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Zambia and South Africa.

The gold fields of the Witwatersrand Basin in South Africa are, by a landslide, the largest single gold producing district in the world. It has produced some 2 billion ounces over a century of mining and at an average grade of 15 g/t Au with a current head grade of 6-10 g/t Au and they still have estimated reserves of some 1,161 billion ounces (36,000 tonnes). One side effect of early and very long term mining are the huge tailing piles from the old mines. These are currently being re-processed to extract the remaining gold. Although a rare exploration target, junior exploration companies Novo Resources and Inventus Mining have paleoplacers related projects. Novo Resources is working on paleoplacer projects in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, while Inventus has a project in the Huronian Basin near Sudbury, Canada.

 Here is some history of the Witwatersrand Gold Style Ore Deposits as they related to South Africa since the arrival of the Dutch and the southernmost tip of the continent in 1652. The Dutch set up a small fort where Cape Town stands today and started Market Gardens as a place that the Dutch East India Company ships to shelter and to restock with freshwater and provisions on the long journey between Holland and East Indies. Over the next 17 year he steadily brought out all the small claim owners until he achieved a monopoly. But where was that next opportunity?


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