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Anonymous:
The Beni Society of Tanganyika Territory.
Primitive Man (Washington D.C.), Vol. 11, No. 3/4, July-October 1938: 74-81.

Askew, Kelly M.:
Following in the Tracks of Beni:
The Diffusion of the Tanga Taarab Tradition.

in: Gunderson, Frank & Gregory Barz (eds.):
Mashindano! Competitive Music Performance in East Africa.
Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na Nyota Publishers, 2000: 21-38.

Askew, Kelly M. & John Francis Kitime:
Popular Music Censorship in Tanzania.
in: Drewett, Michael & Martin Cloonan (eds.):
Popular Music Censorship in Africa.
Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006: 137-156.

Askew, Kelly M.:
Sung and Unsung: Musical Reflections on Tanzanian Postsocialisms.
Africa (London), Vol. 76, No. 1, 2006: 15-43.

Askew, Kelly M.:
Musical Images and Imaginations: Tanzanian Music Videos.
in: Njogu, Kimani & John Middleton (eds.):
Media and Identity in Africa.
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2009: 208-217.
Reprint
Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 2010: 208-217.

Askew, Kelly [M.]:
Neosocialist Moralities versus Neoliberal Religiousities.
Constructing Musical Publics in 21st Century Tanzania.
in: Hanneken, Bernhard & Tiago de Oliveira Pinto (eds.):
Mambo Moto Moto. Music in Tanzania Today. Intercultural Music Studies, Vol. 19.
Berlin: VWB – Verlag für Wissenschaft und Bildung, 2016: 61-74.

Bancet, Alice:
Formation of Popular Music in Tanzania: Hip-hop in Tanzania.
in: Njogu, Kimani & Hervé Maupeu (eds.):
Songs and Politics in Eastern Africa.
Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na Nyota Publishers, 2007: 315-354.

Beez, Jigal & Stefanie Kolbusa:
Kibiriti Ngoma: Gender Relations in Swahili Comics and Taarab-music.
Stichproben (Wien). Wiener Zeitschrift für kritische Afrikastudien, Nr. 5, 3. Jahrgang, 2003: 49-71.

Beck, Rose-Marie:
Women are Devils! A Formal and Stylistic Analysis of Mwanameka.
in: Graebner, Werner (ed.):
Sokomo. Popular Culture in East Africa.
Matatu (Amsterdam), No. 9, 1992: 115-132.

Casco, Jose Arturo Saavedra:
The Language of the Young People: Rap, Urban Culture and Protest in Tanzania.
Journal of Asian and African Studies (London), Vol. 41, Issue 3, 2006, 229-248.

Casco, Jose Arturo [Saavedra]:
From Music to Politics: Hip-Hop in Africa as a
Political Option for the Youth: the Case of Tanzania.

in: Congreso Ibérico de Estudios Africanos.
Youth and the City: Expressive Cultures, Public Space Appropriation,
and Alternative Political Participation. 14-16 June, Madrid, 2012: 1-18.

Clark, Msia Kibona:
Hip Hop as Social Commentary in Accra and Dar es Salaam.
African Studies Quarterly (Gainesville, Fla.), Vol. 13, Issue 3, 2012: 23-46.

Clark, Msia Kibona:
Gender Representations among Tanzanian Female Emcees.
in: Clark, Msia Kibona & Mickie Mwanzia Koster (eds.):
Hip Hop and Social Change in Africa.
Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 2014: 144-168.

Clark, Msia Kibona:
The Struggle for Hip Hop Authenticity and Against Commercialization in Tanzania.
The Journal of Pan African Studies (Sun Village, Calif.), Vol. 6, No. 3, 2013: 5-21.

Clark, Msia Kibona:
The Role of New and Social Media in Tanzanian Hip-Hop Production.
Cahiers d’études africaines (Paris), 2014/4 (n° 216): 1115-1136.

Donner, Philip:
Music Forms in Tanzania and their Socio-Economic Base.
Transactions of the Finnish Anthropological Society, No. 9.
Jipemoyo (Helsinki), No. 3, 1980: 88-98.

Englert, Birgit:
Bongo Flava (Still) Hidden “Underground“ Rap from Morogoro, Tanzania.
Stichproben. Wiener Zeitschrift für kritische Afrikastudien (Wien), Nr. 5, 3. Jahrgang, 2003: 73-93.

Englert, Birgit:
Africa Raps Back. Reflections on HipHop from Tanzania and South Africa.
in: Schröder, Anne (ed.):
Crossing Borders. Interdisciplinary Approaches to Africa.
Berlin: Lit Verlag, 2004: 77-97.

Englert, Birgit:
Ambiguous Relationships: Youth, Popular Music and Politics in Tanzania.
in: Englert, Birgit (ed.):
Popular Music and Politics in Africa.
Stichproben. Wiener Zeitschrift für kritische Afrikastudien (Wien), Nr. 14, 8. Jahrgang, 2008: 71-96.

Englert, Birgit:
Kuchanganyachanganya – Topic and Language Choices in Tanzanian Youth Culture.
Journal of African Cultural Studies (Abingdon), Vol. 20, Issue 1, 2008: 44-55.

Fair, Laura:
Music, Memory and Meaning: The Kiswahili Recordings of Siti binti Saad.
Afrikanistische Arbeitspapiere, Nr. 55 / Swahili Forum (Köln), Vol. 5, 1998: 1-16.
Reprint
Voice, Authority, and Memory: The Kiswahili Recordings of Siti binti Saad.
in: White,‎ Luise S.; Stephan F. Miescher & David William Cohen (eds.):
African Words, African Voices: Critical Practices in Oral History.
Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 2001: 246-263.

Fair, Laura:
 “It’s Just no Fun Anymore”:
Women’s Experiences of Taarab before and after the 1964 Zanzibar Revolution.

The International Journal of African Historical Studies (Boston, Mass.), Vol. 35, No. 1, 2002: 61-81.

Fair, Laura:
Ngoma Reverberations: Swahili Music Culture and the Making of
Football Aesthetics in Early Twentieth Century Zanzibar.

in: Armstrong, Gary & Richard Giulianotti (eds.):
Football in Africa.
Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2004: 103-113.

Fair, Laura:
Siti binti Saad (c. 1885-1950): “Giving Voice to the Voiceless”,
Swahili Music and the Global Recording Industry in the 1920s and 1930s.
in: Cordell, Dennis D. (ed.):
The Human Tradition in Modern Africa.
Plymouth: Rowman & Littlefield, 2012: 175-190.

Fargion, Janet Topp:
The Role of Women in Taarab in Zanzibar:
An Historical Examination of a Process of “Africanisation”.

The World of Music (Berlin), Vol. 35, No. 2, 1993: 109-125.

Fargion, Janet Topp:
A History of Taarab Music in Zanzibar: A Process of Africanisation.
in: Parkin, David: Continuity and Autonomy in Swahili Communities:
Inland Influences and Strategies of Self-Determination.
Beitrage zur Afrikanistik, Band 48.
Wien: Institute für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie der Universität Wien, 1994: 153-165.

Fargion, Janet Topp:
‘Nyota Alfajiri’: The Zanzibari “chakacha”.
Afrikanistische Arbeitspapiere. Schriftenreihe des Kölner Instituts für Afrikanistik, Nr. 42, 1995: 125-131.

Topp-Fargion, Janet:
À Zanzibar, le taarab des gens « sans nom ».
in: Agier, Michel & Alain Ricard (dir.):
Autrepart. Les Arts de la rue dans les sociétés du sud.
Cahiers des sciences humaines. Nouvelle série,  numéro 1.
La Tour d’Aigues: Éditions de l’Aube / ORSTOM, 1997: 59-70.

Fargion, Janet Topp:
Consumer-led Creation: Taarab Music Composition in Zanzibar.
in:  Floyd, Malcolm (ed.):
Composing the Music of Africa: Composition, Interpretation, and Realization.
Aldershot & Brookfield, Vt.: Ashgate, 1999: 195-226.

Fargion, Janet Topp:
“Hot Kabisa!” The Mpasho Phenomenon and Taarab in Zanzibar.
in: Gunderson, Frank & Gregory F. Bartz (eds.):
Mashindano! Competitive Music Performance in East Africa.
Dar es Salaam: Mkukina Nyota Publishers, 2000: 39-54.

Fenn, John & Alex Perullo:
Language Choice and Hip Hop in Tanzania and Malawi.
Popular Music and Society (Abigdon), Vol. 24, Issue 3, 2000: 73-93.

Graebner, Werner:
Whose Music? The Songs of Remmy Ongala and the Orchestra Super Matimila.
in: Barber, Karin (ed.):
Readings in African Popular Culture.
London: The International Africa Institute in Association with James Currey, Oxford and
Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Ind., 1997: 110-117.

Graebner, Werner:
Ngoma ya Ukae: Competitive Social Structure in Tanzanian Dance Music Songs.
in: Gunderson, Frank and Gregory Barz (eds):
Mashindano! Competitive Music Performance in East Africa.
Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na Nyota Publishers, 2000: 295-318.

Graebner, Werner:
Between Mainland and Sea: The Taarab Music of Zanzibar.
in: Dawe, Kevin (ed.): Island Musics.
Oxford: Berg Publishers, 2004: 171-197.

Graebner, Werner:
The Interaction of Swahili Taarab Music and the Record Industry.
A Historical Perspective (Tanzania).

in: Beck, Rose-Marie & Frank Wittmann (eds.):
African Media Cultures – Transdisciplinary Perspectives /
Cultures de médias en Afrique – perspectives transdisciplinaires.
Topics in African Studies, Vol. 2.
Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag , 2004: 171-192.

Graebner, Werner:
Tanzania Popular Music. The Land of Use-Your-Brain.
in: Broughton, Simon; Mark Ellingham & Jon Lusk (eds.):
The Rough Guide to World Music. Volume 1: Africa and the Middle East.
London: The Rough Guides, 2006: 418-429.

Graebner, Werner:
The Ngoma Impulse: From Club to Nightclub in Dar es Salaam.
in: Brennan, James R.; Andrew Burton and Yusuf Lawi (eds.):
Dar es Salaam: Histories from an Emerging African Metropolis.
Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na Nyota Publishers, 2007: 177-197.

Graebner, Werner:
Other Flavas from Bongo:  Mchiriku, Segere & Baikoko.
A Look at Alternative Musical Expression in Dar es Salaam.
in: Hanneken, Bernhard & Tiago de Oliveira Pinto (eds.):
Mambo Moto Moto. Music in Tanzania Today. Intercultural Music Studies Vol. 19.
Berlin: VWB – Verlag für Wissenschaft und Bildung, 2016: 75-96.

Gunderson, Frank:
Rumba Kiserebuka! Evoking Embodied Temporalities through Tanzanian Zilipendwa.
The World of Music, New Series (Berlin), Vol. 3, Issue 1, January 2014: 11-23.

Haas, Peter Jan & Thomas Gesthuizen:
Ndani ya Bongo: KiSwahili Rap Keeping it Real.
in: Gunderson, Frank & Gregory Barz (eds.):
Mashindano! Competitive Music Performance in East Africa.
Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na Nyota Publishers, 2000:279-294.

Hacke, Gabriel:
‘Glokalisierung’ im Entwicklungsprozess des tansanischen HipHop.
Habari (Berlin), Nr. 3, 2008: 29‐34.

Hacke, Gabriel:
Tanzanian Music Videos in the Black Atlantic:
The Production, Distribution and Visual References of Bongo Flava Video Clips.

in: Krings, Matthias & Uta Reuster-Jahn (eds.):
Bongo Media Worlds: Producing and Consuming Popular Culture in Dar es Salaam.
Mainzer Beiträge zur Afrikaforschung, Band  34.
Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2014: 79-107.

Higgins, Christina:
From Da Bomba to Bomba: Global Hip Hop Nation Language in Tanzania.
in: Alim, H. Samy; Awad Ibrahim & Alastair Pennycook (eds.):
It’s Bigger Than Hip Hop: The Rise of the Post-Hip-Hop Generation.
Global Linguistic Flows: Hip Hop Cultures, Youth Identities and the Politics of Language.
London: Routledge, 2009: 95-112.

Hilhorst, Sean:
Remmy Ongala: Capitalist Transition and Popular Music in Tanzania 1979–2002.
Journal of African Cultural Studies (Abingdon), Vol. 21, Issue 2, 2009: 105-126.

Ivaska, Andrew M.:
Contesting ‘National Culture’: The Short Life of a Tanzanian Ban on ‘Soul’.
Moving Worlds. A Journal of Transcultural Writings (Leeds), Vol.5, No. 1, 2005: 120-132.

Ivaska, Andrew M.:
Consuming and Contesting ‘Soul’ in Tanzania.
in: Dubinsky, Karen; Catherine Krull; Susan Lord; Sean Mills and Scott Rutherford.
New World Coming: The Sixties and the Shaping of Global Consciousness.
Toronto, ON: Between the Lines Publishing, 2009: 169-178.

Kerr, David:
‘Underground’ Rap Performance, Informality and Cultural Production in Dar es Salaam.
Journal of African Media Studies (Bristol), Vol. 7, Issue 1, March 2015: 69-86.

Kerr, David:
Thugs and Gangsters: Imagination and the Practice of Rapping in Dar es Salaam.
Suomen Antropologi (Helsinki), Vol. 42, No. 2, 2017: 10-24.

Kerr, David:
From the Margins to the Mainstream:
Making and Remaking an Alternative Music Economy in Dar es Salaam.
Journal of African Cultural Studies (Abingdon), Vol. 30, Issue 1, 2018: 65-80.

Kiel, Hilda:
Travel on a Song: The Roots of Zanzibar Taarab.
African Music (Grahamstown), Vol. 9, No. 2, 2012: 75-93.

Kirkegaard, Annemette:
Om populærmusikkens rolle i de afrikanske byer; med eksempler fra Dar es Salaam og Zanzibar Town.
[The role of popular music in African cities exemplified by Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar Town].
Musik og Forskning (København), 1997-1998: 126-158.

Kirkegaard, Annemette:
Tourism Industry and Local Music Culture in Contemporary Zanzibar.
in: Baaz, Maria Eriksson & Mai Palmberg (eds.)
Same and Other. Negotiating African Identity in Cultural Production.
Uppsala: The Nordic Africa Institute, 2001: 59-78.

Kirkegaard, Annemette:
“Tranzania” – A Cross-Over from Norwegian Techno to Tanzanian Taarab.
in: Palmberg, Mai & Annemette Kirkegaard (eds.):
Playing with Identities in Contemporary Music in Africa.
Uppsala: The Nordic Africa Institute, 2001: 46-59.

Kirkegaard, Annemette:
Remmy Ongala – Moderating Through Music.
in: Thorsén, Stig-Magnus (ed.):
Sound of Change. Social and Political Features of Music in Africa.
Stockholm: SIDA Studies No. 12, 2004: 57-69.

Lange, Siri:
Multipartyism, Rivalry and Taarab in Dar es Salaam.
in: Palmberg, Mai & Annemette Kirkegaard (eds.):
Playing with Identities in Contemporary Music in Africa.
Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, 2002: 165-180.

Lemelle, Sidney J.:
’Ni Wapi Tunakwenda’: Hip Hop Culture and the Children of Arusha.
in: Basu, Dipannita & Sidney J. Lemelle (eds.):
The Vinyl Ain’t Final. Hip Hop and the Globalization of Black Popular Culture.
London & Ann Arbor, Mich.: Pluto Press, 2006: 230-255.

Malm, Krister:
Kapitel Tanzania.
Fyra musikkulturer. Tanzania, Tunesien, Sverige och Trinidad.
Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell Förlag, 1981: 17-68 & 211-213.

Malm, Krister & Roger Wallis:
Transculturation and the Rise of National Pop and Rock in Small Countries.
in: Festskrift til Jan Ling. Tvärspel: trettioen artikler om musik.
Göteborg: Skrifter från Musikvetenskapliga institutionen, Nr. 9, 1984: 79-90.
Case study including Tanzania

Malm, Krister:
Neue Musik und Veränderungen im Musikleben
Tanzanias nach Erlangung der Unabhängigkeit.

in: Stockmann, Erich (Herg.):
Musikkulturen in Afrika.
Berlin: Verlag Neue Musik, 1987: 282-291.

Malm, Krister & Roger Wallis:
Chapter 6 Case Study Tanzania.
Media Policy and Music Activity.
London: Routledge, 1992: 108-124.

Martin, Stephen H[arvey]:
Music in Urban East Africa: Five Genres in Dar es Salaam.
Journal of African Studies (Los Angeles, Calif.), Vol. 9, No. 3, Fall 1982: 155-163.

Martin, Stephen H[arvey]:
Music in Tanzania.
in: Stone, Ruth M. (ed.): Africa: The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, Vol. 1.
New York, N.Y., Garland Publishing, 1998: 633–647.

Mbuya, Mejah:
Tanzanian MCs vs. Social Discourse.
in: Clark, Msia Kibona & Mickie Mwanzia Koster (eds.):
Hip Hop and Social Change in Africa.
Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 2014: 174-176.

Mekacha, Rugatiri D. K.:
Are Women Devils?
The Portrayal of Women in Tanzanian Popular Music.

in: Graebner, Werner (ed.):
Sokomo. Popular Culture in East Africa.
Matatu (Amsterdam), No. 9, 1992: 98-114.

Mkamwa, John:
Zaire’s Migrant Musicians.
Africa Now (London), No. 65, October 1986: 40.

Mlacha, Shaaban A. K.:
Women’s Images in Kiswahili Poetry and Taarab songs.
in: Mbilinyi, Dorothy A. & Cuthbert Omari (eds.):
Gender Relations and Women’s Images in the Media.
Dar es Salaam: Dar es Salaam University Press, 1996 207-223.

Mnenuka, Angelus:
Tofauti ya Dhana ya Mwanamke katika Jamii:
Mifano kutoka katika Taarab (Mipasho) na Nyimbo za Kibena.

Swahili Forum (Leipzig), Vol. 19, 2012: 23-44.

Namata, Tony:
Malaika Gets a New Lover.
Tanzanian Challenges Fadhili Williams over Classic Song.
New African (London), No.232, January 1987: 44.

Nyoni, Frowin Paul:
Music and Politics in Tanzania: A Case Study of Nyota-wa-Cigogo.
in: Njogu, Kimani & Hervé Maupeu (eds.):
Songs and Politics in Eastern Africa.
Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na Nyota Publishers /
Nairobi: l’Institute francais de recherche en Afrique (IFRA), 2007: 241-272.

Omari, Shani:
Styles and Language Use in Tanzanian Hip Hop Poetry.
Kiswahili (Dar es Salaam), Vol. 69, 2006: ??

Omari, Shani:
Call Me ‘Top in Dar’: The Role of Pseudonyms in Bongo Fleva Music.
Swahili Forum (Leipzig), Vol. 18, 2011: 69-86.

Omari, Shani:
Hip Hop Music as a Youth Medium for Cultural Struggle in Zanzibar.
The Journal of Pan African Studies (Sun Village, Calif.), Vol. 6, No. 3, September 2013: 133-155.

Osaki, L. T.:
Siti binti Saad: Herald of Women’s Liberation.
SAGE, Vol.  7, No. 1, 1990: 49–54.

Paul, Wolf-Dietrich:
Taarab: Gesungene Gedichte. Klassische Swahili-Afro-Indo-Arabische Orchestermusik.
Culture Musical Club – Taarab Orchestra [Interview mit Maulid Haji Mkadam].
Habari (Berlin), Nr. 3, 2004: 7-12.

Perulla [sic], Alex:
Expectations in the Tanzanian Hip hop Community.
Tanzanian Affairs (London), Vol. 73, 2002: 30-42.

Perullo, Alex:
Hooligans and Heroes: Youth Identity and Hip Hop in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Africa Today (Bloomington, Ind.), Vol. 51, No. 4, 2005: 75-101.
Reprint
in: Forman, Murray & Mark Anthony Neal (eds.):
That’s the Joint! The Hip-Hop Studies Reader. Second Edition.
New York, N.Y. & Abingdon: Routledge, 2012: 315-335.

Perullo, Alex:
“Here’s a Little Something Local”:
An Early History of Hip Hop in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 1984-1997.

in: Brennan, James; Andrew Burton & Yusuf Lawi (eds.):
Dar es Salaam. Histories from an Emerging African Metropolis.
Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na Nyota Publishers / London: British Institute and James Currey 2007: 250-272.

Perullo, Alex:
Rumba in the City of Peace: Migration and the Cultural
Commodity of Congolese Music in Dar es Salaam, 1968-1985.

Ethnomusicology (Bloomington, Ind.), Vol. 52, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2008: 296-323.

Perullo, Alex:
Imitation and Innovation in the Music, Dress, and Camps of Tanzanian Youth.
in: Charry, Eric (ed.):
Hip Hop Africa. New African Music in a Globalizing World.
Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 2012: 187-207.

Perullo, Alex:
Youth of Many Days:
Authority, Health, and Pensions among Elder Musicians in Tanzania.

The World of Music, New Series (Berlin), Vol. 3, Issue 1, January 2014: 81-100.

Raab, Klaus:
Bongo Flava, HipHop aus Tanzania.
Ethnologik. Zeitschrift der Studierenden des Instituts für Ethnologie und Afrikanistik (München),
Sonderausgabe, November 2004: 19-24.

Rajab, Marijani:
Mwanameka – The Seductress.
in: Graebner, Werner (ed.):
Sokomo. Popular Culture in East Africa.
Matatu (Amsterdam), No. 9, 1992: 91-98.

Remes, Pieter:
Global Popular Musics and Changing Awareness of Urban Tanzanian Youth.
Yearbook for Traditional Music (New York, N.Y.), Vol. 31, 1999: 1–26.

Reuster-Jahn, Uta:
Bongo Flava and the Electoral Campaign 2005 in Tanzania.
in: Englert, Birgit (ed.): Popular Music and Politics in Africa.
Stichproben. Wiener Zeitschrift für kritische Afrikastudien (Wien), Nr. 14, 8. Jahrgang, 2008: 41-69.
Appendix with lyrics of the songs analysed in “Bongo Flava and the electoral campaign 2005 in Tanzania”
(Swahili with English translation) i-xx. The appendix is only available online.

Reuster-Jahn, Uta:
Let’s go Party! Discourse and Self-Portrayal in the Bongo Fleva song Mikasi (‘Sex’, Ngwair 2004).
Sozialanthropologische Arbeitspapiere, Nr. 101. Swahili Forum (Leipzig), Vol. 14, 2007: 225-244.

Reuster‐Jahn, Uta:
Jugend, Musik und Politik in Tansania. Bongo Fleva – die Musik der neuen Generation in Tansania.
Habari (Berlin), Nr. 3/4, 2010: 157‐168.

Reuster‐Jahn, Uta:
Kuna kupanda na kushuka, bwana! (There is rise and there is fall, man!) –
Reflections on the Music Business in Bongo Fleva Song Lyrics.
in: Strumpf, Mitchel & Imani Sanga (eds.):
Readings in Ethnomusicology. A Collection of Papers Presented at Ethnomusicology Symposium 2010.
Dar es Salaam: Department of Fine and Performing Arts, University of Dar es Salaam, 2010: 117-129.

Reuster‐Jahn, Uta:
‘Am walking on the way kuiseti future yangu.’ The use of English in Bongo Flava Music in Tanzania.
in: Gohrisch, Jana & Ellen Grünkemeier (eds.):
Listening to Africa: Anglophone African Literatures and Cultures.
Anglistik & Englischunterricht, Band 80.
Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2012: 145-173.

Reuster-Jahn, Uta:
‘Antivirus’: The Revolt of Bongo Flava Artists against a Media-and-Entertainment Empire in Tanzania.
in: Krings, Matthias & Uta Reuster-Jahn (eds.):
Bongo Media Worlds: Producing and Consuming Popular Culture in Dar es Salaam.
Mainzer Beiträge zur Afrikaforschung, Band  34.
Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2014: 43-78.

Reuster-Jahn, Uta:
English versus Swahili: Language Choice in Bongo Flava as
Expression of Cultural and Economic Changes in Tanzania.

Swahili Forum (Leipzig), Vol. 21, 2014: 1-25.

Reuster-Jahn, Uta & Gabriel Hacke:
The Bongo Flava Industry in Tanzania and Artists’ Strategies for Success.
Arbeitspapiere / Working Papers, Nr. 127.
Institut für Ethnologie und Afrikastudien.
Johannes Gutenberg‐Universität (Mainz), 2011. 21 p.
Reprint
in: Krings, Matthias & Uta Reuster-Jahn (eds.):
Bongo Media Worlds: Producing and Consuming Popular Culture in Dar es Salaam.
Mainzer Beiträge zur Afrikaforschung, Band  34.
Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2014: 24-42.

Roch, Anna & Gabriel Hacke:
Hip Hop in Tanzania zwischen Message und Flava.
Sozialanthropologische Arbeitspapiere,  Heft 101.
Berlin: Verlag Hans Schiler, 2006. 22 p.

Rosenberg, Aaron:
“Naikumbuka Kesho”: The Nostalgic Present in Tanzanian Verbal Arts.
The World of Music, New Series (Berlin), Vol. 3, Issue 1, January 2014: 101-112.

Sachs, Jürgen:
Swahili-Lieder aus Sansibar.
Mitteilungen des Instituts für Orientforschung (Berlin), Band 12, Heft 3, 1966: 221-240.

Saleh, Seif Salim:
Nyimbo za taarab Unguja [Zanzibari taarab songs].
Lugha Yetu (Dar es Salaam), Toleo 37, 1980: 35-46.

Sanga, Daines:
Traditional Dances and Bongo Fleva:
A Study of Youth Participation in Ngoma Groups in Tanzania.

Swahili Forum (Leipzig), Vol. 20, 2013: 67-84.

Sanga, Imani:
Postcolonial Cosmopolitan Music in Dar es Salaam:
Dr. Remmy Ongala and the Traveling Sounds.

African Studies Review (Cambridge), Vol. 53, Issue 3, 2010: 61-76.

Sanga, Imani:
The practice and politics of hybrid soundscapes in Muziki wa Injili in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Journal of African Cultural Studies (Abingdon). Vol. 22, No. 2, 2010: 145-156.

Sanga, Imani:
Music and the Regulatory Regimes of Gender and Sexuality in Tanzania.
Popular Music and Society (Abingdon), Vol.34, Issue 3, 2011: 351-368.

Sanga, Imani:
Mzungu Kichaa and the Figuring of Identity in Bongo Fleva Music in Tanzania.
IRASM: International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music (Zagreb), Vol. 42, No. 1, 2011: 189-208.

Sanga, Imani:
The Figuring of Postcolonial Urban Segmentarity and  Marginality in Bongo Fleva Music in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
IRASM: International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music (Zagreb), Vol. 44, No. 2, 2013: 385-405.

Sanga, Imani:
The Archiving of Siti Binti Saad and her Engagement with the Music Industry
in Shaaban Robert’s Wasifu wa Siti Binti Saad.

Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies (Abingdon), Vol. 2, Issue 1-2, 2016: 34-44.

Stewart, Gary:
Remmy Ongala: Ubongo Man Has Come.
The Beat (Los Angeles, Calif.), Vol. 9, No. 2, 1990: 26-28 & 63.

Stroeken, Koen:
Immunizing Strategies: Hip-Hop and Critique in Tanzania.
Africa. Journal of the International African Institute (London), Vol. 75, No. 4, 2005: 488- 509.

Stroeken, Koen:
This is not a Haircut. Neoliberalism and Revolt in Kiswahili Rap.
Image [&] Narrative, Online Magazine of the Visual Narrative, Issue 11, 2005.

Suleiman, A. A.:
The Swahili Singing Star Siti binti Saad.
Swahili (Dar es Salaam), Vol. 39, Nos. 1-2, 1969: 87-90.

Suriano, Maria:
Utajiju! It is up to you!: Bongo Flavour ‘in da house,’
Muziki wa Kizazi Kipya, Youth Culture and Globalisation in Tanzania.

Proceedings of the Jubilee Symposium on Kiswahili na Utandawazi-Swahili and
Globalisation, Institute of Kiswahili Research.
Dar es Salaam: University of Dar es Salaam, 2006: 173-193.

Suriano, Maria:
‘Mimi Ni Msanii, Kioo Cha Jamii’:
Urban Youth Culture in Tanzania as Seen through Bongo Fleva and Hip-Hop.

Swahili Forum (Leipzig), Vol.  14, 2007: 207-223.

Suriano, Maria:
Popular Music, Identity and Politics in a Colonial Urban Space:
The Case of Mwanza, Tanzania (1945-1961).

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African Cities: Competing Claims on Urban Spaces.
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Suriano, Maria:
Hip-Hop and Bongo Flavour Music in Contemporary Tanzania:
Youths’ Experiences, Agency, Aspirations and Contradictions.
Africa Development (Dakar), Vol. 36, Nos. 3 & 4, 2011: 113-126.

Suriano, Maria:
Letters to the Editor and Poems: Mambo Leo and Readers’ Debates on Dansi,
Ustaarabu, Respectability, and Modernity in Tanganyika, 1940s-1950s.

Africa Today (Bloomington, Ind.), Vol. 57, No. 3, 2011: 39-55.

Suriano, Maria:
Making the Modern: Contestations over Muziki wa Dansi in Tanganyika, ca. 1945-1961.
African Studies (London), Vol. 70, Issue 3, December 2011: 393-414.

Suriano, Maria:
From Dansi to Bongo Flava – Popular Music and Politics in Tanzania, 1955-2005.
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Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes.
Trenton, N.J.: Africa World Press, 2012: 295-313.

Suriano, Maria:
Music as Bricolage in Post-socialist Dar es Salaam.
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The Acoustic City.
Berlin: Jovis Verlag, 2014: 125-130.

Suriano, Maria:
Mzee Waziri Omari Nyange: A story of Intervention in Tanzanian
Nation-Building with Guitar Music, Sung Swahili Poems and Healing.

Journal of African Cultural Studies (Abingdon). Vol. 27, No. 3, May 2015: 1-17.

Thompson, Katrina Daly:
Keeping it Real: Reality and Representation in Maasai Hip-Hop.
Journal of African Cultural Studies (Abingdon), Vol. 20, Issue 1, 2008: 33-44.

Thompson, Katrina [Daly]:
“I am Maasai”: Interpreting Ethnic Parody in Bongo Flava.
Language in Society (Cambridge), Vol. 39, No. 4, 2010: 493-520.

Thompson, Katrina Daly:
Bongo Flava, Hip-hop and “Local Maasai Flavors”: Interviews with X Plastaz.
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Native Tongues. An African Hip-Hop Reader.
Trenton, N.J.: Africa World Press, 2011: 253-297.

Thompson, Katrina Daly:
Rap, Cartoon and Rap Cartoon:
Representations of the Maasai in Contemporary Tanzanian Popular Culture.

in: Falola, Toyin & Tyler Fleming (eds.):
Music, Performance and African Identities.
New York, N.Y.: Routledge, 2012: 49-61.

Topan, Farouk:
A History of Taarab Music in Zanzibar: A Process of Africanization.
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Continuity and Autonomy in Swahili Communities. Inland Influences and Strategies of Self-Determination.
Beiträge zur Afrikanistik, Band 48.
Wien: Veröffentlichungen der Institute für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie der Universität Wien /
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Song, Dance and the continuity of Swahili Identity.
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Tracey, Hugh:
Recording Tour, May to November 1950, East Africa.
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Continuity and Change in Zanzibari Taarab Performance and Poetry.
Swahili Forum (Leipzig), Vol.11, 2004: 75-81.

Tsuruta, Tadasu:
The Development Process of Dance Bands in Urban Tanzania – In Connection with
Changes in Socioeconomic Political Circumstances from the Colonial Period to the 1980s.

Nilo-Ethiopian Studies (Kyoto), Volume 2000, Issue 5-6, 2000: 9-24.

Tsuruta, Tadasu:
Music as a Profession:
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Hiroshima: Hiroshima City University, 2001: 127-147.

Tsuruta, Tadasu:
Popular Music, Sports, and Politics: A Development of Urban Cultural Movements in Dar es Salaam, 1930s-1960s.
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Tsuruta, Tadasu:
Changing Social Roles of Gogo Sound Culture in Central Tanzania:
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Japanese Review of Cultural Anthropology (Tokyo), Vol. 15, 2014: 169-183.

Tsuruta, Tadasu:
Contemporary Roles of Sound Culture among the Gogo Society, Central Tanzania:
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