BIBLIOGRAPHY
 
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MUSIC & IDENTITY
Transformation & Negotiation
edited by ERIC AKROFI, MARIA SMIT & STIG-MAGNUS THORSEN
first published 2007
by Sun Press, an imprint of African Sun Media, Pty, Ltd, Stellenbosch
414 pages
ISBN 978-1-919980-85-0

Ngoma
SINGING IN AN OPEN SPACE
Zulu Rhythm & Harmony, 1962 - 1982

liner notes by ROB ALLINGHAM

issued 1990

by Rounder Records (CD 5027), Cambridge, MA

made in Canada

Ngoma
DOROTHY MASUKA
Hamba Notsokolo & Other Original Hits from the 50s

liner notes by ROB ALLINGHAM

African Classics Series

issued (?)

by Gallo Music Productions (CDZAC 60)

made in South Africa

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THE VERY BEST OF THE MANHATTAN BROTHERS (1948 - 1959)

liner notes by ROB ALLINGHAM

issued 1999

by Gallo Record Company (CDZAC 77)

made in South Africa

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WORLD MUSIC — THE ROUGH GUIDE
Africa, Europe and the Middle East

edited by SIMON BROUGHTON, MARK ELLINGHAM, & RICHARD TRILLO

published 1999

by Rough Guide, Ltd, london

printed in Spain by Graphy Cems

ISBN 1-85828-635-2


THE NATION OF VOICE

South Africa | Popular Music

by ROB ALLINGHAM


SPIRIT OF AFRICA

South Africa | Gospel Music

by GREGORY MTHEMBU-SALTER


HIP KINGS, HIP QUEENS

South Africa | Jazz

by ROB ALLINGHAM


HUGH TRACEY: PIONEER ARCHIVIST

Southern Africa | Archives

by MARK HUDSON

Ngoma
DISCOGRAPHY—A MINEFIELD?

by ROB ALLINGHAM

in SASA Newsletter

Issue 2000 - 1, Jan - Mar 2000

published 2000

by the South African Society of Archivists (SASA)

The SASA ceased to function around 2005 and its archive seems not to be available on the web. A PDF of this newsletter can be viewed by clicking on the image.

Ngoma
THE HISTORY OF TOWNSHIP MUSIC (1944 - 1981)

liner notes by ROB ALLINGHAM

issued 2001

by Wrasse Records (WRASS 029)

made in the UK

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BRA NTEMI AT MAVUTHELA VOL 1 - 1975
Ntemi Piliso & the Members

liner notes by ROB ALLINGHAM

first issue 1975 on Soul Jazz Pop label

reissued 2006

by Gallo Record Company (CDXU1 (JN))

made in South Africa

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MUSIC IN THE MIX
The Story of South African Popular Music
by MUFF ANDERSSON
first published 1981
by Ravan Press Pty Ltd, Johannesburg, South Africa
190 pages
ISBN 0-86975-218-9

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SOWETO BLUES
Jazz, Popular Music & Politics in South Africa
by GWEN ANSELL
first published 2005
by Continuum International Publishing Group Inc, New York
printed in the USA
350 pages
ISBN 0-8264-1753-1

Ngoma
MARABI NIGHTS
Early South African Jazz and Vaudeville

by CHRISTOPHER BALLANTINE
first published 1993

second impression 1994
by Ravan Press, Johannesburg
printed by Kohler Carton & Print (Natal)
116 pages, includes a cassette
ISBN 0-86975-439-4

Ngoma
MUSIC, MASCULINITY & MIGRANCY UNDER EARLY APARTHEID:
Gender & Popular Song in South Africa, c 1948 - 1960

by CHRISTOPHER BALLANTINE

in POPULAR MUSIC STUDIES

edited by David Hesmondhalgh & Keith Negus
first published 2002
by Arnold, a member of the Hodder Headline Group, London
printed by MPG Books, Ltd, Cornwall
ISBN 0-340-76248-9

Ngoma
MIRIAM MAKEBA: JAZZ SINGER IN PROFILE

by MIRIAM BENEDICT

in GENTLEMEN

vol. III, no. 5

first published April 1963
by Bruce-Royal Publishing Corporation, Derby, Conn.
printed in the United States

 

* This is a legitimate article on Makeba in an arguabaly unusual context. The article traces her leaving South Africa and her performance work with the Chad Mitchell Trio.

Ngoma
JAZZ AND HOT DANCE IN SOUTH AFRICA 1946 - 1959

liner notes by HORST BERGMEIER
issued 1985
by Harlequin (HQ 2020)

a product of Interstate Music Ltd, England

Ngoma
TOM HARK (THE KWELA)
From the "Killing Stones" — Broadcast and Recorded on Decca by Tead Heath

by RUPERT BOPAPE
published 1958
by Southern Music Publishing, London

copyright by EMI (South Africa)

Printed in England

Komponiste van Suid-Afrika
MUSIEK IN SUID-AFRIKA

by JAN BOUWS
first published 1946
by Voorland, Brugge
printed by Walleyndruk, Brugge, Belgium
144 pages

Komponiste van Suid-Afrika
KOMPONISTE VAN SUID-AFRIKA

by JAN BOUWS
first published 1971
by C.F. Albertyn, Stellenbosch
printed by Gothic Drukkery, Observatory, Cape Town
136 pages

Ngoma
BEYOND THE BLUES
Township Jazz in the '60s and '70s

photographs by BASIL BREAKEY

commentary by STEVE GORDON
first published 1997
by David Philip Publishers, Cape Town
printed by Clyson Printers, Cape Town
82 pages
ISBN 0 86486 242 3

Ngoma
CULTURE IN ANOTHER SOUTH AFRICA (CASA)

edited by WILLEM CAMPSCHREUR and JOOST DIVENDAL
first published 1989
by Olive Branch Press
an imprint of Interlink Publishing Group, New York

printed in the UK at The Bath Press
ISBN 0-940793-36-9

 

The book celebrates the historic conference of South African resistance culture which took place in Amsterdam in 1987.

Ngoma
REPEATED TAKES
A Short History of Recording & Its Effects on Music

by MICHAEL CHANAN
first published 1995
by Verso, London
printed by Biddlers Ltd, Great Britain
204 pages
ISBN 1-85984-012-4

Ngoma
IN TOWNSHIP TONIGHT!
South Africa's Black City Music and Theatre

by DAVID B. COPLAN
first published 1985

second impression 1986
by Longman Group UK, Ltd, England
printed in Hong Kong
278 pages
ISBN 0-582-64400-3

Ngoma
IN TOWNSHIP TONIGHT!
Three Centuries of South African Black City Music and Theatre

by DAVID B. COPLAN
first published 1985

second edition 2007
by Jacana Media, South Africa
printed by CTP Books, Cape Town
456 pages
ISBN 978-1-77009-390-4

Ngoma
LOVELY LIES

music by MACKAY DAVASHE and words by TOM GLAZER

recorded by the MANHATTAN BROTHERS with MIRIAM MAKEBA

on London Record No. 1610

published 1955
by Burlington Music Corp., New York

copyright Gallo (Africa) Ltd

made in the USA

Ngoma
SPRING IS REBELLIOUS
Arguments About Cultural Freedom by Albie Sachs & Respondents

edited by ENGRID DE KOK & KAREN PRESS
first published 1990
by Buchu Books, Cape Town, South Africa
150 pages
ISBN 0-9583957-1-4

Ngoma
UNSUNG
South African Jazz Musicians Under Apartheid

edited by CHATRADARI DEVROOP & CHRIS WALTON
first published 2007
by Sun Press, an imprint of African Sun Media, Pty, Ltd, Stellenbosch

printed by ASM/USD, Stellenbosch
144 pages
ISBN 978-1-920109-66-0

Ngoma
AMAGAMA ABANTU
A ZULU SONG BOOK

by JOHN L. DUBE & NOKUTELA DUBE

transliterated, translated and edited by DAVID RYCROFT
first published 1911

by Ohlange Institute, Phoenix, Natal

revised edition first published 1996
by Killie Cambell Africana Library, Durban

and University of Natal Press, Pietermaritzburg

printed by Rapid Results College, Durban
88 pages
ISBN 0 86980 910 5

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ZULU WORKER CHOIRS

liner notes by VEIT ERLMANN

first issued 1986, reissued 1999
by Heritage (HT CD 43)

Arquivos de Musica, Portugal

made in the Czech Republic

Ngoma
MBUBE ROOTS
Zulu Choral Music from South Africa, 1930s - 1960s

liner notes by VEIT ERLMANN

issued 1988
by Rounder Records (CD 5025)

printed in Canada

Ngoma
AFRICAN STARS
Studies in Black South African Performance

by VEIT ERLMANN
first published 1991
by University of Chicago Press, Chicago

printed in the USA
214 pages
ISBN 0-226-21724-8

Ngoma
CALUZA'S DOUBLE QUARTET — 1930

liner notes by VEIT ERLMANN

issued 1992
by Heritage (HT CD 19)

Interstate Music, Ltd, England

made in France

Ngoma
NIGHTSONG
Performance, Power, and Practice in South Africa

by VEIT ERLMANN
first published 1996
by University of Chicago Press, Chicago

printed in the USA
446 pages
ISBN 0-226-21721-3

Ngoma
MUSIC, MODERNITY, AND THE GLOBAL IMAGINATION
South Africa and the West

by VEIT ERLMANN
first published 1999
by Oxford University Press, New York

printed in the USA
312 pages
ISBN 0-19-512367-0

King Kong
KING KONG
A Venture in the Theatre

by MONA GLASSER
photographs by IAN BERRY by courtesy DRUM Magazine

first published December 1960
by Norman Howell, Cape Town

printed by Rustica Press, Wynberg, South Africa
78 pages

Ngoma
PUTTING POPULAR MUSIC IN ITS PLACE

by CHARLES HAMM
first published 1995
by Cambridge University Press

printed in the UK
390 pages
ISBN 0-521-47198-2

Ngoma
THE BANTU COMPOSERS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA
DIE BANTOE-KOMPONISTE VAN SUIDER-AFRIKA

by YVONNE HUSKISSON
first published 1969
by the South African Broadcasting Association

printed in the South Africa
336 pages

Ngoma
BLACK COMPOSERS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA
An Expanded Supplement to Bantu Composers of Southern Africa

by YVONNE HUSKISSON

edited by SARITA HAUPTFLEISCH
published 1992
by the Human Sciences Research Council, Pretoria

printed by HSRC printers, South Africa
110 pages

ISBN 0-7969-1252-1

Ngoma
THE SHARPETOWN SWINGSTERS
Their Will to Survive

Dissertation Series No. 6

by IAN JEFFREY
published 1985
by the Development Studies Group (DSG)

printed by Central Print Unit, Johannesburg
120 pages

 

A dissertation submitted to the Department of Social Anthropology,

University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, February 1985

Thami Mnyele + MEDU
THAMI MNYELE + MEDU
Art Ensemble Retrospective

edited by CLIVE KELLNER & SERGIO-ALBIO GONZÁLEZ
first published 2009
by Jacana Media, Johannesburg

exhibition catalogue for: Thami Mnyele + MEDU, Retrospective Exhibition, Johannesburg Art Gallery, 30 November 2008 - 31 march 2009

printed by Imago
216 pages

ISBN 978-1-77009-688-2

 

This catalogue has great information on the MEDU Art Ensemble's MUSIC UNIT as well as Jonas Gwangwa and Shakawe

Ngoma
THE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF THE NATIVE RACES OF SOUTH AFRICA

by PERCIVAL R. KIRBY
first published 1934
by Oxford University Press, London

first reprint published 1953

by Witwatersrand University Press, Johannesburg

printed in Great Britain
364 pages

Ngoma
WITS END
An Unconventional Autobiography

by PERCIVAL R. KIRBY
first published 1967
by Howard Timmins, Cape Town

with sponsorship by the South African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO)

printed by Citadel Press, Landsdowne
372 pages

Ngoma
AFRICANS ON STAGE
Studies in Ethnological Show Business

edited by BERNTH LINDFORS
first published 1999
by Indiana University Press

printed in the United States
302 pages

ISBN 0-86486-397-7

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THE WORLD OF SOUTH AFRICAN MUSIC READER

edited by CHRISTINE LUCIA
first published 2005
by Cambridge Scholars Press, UK
368 pages

ISBN 1-904303-36-6

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THE WORLD OF AFRICAN SONG

by MIRIAM MAKEBA

music edited by Jonas Gwangwa and E. John Miller, Jr.

illustartions by Dean Alexander
first published 1971
by Quadrangle Books, Chicago

printed in the United States
120 pages

SBN 8129-0138-Xnn

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MAKEBA - MY STORY

by MIRIAM MAKEBA with JAMES HALL
first published 1987
by New American Library (NAL)

NAL Penguin Books, New York

printed in the United States
250 pages

ISBN 0-453-00561-6

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MAKEBA - THE MIRIAM MAKEBA STORY

by MIRIAM MAKEBA in conversation with NOMSA MWAMUKA
first published 2004
by STE Publishers, Johannesburg

printed by Paarl Printers, South Africa
262 pages

ISBN 1-919855-39-4

Ngoma
ZIMBABWE TOWNSHIP MUSIC

by JOYCE JENJE MAKWENDA
first published 2005
by Joyce Jenje Makwenda (Storytime Promotions), Zimbabwe

printed by ORT Printing Services, Zimbabwe
200 pages

ISBN 0-7974-2791-0

African Dances
SOUTH AFRICAN MUSIC ENCYCLOPEDIA

edited by JACQUES P. MALAN
first issue published 1979
for the Human Science Research Council, Pretoria

by Oxford University Press, London

printed by Citadel Press, Cape

ISBN 0 86965 586 8 (English)

ISBN 0 86965 579 5 (Afrikaans)

 

Four Volume Set

Volume I, A - D
Volume II, E - I

Volume III, J - O

Volume IV, P - Z

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SONGS FROM THE VELD
14 Songs from South Africa

by JOSEPH MARAIS
first published 1942
by G. Schirmer Inc, New York

printed in the USA
32 pages

Ngoma
CHOCOLATES FOR MY WIFE

by TODD MATSHIKIZA
first published 1961
by Hodder & Stoughton, London

printed in Great Britain by C. Tinling and Co.
128 pages

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CHRIS MCGREGOR AND THE BROTHERHOOD OF BREATH

by MAXINE MCGREGOR
first published 1995
by Bamberger Books, Flint, MI

printed in the United States
260 pages

ISBN 0-917453-32-8

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SOUND OF AFRICA!
Making Music Zulu in a South African Studio

by LOUISE MEINTJES
first published 2003
by Duke University Press

printed in the United States
336 pages

ISBN 0-8223-3014-8

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AFRICAN MUSIC ON LP
An Annotated Discography

by ALAN P. MERRIAM
first published 1970
by Northwestern University Press

printed in the Netherlands by Joh Eschede en Zonen
200 pages

SBN 8101-0305-2

Ngoma
VICTROLA FAVORITES
Artifacts From Bygone Days

by ROBERT MILLIS and JEFFERY TAYLOR
first published 2008
by Dust-To-Digital, Atlanta, GA

printed in China by C&C Offset Printing
144 pages, includes 2 compact discs

ISBN 978-0-9817342-0-0

Ngoma
BEYOND MEMORY
Recording the History, Moments and Memories of South African Music

from the diary of MAX MOJAPELO

edited by SELLO GALANE
first published 2008
by African Minds, Somerset West

produced by COMPRESS.dsl, Stellenbosch
360 pages

ISBN 978-1-920299-28-6

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A COMMON HUNGER TO SING
A Tribute to South Africa's Women of Song, 1950 to 1990

by Z.B. MOLEFE

photographs by MIKE MZILENI
first published 1997
by Kwela Books, Cape Town

printed by National Book Printers, Goodwood, Cape
128 pages

ISBN 0 7957 0064 4

Ngoma
FOCUS: MUSIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
Second Edition — Focus On World Music Series

by CAROL A. MULLER
first published 2004

second edition 2008
by Routledge

an imprint of Taylor & Francis Group

printed in the USA by Sheridan Books
338 pages, includes a compact disc

ISBN 978-0-415-96071-7

Ngoma
JAZZ IN EXILE

by LEWIS NKOSI

photographs by John Goldblatt

in TRANSITION

Number 24, pp 34 - 37
first published 1966
by Indiana University Press

on behalf of the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute

available from JSTOR

Ngoma
COMPOSING APARTHEID
Music For and Against Apartheid

edited by GRANT OLWAGE
first published 2008
by Wits University Press

printed in South Africa by Creda Communications
312 pages

ISBN 978-1-86814-456-3

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MKHUMBANE
Souvenir Programme

play and lyrics by ALAN PATON

music by TODD MATSHIKIZA

directed by MALCOLM WOOLFSON
first published 1960
by The South African Institute of Race Relations

printed in South Africa by Rowells
16 pages

 

PDF

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SPONONO
PLAYBILL — the magazine for theatregoers

Vol. 1 April 1964 No.4, Cort Theatre

a play by ALAN PATON and KRISHNA SHAH

directed by KRISHNA SHAH

music arrangement by GIDEON NXUMALO
first published 1964
by Playbill Incorporated, New York

printed in the USA
56 pages

Ngoma
ABDULLAH IBRAHIM
A Discography — Second Edition
edited by LARS RASMUSSEN
first published 1998
second edition 2000
by The Booktrader, Copenhagen, Denmark
printed by Narayana Press, Denmark
240 pages
ISBN 87-984539-5-5

Ngoma
SATHIMA BEA BENJAMIN - EMBRACING JAZZ
Booktrader's Jazz Profiles, vol. 1
edited by LARS RASMUSSEN
first published 2000
by The Booktrader, Copenhagen, Denmark
112 pages, includes 2 compact discs

 

contributers include Bruce Crowther, Denis-Constant Martin, Sally Placksin, Carol Muller, ZB Molefe, Amelia Blossom Pegram, Ed Anderson, Jules Epstein, Will Friedwald, Abdullah Ibrahim and Sathima Bea Benjamin

Ngoma
CAPE TOWN JAZZ, 1959 - 1963
The Photographs of Hardy Stockmann
Booktrader's Jazz Profiles, vol. 2
edited by LARS RASMUSSEN
first published 2001
by The Booktrader, Copenhagen, Denmark
printed by Narayana Press, Gylling
112 pages
ISBN 87-984539-6-3
Ngoma
JOE MOGOTSI with PEARL CONNER
MANTINDANE 'He Who Survives' — My Life with the Manhattan Brothers
Booktrader's Jazz Profiles, vol. 3
edited by LARS RASMUSSEN & JOHN PATTERSON
first published 2002
by The Booktrader, Copenhagen, Denmark
printed by Narayana Press
160 pages, includes compact disc of 1963 live recording in England
ISBN 87-984539-7-1
Ngoma
JAZZ PEOPLE OF CAPE TOWN
Booktrader's Jazz Profiles, vol. 5
edited by LARS RASMUSSEN
first published 2003
by The Booktrader, Copenhagen, Denmark
printed by Narayana Press, Denmark
304 pages
ISBN 87-984539-9-8
Ngoma
MBIZO
A Book About Johnny Dyani

Booktrader's Jazz Profiles, vol. 6
edited by LARS RASMUSSEN
first published 2003
by The Booktrader, Copenhagen, Denmark
352 pages
ISBN 87-91443-01-6

 

includes amongst others contributions by Mal Waldron, Abdullah Ibrahim, Sathima Bea Benjamin, Louis Moholo, Peter Niklas Wilson and Johnny Dyani

Ngoma
COME BACK, AFRICA
Lionel Rogosin - A Man Possessed
by LIONEL ROGOSIN
edited by Peter Davis
first published October 2004
by STE Publishers
150 pages
ISBN 1-919855-17-3
Ngoma
AMACULO ESIZULU EMPI YOSINDISO
ZULU SONGS OF THE SALVATION ARMY

by the SALVATION ARMY
published 1954
by the Salvation Army Headquarters, Johannesburg
printed in South Africa by Citadel Press, Cape Town

320 pages

Ngoma
SQUASHBOX
Le Concertina Zoulou et Sotho en Arfique du Sud, 1930 - 1965

liner notes by HARRY SCURFIELD
issued 1993
by Silex Memoire (Y225107)
fabrique en France par MPO

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ADAMS CLARKE DESMORE & DOLLAR BRAND

by WARREN SIEBRITS
published 2005
by Warren Siebrits Modern & Contemporary Art, Johannesburg
printing Ex Libris Press

12 pages

ISBN 0-620-34456-3

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THE AUDIBLE PAST
Cultural Origins of Sound Reproduction

by JONATHAN STERNE
published 2005
by Duke University Press, Durham, NC
printed in the United States

450 pages

ISBN 0-8223-3013-X

African Dances
AFRICAN MUSIC
Journal of the Intenational Library of African Music

edited by DIANE THRAM
first issue published 2007
by the International Library of African Music (ILAM), Grahamstown, South Africa

144 pages, includes compact disc

ISSN 0065-4019

 

Vol. 8 No. 1, first published 2007
Vol. 8 No. 2, first published 2008

 

This is the first re-lauch issue of the African Music Journal established by Hugh Tracey in 1954. See more information below.

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MAKING THE CHANGES
Jazz in South African Literature and Reportage

by MICHAEL TITLESTAD
published 2004
by UNISA Press

Univeristy of South Africa
printed by ABC Press, Epping

276 pages

ISBN 1-86888-291-8

Ngoma
CURRENTS OF POWER
State Broadcasting in South Africa

by RUTH TOMASELLI, KEYAN TOMASELLI & JOHAN MULLER
published 1989
by Anthropos, Belleville, Cape
printed by The Natal Witness Printing, Pietermaritzburg

228 pages

ISBN 0 620 11189 5

Chief Above and Chief Below
CHIEF ABOVE AND CHIEF BELOW
NKOSIYAPHANSI NO NKOSIYAPHEZULU
A Musical Play for Africans based on a Zulu Legend

by HUGH TRACEY and K.E. MASINGA

illustrations by E.F. WATKINS
first published 1944
by Schuter and Shooter, Pietermaritzburg
printed by The Natal Witness, Pietermaritzburg


This book is unusal in that it was published bilingually in English and Zulu.

The play was a collaboration between Tracey and Masinga.

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CHOPI MUSICIANS
Their Music, Poetry and Instruments
by HUGH TRACEY
first published 1948
for the International African Institute
by Oxford University Press, London
African Dances
NGOMA
An Introduction to Music for Southern Africans
by HUGH TRACEY
first published 1948
by Longmans, Green & Co
printed by Galvin & Sales Ltd, Cape Town, South Africa
African Dances
ZULU PARADOX
by HUGH TRACEY
with illustartions by Ernest Ullman
first published 1948
by Silver Leaf Books, Johannesburg
printed by Frier & Munro Pty Ltd, Johannesburg, South Africa
bound by A. Zylstra & Son
African Dances
LALELA ZULU
100 Zulu Lyrics
by HUGH TRACEY
with illustrations by Eric Byrd
first published c1948
by the African Music Society, Johannesburg, South Africa
printed by Cape Times Ltd, Cape Town, South Africa
AFRICAN MUSIC SOCIETY — NEWSLETTERS
Numbers 1 - 6, 1948 - 1953
edited by HUGH TRACEY (hon. secretary)
reprinted January 1955
by the Model Printing Co, Roodepoort, South Africa

Vol. 1 No. 1, first published June 1948
Vol. 1 No. 2, first published March 1949
Vol. 1 No. 3, first published July 1950
Vol. 1 No. 4, first published June 1951
Vol. 1 No. 5, first published 1952
Vol. 1 No. 6, first published 1953
AFRICAN MUSIC TRANSCRIPTION LIBRARY
GRAMOPHONE RECORDS OF AFRICAN MUSIC — CATALOGUE JULY 1951
by HUGH TRACEY
director, AFRICAN MUSIC REASEARCH
first published July 1951
by Gallo (Africa) Limited, South Africa

"Gramophone Records of African Music and semi-African music, recorded in many different territories on the continent of Africa by African Music Research, directed by Hugh Tracey"

AFRICAN MUSIC TRANSCRIPTION LIBRARY
GRAMOPHONE RECORDS OF AFRICAN MUSIC — CATALOGUE JULY 1952
by HUGH TRACEY
director, AFRICAN MUSIC REASEARCH
first published July 1952
by Gallo (Africa) Limited, South Africa
AFRICAN MUSIC TRANSCRIPTION LIBRARY
LIBRARIAN'S HANDBOOK
by HUGH TRACEY
director, AFRICAN MUSIC REASEARCH
first published c1951
by Gallo (Africa) Limited, South Africa
printed by Electric Printing Works, Pty Ltd, Johannesburg, South Africa
African Dances
AFRICAN DANCES OF THE WITWATERAND GOLD MINES
by HUGH TRACEY
photographs by Merlyn Severn
first published October 1952
by the African Music Society, Johannesburg, South Africa
designed and printed by Cape Times Ltd, Parow, CP
African Dances
AFRICAN MUSIC
Journal of the African Music Society
Journal de la Societe de Musique Africane

edited by HUGH TRACEY and/or ANDREW TRACEY
first issue published October 1954
by the African Music Society, Roodepoort, South Africa
printed by Frier & Munro, Johannesburg

 

Vol. 1 No. 1, first published 1954
Vol. 1 No. 2, first published 1955
Vol. 1 No. 3, first published 1956
Vol. 1 No. 4, first published 1957
Vol. 2 No. 1, first published 1958
Vol. 2 No. 2, first published 1959
Vol. 2 No. 3, first published 1960
Vol. 2 No. 4, first published 1961
Vol. 3 No. 1, first published 1962
Vol. 3 No. 2, first published 1963
Vol. 3 No. 3, first published 1964
Vol. 3 No. 4, first published 1965
Vol. 4 No. 1, first published 1966-1967
Vol. 4 No. 2, first published 1968
Vol. 4 No. 3, first published 1969
Vol. 4 No. 4, first published 1970
Vol. 5 No. 1, first published 1971
Vol. 5 No. 2, first published 1972
Vol. 5 No. 3, first published 1973-1974
Vol. 5 No. 4, first published 1975-1976
Vol. 6 No. 1, first published 1980
Vol. 6 No. 2, first published 1982
Vol. 6 No. 3, first published 1983
Vol. 6 No. 4, first published 1984
Vol. 7 No. 1, first published 1991
Vol. 7 No. 2, first published 1992
Vol. 7 No. 3, first published 1996
Vol. 7 No. 4, first published 1999

African Dances
THE HUGH TRACEY KALIMBA
A New Musical Instrument from Africa — Instruction Manual
by HUGH TRACEY
first published (?)
by African Musical Instruments Pty Ltd, South Africa
African Dances
FACING THE MUSIC

by HUGH TRACEY

in THE AFRICA OF 1961 - A Continent of Change

first published 1967
by The Royal African Society
printed in England

 

The record of a course held at Guildhall, London, in February 1961.

African Dances
THE LION ON THE PATH
And Other African Stories
by HUGH TRACEY
first published 1967
by Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd, London
reprinted 1974
printed by Butler & Tanner Ltd, London
ISBN 0 7100 2887 3
African Dances
THE SOUND OF AFRICA SERIES — CATALOGUE
210 LP Records of Music & Songs from Central, Eastern and Southern Africa

by HUGH TRACEY
first published 1972
by the International Library of African Music (ILAM)
printed by Frier & Munro
two volume set

182 pages, volume I

480 pages, volume II

African Dances
SONG SAFARI
A Journey Through Light Music in South Africa

by RALPH TREWHELA
first published 1980
by The Limelight Press
printed by Bruce Attwood

160 pages

ISBN 0-620-04953-7

African Dances
MUZIKI: JOURNAL OF MUSIC RESEARCH IN AFRICA
Special Issue: Music and Social Change in Africa

Volume 3, Number 1

guest edited by MAURICE VAMBE and ABEBE ZEGEYE
co-published 2006
by UNISA Press (The University of South Africa)

and Routledge an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group

140 pages

ISSN 1812-5980

African Dances
PHONOGRAPHIES
Grooves in Sonic Afro-Modernity

by ALEXANDER G. WEHELIYE
first published 2005
by Duke University Press, Durham, NC

140 pages

printed in the United States

ISBN 0-8223-3590-5

African Dances
SOL PLAATJE
South African Nationalist 1876 - 1932

by BRIAN WILLAN
first published 1984
by University of Califirnia Press, Berkley, CA

436 pages

printed in Great Britain

ISBN 0-520-05334-6