- Performer:Killimani Muslim School Choir
- Title:Africa Music from Tanzania and Zanzibar, Vol. 3
- Date of release:February 3, 1998
- Recording date:November 19, 1996
- Recording location:Radio Tanzania Studios, Zanzibar
- Size FLAC version1779 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1465 megabytes
- Size WMA version1967 megabytes
- Formats:APE ASF VOC MPC AHX MP2
feat: Kilimani Muslim School. 3. Sherehe Ya Harusi. Killimani Muslim School Choir. feat: Kilimani Muslim School.
Lucy Duran presents the first of two programmes from Zanzibar, the Tanzanian group of islands off the East coast of Africa. She gets to know the Swahili Arab-influenced musical style Taarab, and visits Ikwan Safaa, Africa’s oldest music club who this year celebrate their centenary. Last on. Sat 26 Nov 2005 15:00. BBC Radio 3. More episodes. Culture Musical Club and Bi Kidude-Zanzibar 2005. See all episodes from World Routes. Lucy Duran introduces the Zanzibar programme sailing to Tanzania.
Music From Tanzania and Zanzibar, Vol. Composers. Kilimani Muslim School Kilimani Muslim School Kilimani Muslim School Kilimani Muslim School Kilimani Muslim School Kilimani Muslim School. By Kilimani Muslim School. 1. Ameumbwa - Rashid Abdallah, 12:440:30. Listen to Music From Tanzania and Zanzibar, Vol. 3 in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Box 2647 Bwejuu, Zanzibar Central/South, Tanzania. 255 776 657 794. Contact Kilimani Kwetu Bungalows Bwejuu Zanzibar East-Coast on Messenger.
Islam is the most prominent religion on the island of Zanzibar. According to the CIA Factbook, more than 99% in the island are Muslim. The vast majority of Muslims in Zanzibar are Sunni of Shafi'i school of jurisprudence with minority Ibadi, Ismaili and Twelver Shia. Islam came to Zanzibar in the 8th century. There is also a presence of Ahmadi Muslims in Zanzibar. According to one source, "Islam in Zanzibar inspired anti-colonialism, political movements and nationalistic struggle for independence.
List of popular events in Kilimani, Tanzania which will be held soon. List of best places in Kilimani, Tanzania by category. 2. By Various Artists. Sule - Patric Balisidya and Nyota. Weiyangu soni - Tondo. Italaqueno (Men from Italaque): Mangenge - Kusini Dela Dela Group. 4. Tumpambe Salmini - Beni. 2 now. 2 in full in the this site app.
Starinar Torrents: Traditional, Tribal, Ritual, Sacred and Indigenous Music. ENJoY! Music From Tanzania And Zanzibar. Here the focus is on traditional music, with several groups from two African countries whose music is less well known and highly exciting. Who doesn't remember the Wagogo, women - popular favourites with the audience at the Falun Folk Music Festival in 1996? Quality: 128kbps + cover.
CreditsHasan Abdallah - Vocals
Rashid Abdallah - Vocals
Islim Ali - Drums
Jerker Andersson - Cover Photo, Photography
Robert Carroll - Translation
Kilimani Muslim School - Primary Artist
Killimani Muslim School Choir - Primary Artist
Rashid Masuhudi - Arranger
Masud Hussein Mfaome - Leader
Abdallah Mussa - Vocals
Jan Persson - Graphic Design
Mohamad Salum - Composer
Torbjörn Samuelsson - Editing, Engineer, Mixing
Sten Sandahl - Editing, Liner Notes, Mixing, Producer
Lars Silén - Editing
Kjell Söderqvist - Assistant Producer
|1||Ameumbwa Mohamad Salum||Killimani Muslim School Choir feat: Kilimani Muslim School||12:44|
|2||Swala Ya Mtume Mohamad Salum||Killimani Muslim School Choir feat: Kilimani Muslim School||8:24|
|3||Sherehe Ya Harusi Mohamad Salum||Killimani Muslim School Choir feat: Kilimani Muslim School||5:41|
|4||Harusi Yoyo Mohamad Salum||Killimani Muslim School Choir feat: Kilimani Muslim School||4:07|
|5||Ana Laarif Shai An Mohamad Salum||Killimani Muslim School Choir feat: Kilimani Muslim School||9:33|
|6||Msalieni Mbora Mohamad Salum||Killimani Muslim School Choir feat: Kilimani Muslim School||14:43|