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Title and Description
    Title:Tamenhaibuga dance
    Date of Recording:2005-07-19
    Type of Recording:Traditional dance
    Description:A traditional dance that means do not break the gourd (Eibuga) which is used when drinking a local gin called mwenge bigere or tonto made out of banana.

Artist Information
    Group (ensemble):Kasata and Nakisenhi Group
    Group leader:Kasata David
    Performers:Group ensemble
    Composer:Traditional music

Location
    Performance Venue:Outside the compound
    District:Iganga
    Region:Busoga
    Country:Uganda

Culture
    Language(s):Lusoga
    Language(s) (from list):Soga
    Ethnic Group (from list):Basoga
    Musical Instrument(s):1 embaire, 1 big drum, 1 small drum, 1 long drum, 2 tube fiddles, 4 pan pipes
    Musical Instrument(s) (from list):Idiophone--Xylophone--Embaire
Aerophone--Flute--Pan pipes--Obulere
Chordophone--Tubefiddle
Membranophone--Drum
Membranophone--Drum--Long drum
Membranophone--Drum--Small drum
Voice

Rights and Technical Data
    Rights:Copyright © 2007 Vanderbilt University
    Ownership:Vanderbilt University
    Conditions of use:Click here for details
    Submitter:Balikoowa Centurio
    Format:application/vnd.rn-realmedia
    Local Identifier:93-02.rm
    Record Number:636