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The Significance of Stylistic Evolution of Kamabeka on the Bukusu Culture from 1945 to 2015
(International Journal of Science Arts and Commerce, 2018-02)
Technological, economic, social, religious, political and educational agencies have strongly impacted on the Babukusu lives and their music in particular. Their performances of kamabeka have shifted in time, venue and ...
Tero Buru: The Luo Musical Extravaganza and a Rite in a Rite
(Academic Journals, 2011-05-14)
Tero Buru was one of the Luo rites of passage performed at the funerals of adult members of the community. As a funeral rite, it was performed as the last rite before the body of the deceased is washed and taken to the ...
The Nzaiko of the Akamba: Music and Gender Identity Construction in the Community
(International Journal of Innovative Research and Knowledge, 2018-02)
One is born male or female (biological gender) but is exposed to social dictates to perform the roles expected of him or her in that society (Kameli, 2011). Gender identity is ones private sense of being a man or a woman, ...