Opira Morise Kato – Can lobo

Can lobo

This new recording of Opira Morise Kato is called 'Poverty of the world'. He sings about what happened and is still happening to the Acholi people of northern Uganda.

 

Ogwang Clipper - Wilobo okwanyo mega

In this song Ogwang Clipper complains that all his children were taken from him.

Stephen Komakech

Musicians, radio presenters, choir directors and other music admirers in northern Uganda explain -within one minute- what music means to them.

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Opira Morise Kato – Can lobo

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | 1 Comment

This new recording of Opira Morise Kato is called 'Poverty of the world'. He sings about what happened and is still happening to the Acholi people of northern Uganda.

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Ogwang Clipper – Wilobo okwanyo mega

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In this song Ogwang Clipper complains that all his children were taken from him.

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Stephen Komakech

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | No Comments

Musicians, radio presenters, choir directors and other music admirers in northern Uganda explain -within one minute- what music means to them.

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Okony Tumangu Tim – Two oneko latina

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This song is about the children who have died due to Nodding syndrome. During seizures they fell into fire or water and were killed.

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Cityboy – Anyaka maleng (with English subtitles)

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | No Comments

This song is about a beautiful lady who is at risk of being raped by anyone when she is drunk.

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Lukeme Kalule – A man in courtship

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Lukeme Kalule: “This song is about a man who is in courtship after he has stolen cassava from his in-laws. According to them, it shows that he cannot be a good husband.”
Lukeme Kalule is an Acholi musician from northern Uganda. He has a beautiful deep voice and plays his ‘lukeme’ (thumb piano) in a

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Xylophone Trio – An dano pa Lubanga & Tayatya

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | No Comments

This trio consists of three young students from Kitgum Public Primary School; Odong Oscar Kham (sitting alone), Kilenga Geoffry and Okemokoma Emmanuel.

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Olweny Maurice Abitingson – Pe nek dano (with English subtitles)

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | No Comments

In this song he plays the recorder and sings about how his cows and money have been stolen.

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Luo Academy – Introduction Ceremony at Onyama Wedding

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Luo Academy: “This traditional Acholi dance is called ‘Dingi dingi’. It is performed when a girl has introduced her boyfriend to her parents. They have to approve the relationship and give the go-ahead for marriage.”
Luo Academy is a northern Ugandan group consisting of four dancers, two ‘orak’ (calabash) players, two drummers and two members

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Opira Morise Kato – The problem won’t allow me to sleep

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015 | No Comments

Opira Morise Kato: “This song is warning boys that if they want to get married, they first have to think about it carefully. If they decide to marry a girl, they have to follow all the necessary procedures, which can cause some sleepless nights…”
Opira sings in Acholi-language and plays on a traditional Ugandan instrument

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