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Music and Dance in Eastern Africa

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Kahithe Kiiru
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Maina wa Mũtonya

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A

Abdi Aden Haad 53–62

African residential estates 32, 33, 35, 43

Kaloleni 34–35, 37, 39, 42–43

Makongeni 32, 34–35, 39

Muthurwa 34–36, 39, 42–43

Ziwani 37, 42

Aga Galgallo 66, 70, 73

Alcohol

alcoholic victims 92

Alcoholism and domestic violence 92–93

consumption 19, 21

Anthropology 9

British 9

of dance and cultural studies 9

Autobiography 120–134. See also diary and memoirs

difference between 121

in Kenya 122–123

B

Ballroom 32–33, 35, 37–40

BBC radio 127

Black Atlantic 48, 49

Branchements 48

Brinkman, Inge 120

C

Change 103–104, 107–117

Christian 20

Churches 21

missionaries/missions 20–21

Colonial Choreography 16–27

Colony

British colonial administration 16–23, 27

British Somaliland 50

colonialism 22, 26

Colony Music and Drama Officer 24

Italian Somaliland 50

Kenya Colony 17–28

settlement/settler colonialism 17–20, 22, 24

Competitive festivals 23, 27

Culture studies 10–11

Cuud (oud) 76–77, 81–82, 84–86

D

Dance 120–134

Dance and performance 103

Dansi 38, 40

Diary. See Autobiography

Djibouti 48–61

Domestic violence 91

gendered violence 92

within the marriage institution 91–94

E

Electoral politics 66

Engender 103, 105–107, 115

Ethnic

and cultural boundaries 10

and national identities 11

competing interests 8

Ethnicity 66–67, 109

Everyday experience 8

and social conventions 11

music and dance as part of 8

F

folklore

folklorisation 24–25

Folklore 22, 24

heritagisation 21

G

Gadamojji 65, 69–72

Gada system 63–66

Gender 103–117

and control among the Gĩkũyũ 92

and power relations 95

constructs 92–93

debate 91, 95, 99

dialogue 97, 99

discourse amongst the Gĩkũyũ 97

divide 95

equity 96–97

in everyday life 99

insensitive 94

politics 94

relations 91–92, 98

Gender roles 104–105, 109–116

Genres 103–105, 107, 109, 111

Gonda dance 20

H

Haaraan 76, 79

Hargeysa 51, 56, 76–81, 84–87

Hargeysa Brothers 51

Heritage dance 16–17, 23–27

Heritage preservation 76–77, 80–81, 84, 86–87

Hiddo Dhawr 76–78, 80–87

Humanities

music and dance in the 11

thematic concerns of 9

Husband

bashing 91–92, 96, 99

battered 91

hen-pecked 93

penis chopped off 100

Hybrid 106–107, 110–111, 115

I

Identity 63–72, 103, 107–108, 110, 116–117

and performance levels 8

and politics 63

construction of state, national and ethnic 10–11

creation for community members 10

Idioms 85, 91, 99

gada terms 67

Instruments 103, 105–108, 110–112, 117

Interdisciplinary

barriers 9

labels 9

perspective to music and dance 11

Isukuti dance 20, 25

K

Kamaru, Joseph 93, 101–102

Kenedid, A. Hassan 48

Kenya 121–135

autobiography, diary and memoirs 122–123

Kiiru, Kahithe 8, 16

Kochore, Hassan H. 63

L

Labor 33, 41–43

Local-national lens 64

Love

and sex 92

in a male-dominated society 93

related tragedies 100

songs 94

theme of 91, 93

Love songs 76–77, 80, 84, 86–88

Luo 103–115

M

Maendeleo ya Wanaume 93, 97

Maendeleo ya Wanawake 100

Marriage

affairs outside 98

beating 91, 99

cruelty in 94

institution 91, 99

termination of 96

Marsabit Boran 64–66, 69, 72

Mau Mau 120–134

songs 128–129

Memoirs. See autobiography

Memory 120–134

childhood 125

Modern identity 40

Mpango wa kando 98

Multimodality 123–124

Music 103–117, 120–134

as therapy 83, 85

identity and politics 63

Music and dance 8–11

adjectives used 8

and socio-political realities 8

cultural expressions 9

genres 10

study of 8–10

within social and cultural studies 8

Musicians 36, 38–42

Daudi Kabaka 42

David Amunga 36

Eduard Masengo 36

Fadhili Williams 41–42

Fundi Konde 36, 42

Gabriel Omolo 42

George Mukabi 36, 42

Jean-Bosco Mwenda 36

John Mwale 36, 42

Music producers

Ally Sykes 40

Charles Worrod 40

Peter Colmore 40

Mũthĩrĩgũ songs 21

Mũtonya, Maina wa 8

N

Nairobi sound 33, 36–39, 43

Narrative. See performance

Nation

building and creation of national identity 9

post-colonial 8

National Front United 51

Native 17–27

Commissioner 21

Council 19

dances (ngoma) 16–27

reserve 20–21

stadiums 23–24

Native affairs 17–18, 22

Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o 122, 123

memoirs 120–134

Ng’weno, Bettina 32

Nostalgia 66, 72, 84–85

Nyeri

Nyerification 97

woman 92, 96–97

Nyeri County 92–93

O

Oral literature 126

and politics of gender and control 92–93

representation of women 92–93

Orchestration 17–27

orchestrated cultural diversity 25

P

Pan-Somalism 48, 55

Performance 8, 120–134. See also music and dance

and African independent school 125–127

and colonial legislation 128

and esthetics 130–131

as resistance 127–130

missions 125–127

of local politics and national identities, 11

of music and everyday experiences 8

of music and in Uganda 9

Political meanings of performance 127–130

Popular culture 103, 107, 113, 118

Popular music 103–104, 111, 116, 118

Post-war 50, 76–77, 80, 87

Prohibition

of dances 16, 19–21, 24, 27

Public space 51, 77, 79, 84–85

R

Radio 35, 39–41

Kenya Broadcasting Service 41

Railway Showboat 39–42

Railway 39–43

Railways 34–35

Railway strike 41

Representation 25–27

self-representation 26

S

Sahra Halgan 80–81, 83–87

Siyaad Barre, General 52

Social halls 33–42

Bahati 34

Tobacco Village 34–35

Social sciences

inclusion of music and/or dance in 10

relevance of music and dance studies in 11 thematic concerns of contemporary humanities 9

Socio-political change 64, 66, 72

Somaliland 76–85, 87

Somaliland National League 51

Somali National Movement 78, 80–81, 87

Speech and language as performance 124

Sponsor

as a form of financial security 98

in everyday parlance 98

Ndĩretha song 98

older male lover 98

Staging 16–27

Stereotypes 99, 114–115, 118

as a form of knowledge and identification 97

idioms and clichés 91, 99

in the everyday life of Kenyans 96

metaphors emanating from the gender discourse 97

of a Nyeri woman 96–97

of the Gĩkũyũ woman 96

of women from Mũrang’a, Kiambu and Nyeri 97

Sugar daddy

in songs 93

lovers 93

motif in the 60s and 70s 98

Sugar Daddy Lover - novel 100

Sugar mummy 98

Cougar Town 93

image of 99

older women lovers 95

Sugar Mami song 93

Symbolism 63–65, 72

Syncretize 64

T

Taarab 64

Thum nyatiti 109, 111–113

Thum Nyatiti 105–107

Tom Mboya 42–43

Tourism, cultural 24–27

tourismification 26

Traditional as opposed to Christian 126–127

Traditional music

and dance expressions 10

eroticization of traditional ngoma 10

genres 10

Trends 103–104, 110, 114

W

Wainaina, Binyavanga

kimay 120, 124–125, 132

memoirs 120–134

Wangari Maathai 127

Wife

and husband relationships 93

cruel 94

expectations of the 96

first 96–97

second 96

Woolner, Christina J. 76

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