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Literature
 
L01.01
Folk Tales of the Tribes of Africa (as told by Eartha Kitt)
   

The Elephant and the Tortoise (Hottentot)
How a Hunter Obtained Money from His Friends the Leopard, the Goat, the Bush Cat, and the Cook, and How He Got Out     of Repaying Them (Efik-Ibibis)
The Woman and the Children of the Sycamore Tree (Masai)
How It Came About that Children Were First Whipped (Ashanti)
The Child and the Eagle (Baila)
The Beautiful Girl Who Had No Teeth (Bavenda)
The Smart Man and the Fool (Bakongo)

 
L01.02
African Folk Tales Vol. 1, told by Bertha Parker
   

Umusha Mwaice
The Hunter and the Elephant
How beans came to have a black spot on them

                 
 
L02
Poems from Black Africa--read by James Earl Jones
    The Meaning of Africa
Stanley Meets Mutesa
Three Phases of Africa
The Damage You Have Done
My Africa
Africa's Plea
Independence
Blue Black
Black Blues
10  Where the Rainbow Ends
Oral Traditionals: 
11  Paddling Song
12  Nana Kru
13  Half Sigh
14  Foolish Child
15  Prayer for Every Day
16  O Lamb Give Me My Salt
17  The Little Bird
18  King of the Zulus
19  Absent Lover
20  Six to Six
21  Pass Office Song
22  Keep It Dark
23  Trousers of Wind
   
       
 
LI1
The Sufferty of Cassava (composed and arranged by James Iroha and the Masquerades)
       
                                     
Music
 
 
M01.01-.03
Anthology of Music of Black Africa
    Occidental Africa
Malinké
  Princes of Dahomey
Festival of the Tohossou
  Sonar Senghor and His Troupe
African Tribal Music
 
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    Baoulé   9 10 11 12   13 14 15 16 17 18  
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    13 14 15                            
 
M01.04
Music of Golden Africa (by Egbe omo Nago Folkloric Ensemble)
   

Étoiles des Neiges
Ise Oluwa Kole Paje O
Shekere (Rattles)
Akorah Anumah (Traditional)
Akorah Anumah (Popular)

Tondo Mba A Ndolo
Mia Bele
Adaawe
Mamwana Kufiki Munda
             
 
M01.05
West African Music
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M02
African Dances (contents not listed)
   

Afrika Mokili Mobimba
Lisie
Me Nsae Da
Broadway Special
Omo Olaja
Toomus Meremereth Nor Good
Miss Smodern
Leribe

Kenyatta Aliteswa Sana
10  Pole Musa
11  Robinson Olago
12  Kula Ajae Na Shari
13  Ndio Hali ya Dunia
14  Ugandzibyeli Akuxonga
15  Gwenasobya
16  Love Is Love
           
 
M11
Supplément à "Musique de l'Afrique" par Francis Bebey
    Vielle monocorde et orchestre
Solo de luth monocorde
Solo de harpe a huit cordes
Solo de harpe-cithare "Mvet"
Arc-en-bouche
Solo de flute peul
Alghaita et kakaki avec orchestre
Clarinette "boumpa"
Sanza
10  Xylophone
11  Chant et harpes
           
                                     
Speeches/Lectures
 
  SB1 South Africa and Apartheid Memoires: Political Imprisonment in South Africa (Dennis Brutus)        
 
SG1
Nadine Gordimer lecture May 1973 at Dalhousie University
    Part 1 2 3                          
 
SP1
Cosmo Pieterse lecture at IU on African Literature
    Part 1 2 3 Discussion                      
  SS1 Tradition & Modernism in African Literature (Émile Snyder March 24, 1970 Fine Arts Auditorium)      
 
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