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Maja Kominko

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17.1

Orchestre Honoré Coppet, “no title” (1963), 4’40”. Syliphone2-068-02. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

573

17.2

Syli Orchestre National, “Syli” (c. 1962), 4’33”. Syliphone3-248-3. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

573

17.3

Balla et ses Balladins, “PDG” (c. 1970), 5’22”. Syliphone2-089-08. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

573

17.4

Orchestre de la Paillote, “Dia” (1967), 3’48”. Syliphone4-358-10. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

574

17.5

Orchestre de la Garde Républicaine 1ère formation, “Sabougnouma” (1964), 4’25”. Syliphone2-067-02. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

574

17.6

Kébendo Jazz, “Kankan diaraby” (1964), 3’20”. Syliphone2-052-03. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

574

17.7

Orchestre Féminin Gendarmerie Nationale, “La bibeta” (1963), 3’41”. Syliphone4-382-08. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

574

17.8

Syli Authentic, “Aguibou” (c. 1976), 7’04”. Syliphone2-077-01. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

575

17.9

Koubia Jazz, “Commissaire minuit” (1987), 5’40”. Syliphone4-022-03. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

575

17.10

Bembeya Jazz National, “Ballaké” (c. 1972), 8’02”.
Syliphone2-091-01. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

575

17.11

Kouyaté Sory Kandia, “Miniyamba” (c. 1968), 2’24”.
Syliphone4-380-05. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

576

17.12

Kouyaté Sory Kandia, “Sakhodougou” (c. 1973), 8’26”.
Syliphone3-168-4. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

576

17.13

Mama Kanté avec l’Ensemble Instrumental de Kissidougou, “JRDA” (1970), 4’37”. Syliphone4-251-12. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

576

17.14

Fodé Conté, “Bamba toumani” (c. 1978), 3’33”. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

576

17.15

Les Virtuoses Diabaté, “Toubaka” (c. 1971), 4’22”. Syliphone4-047-04. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

577

17.16

Kadé Diawara, “Banankoro”(c. 1976), 4’25”. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

577

17.17

M’Bady Kouyaté, “Djandjon” (c. 1974), 7’35”. Syliphone4-322-03. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

577

17.18

Femmes du Comité Landreah, “Révolution” (1964), 2’54”.
Syliphone3-068-3. Sung in the Susu language. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

578

17.19

Musique Folklorique du Comité de Guèlémata, “Noau bo kui kpe la Guinée ma” (1968), 2’33”. Syliphone3-088-3. Sung in the Guerzé language. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

578

17.20

Sergent Ourékaba, “Alla wata kohana” (c. 1986), 2’10”. Syliphone4-755-06. Sung in the Fulfuldé language. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

578

17.21

Binta Laaly Sow, “56” (c. 1986), 5’01”. Syliphone4-581-09. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

579

17.22

Farba Téla, “Niina” (1979), 7’52”. Syliphone3-097-2. With permission from Sterns Music, all rights reserved.

579

18.1

Golha-yi javidan 85, broadcast between 1956 and 1959. Public Domain.

591

18.2

Golha-yi rangarang 158, broadcast between 1956 and 1972. Public Domain.

591

18.3

Barg-i sabz 23, broadcast between 1956 and 1972. Public Domain.

591

18.4

Yik shakh-i gol 196, broadcast between 1956 and 1972. Public Domain.

591

18.5

Golha-yi sahra’i 14, broadcast between 1960 and 1972. Public Domain.

591

18.6

Golha-yi taza 200, broadcast between 1972 and 1979. Public Domain.

604