Oliver Mtukudzi: Living Tuku Music in Zimbabwe

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INDEX
Page numbers in italics refer to figures and tables.
Achebe, Chinua, 151, 223
Acid Band, 79
Adichie, Chimamanda, 150–151, 223
advertisements, 106, 235n10
Africa (1980), 86–87;
“Madzongonyedze”/“Turmoil,” 18;
“Zimbabwe,” 86
Africa Fête, 139, 140
Afro jazz, 4, 89, 104, 147–148, 221, 241n45
Afropop Worldwide, 138
Agawu, Kofi, 145
AIDS. See HIV/AIDS
“Akoromoka Awa”/“She has fallen” (BvumaTolerance, 2000), 177, 183–185, 250n21
alcohol, 39, 59, 90
Alpheus, Joseph, 89
amabhiza (musical genre), 53
“Andinzwi”/“I don’t understand” (Ndega Zvangu, 1997), 63, 64
Andy Miller Hall (Harare), 53
appropriation, 78, 140
Areketa, Tobias, 105
Artists Against Poverty, 141
“Art of Determination, The” (Chirikure), 4–5
aurality, 229n23; poetic forms across Africa, 223, 248n16; of Tuku music, 15, 19
auriture (Coplan), 44
Austin, James, 89
Australia, Zimbabwean migration to, 208
Auxilia Chimusoro Awards (2008), 169–173
Ayo, Kunle, 4
“Baba”/“Father” (Shoko, 1993), 30, 34, 38– 41, 50–52, 53, 54, 55, 60, 75, 88, 162, 189, 210
“Baba Vedu”/“Our Father” (Pfugama Unamate, 1997), 7, 44–46, 60
Banda, Idan, 91–92
Banda, Robson, 105–106, 143
Barber, Karin, 19
Barz, Gregory, 184, 200
Bata Shoes, 106
BBC, 105, 186
Bell, Mary, 127
Bennett, Roy, 147, 247n2
Berliner, Paul, 136
“Bganyamakaka” (KDZ 114, 1977), 72–73, 75, 79, 82, 83, 152, 221
Bhabha, Homi, 209, 214
Bhundu Boys, 46–47, 88, 91, 104, 141
bira ceremony, 15–16
Black Spirits, 50, 127; at Chimanimani Arts Festival (2008), 147–148, 165–167, 219; at Chitungwiza Aquatic Complex (2008), 59–61; European tours, 90, 94, 138, 139, 238–239n10; formation, 89; at Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA), 4, 7–12, 16, 59; members, 4, 16, 89, 90, 180, 189, 194, 195, 196, 197–199; in the 1980s, 89–90; at Pakare Paye Arts Centre (Norton), 194–201; performing during Chimurenga (liberation war), 73–75; in Switzerland, 178; Tuku Music and world music scene, 129, 138–140, 245–246n33; U.S. performances, 13, 16, 20, 25, 140, 203–205
Blacks Unlimited, 159
Bleu/Indigo label, 103, 140
Bolton, Chris, 99
Bongo Love, 116, 147–148
Brave New Sun, 92
Bridging the Gap (1998), 141

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction - The Art of Determination 3
  • One - Hwaro/Foundations 31
  • Two - Performing the Nation’s History 59
  • Three - Singing Hunhu after Independence 85
  • Four - Neria- Singing the Politics of Inheritance 109
  • Five - Return to Dande 127
  • Six - Listening as Politics 147
  • Seven - What Shall We Do?- Music, Dialogue, and HIV/AIDS 169
  • Eight - Listening in the Wilderness 203
  • Conclusion - I Have Finished My Portion of the Field 219
  • Notes 227
  • Bibliography 257
  • Index 275
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