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Homepage of a Gambian Griot school. You will find information about the school itself, about its founder, the griot Dembo Jobarteh and some simple information about griot songs and music, furthermore audio and video samples. [editors ilissAfrica]
web.archive.org/.../index.html
Homepage of Roderic Knight, Professor of Ethnomusicology at Oberlin College Conservatory. You will find some Infos on Gambian Kora players and drummers, audio samples, the "Guide to the Ethnomusicology LP Collection in the Oberlin College Conservatory Library" and further links. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.oberlin.edu/faculty/rknight/
Pictures of griots in Mali in black and white by Olivier Gresset. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.reocities.com/paris/bistro/7168/index.html
Extensive site about the music and culture of so far 12 peoples in Kenya. It is best to navigate via "tribes" or "index" in the black menu bar at the top of the site. The menu bar on the left hand side is somewhat confusing as you end up in the section for Turkana people by pressing on the "prehistory"-b... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.bluegecko.org/kenya/
Site about the economic "capital" of Gabon, the city of Port-Gentil, on the peninsula of Mandji in the province Ogooué-Maritime. You will find different information about the city, including history and important personalities, but also about the culture and language of the Orungu (Orungu is also a ... [editors ilissAfrica]
mandji.net
Site about the Fang who mainly live in Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Cameroon and Congo-Brazzaville. The site mainly presents their language and their culture (music audio and video files with songtexts in Fang and translated, religion, origin and history, oral literature, ...). Furthermore there are some ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.monefang.com
Site of lecturer Agatucci with a complete online course pack, including handouts / summaries and resources. There are also some other sites and resources apart from the course (see table of contents). [editors ilissAfrica]
web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/hum211/
Site with a lot of diverse information about the Tonga people of Zambia and Zimbabwe. Especially woth mentioning is the big collection of Tonga proverbs and sayings, including translations and explanations. Furthermore, you can also find a list with Tonga vocabulary a small sentences. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.mulonga.net
Site for the promotion of the art, the culture, the customs and traditions of the Highlands of Western Cameroon, especially the Bamileke people and the region around Dschang. [according to site editor's information] [translated]
web.archive.org/web/20080410202822/http://www.dschang-online.com/
Site of the Centre d'Estudis Transfronterers of the Societat Antropogeogràfica a Barcelona with extensice resources about Sao Tome and Principe (basic data, Bibliography, audio-visual media, best of pages, cooperation and development, culture and tradition, natural resources, news ...) [editors ilissAfrica]
usuarios.lycos.es/antropogeo/saotomehome.htm
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