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... Verdon describes the Book Café in Harare, Zimbabwe - a combination restaurant, bar and performance venue where diversity is the norm. ...
The Clarinet in Zimbabwe
The Clarinet (1996) Vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 18-19
... Profiles Paul Bourdillon, head of the Zimbabwe College of Music in Harare, Zimbabwe. Describes how ...
Update Zimbabwe
The Clarinet (1997) Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 54-55
... Summarizes a series of master classes and concerts devoted to the clarinet held in Zimbabwe during ... events in and around the city of Harare were coordinated by Paul Bourdillon of the Zimbabwe College of ...
... A report highlighting traditional music research and activities in Zimbabwe since 1996 is presented. ...
... This article compares and contrasts two urban hip-hop scenes in Zimbabwe, traces the trajectory of both and provides definitions for each. ...
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... Twenty-five year old Island recording artist Tinashe, born in Highfield, Zimbabwe, is briefly featured, as is his debut EP, "Mayday." ...
... Reports the death on 25 November 1999 of Abraham Dumisani Maraire, International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM) liaison officer for Zimbabwe. ...
... versa, and how hip hop has specifically influenced urban pop culture in Zimbabwe. ...
Into Africa
The Strad (2001) Vol. 112, pp. 1384-1385, 1387, 1389-1390
... Chronicles a trip the author, an American violist, took to Zimbabwe to learn about her family ... history. Explains that her father, a Ndebele man from Zimbabwe, held very different views of classical ... music from her own. Indicates that in the townships, cities, and rural areas of Zimbabwe, classical ...
The Revolutionary Bass of Allan Mwale
Bass Player (1999) Vol. 10, No. 10, pp. 26, 28, 30
... Zimbabwe. Describes the role of hip-hop as protest music during Zimbabwe's independence movement in ...
The Aesthetics of Winky D's Zimbabwe Urban Grooves Music and an Overview of His Social Commentary on the Post-2000 Experiences in Harare and Other Urban Centres
Muziki (2011) Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 81-95

Winky D is a popular dancehall musician who has recently risen to prominence in Zimbabwe. The rise is partly linked to the Zimbabwe government's media reforms, through the Broadcasting Act (2001). It stipulated that radio stations should play 75% local ...

... Winky D is a popular dancehall musician who has recently risen to prominence in Zimbabwe. The rise ... is partly linked to the Zimbabwe government's media reforms, through the Broadcasting Act (2001). It ... agenda, and thus led to the growth of the Zimbabwe urban grooves music. Albums such as Vanhu Vakuru ...
Cultural Migrancies: Provisional Thoughts on Two Song-Dramas in the "Matter of Zimbabwe"
Muziki (2010) Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 116-129

If 'struggle' is the foundation of the new postcolonial literature and state, 'the matter of Zimbabwe' secures unquestioned tenancy to literatures of the folkways of yore. In this article, this false binary is disputed in favour of fusions and continuities. ...

... Zimbabwe' secures unquestioned tenancy to literatures of the folkways of yore. In this article, this false ... Zimbabwe' via two Shona song-dramas, whose construction and visions border on the timeless and ... Zimbabwe'. If 'struggle' is the foundation of the new postcolonial literature and state, 'the matter of ...
... A recording from the quartet of pianist Satoko Fujii (MTCJ) and the debut of double bassist Zimbabwe Nkenya (High Mayhem) are reviewed. ...
... most revolutionary sound to hit Zimbabwe since Thomas Mapfumo soundtracked the independence struggle ... --has caused enormous controversy in Zimbabwe. Combining hip hop beats, African rhythms and highly ...
MARIA TEBBO
The Beat (1995) Vol. 14, No. 4, pp. 74
... [...] Tchi murenga Zimbabwe" is a radiant celebration of Zimbabwe's independence, and Sam ...