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|Title and Description|
| Title:||3 songs: Mundekye, Obworo, Ekyevugo|
| Date of Recording:||2004-08-21|
| Type of Recording:||Story of songs|
| Description:||Story title: Oshohore Okore: Song (1) By the wife: let me go out and work; (2) By the husband: poverty is bad;|
[From attached handwritten note:] Story: The man whose work was to drink sold his land and properties and at last drunk deposit on her daughter. He organised a give away traditional ceremony, but the girl escaped.
He was helped by their councillor after he was imprisoned because of graduated tax. He councilled him and his wife to get out and work.
The man went out for work from where he came with some money to begin some projects and put his daughter back to school.
When the daughetr got a job and a husband they came with other friends to visit their family. They all celebrated being well off.
| Group (ensemble):||Ngoma Troupe|
| Group leader:||Mwesigye Mazembe Milton|
| Performers:||Group performance: Rubanita (Drunkard man), Elivaida (Wife), Kyomugisha (Daughter), Puritazio (Son), Mzee (Grandfather), and others.|
| Performance Venue:||AIDS Information Center hall|
| Language(s) (from list):||Nyankore|
| Ethnic Group (from list):||Banyankore|
| Musical Instrument(s):||1 keyboard, 1 guitar, 1 drum, shakers|
| Musical Instrument(s) (from list):||Electrophone--Electronic keyboard|
|Rights and Technical Data|
| Rights:||Copyright © 2007 Vanderbilt University|
| Ownership:||Vanderbilt University|
| Conditions of use:||Click here for details|
| Submitter:||Balikoowa Centurio|
| Local Identifier:||25-04.rm|
| Record Number:||182|