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Abrahams, Randall:
Spinning Around: The South African Music Industry in Transition.
Cape Town: Human Sciences Research Council Publishers,
Occasional Paper, Issue 3, 2003. 33 p.
Contents – PDF Download / Télécharger / Baixar 248 KB

Albertyn, Chris:
Keeping Time. 1964-1974.
The Photographs and Cape Town Jazz Recordings of Ian Bruce Huntley.
Chris Albertyn & Associates CC in partnership with Electric Jive, 2013. 160 p.
Contents
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Andersson, Muff:
Music in the Mix.
The Story of South African Popular Music.

Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1981. 189 p.
Contents

Ansell, Gwen:
Soweto Blues.
Jazz, Popular Music, and Politics in South Africa.

New York, N.Y. & London: Continuum, 2004. 350 p.
Contents

Ballantine, Christopher:
Marabi Nights.
Early South African Jazz and Vaudeville.

Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1993. xii & 116 p. & music cassette
Contents
2nd enlarged edition
Marabi Nights: Jazz, ‘Race’ and Society in Early Apartheid South Africa.
Pietermaritzburg: University of Kwa-Zulu Natal Press, 2012. 280 p. & CD
ISBN 978-1-86914-237-7

Bloom, Harry:
King Kong.
The African Jazz Opera.

Lyrics by Pat Williams and Ralph Trawhela.
London: Collins, 1961. 96 p. First edition
London: Fontana Books, 1961. 96 p. Soft cover
Contents

Breakey, Basil:
Beyond the Blues.
Township Jazz in the ’60s and ’70s.

Commentary by Steve Gordon.
Cape Town & Johannesburg: David Philip, 1997. 82 p.
Contents

Chilvers, Garth & Tom Jasiukowicz:
History of Contemporary Music of South Africa.
Braamfontain: Toga Publishing, 1994. 172 p.
Contents

Conrath, Philippe:
Johnny Clegg. La passion zoulou.
Paris: Éditions Seghers / Le Club de Stars, 1988. 263 p.
Table des matières

Coplan, David B[ellin]:
In Township Tonight!
South Africa’s Black City Music and Theatre.
London & New York, N.Y.: Longman, 1985. 278 p.
Johannesburg: Raven Press, 1985. 278 p.
Contents
Second revised edition
In Township Tonight!
South Africa’s Black City Music and Theatre.
Chicago, Ill.: The University of Chicago Press, 2008. 455 p.
Contents
Version française (1985 tirage)
In Township Tonight!
Musique et théâtre dans les villes noires d’Afrique du Sud.
Paris: Karthala, 1992. 456 p.
Table des matières

Coplan, David B[ellin]:
In the Time of Cannibals.
The World Music of South Africa’s Basotho Migrants.
Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, 1994. 300 p.
Contents

Coplan, David [Bellin] & Oscar Gutierrez:
Last Night at the Bassline.
Auckland Park: Jacana Media, 2017. 224 p.
ISBN 978-1-4314-2499-3

Devroop, Chatradari & Chris Walton:
Unsung: South African Jazz Musicians under Apartheid.
Stellenbosch: Sun Press, 2007. 144 p.
Contents

Douglas, Struan:
The Story of South African Jazz. Volume 1.
Durban: afribeat.com, 2013. 344 p.
Contents

Erlmann, Veit:
African Stars.
Studies in Black South African Performance.
Chicago, Ill.: Chicago University Press, 1991. 214 p.
Contents

Erlmann, Veit:
Nightsong.
Performance, Power, and Practice in South Africa.

With an Introduction by Joseph Shabalala.
Chicago, Ill.: The University of Chicago Press, 1996. 446 p. & VHS video
Contents

Erlmann, Veit:
Music, Modernity, and the Global Imagination. South Africa and the West.
New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 1999. 312 p.
Contents

Esterhuysen, Peter:
Kippie Moeketsi: Sad Man of Jazz.
Johannesburg: Viva Books, 1995. 72 p.
ISBN 978-1-874932-21-5

Gaulier, Armelle & Denis-Constant Martin:
Cape Town Harmonies. Memory, Humour and Resilience.
Cape Town: African Minds Publishers, 2016. 368 p.
Contents

Hamm, Charles:
Afro-American Music, South Africa, and Apartheid.
Institute for Studies in American Music, Monograph No. 28.
New York, N.Y.: Conservatory of Music, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, 1988. 42 p.
Contents

Huskisson, Yvonne:
The Bantu Composers of Southern Africa / Die Bantoe-Komponiste van Suider-Afrika.
Johannesburg: South African Broadcasting Corporation / Suid-Afrikaanse Uitsaaikorporasie,
1969. xxvi & 335 p. + 11 p. (1970 Supplement).
Contents

James, Deborah:
Songs of the Women Migrants.
Performance and Identity in South Africa.
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press for the
International African Institute, London: 1999. 238 p.
Contents

Jonker, Julian:
A Silent Way: Routes of South African Jazz, 1946-1978.
Chimurenganyana Series 1.
Vlaeberg: Chimurenga Magazine, 2012. 40 p.

Kivnick, Helen Q.:
Where is the Way. Song and Struggle in South Africa.
London: Penguin, 1990. xv & 378 p.
Contents

Lucia, Christine (ed.):
A World of South African Music. A Reader.
Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2005. 368 p.
Contents

Madondo, Bongani (ed.):
I’m Not Your Weekend Special:
Portraits on the Lifestyle and Politics of Brenda Fassie.

Johannesburg: Picador Africa. 2014. 224 p.
Contents

Makeba, Miriam with James Hall:
Makeba: My Story.
New York, N.Y.: New American Library, 1988. 249 p.
Contents
Version française
Myriam Makeba, une voix pour l’Afrique.
Paris: Nouvelles éditions africaines, 1988. 323 p.
Deutsche ausgabe
Homeland Blues – Ein farbiges Leben.
München: Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, 1991. 348 p.

Makeba, Miriam in conversation with Nomsa Mwamuka:
Makeba. The Miriam Makeba Story.
Johannesburg: STE Publishers, 2004. 262 p.
Contents

Mannergren, Johanna:
Musik, makt och mångfald. Möten med Sydafrika.
Göteborg: Musikhögskolan, 2000. 147 p.
Innehåll

Martin, Denis-Constant:
Coon Carnival. New Year in Cape Town, Past and Present.
Cape Town: David Philip Publishers, 2000. 193 p.
ISBN 978-0-864-864-48-2

Martin, Denis-Constant:
Sounding the Cape.
Music, Identity and Politics in South Africa.
Cape Town: African Minds Publishers, 2013. xxvi & 444 p.
ContentsPDF Download / Télécharger / Baixar 2.27 MB

Masekela, Hugh & D. Michael Cheers:
Still Grazing.
The Musical Journey of Hugh Masekela.
New York, N.Y.: Crown Publishers, 2004. 394 p.
Contents

Mason, John Edwin:
One Love, Ghoema Beat: Inside the Cape Town Carnival.
Charlottesville, Va.: University of Virginia Press, 2010. 140 p.
ISBN 978-0-813930-59-6

McGregor, Maxine:
Chris McGregor and the brotherhood of breath.
My Life with a South African Jazz Pioneer.
Flint, Mich.: Bamberger Books, 1995 244 p.
ISBN 978-0-91745-332-8
Reprint
Grahamstown: Rhodes University, Cory Library, 2014.

McNeill, Fraser G.:  2011
AIDS, Politics and Music in South Africa.
New York. N.Y.: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 306 p.
Contents

Meintjes, Louise:
Sound of Africa.
Making Music Zulu in a South African Studio.
Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2003. 335 p.
Contents

Mogotsi, Joe with Pearl Connor:
Edited by John Patterson & Lars Rasmussen.
Mantindane ‘He Who Survives’.
My Life with The Manhattan Brothers.
Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 3.
Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2002. 160 p. & CD
Contents

Mojapelo, Max:
Diary edited by Sello Galane.
Beyond Memory.
Recording the History, Moments and Memories of South African Music.
Somerset West, South Africa: African Minds, 2008. 360 p.
Contents

Molefe, Z. B. & Mike Mzileni:
Photographs by Mike Mzileni. Introduction by Lara Allen.
A Common Hunger to Sing.
A Tribute to South Africa’s Back Women of Song 1950 to 1990.
Cape Town, Kwela Books, 1997. 125 p.
Contents

Monsoon, Jon:
Stars, Bars & Guitars. A Journey in South African Music. 
Cape Town: Struik Publishers, 2008. 160 p.
ISBN 978-1-770075-02-3

Muller, Carol A[nn]:
South African Music.
A Century of Traditions in Transformation.
Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO, 2004. 314 p. & CD
Contents
Second edition
Focus: Music of South Africa.
New York, N.Y. & Oxford: Routledge, 2008. xix & 338 p. & CD
Contents

Muller, Carol Ann & Sathima Bea Benjamin:
Musical Echoes: South African Women Thinking in Jazz.
Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2011. 384 p.
Contents

Mutloatse, Mothobi (ed.):
Umhlaba Wethu: A Historical Indictment.
Johannesburg: Skotaville Publishers, 1987. 164 p.

Ndabeni, Esinako & Sihle Mthembu:
Born To Kwaito – Reflections on the Kwaito Generation.
Auckland Park, S.A.: Blackbird Books, 2018.  215 p.
ISBN 978-1-928337-67-6

Ngema, Mbongeni:
The Best of Mbongeni Ngema. The Man and his Music.
Johannesburg: Skotaville/Via Afrika, 1995. 242 p.
ISBN 978-0-799415-28-5

Nyberg, Anders:
Freedom is Coming.
Songs of Praise from South Africa for Mixed Choir.
Glasgow: Wild Goode Publications, 1990. 37 p.
Contents

Okumu, Caleb Chrispo:
Tradition, Identity and Performance.
Black South African Popular Music on SABC Television.
Riga: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2010. 328 p.
ISBN 978-3-8383-6494-0

Olsen, Kathryn:
Music and Social Change in South Africa.
Maskanda Past and Present.
Philiadelphia, Pa.: Temple University Press, 2014. xix & 223 p.
Contents

Olwage, Grant (ed.):
Composing Apartheid.
Music for and against Apartheid.
Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2008. 311 p.
Contents

Pietilä, Tuulikki:
Contracts, Patronage and Mediation.
The Articulation of Global and Local in the South African Recording Industry.
London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2015. xi & 239 p.
Contents

Rasmussen, Lars:
Abdullah Ibrahim. A Discography.
Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 1998. 240 p.
Contents
2nd revised edition
Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2000. 240 p.
Contents

Rasmussen, Lars:
Sathima Bea Benjamin: Embracing Jazz.
Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 1.
Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2000. 112 p. & 2 CDs
Contents

Rasmussen, Lars:
Cape Town Jazz 1959-1963.
Photographs by Hardy Stockmann.
Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 2.
Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2001. 112 p.
Contents

Rasmussen, Lars :
Jazz People of Cape Town.
Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 4.
Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2003. 304 p.
Contents

Rasmussen, Lars:
Mbizo – A Book about Johnny Dyani.
Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 5.
Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2003. 352 p.
ISBN 87-914430-1-6

Schadeberg, Jurgen:
Jazz, Blues & Swing.
Six Decades of Music in South Africa.
Photographs by Jurgen Schadeberg.
Essays by Don Albert, Gwen Ansell, Darius Brubeck and Hotep Idris Galeta.
Claremont, South Africa: David Philip Publishers / New Africa Book, 2007. 168 p.
Contents

Schlesinger, Minky:
Nightingales and Nice-time Girls:
The Story of Township Women and Music (1900-1960).

Kensington, S.A.: Viva Books, 1993. 82 p.
ISBN 978-1-874932-06-2

Schlesinger, Minky:
Yvonne Chaka Chaka. Princess of Africa.
Kensington, S.A.: Viva Books, 1993. 52 p.
Contents

Shaw, Jonathan G.:
The South African Music Business. 3rd edition.
Johannesburg: Ada Enup, 2017. 704 p.
Download / Télécharger / Baixar “Contents_PDF” 2.96 MB

South African Music Studies (Matieland), Vol. 33, No. 1, 2013.
Issue on South African Jazz
Contents

Steingo, Gavin;
Kwaito’s Promise.
Music and the Aesthetics of Freedom in South Africa.
Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, 2016. 320 p.
Contents

Thembela, Alex J. & Edmund P.M. Radebe:
The Life and Works of Joseph Shabalala and the Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
Pietermaritzburg: Reach Out Publishers, 1993. 77 p.
ISBN 978-0-947457-64-8

Titlestad, Michael:
Making the Changes.
Jazz in South African Literature and Reportage.
Pretoria: University of South Africa Press / Leiden: Koninklijke Brill NV, 2004. 275 p.
Contents

Walton, Chris & Stephanus Muller (eds.):
Gender and Sexuality in South African Music.
Stellenbosch: Sun Press, 2005. 97 p.
Contents

Whaley, Andrew:
Brenda Remembered. {Brenda Fassie}
Claremont, South Africa: Spearhead / New Africa Books, 2004. 91 p.
Contents

Williams, Pat:
King Kong: Our Knot of Time & Music.
A Personal Memoir of South Africa’s Legendary Musical.
London: Portobello Books Ltd., 2017. 336 p.
ISBN 978-1-84627-653-8

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  • Abrahams, Randall:
    Spinning Around: The South African Music Industry in Transition.
    Cape Town: Human Sciences Research Council Publishers,
    Occasional Paper, Issue 3, 2003. 33 p.
    ISBN 0-7969-2020-6

    CONTENTS

    Preface iii
    About the Author iv

    Spinning Around: The South African Music
    Industry in Transition 1
    Does a truly South African music style exist? 9
    Making music,making money 19

    Notes 30
    References 31
    Sound recordings 32

  • Albertyn, Chris:
    Keeping Time. 1964-1974.
    The Photographs and Cape Town Jazz Recordings of Ian Bruce Huntley.
    Chris Albertyn & Associates CC in partnership with Electric Jive, 2013. 160 p.
    ISBN 978-0-620-58325-1

    CONTENTS

    Contents 9

    Ian Bruce Huntley
    Acknowledgements 11

    Chris Albertyn
    Foreword 13

    Chris Albertyn
    A portrait of Ian Bruce Huntley 17

    Jonathan Eato
    The Ian Bruce Huntley Archive 23

    The Photographs of Ian Bruce Huntley 38
    Room at the Top, Cape Town, 1964 29
    Thibault Square Recording Studio, Cape Town, 1964 46
    Zambezi Restaurant, Cape Town, 1964 48
    Cape Town City Hall, 1966 52
    Salt River Town Hall, Cape Town, 1965 54
    Dorkay House, Johannesburg, 1965-1966 56
    Ambassadors, Cape Town, 1966 64
    Grand Prix Restaurant, Cape Town, c1966 68
    Troubadour Restaurant, Cape Town, 1966 70
    Bantu YMCA, Durban, 1968 74
    Mayor Gradner’s House, Cape Town, 1970 76
    Langa Community Centre, Cape Town, 1971 78
    Langa Stadium, Cape Town, 1971 84
    New Brighton Stadium, Port Elizabeth, 1971 92
    Langa Stadium, Cape Town, 1972 96
    Langa Town Hall, Cape Town, 1972 120
    The Art Centre, Cape Town, c1972 124
    University of Cape Town, 1972 128
    Langa Community Centre, Cape Town, 1973 132
    Beverley Lounge, Cape Town, 1974 134
    Langa Community Centre, Cape Town, 1974 140
    The Space Theatre, Cape Town, 1974 144

    Compiled by Chris Albertyn
    The Recordings 149

    Index 156

    Colophon 160

  • Andersson, Muff:
    Music in the Mix.
    The Story of South African Popular Music.
    Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1981. 189 p.
    ISBN 0-86975-218-9

    CONTENTS

    Part 1
    The Background to Today’s South African Music Scene

    Chapter 1
    Gone With the Wind Instrument 13
    Traditional African Music and Influences from the West
    Chapter 2
    Tracing Connections 19
    The Work of Musicologists Hugh and Andrew Tracey
    Chapter 3
    Township Tunes, Resistance Rhythms 23
    The Growth of Township Music, and its Changing Status
    Chapter 4
    And the Rest Is History 37
    The Early years of the South African Record Industry

    Part 2
    Music as Propaganda: An Instrument of Apartheid

    Chapter 1
    Music in the Mix, and Money for the Rich 45
    The Record Industry and Its Policies
    Chapter 2
    The Politics of Production 61
    Interviews with Independent Producers
    Chapter 3
    Another Brick in the Wall 85
    Radio’s Stranglehold; Sarie Awards; ‘Independent’ Radio
    Chapter 4
    Such Natural Rhythm 99
    Music as propaganda

    Part 3
    Repercussions, the Damage Done, and Future Trends

    Chapter 1
    Too Much Pressure 109
    Why Emerging Styles Were Stunted
    Chapter 2
    Band on the Run 119
    South African Musicians in Exile
    Chapter 3
    Caught in the Act 123
    Interviews, Notes and Raves on Five Categories of Musicians
    Chapter 4
    Toward the Final Mix 169
    Thoughts about Music for Development

  • Ansell, Gwen:
    Soweto Blues.
    Jazz, Popular Music, and Politics in South Africa.
    New York, N.Y. & London: Continuum, 2004. 350 p.

    ISBN 0-8264-15662-4 (Hardcover)

    CONTENTS

    Introduction vii

    Chapter 1
    Where It All Started 1
    Chapter 2
    New Sounds of the Cities 27
    Chapter 3
    Athens on the Reef 64
    Chapter 4
    The Land Is Dead 108
    Chapter 5
    Underground in Africa 143
    Chapter 6
    Jazz for the Struggle, and the Struggle for Jazz 180
    Chapter 7
    Home Is Where the Music Is: South African Jazz Abroad 221
    Chapter 8
    The 1990s and Beyond: Not Yet Uhuru 261

    Appendix
    Interviewees and Recordings 305

    Glossary 325
    Bibliography 333
    Index 337

  • Ballantine, Christopher:
    Marabi Nights.
    Early South African Jazz and Vaudeville.

    Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1993. xii & 116 pp. & music cassette.
    ISBN 0-86975-439-4

    CONTENTS

    Preface ix
    Acknowledgements xi

    Marabi Nights
    Memory, History and Context:
    An Introduction and Overview 1

    Concert and Dance
    The Foundations of Black Jazz in South Africa
    Between the 1920s and the Early 1940s 11

    Music and Emancipation
    The Social Role of Black Jazz and Vaudeville in
    South Africa Between the 1920s and the Early 1940s 39

    Music and Repression
    Race, Class and Gender in Black South Aftican Jazz
    Culture up to the Early 1940s 63

    Appendix 87
    Index 102

    CASSETTE

    Side 1

    Vaudeville
    Griffiths Motsieloa and Company: Stimela No. 1
    Griffiths Motsieloa and Company: Sponono naMarabi
    Motsielca’s Pitch Black Follies: Tsaba Tsaba ke No. 1
    William and Wilfred Mseleku: Qua qa
    Bantu Glee Singers: Ndunduma
    Snowy Radebe and Company: Emakhaya
    Griffiths Motsieloa and Company: Khanya
    John Mavimbela and Company: eGoli
    Griffiths Motsieloa and Ignatius Monare: Aubuti Nkikho
    Snowy Radebe and Company: eBhayi
    Jazz
    Amanzimtoti Players: Sbhinono
    Nkandia Guitar Players: Evelina

    Side 2

    Jazz
    Jazz Revellers Band: Sponono
    W. P. Zikali: Ntebejana
    The Merry Blackbirds: iChain Covers
    The Merry Blackbirds: uMajaji
    The Merry Blackbirds: Woza we Mzala
    Hot Lips Dance Band: Marabi No. 2 Jive
    Willie Gumede’s Swing Band: Mabuza
    Willie Gumede’s Swing Band: Mkhize
    The Merry Blackbirds: Heat Wave
    Thomas Mabiletsa: Zulu Piano Medley, No.1: Part 1
    Thomas Mabiletsa: Zulu Piano Medley, No.2: Part 1
    Zuluboy and His Jazz Maniacs: Izikhalo Zika Zuluboy
    Zuluboy and His Jazz Maniacs: Tsaba Tsaba

  • Bloom, Harry:
    King Kong.
    An African Jazz Opera.

    Lyrics by Pat Williams and Ralph Trawhela
    London: Collins, 1961. 96 p. First edition
    London: Fontana Books, 1961 96 p. Soft cover
    ISBN N/A

    CONTENTS

    Foreword by Harry Bloom 7

    Original English Production and Cast 21

    Musical Synopsis 25

    King Kong [Full text – Act 1 & 2] 27-96

     

     

     

     

     

  • Breakey, Basil:
    Beyond the Blues.
    Township Jazz in the ’60s and ’70s.
    Commentary by Steve Gordon
    Cape Town & Johannesburg: David Philip, 1997. 82 p.
    ISBN 0-86486-242-3

    CONTENTS

    Christopher Ballantine
    Introduction 1

    Steve Gordon
    Basil Breakey – A Brief Biography 5

    Part 1
    Johannesburg, Early 1960s 9
    Part 2
    Swaziland 1966-1968 41
    Part 3
    Cape Town, Early 1970s 49

    Louis Moholo
    On the Blue Notes 79

    Discography 81

  • Chilvers, Garth & Tom Jasiukowicz:
    History of Contemporary Music of South Africa.
    Braamfontain: Toga Publishing, 1994. 172 p.
    ISBN 0-620-18121-4

    CONTENTS

    Introduction i

    A-Z of SA Music 1-146

    A 1
    B 6
    C 17
    D 26
    E 33
    F 36
    G 45
    H 51
    I 58
    J 60
    K 64
    L 69
    M 77
    N 91
    O 94
    P 97
    Q 104
    R 105
    S 113
    T 129
    U 134
    V 135
    W 138
    X 143
    Y 144
    Z 145

    Acknowledgements 147
    Music Lists 149
    Index 151

  • Conrath, Philippe:
    Johnny Clegg. La passion zoulou.
    Paris: Éditions Seghers / Le Club des Stars, 1988. 263 p.
    ISBN 2-232-10139-8

    TABLE DES MATIÈRES

    Avant-propos et mode d’emploi  7

    Petit précis d’histoire de l’Afrique du Sud, par Pierre Haski  9

    Voyage biographique avec un Zoulou blanc  35
    1 Joburg 37
    2 Une ferme en Rhodésie 41
    3 Un beau-père à poigne 49
    4 La bar-mitsva 56
    5 Charlie le Zoulou 65
    6 Les migrants 69
    7 Guerriers et artistes 78
    8 Entrer dans la danse 85
    9 L’arme du langage 91
    10 Voler le public 101
    11 Sipho 109
    12 Les années Juluka 119
    13 Savuka 138
    14 Succès et critiques 148
    15 Pour une culture sud-africaine 158
    16 Noël au Zululand 174

    “Johnny, je t’adore” par Renaud 187
    Promenade sentimentale dans l’univers de Johnny Clegg 197
    Remerciements 259

  • Coplan, David B[ellin]:
    In Township Tonight!
    South Africa’s Black City Music and Theatre.
    London & New York, N.Y.: Longman, 1985. 278 p.
    ISBN 0-582-64401-1 (cloth) 0-582-64400-3 (paper)

    CONTENTS

    Terminology vi
    Maps ix

    1 Introduction 1
    2 City life and performing arts in nineteenth-century South Africa 8
    3 Black Johannesburg, 1900-20 56
    4 Working-class performance culture between the World Wars 90
    5 Elite performance culture between the World Wars 113
    6 Sophiatown – culture and community, 1940-60 143
    7 Township music and musicians 183
    8 Twenty years of black theatre: 
        the struggle for black city culture 203
    9 Conclusion: the social dialectics of performance 230

    Appendix A 250
    Appendix B 253
    Appendix C 258

    Glossary 264
    Index 272

  • Coplan, David B[ellin]:
    In Township Tonight!
    South Africa’s Black City Music and Theatre. Second revised edition
    Chicago, Ill.: The University of Chicago Press, 2008. 455 p.
    ISBN 978-0-226-11567-2

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements ix
    A note on terminology xi

    1 Introduction: In township last night 1
    2 City life and performing arts in nineteenth-century South Africa 13
    3 Black Johannesburg, 1900-1920 74
    4 Black performance culture between the world wars: 
       the ‘rank and file’ 110
    5 Black performance culture between the world wars:
       the ‘situations’ 135
    6 Sophiatown: culture and community, 1940-1960 170
    7 Township music and musicians, 1960-1980 224
    8 Twenty years of black theatre: the struggle for black city culture 264
    9 The darkness and the dawn: black popular music since 1980 293
    10 Jazz and other (con)fusions since 1990 340
    11 Out of the townships tonight: emerging South African theatre 367
    12 Conclusion: In township tomorrow night 396

    Appendix A 423
    Appendix B 427
    Appendix C 432

    Glossary 438
    Index 445

  • Coplan, David B[ellin]:
    In Township Tonight!
    Musique et théâtre dans les villes noires d’Afrique du Sud.
    Paris: Karthala, 1992. 437 p.
    ISBN 978-2-8653734-1-3

    TABLE DES MATIÈRES

    Introduction 7
    1 La vie citadine et  les arts du spectacle au XIXe siècle 
       en Afrique du Sud 17
    2 Le Johannesburg noir de 1900 à 1920 89
    3 Manifestations culturelles de la classe ouvrière pendant 
       l’entre-deux-guerres 139
    4 Manifestations culturelles de l’élite pendant l’entre-deux-guerres 173
    5 Sophiatown – culture et communauté de 1940 à 1960 219
    6 Musique et musiciens du township 279
    7 Vingt ans de théâtre noir : la lutte pour une culture noire urbaine 309

    Conclusion 349
    Postface 377
    Appendices 403
    Remarques sur la terminologie 419
    Glossaire 423
    Cartes 434
    Index 437

  • Coplan, David B[ellin]:
    In the Time of Cannibals.
    The World Music of South Africa’s Basotho Migrants.

    Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, 1994. 300 p.
    ISBN 0-226-11573-9 (cloth) 0-226-11574-7 (paper)

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgments ix
    Preface xi
    Orthographic Note xxi

    Chapter 1
    “Hyenas Do Not Sleep Together”
    The Interpretation of Basotho Migrants’ Auriture 1

    Chapter 2
    “The Mouth of a Commoner Is Not Listened To”
    Power, Performance, and History 30

    Chapter 3
    “Greetings, Child of God!”
    Generations of Travelers and Their Songs 65

    Chapter 4
    “An Initiation Secret Is Not Told at Home”
    The Making of a Country Traveler 90

    Chapter 5
    “These Mine Compounds, I Have Long Worked Them”
    Auriture and Migrants’ Labors 118

    Chapter 6
    “I’d Rather Die in the Whiteman’s Land”
    The Traveling Women of Eloquence 150

    Chapter 7
    “My Heart Fights with My Understanding”
    Bar Women’s Auriture and Basotho Popular Culture 178

    Chapter 8
    “Eloquence Is Not Stuck on Like a Feather”
    Sesotho Aural Composition and Aesthetics 201

    Chapter 9
    “Laughter Is Greater than Death”
    Migrants’ Songs and the Meaning of Sesotho 242

    Appendix 1 263
    Appendix 2 270

    References 281
    Index 293

  • Devroop, Chatradari & Chris Walton:
    Unsung: South African Jazz Musicians under Apartheid.
    Stellenbosch: Sun Press, 2007. 144 p.
    ISBN 978-1-920109-67-7

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements 1
    Listening to the grey scales 3
    Transcribing History 9

    Johnny Mekoa 13
    Johnny Fourie 27
    Philip Tabane 39
    Robbie Jansen 45
    Jasper Cook 59
    Barney Rachabane 73
    Anthony (Tony) Schilder 79
    Tete Mbambisa 93
    Noel Desmond Stockton 105
    Dave Galloway 119

    Contributors 127
    Further Reading 133
    Index 135

  • Douglas, Struan:
    The Story of South African Jazz. Volume 1.
    Durban: afribeat.com, 2013. 344 p.
    ISBN 978-1-329-58326-9 (paper) 978-0-620-52064-5 (Kindle edition)

    CONTENTS

    Starting with the heart 9
    Introduction to the Story of SA Jazz 13
    Perspectives on the Development of Jazz Music 29
    Interview Vince Colbe 31
    Interview Mr Brookes 40
    Interview Dennis Constant Martin 45
    The First Ray of South African Jazz 57
    The Drum Writers 59
    Interview Thandi Klaasen 66
    Interview Dolly Rathebe 67
    Interview Theo Bophela 77
    Interview Ezme Matshikiza 83
    Interview The Manhattan Brothers 93
    Interview Miriam Makeba 95
    Interview Hugh Masekela 97
    SABC Archives 101
    Bright New Brighton 103
    The Second Ray of South African Jazz 105
    Chris McGregor 107
    Interview Louis Moholo 111
    Interview Sathima Bea Benjamin 113
    Interview Abdullah Ibrahim  116
    Interview Lucky Ranku 125
    Interview Claude Deppa 129
    Interview Morris Goldberg 133
    Interview Lars Rasmussen 135
    The Inxiles 137
    Interview Ezra Ngcukana 139
    Tribute to Winston Mankunku 145
    Interview Mike Perry 147
    Interview Elias ‘S’dumo’ Ngidi 152
    Interview Barney Rachabane 167
    Ian Bruce Huntley Archive 172
    The Third Ray of South African Jazz 173
    Interview Robbie Jansen 175
    Interview Feya Faku 183
    Interview Valmont Layne and Colin Miller 195
    The Fourth Ray of South African Jazz 207
    Wondergigs 209
    Mac Mckenzie 211
    Interview Goema Captains of Cape Town 213
    Interview DJ Ready D 225
    Interview Moses Molelekwa 233
    Interview Moses Khumalo 246
    Interview Carlo Mombelli 251
    Tribute to Johnny Fourie 267
    Interview Marcus Wyatt 269
    Interview Gito Baloi 282
    Madala Kunene 289
    Cape Town International Jazz festival 293
    Interview Jack Von Poll 299
    The Fifth Ray of South African Jazz 305
    Grahamstown National Jazz festival 311
    Interview Mike Skipper 313
    Interview Brian Thusi 320
    Interview Hotep Galeta 325
    The Revolution is Self Publishing 330
    Music Education Stargate to yourself 333
    The African Jazz Way 335

    About the author 340
    Index 341

  • Erlmann, Veit:
    African Stars.
    Studies in Black South African Performance.
    Chicago, Ill.: Chicago University Press, 1991. 214 p.
    ISBN 0-226-21722-1 (cloth) 0-226-21724-8 (paper)

    CONTENTS

    List of Illustrations ix
    List of Musical Examples xi
    A Note on Orthography and Translations xiii

    Preface xv

    1. Introduction 1
    2. “A Feeling of Prejudice”: Orpheus M. McAdoo and the Virginia
        Jubilee Singers in South Africa, 1890-1898 21
    3. Cultural Osmosis, Ethnicity, and Tradition in Black Popular
        Music in Durban, 1913-1939 54
    4. “Horses in the Race Course”: The Domestication of Ingoma
        Dance, 1929-1939 95
    5. “An African Star”: Reuben T. Caluza and Early Popular Music
        in South Africa 112
    6. “Singing Brings Joy to the Distressed”: The Early Social History
        of Zulu Migrant Workers’ Choral Music 156
    7. Conclusion: South African Black Music and The Wider African
        Field 175

    Notes 183
    References 195
    Index 207

  • Erlmann, Veit:
    Nightsong.
    Performance, Power, and Practice in South Africa.

    With an Introduction by Joseph Shabalala.
    Chicago, Ill.: The University of Chicago Press, 1996. 446 p. & VHS video (60 minute)
    ISBN 0-226–21720-5 (cloth) 0-226-21721-3 (paper)

    CONTENTS

    Video Contents ix
    Figures and Musical Examples xi
    Note on Orthography and Translation xiii
    Preface xv

    Part 1 Texts

    Introduction
    Joseph Bekhizizwe Shabalala: A Unifying Force 3

    1. Performance Theorized 11
    2. lsicathamiya Performance Represented 29
    3. The History of lsicathamiya, 1891-1991 40

    Part 2 Spaces

    4. The Unhomely: Performers and Migrants 101
    5. Ekhaya: The Past, the Home, and the Nation Revived 133
    6. The Home Embodied: Dance and Dress in Isicathamiya 179
    7. Praise and Prayer: The Rhetoric of lsicatharniya 204
    8. Attacking with Song:
        The Aesthetics of Power and Competition 224
    9. “Strengthening Native Home Life”: 
        lsicathamiya and Hegemony 243
    10. Things Will Come Right:
          The Political Economy of Noncommercial Performance 261

    Part 3 Self

    11. “Two Worlds, One Heart”:
          Joseph Shabalala and Ladysmith Black Mambazo 283

    Postscript 1994 315
    Notes 317
    A Select Discography of Isicatharniya 323
    Glossary 419
    References 421
    Index 437

    VIDEO

    Prakthisa
    Kings Boys 1’10
    Jabula Home Defenders 5’09
    Cup and Saucer “Akhasangibaleii” 9’53
    Durban City Boys 11’51
    Jabula Home Defenders “Somebody Is Calling My Name” 14’37
    Natal Universal 21’21
    Harding Boys 24’20
    New Home Brothers 27’42
    Kompiti
    Natal Universal 35’40
    Easy Walkers
    – ”Imbube”  37’43
    – ”Come, My Lord” 40’02
    – “Vela Mfowethu” 41’22
    Durban City Boys “Jesu Wami” 45’28
    Harding Boys “Amagugu Alelizwe” 47’03
    Danger Stars 48’15
    – “Gumbaya” 49’18
    Cup and Saucer “Trust and Obey” 51’42

  • Erlmann, Veit:
    Music, Modernity, and the Global Imagination. South Africa and the West.
    New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 1999. 312 p.
    ISBN 0-19-512367-0

    CONTENTS

    Introduction 3

    Part I
    “Heartless Swindle”: The African Choir and the Zulu Choir in England and America 11

    1. Archaic Images, Utopian Dreams:
        Forms of Nineteenth-Century Historical Consciousness 15
    2. “Style Is Just the Man Himself”:
        (Auto)Biography, Self-Identity, and Fictions of Global Order 32
    3. Inventing the Metropolis: Josiah Semouse’s Travel Diary 
        and the Dilemmas of Representation 59
    4. “Spectatorial Lust”:
        Spectacle and the Crisis of Imperial Knowledge 86
    5. Symbols of Inclusion and Exclusion:
        Nationalism, Colonial Consciousness, and the “Great Hymn” 111
    6. Variations upon a Theme:
        The Zulu Choir in London, 1892-93 133
    7. “God’s Own Country”:
        Black America, South Africa, and the Spirituals 144
    8. Interlude 165

    Part II
    “Days of Miracle and Wonder”: Graceland and the Continuities of the Postcolonial World 167

      9. Figuring Culture: The Crisis of Modernity and
          Twentieth-Century Historical Consciousness 173
    10. Hero on the Pop Chart:
          Paul Simon and the Aesthetics of World Music 179
    11. Fantasies of Home: The Antinomies of Modernity and the
          Music of Ladysmith Black Mambazo 199
    12. Dream Journeys: Techniques of the Self and the Biographical
          Imagination of Bhekizizwe J. Shabalala 214
    13. Songs of Truth and Healing:
          Searching for a New South Africa 234
    14. Communities of Style:
          Musical Figures of Black Diasporic Identity 246
    15. Dances with Power: Michael Jackson, Ladysmith Black
          Mambazo, and the Ambiguities of Race 268
    16. Epilogue: The Art of the Impossible 281

    Notes 283
    Index 308

  • Gaulier, Armelle & Denis-Constant Martin:
    Cape Town Harmonies. Memory, Humour and Resilience.
    Cape Town: African Minds Publishers, 2016. 368 p.
    ISBN 978-1-928331-50-6

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements vii
    Foreword xiii
    Prologue xvii

    Introduction 1

    Part One
    Memory and Processes of Musical – Appropriation
    Chapter 1
    Music behind the music: Appropriation as the engine of creation 39
    Chapter 2
    In the footsteps of the future: Musical memory and reconciliation in South Africa 59

    Part Two
    Nederlandsliedjies and Notions of Blending
    Chapter 3
    The nederlandsliedjies’ “uniqueness” 77
    Chapter 4
    The meanings of blending 107

    Part Three
    Moppies: Humour and Survival
    Chapter 5
    Assembling comic songs 135
    Chapter 6
    Behind the comic 179

    Conclusion
    Memory, resilience, identity and creolisation 219

    Appendix 1 –  Nederlandsliedjies lyrics 237
    Appendix 2 – Cape Malay Choir Board adjudication reports 247
    Appendix 3 –  Moppie lyrics 253

    References 321
    Interviews with musicians, judges and experts 335

  • Hamm, Charles:
    Afro-American Music, South Africa, and Apartheid.
    Institute for Studies in American Music, Monograph No. 28.
    New York, N.Y.: Conservatory of Music, Brooklyn College of
    the City University of New York, 1988. 42 p. 
    ISBN 0-914678-31-0

    CONTENTS

    [Part 1] 1

    [Part 2] 16

    Notes 38

  • Huskisson, Yvonne:
    The Bantu Composers of Southern Africa /
    Die Bantoe-Komponiste van Suider-Afrika.
    Johannesburg: South African Broadcasting Corporation /
    Suid-Afrikaanse Uitsaaikorporasie, 1969. xxxvi & 335 p. + 11 p. (1970 Supplement).
    ISBN N/A

    CONTENTS

    Foreword / Voorwoord iii
    Preface / Inleiding v
    Composer Index / Inhoudsopgawe: Komponiste xxv

    B 1
    C 23
    D 29
    F 36
    G 38
    H 44
    J 47
    K 50
    L 67
    M 76
    N 200
    P 234
    Q 241
    R 243
    S 250
    T 274
    V 287
    W 289
    X 291
    Z 292

    Birthdays: Bantu Composers /
    Geboortedae: Bantoe-komponiste 295

    Reference / Naslaan-gegewens
    Traditional Instruments of the Bantu /
    Tradisionele instrumente van die Bantoe 299

    1970 Supplementary details 1-11

  • James, Deborah:
    Songs of the Women Migrants.
    Performance and Identity in South Africa.
    Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press for the
    International African Institute, London, 1999. 238 p.
    ISBN 0-7486-1304-8

    CONTENTS

    List of Maps, Tables and Figures vi
    Acknowledgements viii

    Introduction 1

    1
    Home Boys, Home Dances: Migrants Create Past and Place 22
    2
    ‘Those of My Home’: Migrant Women on the Reef 46
    3
    ‘We are Visitors’: Men’s and Women’s Kiba 71
    4
    Women as Brothers, Women as Sons:
    Domestic Predicaments Unravelled 99
    5
    ‘I Dress in This Fashion’:
    Rural Women Singers and the Sotho Life-Course 110
    6
    Dislocations and Continuities:
    Disrupted Youth and Adolescence 143
    7
    Family Gifts, Family Spirits 163

    Conclusion 186

    Appendix 1 Lists of Discussions and Interpreters 194
    Appendix 2 List of Kiba Performances 198
    Appendix 3 Select Discography 200

    Notes 203
    Bibliography 218
    Index 231

  • Kivnick, Helen Q.:
    Where is the Way.
    Song and Struggle in South Africa.
    London: Penguin, 1990. xv & 378 p.
    ISBN 0-14-012895-6

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgments vii
    Introduction xi

    I. People Who Sing
    Shabalala Speaking 3
    Behind the Sound 5
    They Are Singing in Africa 7

    II. In Church
    Worship in Soweto 15
    Black in Christ’s Mission 24
    Offering 28
    My Hope, Will It Rise, Rise, Rise? 33
    Black Christ Apart 47
    Zion on the Mountain 51
    Zion in Zulu 54

    III. In The Country
    Homelands History 65
    Rabbit and Wolf 72
    Venda Song 76
    The Song Is My Soul 80
    Shangaan Calls 92
    The Chief and the Ladies 97

    IV. Migrants
    On Your Toes 113
    Black Mambazo 126
    Black Turf, White Turf 145
    White Mambazo 154
    Last Night, Early in the Morning 166
    Walk Stealthily, Boys 176

    V. In the City
    In Chorus 195
    Open for Me 201
    Wherever We Make It 210
    At Home in Soweto 213
    Township Jive 225
    Images of Home 231
    Taking a Wife 241
    Wed in Tradition 245
    A Place to Smile 250

    VI. In Protest
    Let Freedom Sing 267
    House of Peace 274
    An Injury to One Is an Injury to All 276
    A Song for One Is a Song for All 281
    Inside in Pretoria 292
    Sentenced for Singing 303
    Nonyamezelo: Enduring with Dignity 308
    Singing and Spirit in South Africa 318
    Nkosi Sikelel’i Afrika 321

    Epilogue 333

    Appendixes
    Notes 339
    Let Their Voices Be Heard 349
    Related Recordings 353
    Background and Related Readings 361
    Index 367

  • Lucia, Christine (ed.):
    A World of South African Music. A Reader.
    Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2005. 368 p.
    ISBN 19044303366

    CONTENTS

    Preface and Acknowledgements xvii
    Introduction xxi

    Part 1: Imperialism to modernism 1

    John Barrow
    A Journey to the Booshuanas 1
    Ludwig Alberti
    Tribal Life & Customs of the Xhosa 3
    John Barrow
    Travels in Southern Africa 5
    Christian Latrobe
    Music in the Cape 7
    Andrew Smith
    Songs of the Zoolas 13
    Robert Godlonton
    Music for the Settler Jubilee 15
    Christopher Birkett
    Preface to a Solfa Tune-book 18
    Andrew Anderson
    Music in the Northern Cape and Bechuanaland 19
    John Bokwe
    Ntsikana, the Story of an African Hymn 21
    J. W. Househam
    Wings of Song 26
    Reuben Caluza
    African Music 29
    Percival Kirby
    The Gora, a Stringed-wind Instrument 32
    Frieda Bokwe Matthews
    African Music in South Africa 39

    Part 2: Apartheid and musicology 41

    Edward Dunn
    A New Era for Music and Musicians 41
    Hugh Tracey
    The State of Folk Music in Bantu Africa 44
    Ezekiel Mphahlele
    Columbia Dance Hall, Marabastad 48
    John Blacking
    Ocarina Music of the Venda 50
    Mona de Beer
    King Kong 57
    Dollar Brand/Abdullah Ibrahim
    Africa, Music, and Show Business 60
    John Blacking
    Tonal Organisation in Venda Initiation Music 62
    Joseph Scotch Coko
    Reminiscences of Healdtown 66
    David Rycroft
    Princess Constance Magogo 72
    David K. Rycroft
    Evidence of Stylistic Continuity in Zulu ‘Town’ Music 79
    J.J.A. van der Walt and G.G. Cillié
    Aspects of Afrikaans Music 90
    Ralph Trewhela
    Wait a Minim and King Kong 94
    Khabi Mngoma
    The Correlation of Folk and Art Music among African Composers 98
    W.S.J. Grobler
    The FAK and Afrikaans Music 107
    David Dargie
    The Music of Ntsikana 109
    David Coplan
    Highbreaks: A Taste of Marabi in the 1920s and ‘30s 116
    Anna Bender-Brink
    Christian Schubart and the Cape 122
    Jaques Malan 
    Opera Houses in South Africa 126
    Christopher Ballantine
    Chris McGregor 130
    Howard Ferguson
    Arnold van Wyk and Nagmusiek 133

    Part 3: Music and social transformation 138

    Miriam Makeba
    My Story 138
    Bongani Mthethwa
    The Songs of A.A. Kumalo:
    A Study in Nguni and Western Musical Syncretism 140
    Lucy Faktor-Kreitzer
    From Latvia to South Africa 147
    David Dargie
    Xhosa Overtone Singing 152
    Barry Smith
    The Royal School of Church Music in South Africa 156
    Melveen Jackson
    Tiger Dance, Terukuttu, Tango, and Tchaikovsky: A Politico-Cultural
    View of Indian South African Music before 1948 159
    Alfred Temba Qabula
    But We Sing 170
    Veil Erlmann
    Reuben T. Caluza and Early Popular Music 172
    Christopher Ballantine
    Music and Emancipation 181
    Sallyann Goodall
    Hindu Devotional Music in Durban 192
    Desmond Desai
    Cape Malay Music 199
    Nollene Davies
    The Guitar in Zulu Maskanda Tradition 207
    Robin Wells
    Basotho Mbube 216
    David Coplan
    Basotho Performance Aesthetics: Sefela and Shebeen Songs 220

    Part 4: A New South Africa 231

    Veit Erlmann
    Isicathamiya in the 1970s-90s 231
    Andrew Tracey
    Indigenous Instruments 238
    Kaiser Netshitangani
    Songs of the Venda Murundu School 245
    Emmanuelle Olivier
    The Art of Metamorphosis – Or the Ju|’hoan Conception of Plurivocality 250
    Justin Clarkson-Fletcher et al 
    Analysing Kevin Volans’ White Man Sleeps 258
    Lara Allen
    Kwela 267
    Deborah James
    Pedi Women’s Kiba Performance 272
    Denis-Constant Martin
    Coon Carnival: New Year in Cape Town 279
    Carol Muller
    Nazarite Hymns 285
    Stephanas Muller
    Stefans Grove: Senate op Afrika-motiewe 289
    Christine Lucia
    Abdullah Ibrahim and the Uses of Memory 298
    Lara Allen
    Vocal Jive and Political Identity during the 1950s 305
    Grant Olwage
    John Knox Bokwe and Black Choralism 310
    Martin Scherzinger
    The Globalisation of South African Music 320

    References 325
    List of Sources  349
    Index 363

  • Madondo, Bongani (ed.):
    I’m Not Your Weekend Special:
    Portraits on the Lifestyle and Politics of Brenda Fassie.

    Johannesburg: Picador Africa. 2014. 224 p.
    ISBN 978-1-77010-366-5 (pbk) 978-1-77010-367-2 (eBook)

    CONTENTS

    Note to the Reader
    Foreword by Hugh Masekela
    Introduction by Bongani Madondo

    Bongani Madondo
    You Shall Rise At Dawn
    Searching for MaBrrr in the Colony: 1800s–1964

    Bongani Madondo
    Bring it All Home to Me
    Name Calling & the Auto-fictional Tale of Alienation,
    Rebellion & Divinity

    Themba K. Fassie
    No. 26 Makana Square, Langa, Kapa
    Before & After the Baby was Born

    Sam Mathe
    ‘Weekend Special’
    The Making of a South African Classic

    Melvyn Matthews
    (Heard That One About) How I Wrote Africa’s Biggest
    Pop Song, Ever, ‘Weekend Special’?

    Charl Blignaut
    In Bed with Brenda
    A White Moffie Falls for a Black Vixen

    Mpho Lebona
    Baby it Hurts
    Growing up Sharing the Sleeping Couch with u-Benda

    Janet Smith
    Little Red Corvette

    Njabulo S. Ndebele
    Still Thinking of MaBrrr

    Mmabatho Selemela
    ‘Touch … Touch Me Baby’
    Soundtrack to My Sowetan Childhood

    Lara Allen
    Chocolate Ice Cream Tests & Other Tough Loves

    Duma Ndlovu
    Brenda Fassie’s Crossroads

    Ludwe Maki
    An Open Letter to My Lover the Street Kid

    Andrew Herold
    That Old Brenda Magic

    Lionel Manga
    Wish You were Here

    Vukile Pokwana
    Channelling the Spirits of amaQaba

    James Ainsworth
    Love & Loathing from the ‘United States of Eldos’
    Reminiscences from Ohio

    Oscar Bathandwa Tyumre
    Hooked on You

    Tholang Tseka
    Every Breath I Take
    Loving & Living with Brenda in Her Last Days

    Bongani Madondo
    Ain’t No Grave (Can Hold My Body Down)
    The Biography of Life

    Bongani Madondo
    30-Year Discography of the Disco Queen

    Picture Section
    Band of Contributors
    Acknowledgements

  • Makeba, Miriam with James Hall:
    Makeba: My Story.
    New York, N.Y.: New American Library, 1988. 249 p.
    ISBN 0-453-00561-6
    Version française
    Myriam Makeba, une voix pour l’Afrique.
    Paris: Nouvelles éditions africaines, 1988. 323 p.
    ISBN 978-2-7236147-5-7
    Deutsche ausgabe
    Homeland Blues – Ein farbiges Leben.
    München: Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, 1991. 348 p.
    ISBN 978-344-230060-0

    CONTENTS

    NB. No table of contents.
    Chapter headlines drawn from the English edition.

    Prologue
    I Look at an Ant and I See… 1

    Chapter 1
    I Kick My Mother… 3
    Chapter 2
    I Walk Home from School… 16
    Chapter 3
    We Fear that my Mother… 32
    Chapter 4
    We Are Happy Amateurs… 46

    Chapter 5
    I Awaken and Find Myself… 58
    Chapter 6
    I Travel Alone… 75
    Chapter 7
    I Pick Up the New York Times… 89
    Chapter 8
    I Am in Atlanta, Georgia… 100
    Chapter 9
    I Sit all by Myself… 111
    Chapter 10
    The Guinean Delegates… 125
    Chapter 11
    It Is Strange, But the Song… 149
    Chapter 12
    Time Calls Stokely a “Black Powermonger”… 154

    Chapter 13
    “That Is Villa Andrée”… 167
    Chapter 14
    My Granddaughter… 179
    Chapter 15
    In February of 1975… 190
    Chapter 16
    It Is 1977, and I Am in Nigeria… 201
    Chapter 17
    On Stage, I Wear the Robe… 211
    Chapter 18
    For Two Years My Daughter… 222
    Chapter 19
    Down the Road from My House… 231
    Chapter 20
    There Has Been a Birth… 243

  • Makeba, Miriam in conversation with Nomsa Mwamuka:
    Makeba. The Miriam Makeba Story.
    Johannesburg: STE Publishers, 2004. 262 p.
    ISBN 1-919855-39-4

    CONTENTS

    Part One 10
    Zenzi 12
    The early years 18
    Start of career  26
    The jazz operas 36
    Leaving South Africa 50

    Part Two 58
    America: the early years 60
    Living in America 68
    Life with Bongi in America 72
    Africa revisited 78
    A life in exile 90

    Part Three 100
    Africa 102
    Leaving America 111
    Guinea Conakry: the early years 120
    Living in Guinea 134
    Guinea: the later years 140
    Pan Africanism/A luta Continua 148
    Guinea: the end of an era 168
    Bongi and Miriam 180

    Part Four 190
    Sangoma: the Europe years 192
    Welela: coming home 202
    Eyes on tomorrow 216
    Sing me a song 222
    Homeland 234
    Reflections 246

    Discography and chronology of awards 254

  • Mannergren, Johanna:
    Musik, makt och mångfald. Möten med Sydafrika.
    Göteborg: Musikhögskolan, 2000. 147 p.
    ISBN 91-586-0244-5

    INNEHÅLL

    Förord 4
    En söndag i Soweto 6

    Musik & Mångfald
    Musikens roll i Sydafrikas utveckling 12
    Drömmen om enhet och mangfold 36

    Musik & Undervisning
    Musik mitt i förstaden 58
    Lära för livet 74
    Dansens mästare 88

    Musik & Bistånd
    Kulturstöd för utveckling 96
    Utbyte – på vems villkor? 112
    Hiphop knyter vänskapsband 132

    Kontakter & källor
    Musikhögskolans stöd till utbildning i Sydafrika 140
    Källor & litteratur 144
    Kontakter 146

  • Martin, Denis-Constant:
    Sounding the Cape.
    Music, Identity and Politics in South Africa.
    Cape Town: African Minds Publishers, 2013. xxvi & 444 p.
    ISBN 978-1-920489-82-3

    CONTENTS

    Prelude ix
    Acknowledgements xiii
    Timeline xvii

    Part One
    The Emergence of Creolised Identities
    Chapter One
    Music and Identity: A Theoretical Prologue 3
    Chapter Two
    Cape Town’s Musics: A Legacy of Creolisation 53

    Part Two
    The Dialectics of Separation and Interweaving
    Chapter Three
    Separation and Interweaving in the 20th Century:
    Futile Separations 101
    Vincent Kolbe’s Childhood Memories 187
    Chapter Four
    Separation and Interweaving in the 20th Century:
    Fertile Intertwining 209
    Chris McGregor talks about the Blue Notes, Jazz,
     and South African Society 259
    “Soweto Sun”, an Interview with Rashid Vally by
    Denis-Constant Martin 263
    Chapter Five
    Two Decades of Freedom 267
    Chapter Six
    The Musicians’ Discourse:
    Cape Town as a Musical Potjiekos 333

    Conclusion
    Recognising Creolisation? 357

    References 385
    Illustrations 411
    Musicians Interviewed in 2007 and 2009 412
    Index 413

  • Masekela, Hugh & D. Michael Cheers:
    Still Grazing.
    The Musical Journey of Hugh Masekela.
    New York, N.Y.: Crown Publishers, 2004. 394 p.
    ISBN 0-609-60957-2

    CONTENTS

    NB. No table of contents

    Part I Home 1
    Chapter 1 3
    Chapter 2 20
    Chapter 3 34
    Chapter 4 43
    Chapter 5 56
    Chapter 6 90

    Part II The world 111
    Chapter 7 113
    Chapter 8 121
    Chapter 9 156
    Chapter 10 179
    Chapter 11 198
    Chapter 12 220

    Part III Africa 239
    Chapter 13 241
    Chapter 14 253
    Chapter 15 274
    Chapter 16 287
    Chapter 17 307
    Chapter 18 325
    Chapter 19 342
    Chapter 20 355
    Chapter 21 370

    Recommended reading list 377
    Acknowledgments 382
    Index 386

  • McNeill, Fraser G.:  2011
    AIDS, Politics and Music in South Africa.
    New York. N.Y.: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 306 p.
    ISBN 978-1-107-00991-2 (hbk) 978-1-107-61651-6 (pbk)

    CONTENTS

    Maps xi
    Preface xiii
    Acknowledgements xv
    Abbreviations xvii
    Select Glossary of Tshivenda Terms in the Text xix

    1.
    Introduction: AIDS, Politics, and Music 1
    2.
    The Battle for Venda Kingship 26
    3.
    A Rite to AIDS Education? Venda Girls’ Initiation, HIV Prevention, and the Politics of Knowledge 74
    4.
    ‘We Want a job in the Government’: Motivation and Mobility in HIV/AIDS Peer Education 114
    5.
    ‘We Sing about What We Cannot Talk About’: Biomedical Knowledge in Stanza 154
    6.
    Guitar Songs and Sexy Women: A Folk Cosmology of AIDS 180
    7.
    ‘Condoms Cause AIDS’: Poison, Prevention, and Degrees of Separation 203

    Conclusion 232

    Appendix A: Songs, on Accompanying Web Site 243
    Appendix B: ‘Zwidzumbe’ (Secrets) 244
    Appendix C: AIDS, AIDS, AIDS 250
    References 251
    Index 273

  • Meintjes, Louise:
    Sound of Africa.
    Making Music Zulu in a South African Studio.
    Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2003. 335 p.
    ISBN 0-8223-3014-8

    CONTENTS

    Illustrations ix
    Notes to the Reader xi
    Acknowledgments xiii

    Demo Tape: About Sound of Africa! 1
    cut 1 Mbaqanga 19
    cut 2 The Recording Studio as Fetish 71
    cut 3 Producing Liveness 109
    cut 4 Sounding Figures 146
    cut 5 Performing Zuluness 174
    cut 6 Imagining Overseas 217
    A Final Mix: Mediating Difference 250
    Print-Through 263

    Notes 267
    Glossary 291
    Bibliography 297
    Discography 313
    Index 319

  • Mogotsi, Joe with Pearl Connor:
    Edited by John Patterson & Lars Rasmussen.
    Mantindane ‘He Who Survives’.
    My Life with The Manhattan Brothers.
    Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 3.
    Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2002. 160 p. & CD
    ISBN 87-984539-7-1

    CONTENTS

    Prologue 9

      1. Beginnings 11
      2. Birth of the Brothers 18
      3. Our First Tours 23
      4. Family Life and Strife 26
      5. Brothers and Friends 30
      6. The Great Bands 34
      7. Racist Rule 37
      8. Sophiatown 43
      9. The Fifties 46
    10. Cops, Gangsters and Shebeens 55
    11. King Kong 60
    12. Farewell to South Africa 65
    13. London 69
    14. Life in Exile 75
    15. Disillusions and New Beginnings 84
    16. Back to the Stage 87
    17. Hassles in Hong Kong and Zimbabwe 92
    18. Sad Return to South Africa 96
    19. Leon’s Death 101
    20. End of an Odyssey 108
    21. Confrontation to Reconciliation 119

    Appendices
    Overview of Joe Mogotsi’s Life and Career 121
    Discography 124
    Note Examples 134
    Bibliography 141

  • Mojapelo, Max:
    Diary edited by Sello Galane.
    Beyond Memory.
    Recording the History, Moments and Memories of South African Music.
    Somerset West, South Africa: African Minds, 2008. 360 p.
    ISBN 978-1-920299-28-6

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements vi
     Acronyms & Abbreviations vii
    Editor’s Note ix
    Preface xi
     Introduction xiii

    1. Soweto Soul Music 1
    2. Alex Soul Menu and Beyond 38
    3. Quick Quick 50
    4. The Cape Connection 67
    5. Into the Vibrant 80s 72
    6. Ladies of Song 84
    7. In Twos and Threes 115
    8. When Two Cultures Kiss 122
    9. The Era of The Steam Train 136
    10. Ska Flowers 157
    11. New School 166
    12. Fine Male Voices 195
    13. Contemporary African Music 201
    14. Joy or Jazz 223
    15. Exile Blues 263
    16. Trading in Tradition 293
    17. Voice Power 303
    18. Welcome Madiba 308
    19. Praising and Praying 319

    Bibliography 342
    Internet Resources 342
    Index 343

  • Molefe, Z. B. & Mike Mzileni:
    Photographs by Mike Mzileni. Introduction by Lara Allen.
    A Common Hunger to Sing.
    A Tribute to South Africa’s Back Women of Song 1950 to 1990.
    Cape Town, Kwela Books, 1997. 125 p.
    ISBN 0-7957-0064-4

    CONTENTS

    No pagination – Page numbers generated from title page onwards

    Foreword
    Z. B. Molefe
    An Affectionate Salute 7

    Introduction
    Lara Allen
    South African Women of Song, Their Lives and Times 9
     
    Abigail Kubeka 20
    Anneline Malebu 22
    Brenda Fassie 24
    Busi (Viccie) Mhlongo 26
    Dark City Sisters 28
    Dolly Rathebe 30
    Dorothy Masuka 32
    Eaglet Ditse 34
    Felicia Marion 36
    Gusta Mnguni 38
    Isabella Masote 40
    Letta Mbulu 42
    Lynette Leeuw 44
    Mabel Mafuya 46
    Mabel Magada 48
    Mahotella Queens 50
    Mandisa Gwele-Maepa 52
    Mara Louw 54
    Margaret Singana (Mcingana) 56
    Marjorie Pretorius 58
    Martha Mdenge 60
    Mary Rabotapi 62
    Mary Thobei 64
    Miriam Makeba 66
    Nomonde Sihawu 68
    Nosisi Rululu 70
    Nothembi Mkhwabane 72
    Patience Africa 74
    Patty Nokwe 76
    Rebecca Malope 78
    Ribbon Dlamini 80
    Sathima Bea Benjamin 82
    Sibongile Khumalo 84
    Snowy Peterson 86
    Snowy Radebe (Mahlangu) 88
    Sophie Mgcina 90
    Stella Starr 92
    Susan Gabashane 94
    Tandie Klaasen 96
    Thandi Mbongwe 98
    Thembi Mtshali 100
    Thoko Mdlalose 102
    Thoko Ndlozi 104
    Thoko Thomo 106
    Thuli Dumakude 108
    Tu Nokwe 110
    Vicky Sampson 112
    Yvonne Chaka Chaka 114
    Yvonne Martins 116
    Zakithi Dlamini 118

    Sources 121
    Glossary: African Music Terms 123

  • Muller Carol A[nn]:
    South African Music.
    A Century of Traditions in Transformation.
    Santa Barbara Calif.: ABC-CLIO, 2004. 314 p. & CD
    ISBN 1-57607-276-2

    CONTENTS

    List of Musical Examples on Compact Disc ix
    Series Foreword – Michael B. Bakan xi
    Preface xvii
    Acknowledgments xxxiii
    Map of South Africa xxxviii

    Chapter One
    South African Music: A Century of Traditions in Transformation 1
    Chapter Two
    Graceland: A Contested Musical Collaboration 37
    Chapter Three
    Cape Town Jazz 60
    Chapter Four
    Music and Migrancy 118
    Chapter Five
    The Hymns of the Nazaretha 184
    Chapter Six
    Final Reflections 238

    Appendix One
    A Guide to African Music: A Music of Encounters 247
    Appendix Two
    Key Dates in South African History 253
    Appendix Three
    Selected Websites: South Africa and Its Music 259
    Appendix Four
    Themes Common to the Study of African Music:
    1980s to Present 261
    Appendix Five
    Discussion of Musical Examples on Compact Disc 265

    Glossary 277
    References 283

  • Muller, Carol A[nn]:
    Focus: Music of South Africa. Second edition.
    New York, N.Y. & Oxford: Routledge, 2008. xix & 338 p. & CD
    ISBN: 978-0-415-06071-7

    CONTENTS

    List of Figures vii
    About the Author xi
    Series Foreword by Michael B. Bakan xiii
    Preface xv

    Part I
    Creating Connections
    1
    Introduction 3
    1. South African Music: The Lion Sleeps Tonight 5
    2. Twentieth-Century Political History 23
    3. Twentieth-Century Entertainment History:
         Live and Mediated 33
    4. Graceland (1986): World Music Collaboration 53

    Part II
    Twentieth-Century Musical Styles:
    Music in Migration
    71
    Introduction 73
    5. Representing the Past in South African Music 75
    6. South African Music: Brief Definitions 83
    7. Labor Migration: Isicathamiya 99
    8. Labor Migration: Maskanda 113
    9. Labor Migration: Gumboot Dance 129

    Part III
    Focusing In: Two Case Studies
    153
    Introduction 155
    First Case Study: Cape Jazz 157
    10. Post-World War II Cape Town 157
    11. Sathima Bea Benjamin’s Cape Town:
          Popular Culture in the Post-World War II Era 173
    12. Sathima Bea Benjamin as Jazz Musician 185
          Second Case Study: Shembe Hymns 203
    13. Mission Hymns and the Founding of the 
          Shembe Community 203
    14. Shembe Hymns 227

    Afterword 259
    15. Final Reflections 261

    Appendices 269
    1. A Guide to African Music:
        A Music of Encounters, North, South, East, and West 269
    2. Key Dates in South African History 275
    3. Selected Websites and Guide to Recordings:
        South Africa and Its Music 281

  • Muller, Carol Ann & Sathima Bea Benjamin:
    Musical Echoes: South African Women Thinking in Jazz.
    Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2011. 384 p.
    ISBN 978-0-8223-4891-7 (cloth) 978-0-8223-4914-3 (paperback)

    CONTENTS

    List of figures ix
    Preface xiii
    Acknowledgements xxiii
    A tribute by Abdulla Ibrahim: “Sathima” xxxi
    Sathima: My Life’s Journey as a Jazz Singer xxxiii

    1. Beginnings 1
    2. A HomeWithin 11
        Call: Recollecting a Musical Past 11
        Response: Entanglement in Race and Music 33
    3. Cape Jazz 53
        Call: Popular Music, Dance Bands, and Jazz 53
        Response: Imagining Musical Lineage through
        Duke and Billie 95
    4. Jazz Migrancy 128
        Call: Musicians Abroad 128
        Response: A New African Diaspora 167
    5. A New York Embrace 189
        Call: Coming to the City 189
        Response: Women Thinking in Jazz, or the Poetics
        of a Musical Self 217
    6. Returning Home? 242
        Call: Cape Town Love / An Archeology of Popular Song 242
        Response: Jazz History as Living History 260
    7. Musical Echoes 271
        Call: Sathima’s Musical Echo 271
        Response:  Reflections on Echo 274
    8. Outcomes – Jazz in the World 281

    Notes 297
    Selected references 325
    Index 337

  • Nyberg, Anders:
    Freedom is Coming.
    Songs of Praise from South Africa for Mixed Choir.
    Glasgow: Wild Goode Publications, 1990. 37 p.
    ISBN 0-947988-49-1

    CONTENTS

    Foreword 4
    Musical instructions 5

    Freedom Is Coming 8
    Asikhatali 10
    Gabi, Gabi 12
    Ipharadisi 14
    Singabahambayo 16
    Siph‘ amandla 18
    Akanamandla 20
    Bamthatha 22
    Vula Botha 24
    Shumayela 26
    Nkosi, Nkosi 28
    Siyahamba 34
    Haleluya! Pelo Tsa Rona 32
    Thuma Mina 34
    We Shall Not Give Up the Fight 36

  • Olsen, Kathryn:
    Music and Social Change in South Africa.
    Maskanda Past and Present.
    Philiadelphia, Pa.: Temple University Press, 2014. xix & 223 p.
    ISBN 978-1-4399-1136-5

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgments ix
    Prologue xi

    1 Maskanda Researched: The Parallax View 1
    2 Maskanda’s Early Years 20
    3 Maskanda as Commodified Tradition 56
    4 Men Making Maskanda in Post-apartheid South Africa 70
    5 Women Playing Maskanda 141
    6 Experiencing Transformation 185

    Notes 197
    References 205
    Index 213

  • Olwage, Grant (ed.):
    Composing Apartheid.
    Music for and against Apartheid.
    Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2008. 311 p.
    ISBN 978-1-86814-456-3

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements vi

    Grant Olwage
    Introduction 1

    Chapter 1
    Christine Lucia
    Back to the Future? Idioms of ‘displaced time’ in South
    African composition
    11

    Chapter 2
    Grant Olwage
    Apartheid’s Musical Signs: Reflections on black choralism,
    modernity and race-ethnicity in the segregation era
    35

    Chapter 3
    Christopher Cockburn
    Discomposing Apartheid’s Story: Who owns Handel? 55

    Chapter 4
    Lara Allen
    Kwela’s White Audiences: The politics of pleasure and identification in the early apartheid period 79

    Chapter 5
    Gary Baines
    Popular Music and Negotiating Whiteness in Apartheid
    South Africa
    99

    Chapter 6
    Michael Drewett
    Packaging Desires:
    Album covers and the presentation of apartheid
    115

    Chapter 7
    Carol A. Muller
    Musical Echoes: Composing a past in/for South African jazz 137

    Chapter 8
    Shirli Gilbert
    Singing Against Apartheid: ANC cultural groups and the international anti-apartheid struggle 155

    Chapter 9
    David Coplan and Bennetta Jules-Rosette
    ‘Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika’: Stories of an African anthem 185

    Chapter 10
    Martin Scherzinger
    Whose ‘White Man Sleeps’ Aesthetics? and politics in the
    early work of Kevin Volans
    209

    Chapter 11
    Brett Pyper
    State of Contention: Recomposing apartheid at Pretoria’s
    State Theatre, 1990-1994. A personal recollection
    239

    Chapter 12
    Ingrid Byerly
    Decomposing Apartheid: Things come together 257

    Chapter 13
    Stephanus Muller
    Arnold van Wyk’s Hands 283

    Contributors 301
    Index 305

  • Pietilä, Tuulikki:
    Contracts, Patronage and Mediation.
    The Articulation of Global and Local in the South African Recording Industry.
    London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2015. xi & 239 p.
    ISBN 978-1-137-56231-9

    CONTENTS

    List of Figures, Tables, and Maps
    Acknowledgements

    Introduction 1
    Patronage and mediation
    Authorship and rights ownership
    Context: population and economic developments in South Africa
    The research material and organization of the book

    1 The South African Recording Industry 19
    Historical developments: concentration and consolidation
    International and local music
    International and local music in the major companies’ structures
    Music sales trends according to the statistics
    The rise of local music and the independent sector
    The recording industry associations and the needletime issue
    Africa as an ’emerging market’

    2 Recent Industry Developments 47
    Declining physical sales, gradually increasing digital sales
    Strategies to tackle the decreasing physical sales
    Publishing and synchronization revenues
    The live music scene

    3 A Segmented Music Market and Attempts to Capture It 71
    Radio broadcasting
    Describing the market segments
    Adjusting to the market
    Sales

    4 The Wholesaling and Retailing of Music 89
    Diversification of the distribution sector
    Concentration in the buying sector
    The story of Reliable Music Warehouse
    Big and small operators
    Music selling as mediation

    5 Negotiating Value in the Music Chain 112
    The recorded music value chain
    Other agents and rewards
    Discussion

    6 Organizing Relationships in the Recording Industry:
    Contracts and Patronage 126
    Relations of production and appropriation
    Artists’ and musicians’ accounts of their recording careers
    Roles and responsibilities in relationships
    Musicians’ strategies
    Exploitation or caretaking? arguments and counter-arguments

    7 Continuities in Patronage Arrangements 158
    Sources of confusion
    Rewards in kind: the terms of and items under negotiation
    The small labels’ perspective
    The 360 degree deal and the patronage issue
    Discussion

    Conclusion 176

    Appendix A: Tables 184
    Appendix B: Interviewed People Notes
    Notes
    Bibliography
    Index

  • Rasmussen, Lars:
    Abdullah Ibrahin. A Discography.
    Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 1998. 240 p.
    ISBN 87-984539-1-2

    CONTENTS

    A short chronology 9
    Recordings in chronological order 13

    Various contributions 131
    Abdullah Ibrahim compilations 147
    List of compositions 161
    List of musicians 182
    Notes on the bands 187
    Abdullah Ibrahim’s instruments 193
    Films and videos 196
    Abdullah Ibrahim compositions recorded by other artists 198
    Tributes to Abdullah Ibrahim 209
    Notes on some words and titles 214

    Bibliography 224
    Recordings in alphabetical order 238

  • Rasmussen, Lars:
    Abdullah Ibrahim. A Discography. 2nd revised edition.
    Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2000. 240 p.
    ISBN 87-984539-5-5

    CONTENTS

    A Short Chronology 9
    Recordings in Chronological Order 13

    Various Contributions 135
    Abdullah Ibrahim Compilations 149
    List of Compositions 165
    List of Musicians 187
    Notes on the Bands 193
    Abdullah Ibrahim’s Instruments 199
    Films and Videos 201
    Abdullah Ibrahim Compositions Recorded by Other Artists 203
    Tributes to Abdullah Ibrahim 212
    Notes on some Words and Titles 217

    Bibliography 226
    Recordings in Alphabetical Order 238

  • Rasmussen, Lars:
    Sathima Bea Benjamin: Embracing Jazz.
    Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 1.
    Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2000. 112 p. & 2 CD’s
    ISBN 87-984539-3-9

    CONTENTS

    Sally Placksin
    “To Me, Music Is Such a Direct Way for One Heart to
    Speak to the Other” 11
    Carol Ann Mullet
    Sathima ‘Beattie’ Beniamin Finds Cape Jazz to be
    Her Home Within 21
    Denis-Constant Martin
    From Africa With Love: Sathima and Duke Ellington 39
    Jules Epstein
    Sathima 44
    ZB Molefe
    A Hunger to Sing 47
    Amelia Blossom Pegram
    Sathima’s Ancestral Cry 49
    Abdullah Ibrahim
    Sathima 50
    Will Friedwald
    Sathima Sings Ellington 51
    Bruce Crowther & Ed Anderson
    Songs of Memories 57

    Sathima Writes 67
    Lars Rasmussen
    Sathirria’s Discography 80
    Cape Town Love 103

    Bibliography 107
    Critical appraisal 109
    List of contributors 111

  • Rasmussen, Lars:
    Cape Town Jazz 1959-1963.
    Photographs by Hardy Stockmann.
    Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 2.
    Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2001. 112 p.
    ISBN 87-984539-6-3

    CONTENTS
    NB. No table of contents.
    Headlines and page numbers drawn from book.

    [Foreword 5]

    When Cape Town Jazz Was the Tops 7
    Irene Batchelor 8
    The Jazz Epistles 11
    Alan Douglas Mason 15
    Dollar Brand (Abdullah Ibrahim) 17
    December 1961 Concert at Rondebosch Town Hall 19
    Betty Benjamin (Sathima Bea Benjamin) 23
    Early Mabuza 25
    Sammy Maritz 26
    Lennie Lee (Len Tracey) 28
    Johnny Gertze 31
    Goodbye Party 32
    Cecil Barnard (Hotep Idris Galeta) 35
    Selwyn Lissack 39
    Kathleen Enoch 41
    Donald Staegemann 42
    Roy Bridge 44
    Cecil Ricca 47
    Howard Lawrence 48
    Chris McGregor 51
    Ephraim Nkanuka (Cups Nkanuka) 54
    Joe Colussi 56
    Christopher Ngcukana 58
    David Galloway 60
    Chris McGregor’s First Big Band 63
    Martin Mgijima (Lilly) 68
    Dudu Pukwana 75
    The Shaping of the Blue Notes 80
    Elijah Nkwanyana (T.B. Blues) 83
    Nick (Nikele) Moyake 85
    Monty Weber 87
    Ronnie Beer (Ronald Irving Beer) 93
    Mzimkhulu Lawrence Dlova (Danayi) 95
    Louis Moholo 101
    Willie Nettie 102
    Phakamila Joya (Phaks) 106
    Abdurahman Huzuk (Abie) 109

    Hardy Stockmann: Some Forty Years Ago 111

    A Brief Biography of Hardy Stockmann 120
    Some Discographical Notes 122
    Bibliography 123

  • Rasmussen, Lars :
    Jazz People of Cape Town.
    Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 4.
    Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2003. 304 p.
    ISBN 87-984539-9-8

    CONTENTS

    Jimmy Adams 7
    Banzi Bangani 20
    Zelda Benjamin 34
    Willie van Bloemestein 43
    George Cupido 49
    Woodrow Syfred Dlova 58
    Henry February 64
    Maurice Gawronsky 73
    Frazer Temmy Hawker 80
    Ruth and Una Hawker 81
    Mittah Sotiya 86
    Gary Hendrickse 94
    Vincent Kolbe 102
    Roger Koza 115
    Sammy Maritz 122
    Tete Mbambisa 141
    Walter Kula Mkhunkgwana 153
    Joel M’Brooks Mlomo 155
    Moses Molelekoa 163
    Christopher Columbus Ngcukana 177
    Duke Ngcukana 181
    Elginia Nyanie Ngcukana 194
    Ezra Nyaniso Ngcukana 198
    Isabel Ngcukana 210
    John Ntshibilikwana 236
    Harry Peacock 248
    Toti Slaai 255
    Len Weinreich 259
    Lami Zokufa 268

  • Schadeberg, Jurgen:
    Jazz, Blues & Swing.
    Six Decades of Music in South Africa.
    Photographs by Jurgen Schadeberg.
    Essays by Don Albert, Gwen Ansell, Darius Brubeck and Hotep Idris Galeta.
    Claremont, South Africa: David Philip Publishers / New Africa Book, 2007. 168 p.
    ISBN 978-0-86486-705-6

    CONTENTS

    Foreword 8
    Introduction 10

    Gwen Ansell
    Of Roots and Rhythms 15

    Hotep Idris Galeta
    The Vision and Voice 31

    Don Albert
    The Umbilical Chord 45

    Darius Brubeck
    Durban Days 78

    Portfolio of Artists 144

  • Schlesinger, Minky:
    Yvonne Chaka Chaka. Princess of Africa.
    Kensington, S.A.: Viva Books, 1993. 52 pp.
    ISBN 1-874932-02-6

    CONTENTS

    Chapter 1
    The Girl Who Loved to Sing 1
    Chapter 2
    The Road to Fame 10
    Chapter 3
    A Star Is Born 19
    Chapter 4
    The Life of a Superstar 26
    Chapter 5
    The Princess of Africa! 38

    Album List 49

  • South African Music Studies (Matieland), Vol. 33, No. 1, 2013.
    Issue on South African Jazz
    ISSN 0258-509X

    CONTENTS

    C. Devroop 
    ‘…Chasing the Canon…’ 5-10

    G. Ansell & H. Barnard 
    Working Small, Acting Big: Sources of, and Strategies for,
    Business Innovation among South African Jazz Musicians

    11-29

    C. Ballantine
    Chris McGregor: Introduction and Interview 31-48

    D. B. Coplan
    Thula Mabota: South African Jazz and Popular Music since 1994 49-60

    L. Dalamba
    ‘Om ’n Gifsak te Versteek’: ‘King Kong’, The Apartheid State and the Politics of Movement, 1959-1961 61-82

    M. Duby
    ‘Reminiscing in Tempo’: The Rainbow and Resistance in 1980s South Africa 83-104

    P. Fourie
    Review Article: Musical Echoes: South African Women Thinking in Jazz 105-116

    J. Loubser
    Abdullah Ibrahim and the Validation of the Local:
    ‘Is This What Rashid Vally Wanted?
    117-136

    B. Pyper
    On Jazz, Sociability and Symbolic Mobility in South Africa:
    Thinking Across some Post-Apartheid Fault Lines
    137-157

    N. Ramanna
    Shifting Fortunes: Jazz in (Post)Apartheid South Africa 159-172

  • Steingo, Gavin:
    Kwaito’s Promise.
    Music and the Aesthetics of Freedom in South Africa.

    University of Chicago Press:  Chicago, IL 2016. 320 p.
    ISBN 978-0226-36254-0 (pbk) 978-0226-36240-3 (cloth) 978-0226-36268-7 (e-book)
    Dissertation available from ProQuest no. AAI3429190

    CONTENTS

    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    A Note on Language
    A Note on the Language of Race

    1. The Struggle of Freedom
    2. The Experience of the Outside
    3. Platform, or The Miracle of the Ordinary
    4. Immobility, Obduracy, and Experimentalism in Soweto
    5. Acoustic Assemblages and Forms of Life
    6. Black Diamonds
    7. Times and Spaces of Listening

    Epilogue
    Notes
    References
    Index

  •  

    Titlestad, Michael:
    Making the Changes.
    Jazz in South African Literature and Reportage.
    Pretoria: University of South Africa Press / Leiden: Koninklijke Brill NV, 2004. 275 p.
    ISBN 1-86888-291-8

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements ix
    Introduction: Staggering Modernity xi

    One
    At Play in the Machine: Improvisation and Narrative 1
    The limits of maps 1
    Walking in plain sight 3
    Walking, speech acts and narrative 8
    De Certeau’s aesthetic: The limits of pedestrian rhetoric 10
    The anti-cartography of Deleuze and Guattari 13
    Rhizomes and the Poetics of Relation 15
    Roots and routes: The black Atlantic 17
    Improvisation: Instrumental sound 18
    Chordal implications: Jazz improvisation 20
    Degrees of freedom: Total improvisation 24
    Jazz in theoretical and literary writing 27
    Playing the changes: Jazz in South African cities 29

    Two
    The Fabulous Decade: The Acoustics of Memory 31
    The framework of citizenship 31
    Metonomy, memory and loss 33
    ‘THINGS ARE UPSIDE DOWN!’: ‘Nice-time’ as ontology 38
    ‘Penny whistle is big-time now’ 48
    ‘Swinging like a pendulum’: The case of ‘Matshikese’ 50
    An interlude: ‘Music full of dust’ 58
    Duke Ellington: ‘A fellow coming across the veld’ 59
    Stratification arid difference 64

    Solo 1 Dugmore Boetie and Vagrant Improvisation 67

    Three
    A World of Strangers:
    Jazz and Alterity in White Writing
     77
    Not-here, not-now 77
    African Jazz and Variety: The ethnography of performance  82
    Introducing King Kong 85
    – King Kong and the ‘naturelle’ 87
    – King Kong meets Die Burger 92
    – King Kong and the ‘real Africa’ 96
    – King Kong versus the police 99
    – King Kong: Politics, ‘kultuur’ and the discontented ‘darkies’ 100
    The aura of authenticity: The white ‘shimmer’ in literature 104
    Exporting authenticity: A ‘new thing’ out of Africa 108
    Alibis and authenticity: The imaginary nowhere, nowhen 111

    Solo 2 ‘a boogie-woogie a slant’:
    The Improvisations of Wopko Jensma 112

    Four
    Lives Seen in Parenthesis:
    The Jazz Poetics of Exile
    124
    Strangerhood and exilic tactics 124
    ‘These are not the drums of Sekoting’:
    Music and exile in The Wanderers 128
    ‘Are you there, bra?’ The politics of homemaking 131
    Mandla Langa: The ‘sounds with which I couldn’t identify’ 134
    The undomesticated, the homesick and the nervous system 139
    Exile and the poetics of identification 145
    Coda: ‘The plane’s wing […] obstructing my bird’s-eye view’ 154

    Solo 3 ‘I Was Not Yet Myself’:
    Representations of Kippie ‘Charlie Parker’ Moeketsi 156
    Coda 163

    Five
    Blackness echoes the real blues:
    Jazz, dissonance and resistance
    165
    On the thread of a tune 166
    Yakhal ‘inkomo and Jol’iinkomo:
    Dissonance and critical disorder 171
    The blues, suffering and the semiotic 183
    Naming, memory and the heavenly ensemble 190
    Mongane Serote: To Every Birth Its Blood:
    The limits of improvisation 194

    Six
    ‘reprobate seers & hip healers’:
    Jazz and Shamanic Poetics
    202
    Shamanism and the creaking of the word 202
    Songlines, reclamation and healing in Ndebele’s ‘Uncle’ 208
    Zim Ngqawana and Lefifi Tladi: Ingoma and Alphabet of Fire 213
    We don’t play Wimpy music: Ari Sitas’s Kassababe 218
    earthstepper/the ocean is very shallow:
    The vision of Seitlhamo Motsapi 222
    Shamanism: Alchemising and mending 228

    Solo 4 Water from an Ancient Well:
    Abdullah Ibrahim as Pilgrim and Healer 229

    Conclusion: Making the changes 240

    Notes 246
    References 261
    Selected Discography 271
    Index 272

  • Walton, Chris & Stephanus Muller (eds.):
    Gender and Sexuality in South African Music.
    Stellenbosch: Sun Press, 2005. 97 p.
    ISBN 978-1-919980-76-8

    CONTENTS

    Introduction i
    Thanks v

    Grant Olwage
    Black Musically in Colonial Soul h Africa:
    A Discourse of Alterities
    1

    Shirli Gilbert
    Popular Song, Gender Equality and the
    Anti-Apartheid Struggle
    11

    Brett Pyper
    “To Hell with Home and Sharme!”: Jazz, Gender and Sexuality in the Drum Journalism of Todd Matshikiza, 1951-1957 19

    Nishlyn Ramanna
    Ethnicity, Sexuality and all that Jazz: The Musical Text as Confessional Space 27

    Stephanus Muller
    Queer Alliances 35

    Martina Viljoen & Nicol Viljoen
    The Politics of l he Ineffable: A Deconstructive Reading of Hubert du Plessis’s “De Bruid” 49

    Chris Walton
    Being Rosa 61

    Meki Nzewi & Sello Galane
    Music is a Woman 71

    Jeanne Zaidel-Rudolph
    Pride, Prejudice and Power:
    On Being a Woman Composer in South Africa
    81

    Contributors 89
    Index of names 93

  • Whaley, Andrew:
    Brenda Remembered. {Brenda Fassie}
    Claremont: Spearhead / New Africa Books, 2004. 91 p.
    ISBN 0- 86486-562-7

    CONTENTS

    Z Pallo Jordan, Minister of Arts and Culture
    Foreword vi

    Ngizobuya – Ndonile Ndiyavuma (2000) 1
    “I know I am going to die” — a nation holds its breath

    Shoot Them Before They Grow (1990) 9
    The girl from Langa breaks the mould

    Weekend Special (1983) 16
    Jo’burg! The new kid on the block

    Black President (1989) 22
    Brenda breaks boundaries and mixes with the great and the good

    Good Black Woman (1990) 33
    The end of the honeymoon

    Lonely (1989) 42
    Drugs, depression and dying

    Vulindlela (1999) 49
    The Comeback Queen finds her voice

    I Am Not a Bad Girl (2001) 58
    Too hot to handle

    Ngohlala Ngi Nje (2002) 66
    I’ll do it my way

    They All Want Me Down (2003) 73
    Brenda’s relationship with the press and the public

    Higher and Higher (1997) 77
    Africa’s darling

    It’s Nice to be with People (2002) 82
    And the music goes on …

    Each chapter has been developed around the title of a specific song by Brenda Fassie. The year in which the song was released is included in brackets.

  • McNeill, Fraser G.:  2011
    AIDS, Politics and Music in South Africa.
    New York. N.Y.: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 306 p.
    ISBN 978-1-107-00991-2 (hbk) 978-1-107-61651-6 (pbk)

    CONTENTS

    Maps xi
    Preface xiii
    Acknowledgements xv
    Abbreviations xvii
    Select Glossary of Tshivenda Terms in the Text xix

    1.
    Introduction: AIDS, Politics, and Music 1
    2.
    The Battle for Venda Kingship 26
    3.
    A Rite to AIDS Education? Venda Girls’ Initiation, HIV Prevention, and the Politics of Knowledge 74
    4.
    ‘We Want a job in the Government’: Motivation and Mobility in HIV/AIDS Peer Education 114
    5.
    ‘We Sing about What We Cannot Talk About’: Biomedical Knowledge in Stanza 154
    6.
    Guitar Songs and Sexy Women: A Folk Cosmology of AIDS 180
    7.
    ‘Condoms Cause AIDS’: Poison, Prevention, and Degrees of Separation 203

    Conclusion 232

    Appendix A: Songs, on Accompanying Web Site 243
    Appendix B: ‘Zwidzumbe’ (Secrets) 244
    Appendix C: AIDS, AIDS, AIDS 250
    References 251
    Index 273

  • Albertyn, Chris:
    Keeping Time. 1964-1974.
    The Photographs and Cape Town Jazz Recordings of Ian Bruce Huntley.
    Chris Albertyn & Associates CC in partnership with Electric Jive, 2013. 160 p.
    ISBN 978-0-620-58325-1

    CONTENTS

    Contents 9

    Ian Bruce Huntley
    Acknowledgements 11

    Chris Albertyn
    Foreword 13

    Chris Albertyn
    A portrait of Ian Bruce Huntley 17

    Jonathan Eato
    The Ian Bruce Huntley Archive 23

    The Photographs of Ian Bruce Huntley 38
    Room at the Top, Cape Town, 1964 29
    Thibault Square Recording Studio, Cape Town, 1964 46
    Zambezi Restaurant, Cape Town, 1964 48
    Cape Town City Hall, 1966 52
    Salt River Town Hall, Cape Town, 1965 54
    Dorkay House, Johannesburg, 1965-1966 56
    Ambassadors, Cape Town, 1966 64
    Grand Prix Restaurant, Cape Town, c1966 68
    Troubadour Restaurant, Cape Town, 1966 70
    Bantu YMCA, Durban, 1968 74
    Mayor Gradner’s House, Cape Town, 1970 76
    Langa Community Centre, Cape Town, 1971 78
    Langa Stadium, Cape Town, 1971 84
    New Brighton Stadium, Port Elizabeth, 1971 92
    Langa Stadium, Cape Town, 1972 96
    Langa Town Hall, Cape Town, 1972 120
    The Art Centre, Cape Town, c1972 124
    University of Cape Town, 1972 128
    Langa Community Centre, Cape Town, 1973 132
    Beverley Lounge, Cape Town, 1974 134
    Langa Community Centre, Cape Town, 1974 140
    The Space Theatre, Cape Town, 1974 144

    Compiled by Chris Albertyn
    The Recordings 149

    Index 156

    Colophon 160

  • Mortaigne, Veronique:
    Cesaria Evora. La voix du Cap-Vert.
    Arles: Actes Sud, 1997. 203 p.

    ISBN 2-7427-1152-X 

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    CONTENTS

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  • Pietilä, Tuulikki:
    Contracts, Patronage and Mediation.
    The Articulation of Global and Local in the South African Recording Industry.
    London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2015. xi & 239 p.
    ISBN 978-1-137-56231-9

    CONTENTS

    List of Figures, Tables, and Maps
    Acknowledgements

    Introduction 1
    Patronage and mediation
    Authorship and rights ownership
    Context: population and economic developments in South Africa
    The research material and organization of the book

    1 The South African Recording Industry 19
    Historical developments: concentration and consolidation
    International and local music
    International and local music in the major companies’ structures
    Music sales trends according to the statistics
    The rise of local music and the independent sector
    The recording industry associations and the needletime issue
    Africa as an ’emerging market’

    2 Recent Industry Developments 47
    Declining physical sales, gradually increasing digital sales
    Strategies to tackle the decreasing physical sales
    Publishing and synchronization revenues
    The live music scene

    3 A Segmented Music Market and Attempts to Capture It 71
    Radio broadcasting
    Describing the market segments
    Adjusting to the market
    Sales

    4 The Wholesaling and Retailing of Music 89
    Diversification of the distribution sector
    Concentration in the buying sector
    The story of Reliable Music Warehouse
    Big and small operators
    Music selling as mediation

    5 Negotiating Value in the Music Chain 112
    The recorded music value chain
    Other agents and rewards
    Discussion

    6 Organizing Relationships in the Recording Industry:
    Contracts and Patronage 126
    Relations of production and appropriation
    Artists’ and musicians’ accounts of their recording careers
    Roles and responsibilities in relationships
    Musicians’ strategies
    Exploitation or caretaking? arguments and counter-arguments

    7 Continuities in Patronage Arrangements 158
    Sources of confusion
    Rewards in kind: the terms of and items under negotiation
    The small labels’ perspective
    The 360 degree deal and the patronage issue
    Discussion

    Conclusion 176

    Appendix A: Tables 184
    Appendix B: Interviewed People Notes
    Notes
    Bibliography
    Index

  • South African Music Studies (Matieland), Vol. 33, No. 1, 2013.
    Issue on South African Jazz
    ISSN 0258-509X

    CONTENTS

    C. Devroop 
    ‘…Chasing the Canon…’ 5-10

    G. Ansell & H. Barnard 
    Working Small, Acting Big: Sources of, and Strategies for,
    Business Innovation among South African Jazz Musicians

    11-29

    C. Ballantine
    Chris McGregor: Introduction and Interview 31-48

    D. B. Coplan
    Thula Mabota: South African Jazz and Popular Music since 1994 49-60

    L. Dalamba
    ‘Om ’n Gifsak te Versteek’: ‘King Kong’, The Apartheid State and the Politics of Movement, 1959-1961 61-82

    M. Duby
    ‘Reminiscing in Tempo’: The Rainbow and Resistance in 1980s South Africa 83-104

    P. Fourie
    Review Article: Musical Echoes: South African Women Thinking in Jazz 105-116

    J. Loubser
    Abdullah Ibrahim and the Validation of the Local:
    ‘Is This What Rashid Vally Wanted?
    117-136

    B. Pyper
    On Jazz, Sociability and Symbolic Mobility in South Africa:
    Thinking Across some Post-Apartheid Fault Lines
    137-157

    N. Ramanna
    Shifting Fortunes: Jazz in (Post)Apartheid South Africa 159-172

  • Gaulier, Armelle & Denis-Constant Martin:
    Cape Town Harmonies. Memory, Humour and Resilience.
    Cape Town: African Minds Publishers, 2016. 368 p.
    ISBN 978-1-928331-50-6

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements vii
    Foreword xiii
    Prologue xvii

    Introduction 1

    Part One
    Memory and Processes of Musical – Appropriation
    Chapter 1
    Music behind the music: Appropriation as the engine of creation 39
    Chapter 2
    In the footsteps of the future: Musical memory and reconciliation in South Africa 59

    Part Two
    Nederlandsliedjies and Notions of Blending
    Chapter 3
    The nederlandsliedjies’ “uniqueness” 77
    Chapter 4
    The meanings of blending 107

    Part Three
    Moppies: Humour and Survival
    Chapter 5
    Assembling comic songs 135
    Chapter 6
    Behind the comic 179

    Conclusion
    Memory, resilience, identity and creolisation 219

    Appendix 1 –  Nederlandsliedjies lyrics 237
    Appendix 2 – Cape Malay Choir Board adjudication reports 247
    Appendix 3 –  Moppie lyrics 253

    References 321
    Interviews with musicians, judges and experts 335

  • Walton, Chris & Stephanus Muller (eds.):
    Gender and Sexuality in South African Music.
    Stellenbosch: Sun Press, 2005. 97 p.
    ISBN 978-1-919980-76-8

    CONTENTS

    Introduction i
    Thanks v

    Grant Olwage
    Black Musically in Colonial Soul h Africa:
    A Discourse of Alterities
    1

    Shirli Gilbert
    Popular Song, Gender Equality and the
    Anti-Apartheid Struggle
    11

    Brett Pyper
    “To Hell with Home and Sharme!”: Jazz, Gender and Sexuality in the Drum Journalism of Todd Matshikiza, 1951-1957 19

    Nishlyn Ramanna
    Ethnicity, Sexuality and all that Jazz: The Musical Text as Confessional Space 27

    Stephanus Muller
    Queer Alliances 35

    Martina Viljoen & Nicol Viljoen
    The Politics of l he Ineffable: A Deconstructive Reading of Hubert du Plessis’s “De Bruid” 49

    Chris Walton
    Being Rosa 61

    Meki Nzewi & Sello Galane
    Music is a Woman 71

    Jeanne Zaidel-Rudolph
    Pride, Prejudice and Power:
    On Being a Woman Composer in South Africa
    81

    Contributors 89
    Index of names 93

  • Madondo, Bongani (ed.):
    I’m Not Your Weekend Special:
    Portraits on the Lifestyle and Politics of Brenda Fassie.

    Johannesburg: Picador Africa. 2014. 224 p.
    ISBN 978-1-77010-366-5 (pbk) 978-1-77010-367-2 (eBook)

    CONTENTS

    Note to the Reader
    Foreword by Hugh Masekela
    Introduction by Bongani Madondo

    Bongani Madondo
    You Shall Rise At Dawn
    Searching for MaBrrr in the Colony: 1800s–1964

    Bongani Madondo
    Bring it All Home to Me
    Name Calling & the Auto-fictional Tale of Alienation,
    Rebellion & Divinity

    Themba K. Fassie
    No. 26 Makana Square, Langa, Kapa
    Before & After the Baby was Born

    Sam Mathe
    ‘Weekend Special’
    The Making of a South African Classic

    Melvyn Matthews
    (Heard That One About) How I Wrote Africa’s Biggest
    Pop Song, Ever, ‘Weekend Special’?

    Charl Blignaut
    In Bed with Brenda
    A White Moffie Falls for a Black Vixen

    Mpho Lebona
    Baby it Hurts
    Growing up Sharing the Sleeping Couch with u-Benda

    Janet Smith
    Little Red Corvette

    Njabulo S. Ndebele
    Still Thinking of MaBrrr

    Mmabatho Selemela
    ‘Touch … Touch Me Baby’
    Soundtrack to My Sowetan Childhood

    Lara Allen
    Chocolate Ice Cream Tests & Other Tough Loves

    Duma Ndlovu
    Brenda Fassie’s Crossroads

    Ludwe Maki
    An Open Letter to My Lover the Street Kid

    Andrew Herold
    That Old Brenda Magic

    Lionel Manga
    Wish You were Here

    Vukile Pokwana
    Channelling the Spirits of amaQaba

    James Ainsworth
    Love & Loathing from the ‘United States of Eldos’
    Reminiscences from Ohio

    Oscar Bathandwa Tyumre
    Hooked on You

    Tholang Tseka
    Every Breath I Take
    Loving & Living with Brenda in Her Last Days

    Bongani Madondo
    Ain’t No Grave (Can Hold My Body Down)
    The Biography of Life

    Bongani Madondo
    30-Year Discography of the Disco Queen

    Picture Section
    Band of Contributors
    Acknowledgements

  • Devroop, Chatradari & Chris Walton:
    Unsung: South African Jazz Musicians under Apartheid.
    Stellenbosch: Sun Press, 2007. 144 p.
    ISBN 978-1-920109-67-7

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements 1
    Listening to the grey scales 3
    Transcribing History 9

    Johnny Mekoa 13
    Johnny Fourie 27
    Philip Tabane 39
    Robbie Jansen 45
    Jasper Cook 59
    Barney Rachabane 73
    Anthony (Tony) Schilder 79
    Tete Mbambisa 93
    Noel Desmond Stockton 105
    Dave Galloway 119

    Contributors 127
    Further Reading 133
    Index 135

  • Abrahams, Randall:
    Spinning Around: The South African Music Industry in Transition.
    Cape Town: Human Sciences Research Council Publishers,
    Occasional Paper, Issue 3, 2003. 33 p.
    ISBN 0-7969-2020-6

    CONTENTS

    Preface iii
    About the Author iv

    Spinning Around: The South African Music
    Industry in Transition 1
    Does a truly South African music style exist? 9
    Making music,making money 19

    Notes 30
    References 31
    Sound recordings 32

  • Johnson, John William:
    ‘Heelloy’. Modern Poetry and Songs of the Somalis.
    London: HAAN Publishing, 1998. xxiii & 241 p.
    ISBN 978-1-874-20981-2

    CONTENTS

    Foreword to the first edition by B. W. Andrzejewski ix
    Foreword to the 1996 edition by Abdilahi Qarshi xi
    Preface to the first edition xv
    Preface to the 1996 edition xxiii

    1. Introduction
    The social context 1
    The Nature of Traditional Pastoralist Poetry 12
    The Historical Development of Modern Oral Poetry 17

    2. The Family of Miniature Genres
    The Nature of the Family of Miniature Genres 27
    The Poetry of the Miniature Family 32

    3. The emergence of the Belwo
    The Historical Background 49
    The Belwo is Born 53
    The Poetry of the Belwo 59

    4. The Heello: Period One
    The Metamorphosis: Belwo to Heello A 75
    The Modem Poem: Heello A to Heello B 82

    5. The Heello: Period Two
    The Historical Background 95
    The Poetry of the Second Period 103

    6. The Heello: Period Three
    The Historical Background 117
    The Poetry of the Third Period 146

    7. Characteristics of the Heello: All Periods
    Themes Common to All Periods 175
    Structural Characteristics and
    Development Common to All Periods 190
    The Impact of Media on Modern Poetry 208

    8. Conclusion
    The Inheritance of the Heello 215
    Forces Behind the Success and Development of Modern Poetry 216

  • Whaley, Andrew:
    Brenda Remembered. {Brenda Fassie}
    Claremont: Spearhead / New Africa Books, 2004. 91 p.
    ISBN 0- 86486-562-7

    CONTENTS

    Z Pallo Jordan, Minister of Arts and Culture
    Foreword vi

    Ngizobuya – Ndonile Ndiyavuma (2000) 1
    “I know I am going to die” — a nation holds its breath

    Shoot Them Before They Grow (1990) 9
    The girl from Langa breaks the mould

    Weekend Special (1983) 16
    Jo’burg! The new kid on the block

    Black President (1989) 22
    Brenda breaks boundaries and mixes with the great and the good

    Good Black Woman (1990) 33
    The end of the honeymoon

    Lonely (1989) 42
    Drugs, depression and dying

    Vulindlela (1999) 49
    The Comeback Queen finds her voice

    I Am Not a Bad Girl (2001) 58
    Too hot to handle

    Ngohlala Ngi Nje (2002) 66
    I’ll do it my way

    They All Want Me Down (2003) 73
    Brenda’s relationship with the press and the public

    Higher and Higher (1997) 77
    Africa’s darling

    It’s Nice to be with People (2002) 82
    And the music goes on …

    Each chapter has been developed around the title of a specific song by Brenda Fassie. The year in which the song was released is included in brackets.

  •  

    Titlestad, Michael:
    Making the Changes.
    Jazz in South African Literature and Reportage.
    Pretoria: University of South Africa Press / Leiden: Koninklijke Brill NV, 2004. 275 p.
    ISBN 1-86888-291-8

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements ix
    Introduction: Staggering Modernity xi

    One
    At Play in the Machine: Improvisation and Narrative 1
    The limits of maps 1
    Walking in plain sight 3
    Walking, speech acts and narrative 8
    De Certeau’s aesthetic: The limits of pedestrian rhetoric 10
    The anti-cartography of Deleuze and Guattari 13
    Rhizomes and the Poetics of Relation 15
    Roots and routes: The black Atlantic 17
    Improvisation: Instrumental sound 18
    Chordal implications: Jazz improvisation 20
    Degrees of freedom: Total improvisation 24
    Jazz in theoretical and literary writing 27
    Playing the changes: Jazz in South African cities 29

    Two
    The Fabulous Decade: The Acoustics of Memory 31
    The framework of citizenship 31
    Metonomy, memory and loss 33
    ‘THINGS ARE UPSIDE DOWN!’: ‘Nice-time’ as ontology 38
    ‘Penny whistle is big-time now’ 48
    ‘Swinging like a pendulum’: The case of ‘Matshikese’ 50
    An interlude: ‘Music full of dust’ 58
    Duke Ellington: ‘A fellow coming across the veld’ 59
    Stratification arid difference 64

    Solo 1 Dugmore Boetie and Vagrant Improvisation 67

    Three
    A World of Strangers:
    Jazz and Alterity in White Writing
     77
    Not-here, not-now 77
    African Jazz and Variety: The ethnography of performance  82
    Introducing King Kong 85
    – King Kong and the ‘naturelle’ 87
    – King Kong meets Die Burger 92
    – King Kong and the ‘real Africa’ 96
    – King Kong versus the police 99
    – King Kong: Politics, ‘kultuur’ and the discontented ‘darkies’ 100
    The aura of authenticity: The white ‘shimmer’ in literature 104
    Exporting authenticity: A ‘new thing’ out of Africa 108
    Alibis and authenticity: The imaginary nowhere, nowhen 111

    Solo 2 ‘a boogie-woogie a slant’:
    The Improvisations of Wopko Jensma 112

    Four
    Lives Seen in Parenthesis:
    The Jazz Poetics of Exile
    124
    Strangerhood and exilic tactics 124
    ‘These are not the drums of Sekoting’:
    Music and exile in The Wanderers 128
    ‘Are you there, bra?’ The politics of homemaking 131
    Mandla Langa: The ‘sounds with which I couldn’t identify’ 134
    The undomesticated, the homesick and the nervous system 139
    Exile and the poetics of identification 145
    Coda: ‘The plane’s wing […] obstructing my bird’s-eye view’ 154

    Solo 3 ‘I Was Not Yet Myself’:
    Representations of Kippie ‘Charlie Parker’ Moeketsi 156
    Coda 163

    Five
    Blackness echoes the real blues:
    Jazz, dissonance and resistance
    165
    On the thread of a tune 166
    Yakhal ‘inkomo and Jol’iinkomo:
    Dissonance and critical disorder 171
    The blues, suffering and the semiotic 183
    Naming, memory and the heavenly ensemble 190
    Mongane Serote: To Every Birth Its Blood:
    The limits of improvisation 194

    Six
    ‘reprobate seers & hip healers’:
    Jazz and Shamanic Poetics
    202
    Shamanism and the creaking of the word 202
    Songlines, reclamation and healing in Ndebele’s ‘Uncle’ 208
    Zim Ngqawana and Lefifi Tladi: Ingoma and Alphabet of Fire 213
    We don’t play Wimpy music: Ari Sitas’s Kassababe 218
    earthstepper/the ocean is very shallow:
    The vision of Seitlhamo Motsapi 222
    Shamanism: Alchemising and mending 228

    Solo 4 Water from an Ancient Well:
    Abdullah Ibrahim as Pilgrim and Healer 229

    Conclusion: Making the changes 240

    Notes 246
    References 261
    Selected Discography 271
    Index 272

  • Steingo, Gavin:
    Kwaito’s Promise.
    Music and the Aesthetics of Freedom in South Africa.

    University of Chicago Press:  Chicago, IL 2016. 320 p.
    ISBN 978-0226-36254-0 (pbk) 978-0226-36240-3 (cloth) 978-0226-36268-7 (e-book)
    Dissertation available from ProQuest no. AAI3429190

    CONTENTS

    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    A Note on Language
    A Note on the Language of Race

    1. The Struggle of Freedom
    2. The Experience of the Outside
    3. Platform, or The Miracle of the Ordinary
    4. Immobility, Obduracy, and Experimentalism in Soweto
    5. Acoustic Assemblages and Forms of Life
    6. Black Diamonds
    7. Times and Spaces of Listening

    Epilogue
    Notes
    References
    Index

  • Schlesinger, Minky:
    Yvonne Chaka Chaka. Princess of Africa.
    Kensington, S.A.: Viva Books, 1993. 52 pp.
    ISBN 1-874932-02-6

    CONTENTS

    Chapter 1
    The Girl Who Loved to Sing 1
    Chapter 2
    The Road to Fame 10
    Chapter 3
    A Star Is Born 19
    Chapter 4
    The Life of a Superstar 26
    Chapter 5
    The Princess of Africa! 38

    Album List 49

  • Schadeberg, Jurgen:
    Jazz, Blues & Swing.
    Six Decades of Music in South Africa.
    Photographs by Jurgen Schadeberg.
    Essays by Don Albert, Gwen Ansell, Darius Brubeck and Hotep Idris Galeta.
    Claremont, South Africa: David Philip Publishers / New Africa Book, 2007. 168 p.
    ISBN 978-0-86486-705-6

    CONTENTS

    Foreword 8
    Introduction 10

    Gwen Ansell
    Of Roots and Rhythms 15

    Hotep Idris Galeta
    The Vision and Voice 31

    Don Albert
    The Umbilical Chord 45

    Darius Brubeck
    Durban Days 78

    Portfolio of Artists 144

  • Rasmussen, Lars :
    Jazz People of Cape Town.
    Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 4.
    Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2003. 304 p.
    ISBN 87-984539-9-8

    CONTENTS

    Jimmy Adams 7
    Banzi Bangani 20
    Zelda Benjamin 34
    Willie van Bloemestein 43
    George Cupido 49
    Woodrow Syfred Dlova 58
    Henry February 64
    Maurice Gawronsky 73
    Frazer Temmy Hawker 80
    Ruth and Una Hawker 81
    Mittah Sotiya 86
    Gary Hendrickse 94
    Vincent Kolbe 102
    Roger Koza 115
    Sammy Maritz 122
    Tete Mbambisa 141
    Walter Kula Mkhunkgwana 153
    Joel M’Brooks Mlomo 155
    Moses Molelekoa 163
    Christopher Columbus Ngcukana 177
    Duke Ngcukana 181
    Elginia Nyanie Ngcukana 194
    Ezra Nyaniso Ngcukana 198
    Isabel Ngcukana 210
    John Ntshibilikwana 236
    Harry Peacock 248
    Toti Slaai 255
    Len Weinreich 259
    Lami Zokufa 268

  • Rasmussen, Lars:
    Cape Town Jazz 1959-1963.
    Photographs by Hardy Stockmann.
    Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 2.
    Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2001. 112 p.
    ISBN 87-984539-6-3

    CONTENTS
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    Headlines and page numbers drawn from book.

    [Foreword 5]

    When Cape Town Jazz Was the Tops 7
    Irene Batchelor 8
    The Jazz Epistles 11
    Alan Douglas Mason 15
    Dollar Brand (Abdullah Ibrahim) 17
    December 1961 Concert at Rondebosch Town Hall 19
    Betty Benjamin (Sathima Bea Benjamin) 23
    Early Mabuza 25
    Sammy Maritz 26
    Lennie Lee (Len Tracey) 28
    Johnny Gertze 31
    Goodbye Party 32
    Cecil Barnard (Hotep Idris Galeta) 35
    Selwyn Lissack 39
    Kathleen Enoch 41
    Donald Staegemann 42
    Roy Bridge 44
    Cecil Ricca 47
    Howard Lawrence 48
    Chris McGregor 51
    Ephraim Nkanuka (Cups Nkanuka) 54
    Joe Colussi 56
    Christopher Ngcukana 58
    David Galloway 60
    Chris McGregor’s First Big Band 63
    Martin Mgijima (Lilly) 68
    Dudu Pukwana 75
    The Shaping of the Blue Notes 80
    Elijah Nkwanyana (T.B. Blues) 83
    Nick (Nikele) Moyake 85
    Monty Weber 87
    Ronnie Beer (Ronald Irving Beer) 93
    Mzimkhulu Lawrence Dlova (Danayi) 95
    Louis Moholo 101
    Willie Nettie 102
    Phakamila Joya (Phaks) 106
    Abdurahman Huzuk (Abie) 109

    Hardy Stockmann: Some Forty Years Ago 111

    A Brief Biography of Hardy Stockmann 120
    Some Discographical Notes 122
    Bibliography 123

  • Rasmussen, Lars:
    Sathima Bea Benjamin: Embracing Jazz.
    Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 1.
    Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2000. 112 p. & 2 CD’s
    ISBN 87-984539-3-9

    CONTENTS

    Sally Placksin
    “To Me, Music Is Such a Direct Way for One Heart to
    Speak to the Other” 11
    Carol Ann Mullet
    Sathima ‘Beattie’ Beniamin Finds Cape Jazz to be
    Her Home Within 21
    Denis-Constant Martin
    From Africa With Love: Sathima and Duke Ellington 39
    Jules Epstein
    Sathima 44
    ZB Molefe
    A Hunger to Sing 47
    Amelia Blossom Pegram
    Sathima’s Ancestral Cry 49
    Abdullah Ibrahim
    Sathima 50
    Will Friedwald
    Sathima Sings Ellington 51
    Bruce Crowther & Ed Anderson
    Songs of Memories 57

    Sathima Writes 67
    Lars Rasmussen
    Sathirria’s Discography 80
    Cape Town Love 103

    Bibliography 107
    Critical appraisal 109
    List of contributors 111

  • Rasmussen, Lars:
    Abdullah Ibrahim. A Discography. 2nd revised edition.
    Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2000. 240 p.
    ISBN 87-984539-5-5

    CONTENTS

    A Short Chronology 9
    Recordings in Chronological Order 13

    Various Contributions 135
    Abdullah Ibrahim Compilations 149
    List of Compositions 165
    List of Musicians 187
    Notes on the Bands 193
    Abdullah Ibrahim’s Instruments 199
    Films and Videos 201
    Abdullah Ibrahim Compositions Recorded by Other Artists 203
    Tributes to Abdullah Ibrahim 212
    Notes on some Words and Titles 217

    Bibliography 226
    Recordings in Alphabetical Order 238

  • Rasmussen, Lars:
    Abdullah Ibrahin. A Discography.
    Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 1998. 240 p.
    ISBN 87-984539-1-2

    CONTENTS

    A short chronology 9
    Recordings in chronological order 13

    Various contributions 131
    Abdullah Ibrahim compilations 147
    List of compositions 161
    List of musicians 182
    Notes on the bands 187
    Abdullah Ibrahim’s instruments 193
    Films and videos 196
    Abdullah Ibrahim compositions recorded by other artists 198
    Tributes to Abdullah Ibrahim 209
    Notes on some words and titles 214

    Bibliography 224
    Recordings in alphabetical order 238

  • Olwage, Grant (ed.):
    Composing Apartheid.
    Music for and against Apartheid.
    Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2008. 311 p.
    ISBN 978-1-86814-456-3

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements vi

    Grant Olwage
    Introduction 1

    Chapter 1
    Christine Lucia
    Back to the Future? Idioms of ‘displaced time’ in South
    African composition
    11

    Chapter 2
    Grant Olwage
    Apartheid’s Musical Signs: Reflections on black choralism,
    modernity and race-ethnicity in the segregation era
    35

    Chapter 3
    Christopher Cockburn
    Discomposing Apartheid’s Story: Who owns Handel? 55

    Chapter 4
    Lara Allen
    Kwela’s White Audiences: The politics of pleasure and identification in the early apartheid period 79

    Chapter 5
    Gary Baines
    Popular Music and Negotiating Whiteness in Apartheid
    South Africa
    99

    Chapter 6
    Michael Drewett
    Packaging Desires:
    Album covers and the presentation of apartheid
    115

    Chapter 7
    Carol A. Muller
    Musical Echoes: Composing a past in/for South African jazz 137

    Chapter 8
    Shirli Gilbert
    Singing Against Apartheid: ANC cultural groups and the international anti-apartheid struggle 155

    Chapter 9
    David Coplan and Bennetta Jules-Rosette
    ‘Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika’: Stories of an African anthem 185

    Chapter 10
    Martin Scherzinger
    Whose ‘White Man Sleeps’ Aesthetics? and politics in the
    early work of Kevin Volans
    209

    Chapter 11
    Brett Pyper
    State of Contention: Recomposing apartheid at Pretoria’s
    State Theatre, 1990-1994. A personal recollection
    239

    Chapter 12
    Ingrid Byerly
    Decomposing Apartheid: Things come together 257

    Chapter 13
    Stephanus Muller
    Arnold van Wyk’s Hands 283

    Contributors 301
    Index 305

  • Olsen, Kathryn:
    Music and Social Change in South Africa.
    Maskanda Past and Present.
    Philiadelphia, Pa.: Temple University Press, 2014. xix & 223 p.
    ISBN 978-1-4399-1136-5

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgments ix
    Prologue xi

    1 Maskanda Researched: The Parallax View 1
    2 Maskanda’s Early Years 20
    3 Maskanda as Commodified Tradition 56
    4 Men Making Maskanda in Post-apartheid South Africa 70
    5 Women Playing Maskanda 141
    6 Experiencing Transformation 185

    Notes 197
    References 205
    Index 213

  • Nyberg, Anders:
    Freedom is Coming.
    Songs of Praise from South Africa for Mixed Choir.
    Glasgow: Wild Goode Publications, 1990. 37 p.
    ISBN 0-947988-49-1

    CONTENTS

    Foreword 4
    Musical instructions 5

    Freedom Is Coming 8
    Asikhatali 10
    Gabi, Gabi 12
    Ipharadisi 14
    Singabahambayo 16
    Siph‘ amandla 18
    Akanamandla 20
    Bamthatha 22
    Vula Botha 24
    Shumayela 26
    Nkosi, Nkosi 28
    Siyahamba 34
    Haleluya! Pelo Tsa Rona 32
    Thuma Mina 34
    We Shall Not Give Up the Fight 36

  • Muller, Carol Ann & Sathima Bea Benjamin:
    Musical Echoes: South African Women Thinking in Jazz.
    Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2011. 384 p.
    ISBN 978-0-8223-4891-7 (cloth) 978-0-8223-4914-3 (paperback)

    CONTENTS

    List of figures ix
    Preface xiii
    Acknowledgements xxiii
    A tribute by Abdulla Ibrahim: “Sathima” xxxi
    Sathima: My Life’s Journey as a Jazz Singer xxxiii

    1. Beginnings 1
    2. A HomeWithin 11
        Call: Recollecting a Musical Past 11
        Response: Entanglement in Race and Music 33
    3. Cape Jazz 53
        Call: Popular Music, Dance Bands, and Jazz 53
        Response: Imagining Musical Lineage through
        Duke and Billie 95
    4. Jazz Migrancy 128
        Call: Musicians Abroad 128
        Response: A New African Diaspora 167
    5. A New York Embrace 189
        Call: Coming to the City 189
        Response: Women Thinking in Jazz, or the Poetics
        of a Musical Self 217
    6. Returning Home? 242
        Call: Cape Town Love / An Archeology of Popular Song 242
        Response: Jazz History as Living History 260
    7. Musical Echoes 271
        Call: Sathima’s Musical Echo 271
        Response:  Reflections on Echo 274
    8. Outcomes – Jazz in the World 281

    Notes 297
    Selected references 325
    Index 337

  • Muller, Carol A[nn]:
    Focus: Music of South Africa. Second edition.
    New York, N.Y. & Oxford: Routledge, 2008. xix & 338 p. & CD
    ISBN: 978-0-415-06071-7

    CONTENTS

    List of Figures vii
    About the Author xi
    Series Foreword by Michael B. Bakan xiii
    Preface xv

    Part I
    Creating Connections
    1
    Introduction 3
    1. South African Music: The Lion Sleeps Tonight 5
    2. Twentieth-Century Political History 23
    3. Twentieth-Century Entertainment History:
         Live and Mediated 33
    4. Graceland (1986): World Music Collaboration 53

    Part II
    Twentieth-Century Musical Styles:
    Music in Migration
    71
    Introduction 73
    5. Representing the Past in South African Music 75
    6. South African Music: Brief Definitions 83
    7. Labor Migration: Isicathamiya 99
    8. Labor Migration: Maskanda 113
    9. Labor Migration: Gumboot Dance 129

    Part III
    Focusing In: Two Case Studies
    153
    Introduction 155
    First Case Study: Cape Jazz 157
    10. Post-World War II Cape Town 157
    11. Sathima Bea Benjamin’s Cape Town:
          Popular Culture in the Post-World War II Era 173
    12. Sathima Bea Benjamin as Jazz Musician 185
          Second Case Study: Shembe Hymns 203
    13. Mission Hymns and the Founding of the 
          Shembe Community 203
    14. Shembe Hymns 227

    Afterword 259
    15. Final Reflections 261

    Appendices 269
    1. A Guide to African Music:
        A Music of Encounters, North, South, East, and West 269
    2. Key Dates in South African History 275
    3. Selected Websites and Guide to Recordings:
        South Africa and Its Music 281

  • Martin, Denis-Constant:
    Sounding the Cape.
    Music, Identity and Politics in South Africa.
    Cape Town: African Minds Publishers, 2013. xxvi & 444 p.
    ISBN 978-1-920489-82-3

    CONTENTS

    Prelude ix
    Acknowledgements xiii
    Timeline xvii

    Part One
    The Emergence of Creolised Identities
    Chapter One
    Music and Identity: A Theoretical Prologue 3
    Chapter Two
    Cape Town’s Musics: A Legacy of Creolisation 53

    Part Two
    The Dialectics of Separation and Interweaving
    Chapter Three
    Separation and Interweaving in the 20th Century:
    Futile Separations 101
    Vincent Kolbe’s Childhood Memories 187
    Chapter Four
    Separation and Interweaving in the 20th Century:
    Fertile Intertwining 209
    Chris McGregor talks about the Blue Notes, Jazz,
     and South African Society 259
    “Soweto Sun”, an Interview with Rashid Vally by
    Denis-Constant Martin 263
    Chapter Five
    Two Decades of Freedom 267
    Chapter Six
    The Musicians’ Discourse:
    Cape Town as a Musical Potjiekos 333

    Conclusion
    Recognising Creolisation? 357

    References 385
    Illustrations 411
    Musicians Interviewed in 2007 and 2009 412
    Index 413

  • Muller Carol A[nn]:
    South African Music.
    A Century of Traditions in Transformation.
    Santa Barbara Calif.: ABC-CLIO, 2004. 314 p. & CD
    ISBN 1-57607-276-2

    CONTENTS

    List of Musical Examples on Compact Disc ix
    Series Foreword – Michael B. Bakan xi
    Preface xvii
    Acknowledgments xxxiii
    Map of South Africa xxxviii

    Chapter One
    South African Music: A Century of Traditions in Transformation 1
    Chapter Two
    Graceland: A Contested Musical Collaboration 37
    Chapter Three
    Cape Town Jazz 60
    Chapter Four
    Music and Migrancy 118
    Chapter Five
    The Hymns of the Nazaretha 184
    Chapter Six
    Final Reflections 238

    Appendix One
    A Guide to African Music: A Music of Encounters 247
    Appendix Two
    Key Dates in South African History 253
    Appendix Three
    Selected Websites: South Africa and Its Music 259
    Appendix Four
    Themes Common to the Study of African Music:
    1980s to Present 261
    Appendix Five
    Discussion of Musical Examples on Compact Disc 265

    Glossary 277
    References 283

  • Molefe, Z. B. & Mike Mzileni:
    Photographs by Mike Mzileni. Introduction by Lara Allen.
    A Common Hunger to Sing.
    A Tribute to South Africa’s Back Women of Song 1950 to 1990.
    Cape Town, Kwela Books, 1997. 125 p.
    ISBN 0-7957-0064-4

    CONTENTS

    No pagination – Page numbers generated from title page onwards

    Foreword
    Z. B. Molefe
    An Affectionate Salute 7

    Introduction
    Lara Allen
    South African Women of Song, Their Lives and Times 9
     
    Abigail Kubeka 20
    Anneline Malebu 22
    Brenda Fassie 24
    Busi (Viccie) Mhlongo 26
    Dark City Sisters 28
    Dolly Rathebe 30
    Dorothy Masuka 32
    Eaglet Ditse 34
    Felicia Marion 36
    Gusta Mnguni 38
    Isabella Masote 40
    Letta Mbulu 42
    Lynette Leeuw 44
    Mabel Mafuya 46
    Mabel Magada 48
    Mahotella Queens 50
    Mandisa Gwele-Maepa 52
    Mara Louw 54
    Margaret Singana (Mcingana) 56
    Marjorie Pretorius 58
    Martha Mdenge 60
    Mary Rabotapi 62
    Mary Thobei 64
    Miriam Makeba 66
    Nomonde Sihawu 68
    Nosisi Rululu 70
    Nothembi Mkhwabane 72
    Patience Africa 74
    Patty Nokwe 76
    Rebecca Malope 78
    Ribbon Dlamini 80
    Sathima Bea Benjamin 82
    Sibongile Khumalo 84
    Snowy Peterson 86
    Snowy Radebe (Mahlangu) 88
    Sophie Mgcina 90
    Stella Starr 92
    Susan Gabashane 94
    Tandie Klaasen 96
    Thandi Mbongwe 98
    Thembi Mtshali 100
    Thoko Mdlalose 102
    Thoko Ndlozi 104
    Thoko Thomo 106
    Thuli Dumakude 108
    Tu Nokwe 110
    Vicky Sampson 112
    Yvonne Chaka Chaka 114
    Yvonne Martins 116
    Zakithi Dlamini 118

    Sources 121
    Glossary: African Music Terms 123

  • Mojapelo, Max:
    Diary edited by Sello Galane.
    Beyond Memory.
    Recording the History, Moments and Memories of South African Music.
    Somerset West, South Africa: African Minds, 2008. 360 p.
    ISBN 978-1-920299-28-6

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements vi
     Acronyms & Abbreviations vii
    Editor’s Note ix
    Preface xi
     Introduction xiii

    1. Soweto Soul Music 1
    2. Alex Soul Menu and Beyond 38
    3. Quick Quick 50
    4. The Cape Connection 67
    5. Into the Vibrant 80s 72
    6. Ladies of Song 84
    7. In Twos and Threes 115
    8. When Two Cultures Kiss 122
    9. The Era of The Steam Train 136
    10. Ska Flowers 157
    11. New School 166
    12. Fine Male Voices 195
    13. Contemporary African Music 201
    14. Joy or Jazz 223
    15. Exile Blues 263
    16. Trading in Tradition 293
    17. Voice Power 303
    18. Welcome Madiba 308
    19. Praising and Praying 319

    Bibliography 342
    Internet Resources 342
    Index 343

  • Mogotsi, Joe with Pearl Connor:
    Edited by John Patterson & Lars Rasmussen.
    Mantindane ‘He Who Survives’.
    My Life with The Manhattan Brothers.
    Booktrader’s Jazz Profiles, Vol. 3.
    Copenhagen: The Booktrader, 2002. 160 p. & CD
    ISBN 87-984539-7-1

    CONTENTS

    Prologue 9

      1. Beginnings 11
      2. Birth of the Brothers 18
      3. Our First Tours 23
      4. Family Life and Strife 26
      5. Brothers and Friends 30
      6. The Great Bands 34
      7. Racist Rule 37
      8. Sophiatown 43
      9. The Fifties 46
    10. Cops, Gangsters and Shebeens 55
    11. King Kong 60
    12. Farewell to South Africa 65
    13. London 69
    14. Life in Exile 75
    15. Disillusions and New Beginnings 84
    16. Back to the Stage 87
    17. Hassles in Hong Kong and Zimbabwe 92
    18. Sad Return to South Africa 96
    19. Leon’s Death 101
    20. End of an Odyssey 108
    21. Confrontation to Reconciliation 119

    Appendices
    Overview of Joe Mogotsi’s Life and Career 121
    Discography 124
    Note Examples 134
    Bibliography 141

  • Meintjes, Louise:
    Sound of Africa.
    Making Music Zulu in a South African Studio.
    Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2003. 335 p.
    ISBN 0-8223-3014-8

    CONTENTS

    Illustrations ix
    Notes to the Reader xi
    Acknowledgments xiii

    Demo Tape: About Sound of Africa! 1
    cut 1 Mbaqanga 19
    cut 2 The Recording Studio as Fetish 71
    cut 3 Producing Liveness 109
    cut 4 Sounding Figures 146
    cut 5 Performing Zuluness 174
    cut 6 Imagining Overseas 217
    A Final Mix: Mediating Difference 250
    Print-Through 263

    Notes 267
    Glossary 291
    Bibliography 297
    Discography 313
    Index 319

  • Masekela, Hugh & D. Michael Cheers:
    Still Grazing.
    The Musical Journey of Hugh Masekela.
    New York, N.Y.: Crown Publishers, 2004. 394 p.
    ISBN 0-609-60957-2

    CONTENTS

    NB. No table of contents

    Part I Home 1
    Chapter 1 3
    Chapter 2 20
    Chapter 3 34
    Chapter 4 43
    Chapter 5 56
    Chapter 6 90

    Part II The world 111
    Chapter 7 113
    Chapter 8 121
    Chapter 9 156
    Chapter 10 179
    Chapter 11 198
    Chapter 12 220

    Part III Africa 239
    Chapter 13 241
    Chapter 14 253
    Chapter 15 274
    Chapter 16 287
    Chapter 17 307
    Chapter 18 325
    Chapter 19 342
    Chapter 20 355
    Chapter 21 370

    Recommended reading list 377
    Acknowledgments 382
    Index 386

  • Mannergren, Johanna:
    Musik, makt och mångfald. Möten med Sydafrika.
    Göteborg: Musikhögskolan, 2000. 147 p.
    ISBN 91-586-0244-5

    INNEHÅLL

    Förord 4
    En söndag i Soweto 6

    Musik & Mångfald
    Musikens roll i Sydafrikas utveckling 12
    Drömmen om enhet och mangfold 36

    Musik & Undervisning
    Musik mitt i förstaden 58
    Lära för livet 74
    Dansens mästare 88

    Musik & Bistånd
    Kulturstöd för utveckling 96
    Utbyte – på vems villkor? 112
    Hiphop knyter vänskapsband 132

    Kontakter & källor
    Musikhögskolans stöd till utbildning i Sydafrika 140
    Källor & litteratur 144
    Kontakter 146

  • Makeba, Miriam in conversation with Nomsa Mwamuka:
    Makeba. The Miriam Makeba Story.
    Johannesburg: STE Publishers, 2004. 262 p.
    ISBN 1-919855-39-4

    CONTENTS

    Part One 10
    Zenzi 12
    The early years 18
    Start of career  26
    The jazz operas 36
    Leaving South Africa 50

    Part Two 58
    America: the early years 60
    Living in America 68
    Life with Bongi in America 72
    Africa revisited 78
    A life in exile 90

    Part Three 100
    Africa 102
    Leaving America 111
    Guinea Conakry: the early years 120
    Living in Guinea 134
    Guinea: the later years 140
    Pan Africanism/A luta Continua 148
    Guinea: the end of an era 168
    Bongi and Miriam 180

    Part Four 190
    Sangoma: the Europe years 192
    Welela: coming home 202
    Eyes on tomorrow 216
    Sing me a song 222
    Homeland 234
    Reflections 246

    Discography and chronology of awards 254

  • Makeba, Miriam with James Hall:
    Makeba: My Story.
    New York, N.Y.: New American Library, 1988. 249 p.
    ISBN 0-453-00561-6
    Version française
    Myriam Makeba, une voix pour l’Afrique.
    Paris: Nouvelles éditions africaines, 1988. 323 p.
    ISBN 978-2-7236147-5-7
    Deutsche ausgabe
    Homeland Blues – Ein farbiges Leben.
    München: Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, 1991. 348 p.
    ISBN 978-344-230060-0

    CONTENTS

    NB. No table of contents.
    Chapter headlines drawn from the English edition.

    Prologue
    I Look at an Ant and I See… 1

    Chapter 1
    I Kick My Mother… 3
    Chapter 2
    I Walk Home from School… 16
    Chapter 3
    We Fear that my Mother… 32
    Chapter 4
    We Are Happy Amateurs… 46

    Chapter 5
    I Awaken and Find Myself… 58
    Chapter 6
    I Travel Alone… 75
    Chapter 7
    I Pick Up the New York Times… 89
    Chapter 8
    I Am in Atlanta, Georgia… 100
    Chapter 9
    I Sit all by Myself… 111
    Chapter 10
    The Guinean Delegates… 125
    Chapter 11
    It Is Strange, But the Song… 149
    Chapter 12
    Time Calls Stokely a “Black Powermonger”… 154

    Chapter 13
    “That Is Villa Andrée”… 167
    Chapter 14
    My Granddaughter… 179
    Chapter 15
    In February of 1975… 190
    Chapter 16
    It Is 1977, and I Am in Nigeria… 201
    Chapter 17
    On Stage, I Wear the Robe… 211
    Chapter 18
    For Two Years My Daughter… 222
    Chapter 19
    Down the Road from My House… 231
    Chapter 20
    There Has Been a Birth… 243

  • Lucia, Christine (ed.):
    A World of South African Music. A Reader.
    Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2005. 368 p.
    ISBN 19044303366

    CONTENTS

    Preface and Acknowledgements xvii
    Introduction xxi

    Part 1: Imperialism to modernism 1

    John Barrow
    A Journey to the Booshuanas 1
    Ludwig Alberti
    Tribal Life & Customs of the Xhosa 3
    John Barrow
    Travels in Southern Africa 5
    Christian Latrobe
    Music in the Cape 7
    Andrew Smith
    Songs of the Zoolas 13
    Robert Godlonton
    Music for the Settler Jubilee 15
    Christopher Birkett
    Preface to a Solfa Tune-book 18
    Andrew Anderson
    Music in the Northern Cape and Bechuanaland 19
    John Bokwe
    Ntsikana, the Story of an African Hymn 21
    J. W. Househam
    Wings of Song 26
    Reuben Caluza
    African Music 29
    Percival Kirby
    The Gora, a Stringed-wind Instrument 32
    Frieda Bokwe Matthews
    African Music in South Africa 39

    Part 2: Apartheid and musicology 41

    Edward Dunn
    A New Era for Music and Musicians 41
    Hugh Tracey
    The State of Folk Music in Bantu Africa 44
    Ezekiel Mphahlele
    Columbia Dance Hall, Marabastad 48
    John Blacking
    Ocarina Music of the Venda 50
    Mona de Beer
    King Kong 57
    Dollar Brand/Abdullah Ibrahim
    Africa, Music, and Show Business 60
    John Blacking
    Tonal Organisation in Venda Initiation Music 62
    Joseph Scotch Coko
    Reminiscences of Healdtown 66
    David Rycroft
    Princess Constance Magogo 72
    David K. Rycroft
    Evidence of Stylistic Continuity in Zulu ‘Town’ Music 79
    J.J.A. van der Walt and G.G. Cillié
    Aspects of Afrikaans Music 90
    Ralph Trewhela
    Wait a Minim and King Kong 94
    Khabi Mngoma
    The Correlation of Folk and Art Music among African Composers 98
    W.S.J. Grobler
    The FAK and Afrikaans Music 107
    David Dargie
    The Music of Ntsikana 109
    David Coplan
    Highbreaks: A Taste of Marabi in the 1920s and ‘30s 116
    Anna Bender-Brink
    Christian Schubart and the Cape 122
    Jaques Malan 
    Opera Houses in South Africa 126
    Christopher Ballantine
    Chris McGregor 130
    Howard Ferguson
    Arnold van Wyk and Nagmusiek 133

    Part 3: Music and social transformation 138

    Miriam Makeba
    My Story 138
    Bongani Mthethwa
    The Songs of A.A. Kumalo:
    A Study in Nguni and Western Musical Syncretism 140
    Lucy Faktor-Kreitzer
    From Latvia to South Africa 147
    David Dargie
    Xhosa Overtone Singing 152
    Barry Smith
    The Royal School of Church Music in South Africa 156
    Melveen Jackson
    Tiger Dance, Terukuttu, Tango, and Tchaikovsky: A Politico-Cultural
    View of Indian South African Music before 1948 159
    Alfred Temba Qabula
    But We Sing 170
    Veil Erlmann
    Reuben T. Caluza and Early Popular Music 172
    Christopher Ballantine
    Music and Emancipation 181
    Sallyann Goodall
    Hindu Devotional Music in Durban 192
    Desmond Desai
    Cape Malay Music 199
    Nollene Davies
    The Guitar in Zulu Maskanda Tradition 207
    Robin Wells
    Basotho Mbube 216
    David Coplan
    Basotho Performance Aesthetics: Sefela and Shebeen Songs 220

    Part 4: A New South Africa 231

    Veit Erlmann
    Isicathamiya in the 1970s-90s 231
    Andrew Tracey
    Indigenous Instruments 238
    Kaiser Netshitangani
    Songs of the Venda Murundu School 245
    Emmanuelle Olivier
    The Art of Metamorphosis – Or the Ju|’hoan Conception of Plurivocality 250
    Justin Clarkson-Fletcher et al 
    Analysing Kevin Volans’ White Man Sleeps 258
    Lara Allen
    Kwela 267
    Deborah James
    Pedi Women’s Kiba Performance 272
    Denis-Constant Martin
    Coon Carnival: New Year in Cape Town 279
    Carol Muller
    Nazarite Hymns 285
    Stephanas Muller
    Stefans Grove: Senate op Afrika-motiewe 289
    Christine Lucia
    Abdullah Ibrahim and the Uses of Memory 298
    Lara Allen
    Vocal Jive and Political Identity during the 1950s 305
    Grant Olwage
    John Knox Bokwe and Black Choralism 310
    Martin Scherzinger
    The Globalisation of South African Music 320

    References 325
    List of Sources  349
    Index 363

  • Kivnick, Helen Q.:
    Where is the Way.
    Song and Struggle in South Africa.
    London: Penguin, 1990. xv & 378 p.
    ISBN 0-14-012895-6

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgments vii
    Introduction xi

    I. People Who Sing
    Shabalala Speaking 3
    Behind the Sound 5
    They Are Singing in Africa 7

    II. In Church
    Worship in Soweto 15
    Black in Christ’s Mission 24
    Offering 28
    My Hope, Will It Rise, Rise, Rise? 33
    Black Christ Apart 47
    Zion on the Mountain 51
    Zion in Zulu 54

    III. In The Country
    Homelands History 65
    Rabbit and Wolf 72
    Venda Song 76
    The Song Is My Soul 80
    Shangaan Calls 92
    The Chief and the Ladies 97

    IV. Migrants
    On Your Toes 113
    Black Mambazo 126
    Black Turf, White Turf 145
    White Mambazo 154
    Last Night, Early in the Morning 166
    Walk Stealthily, Boys 176

    V. In the City
    In Chorus 195
    Open for Me 201
    Wherever We Make It 210
    At Home in Soweto 213
    Township Jive 225
    Images of Home 231
    Taking a Wife 241
    Wed in Tradition 245
    A Place to Smile 250

    VI. In Protest
    Let Freedom Sing 267
    House of Peace 274
    An Injury to One Is an Injury to All 276
    A Song for One Is a Song for All 281
    Inside in Pretoria 292
    Sentenced for Singing 303
    Nonyamezelo: Enduring with Dignity 308
    Singing and Spirit in South Africa 318
    Nkosi Sikelel’i Afrika 321

    Epilogue 333

    Appendixes
    Notes 339
    Let Their Voices Be Heard 349
    Related Recordings 353
    Background and Related Readings 361
    Index 367

  • James, Deborah:
    Songs of the Women Migrants.
    Performance and Identity in South Africa.
    Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press for the
    International African Institute, London, 1999. 238 p.
    ISBN 0-7486-1304-8

    CONTENTS

    List of Maps, Tables and Figures vi
    Acknowledgements viii

    Introduction 1

    1
    Home Boys, Home Dances: Migrants Create Past and Place 22
    2
    ‘Those of My Home’: Migrant Women on the Reef 46
    3
    ‘We are Visitors’: Men’s and Women’s Kiba 71
    4
    Women as Brothers, Women as Sons:
    Domestic Predicaments Unravelled 99
    5
    ‘I Dress in This Fashion’:
    Rural Women Singers and the Sotho Life-Course 110
    6
    Dislocations and Continuities:
    Disrupted Youth and Adolescence 143
    7
    Family Gifts, Family Spirits 163

    Conclusion 186

    Appendix 1 Lists of Discussions and Interpreters 194
    Appendix 2 List of Kiba Performances 198
    Appendix 3 Select Discography 200

    Notes 203
    Bibliography 218
    Index 231

  • Huskisson, Yvonne:
    The Bantu Composers of Southern Africa /
    Die Bantoe-Komponiste van Suider-Afrika.
    Johannesburg: South African Broadcasting Corporation /
    Suid-Afrikaanse Uitsaaikorporasie, 1969. xxxvi & 335 p. + 11 p. (1970 Supplement).
    ISBN N/A

    CONTENTS

    Foreword / Voorwoord iii
    Preface / Inleiding v
    Composer Index / Inhoudsopgawe: Komponiste xxv

    B 1
    C 23
    D 29
    F 36
    G 38
    H 44
    J 47
    K 50
    L 67
    M 76
    N 200
    P 234
    Q 241
    R 243
    S 250
    T 274
    V 287
    W 289
    X 291
    Z 292

    Birthdays: Bantu Composers /
    Geboortedae: Bantoe-komponiste 295

    Reference / Naslaan-gegewens
    Traditional Instruments of the Bantu /
    Tradisionele instrumente van die Bantoe 299

    1970 Supplementary details 1-11

  • Hamm, Charles:
    Afro-American Music, South Africa, and Apartheid.
    Institute for Studies in American Music, Monograph No. 28.
    New York, N.Y.: Conservatory of Music, Brooklyn College of
    the City University of New York, 1988. 42 p. 
    ISBN 0-914678-31-0

    CONTENTS

    [Part 1] 1

    [Part 2] 16

    Notes 38

  • Erlmann, Veit:
    Music, Modernity, and the Global Imagination. South Africa and the West.
    New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 1999. 312 p.
    ISBN 0-19-512367-0

    CONTENTS

    Introduction 3

    Part I
    “Heartless Swindle”: The African Choir and the Zulu Choir in England and America 11

    1. Archaic Images, Utopian Dreams:
        Forms of Nineteenth-Century Historical Consciousness 15
    2. “Style Is Just the Man Himself”:
        (Auto)Biography, Self-Identity, and Fictions of Global Order 32
    3. Inventing the Metropolis: Josiah Semouse’s Travel Diary 
        and the Dilemmas of Representation 59
    4. “Spectatorial Lust”:
        Spectacle and the Crisis of Imperial Knowledge 86
    5. Symbols of Inclusion and Exclusion:
        Nationalism, Colonial Consciousness, and the “Great Hymn” 111
    6. Variations upon a Theme:
        The Zulu Choir in London, 1892-93 133
    7. “God’s Own Country”:
        Black America, South Africa, and the Spirituals 144
    8. Interlude 165

    Part II
    “Days of Miracle and Wonder”: Graceland and the Continuities of the Postcolonial World 167

      9. Figuring Culture: The Crisis of Modernity and
          Twentieth-Century Historical Consciousness 173
    10. Hero on the Pop Chart:
          Paul Simon and the Aesthetics of World Music 179
    11. Fantasies of Home: The Antinomies of Modernity and the
          Music of Ladysmith Black Mambazo 199
    12. Dream Journeys: Techniques of the Self and the Biographical
          Imagination of Bhekizizwe J. Shabalala 214
    13. Songs of Truth and Healing:
          Searching for a New South Africa 234
    14. Communities of Style:
          Musical Figures of Black Diasporic Identity 246
    15. Dances with Power: Michael Jackson, Ladysmith Black
          Mambazo, and the Ambiguities of Race 268
    16. Epilogue: The Art of the Impossible 281

    Notes 283
    Index 308

  • Erlmann, Veit:
    Nightsong.
    Performance, Power, and Practice in South Africa.

    With an Introduction by Joseph Shabalala.
    Chicago, Ill.: The University of Chicago Press, 1996. 446 p. & VHS video (60 minute)
    ISBN 0-226–21720-5 (cloth) 0-226-21721-3 (paper)

    CONTENTS

    Video Contents ix
    Figures and Musical Examples xi
    Note on Orthography and Translation xiii
    Preface xv

    Part 1 Texts

    Introduction
    Joseph Bekhizizwe Shabalala: A Unifying Force 3

    1. Performance Theorized 11
    2. lsicathamiya Performance Represented 29
    3. The History of lsicathamiya, 1891-1991 40

    Part 2 Spaces

    4. The Unhomely: Performers and Migrants 101
    5. Ekhaya: The Past, the Home, and the Nation Revived 133
    6. The Home Embodied: Dance and Dress in Isicathamiya 179
    7. Praise and Prayer: The Rhetoric of lsicatharniya 204
    8. Attacking with Song:
        The Aesthetics of Power and Competition 224
    9. “Strengthening Native Home Life”: 
        lsicathamiya and Hegemony 243
    10. Things Will Come Right:
          The Political Economy of Noncommercial Performance 261

    Part 3 Self

    11. “Two Worlds, One Heart”:
          Joseph Shabalala and Ladysmith Black Mambazo 283

    Postscript 1994 315
    Notes 317
    A Select Discography of Isicatharniya 323
    Glossary 419
    References 421
    Index 437

    VIDEO

    Prakthisa
    Kings Boys 1’10
    Jabula Home Defenders 5’09
    Cup and Saucer “Akhasangibaleii” 9’53
    Durban City Boys 11’51
    Jabula Home Defenders “Somebody Is Calling My Name” 14’37
    Natal Universal 21’21
    Harding Boys 24’20
    New Home Brothers 27’42
    Kompiti
    Natal Universal 35’40
    Easy Walkers
    – ”Imbube”  37’43
    – ”Come, My Lord” 40’02
    – “Vela Mfowethu” 41’22
    Durban City Boys “Jesu Wami” 45’28
    Harding Boys “Amagugu Alelizwe” 47’03
    Danger Stars 48’15
    – “Gumbaya” 49’18
    Cup and Saucer “Trust and Obey” 51’42

  • Erlmann, Veit:
    African Stars.
    Studies in Black South African Performance.
    Chicago, Ill.: Chicago University Press, 1991. 214 p.
    ISBN 0-226-21722-1 (cloth) 0-226-21724-8 (paper)

    CONTENTS

    List of Illustrations ix
    List of Musical Examples xi
    A Note on Orthography and Translations xiii

    Preface xv

    1. Introduction 1
    2. “A Feeling of Prejudice”: Orpheus M. McAdoo and the Virginia
        Jubilee Singers in South Africa, 1890-1898 21
    3. Cultural Osmosis, Ethnicity, and Tradition in Black Popular
        Music in Durban, 1913-1939 54
    4. “Horses in the Race Course”: The Domestication of Ingoma
        Dance, 1929-1939 95
    5. “An African Star”: Reuben T. Caluza and Early Popular Music
        in South Africa 112
    6. “Singing Brings Joy to the Distressed”: The Early Social History
        of Zulu Migrant Workers’ Choral Music 156
    7. Conclusion: South African Black Music and The Wider African
        Field 175

    Notes 183
    References 195
    Index 207

  • Douglas, Struan:
    The Story of South African Jazz. Volume 1.
    Durban: afribeat.com, 2013. 344 p.
    ISBN 978-1-329-58326-9 (paper) 978-0-620-52064-5 (Kindle edition)

    CONTENTS

    Starting with the heart 9
    Introduction to the Story of SA Jazz 13
    Perspectives on the Development of Jazz Music 29
    Interview Vince Colbe 31
    Interview Mr Brookes 40
    Interview Dennis Constant Martin 45
    The First Ray of South African Jazz 57
    The Drum Writers 59
    Interview Thandi Klaasen 66
    Interview Dolly Rathebe 67
    Interview Theo Bophela 77
    Interview Ezme Matshikiza 83
    Interview The Manhattan Brothers 93
    Interview Miriam Makeba 95
    Interview Hugh Masekela 97
    SABC Archives 101
    Bright New Brighton 103
    The Second Ray of South African Jazz 105
    Chris McGregor 107
    Interview Louis Moholo 111
    Interview Sathima Bea Benjamin 113
    Interview Abdullah Ibrahim  116
    Interview Lucky Ranku 125
    Interview Claude Deppa 129
    Interview Morris Goldberg 133
    Interview Lars Rasmussen 135
    The Inxiles 137
    Interview Ezra Ngcukana 139
    Tribute to Winston Mankunku 145
    Interview Mike Perry 147
    Interview Elias ‘S’dumo’ Ngidi 152
    Interview Barney Rachabane 167
    Ian Bruce Huntley Archive 172
    The Third Ray of South African Jazz 173
    Interview Robbie Jansen 175
    Interview Feya Faku 183
    Interview Valmont Layne and Colin Miller 195
    The Fourth Ray of South African Jazz 207
    Wondergigs 209
    Mac Mckenzie 211
    Interview Goema Captains of Cape Town 213
    Interview DJ Ready D 225
    Interview Moses Molelekwa 233
    Interview Moses Khumalo 246
    Interview Carlo Mombelli 251
    Tribute to Johnny Fourie 267
    Interview Marcus Wyatt 269
    Interview Gito Baloi 282
    Madala Kunene 289
    Cape Town International Jazz festival 293
    Interview Jack Von Poll 299
    The Fifth Ray of South African Jazz 305
    Grahamstown National Jazz festival 311
    Interview Mike Skipper 313
    Interview Brian Thusi 320
    Interview Hotep Galeta 325
    The Revolution is Self Publishing 330
    Music Education Stargate to yourself 333
    The African Jazz Way 335

    About the author 340
    Index 341

  • Coplan, David B[ellin]:
    In Township Tonight!
    Musique et théâtre dans les villes noires d’Afrique du Sud.
    Paris: Karthala, 1992. 437 p.
    ISBN 978-2-8653734-1-3

    TABLE DES MATIÈRES

    Introduction 7
    1 La vie citadine et  les arts du spectacle au XIXe siècle 
       en Afrique du Sud 17
    2 Le Johannesburg noir de 1900 à 1920 89
    3 Manifestations culturelles de la classe ouvrière pendant 
       l’entre-deux-guerres 139
    4 Manifestations culturelles de l’élite pendant l’entre-deux-guerres 173
    5 Sophiatown – culture et communauté de 1940 à 1960 219
    6 Musique et musiciens du township 279
    7 Vingt ans de théâtre noir : la lutte pour une culture noire urbaine 309

    Conclusion 349
    Postface 377
    Appendices 403
    Remarques sur la terminologie 419
    Glossaire 423
    Cartes 434
    Index 437

  • Coplan, David B[ellin]:
    In Township Tonight!
    South Africa’s Black City Music and Theatre. Second revised edition
    Chicago, Ill.: The University of Chicago Press, 2008. 455 p.
    ISBN 978-0-226-11567-2

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements ix
    A note on terminology xi

    1 Introduction: In township last night 1
    2 City life and performing arts in nineteenth-century South Africa 13
    3 Black Johannesburg, 1900-1920 74
    4 Black performance culture between the world wars: 
       the ‘rank and file’ 110
    5 Black performance culture between the world wars:
       the ‘situations’ 135
    6 Sophiatown: culture and community, 1940-1960 170
    7 Township music and musicians, 1960-1980 224
    8 Twenty years of black theatre: the struggle for black city culture 264
    9 The darkness and the dawn: black popular music since 1980 293
    10 Jazz and other (con)fusions since 1990 340
    11 Out of the townships tonight: emerging South African theatre 367
    12 Conclusion: In township tomorrow night 396

    Appendix A 423
    Appendix B 427
    Appendix C 432

    Glossary 438
    Index 445

  • Coplan, David B[ellin]:
    In Township Tonight!
    South Africa’s Black City Music and Theatre.
    London & New York, N.Y.: Longman, 1985. 278 p.
    ISBN 0-582-64401-1 (cloth) 0-582-64400-3 (paper)

    CONTENTS

    Terminology vi
    Maps ix

    1 Introduction 1
    2 City life and performing arts in nineteenth-century South Africa 8
    3 Black Johannesburg, 1900-20 56
    4 Working-class performance culture between the World Wars 90
    5 Elite performance culture between the World Wars 113
    6 Sophiatown – culture and community, 1940-60 143
    7 Township music and musicians 183
    8 Twenty years of black theatre: 
        the struggle for black city culture 203
    9 Conclusion: the social dialectics of performance 230

    Appendix A 250
    Appendix B 253
    Appendix C 258

    Glossary 264
    Index 272

  • Conrath, Philippe:
    Johnny Clegg. La passion zoulou.
    Paris: Éditions Seghers / Le Club des Stars, 1988. 263 p.
    ISBN 2-232-10139-8

    TABLE DES MATIÈRES

    Avant-propos et mode d’emploi  7

    Petit précis d’histoire de l’Afrique du Sud, par Pierre Haski  9

    Voyage biographique avec un Zoulou blanc  35
    1 Joburg 37
    2 Une ferme en Rhodésie 41
    3 Un beau-père à poigne 49
    4 La bar-mitsva 56
    5 Charlie le Zoulou 65
    6 Les migrants 69
    7 Guerriers et artistes 78
    8 Entrer dans la danse 85
    9 L’arme du langage 91
    10 Voler le public 101
    11 Sipho 109
    12 Les années Juluka 119
    13 Savuka 138
    14 Succès et critiques 148
    15 Pour une culture sud-africaine 158
    16 Noël au Zululand 174

    “Johnny, je t’adore” par Renaud 187
    Promenade sentimentale dans l’univers de Johnny Clegg 197
    Remerciements 259

  • Chilvers, Garth & Tom Jasiukowicz:
    History of Contemporary Music of South Africa.
    Braamfontain: Toga Publishing, 1994. 172 p.
    ISBN 0-620-18121-4

    CONTENTS

    Introduction i

    A-Z of SA Music 1-146

    A 1
    B 6
    C 17
    D 26
    E 33
    F 36
    G 45
    H 51
    I 58
    J 60
    K 64
    L 69
    M 77
    N 91
    O 94
    P 97
    Q 104
    R 105
    S 113
    T 129
    U 134
    V 135
    W 138
    X 143
    Y 144
    Z 145

    Acknowledgements 147
    Music Lists 149
    Index 151

  • Breakey, Basil:
    Beyond the Blues.
    Township Jazz in the ’60s and ’70s.
    Commentary by Steve Gordon
    Cape Town & Johannesburg: David Philip, 1997. 82 p.
    ISBN 0-86486-242-3

    CONTENTS

    Christopher Ballantine
    Introduction 1

    Steve Gordon
    Basil Breakey – A Brief Biography 5

    Part 1
    Johannesburg, Early 1960s 9
    Part 2
    Swaziland 1966-1968 41
    Part 3
    Cape Town, Early 1970s 49

    Louis Moholo
    On the Blue Notes 79

    Discography 81

  • Bloom, Harry:
    King Kong.
    An African Jazz Opera.

    Lyrics by Pat Williams and Ralph Trawhela
    London: Collins, 1961. 96 p. First edition
    London: Fontana Books, 1961 96 p. Soft cover
    ISBN N/A

    CONTENTS

    Foreword by Harry Bloom 7

    Original English Production and Cast 21

    Musical Synopsis 25

    King Kong [Full text – Act 1 & 2] 27-96

     

     

     

     

     

  • Ballantine, Christopher:
    Marabi Nights.
    Early South African Jazz and Vaudeville.

    Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1993. xii & 116 pp. & music cassette.
    ISBN 0-86975-439-4

    CONTENTS

    Preface ix
    Acknowledgements xi

    Marabi Nights
    Memory, History and Context:
    An Introduction and Overview 1

    Concert and Dance
    The Foundations of Black Jazz in South Africa
    Between the 1920s and the Early 1940s 11

    Music and Emancipation
    The Social Role of Black Jazz and Vaudeville in
    South Africa Between the 1920s and the Early 1940s 39

    Music and Repression
    Race, Class and Gender in Black South Aftican Jazz
    Culture up to the Early 1940s 63

    Appendix 87
    Index 102

    CASSETTE

    Side 1

    Vaudeville
    Griffiths Motsieloa and Company: Stimela No. 1
    Griffiths Motsieloa and Company: Sponono naMarabi
    Motsielca’s Pitch Black Follies: Tsaba Tsaba ke No. 1
    William and Wilfred Mseleku: Qua qa
    Bantu Glee Singers: Ndunduma
    Snowy Radebe and Company: Emakhaya
    Griffiths Motsieloa and Company: Khanya
    John Mavimbela and Company: eGoli
    Griffiths Motsieloa and Ignatius Monare: Aubuti Nkikho
    Snowy Radebe and Company: eBhayi
    Jazz
    Amanzimtoti Players: Sbhinono
    Nkandia Guitar Players: Evelina

    Side 2

    Jazz
    Jazz Revellers Band: Sponono
    W. P. Zikali: Ntebejana
    The Merry Blackbirds: iChain Covers
    The Merry Blackbirds: uMajaji
    The Merry Blackbirds: Woza we Mzala
    Hot Lips Dance Band: Marabi No. 2 Jive
    Willie Gumede’s Swing Band: Mabuza
    Willie Gumede’s Swing Band: Mkhize
    The Merry Blackbirds: Heat Wave
    Thomas Mabiletsa: Zulu Piano Medley, No.1: Part 1
    Thomas Mabiletsa: Zulu Piano Medley, No.2: Part 1
    Zuluboy and His Jazz Maniacs: Izikhalo Zika Zuluboy
    Zuluboy and His Jazz Maniacs: Tsaba Tsaba

  • Ansell, Gwen:
    Soweto Blues.
    Jazz, Popular Music, and Politics in South Africa.
    New York, N.Y. & London: Continuum, 2004. 350 p.

    ISBN 0-8264-15662-4 (Hardcover)

    CONTENTS

    Introduction vii

    Chapter 1
    Where It All Started 1
    Chapter 2
    New Sounds of the Cities 27
    Chapter 3
    Athens on the Reef 64
    Chapter 4
    The Land Is Dead 108
    Chapter 5
    Underground in Africa 143
    Chapter 6
    Jazz for the Struggle, and the Struggle for Jazz 180
    Chapter 7
    Home Is Where the Music Is: South African Jazz Abroad 221
    Chapter 8
    The 1990s and Beyond: Not Yet Uhuru 261

    Appendix
    Interviewees and Recordings 305

    Glossary 325
    Bibliography 333
    Index 337

  • Andersson, Muff:
    Music in the Mix.
    The Story of South African Popular Music.
    Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1981. 189 p.
    ISBN 0-86975-218-9

    CONTENTS

    Part 1
    The Background to Today’s South African Music Scene

    Chapter 1
    Gone With the Wind Instrument 13
    Traditional African Music and Influences from the West
    Chapter 2
    Tracing Connections 19
    The Work of Musicologists Hugh and Andrew Tracey
    Chapter 3
    Township Tunes, Resistance Rhythms 23
    The Growth of Township Music, and its Changing Status
    Chapter 4
    And the Rest Is History 37
    The Early years of the South African Record Industry

    Part 2
    Music as Propaganda: An Instrument of Apartheid

    Chapter 1
    Music in the Mix, and Money for the Rich 45
    The Record Industry and Its Policies
    Chapter 2
    The Politics of Production 61
    Interviews with Independent Producers
    Chapter 3
    Another Brick in the Wall 85
    Radio’s Stranglehold; Sarie Awards; ‘Independent’ Radio
    Chapter 4
    Such Natural Rhythm 99
    Music as propaganda

    Part 3
    Repercussions, the Damage Done, and Future Trends

    Chapter 1
    Too Much Pressure 109
    Why Emerging Styles Were Stunted
    Chapter 2
    Band on the Run 119
    South African Musicians in Exile
    Chapter 3
    Caught in the Act 123
    Interviews, Notes and Raves on Five Categories of Musicians
    Chapter 4
    Toward the Final Mix 169
    Thoughts about Music for Development

  • Coplan, David B[ellin]:
    In the Time of Cannibals.
    The World Music of South Africa’s Basotho Migrants.

    Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, 1994. 300 p.
    ISBN 0-226-11573-9 (cloth) 0-226-11574-7 (paper)

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgments ix
    Preface xi
    Orthographic Note xxi

    Chapter 1
    “Hyenas Do Not Sleep Together”
    The Interpretation of Basotho Migrants’ Auriture 1

    Chapter 2
    “The Mouth of a Commoner Is Not Listened To”
    Power, Performance, and History 30

    Chapter 3
    “Greetings, Child of God!”
    Generations of Travelers and Their Songs 65

    Chapter 4
    “An Initiation Secret Is Not Told at Home”
    The Making of a Country Traveler 90

    Chapter 5
    “These Mine Compounds, I Have Long Worked Them”
    Auriture and Migrants’ Labors 118

    Chapter 6
    “I’d Rather Die in the Whiteman’s Land”
    The Traveling Women of Eloquence 150

    Chapter 7
    “My Heart Fights with My Understanding”
    Bar Women’s Auriture and Basotho Popular Culture 178

    Chapter 8
    “Eloquence Is Not Stuck on Like a Feather”
    Sesotho Aural Composition and Aesthetics 201

    Chapter 9
    “Laughter Is Greater than Death”
    Migrants’ Songs and the Meaning of Sesotho 242

    Appendix 1 263
    Appendix 2 270

    References 281
    Index 293

  • Collins, [Edmund] John:
    Fela. Kalakuta Notes. 2nd edition
    Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 2015.  xii & 326 p.
    ISBN 978-0-8195-7539-5 (paper) 978-0-8195-7540-1 (ebook)

    CONTENTS

    Foreword by Banning Eyre ix
    Introduction 1

    Part 1 Early Days
    1 The Birth of Afrobeat 27
    2 Joe Mensah Remembers 41
    3 Fela in Ghana 49
    4 Stan Plange Remembers 29

    Part 2 Confrontation
    5 Kalakuta is Born 67
    6 “JB” Talks about Fela 73
    7 The Kalakuta Republic 81
    8 The Black President 114
    9 Amsterdam and After 125

    Part 3 Retrospect
    10 Mac Tontoh on Fela 139
    11 Frank Talk about Fela 152
    12 Obiba Plays It Again 165
    13 Smart Binete Sorts It Out 174
    14 Anku Checks Out the Beat 178
    15 Nana Danso Orchestrates 183
    16 Some Early Afro-Fusion Pioneers 197
    17 Interview with Fela 204
    18 Afterthoughts and Updates 209
    19. Felabrations at Home and Abroad 238

    Chronology 259
    Notes 269
    Selected Bibliography 281
    Discography 285
    Appendix A: “Shuffering and Shmiling” Score 303
    Index 309

  • Erlmann, Veit (ed.):
    Populäre Musik in Afrika.

    Veröffentlichungen des Museum für Völkerkunde.
    Neue Folge 53. Abteilung Musikethnologie VIII.
    Berlin: Museum für Völkerkunde, 1991. 312 pp. & 2 CDs.
    ISBN 3-88609-213-5

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  • Mortaigne, Veronique:
    Cesaria Evora. La voix du Cap-Vert.
    Arles: Actes Sud, 1997. 203 p.

    ISBN 2-7427-1152-X 

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  • Sweeney, Philip:
    Directory of World Music. A Guide to Performers and their Music.
    With Contributions from Peter Gabriel, Andy Kershaw, Giberto Gil [&] Manu Dibango.
    London: Virgin Books, 1991. 262 p.
    Section Africa 1-81
    ISBN 0-86369-378-4

    sweeney1991CONTENTS

    AFRICA

    The North and West
    Introduction: Peter Gabriel 1
    Libya 3
    Tunisia 5
    Algeria 6
    Morocco 13
    Mauritania 16
    Senegal 17
    Mali 20
    Guinea 26
    Guinea-Bissau 29
    Cape Verde 29
    Sierra Leone 31
    Côte d’Ivoire 32
    Ghana 34
    Togo and Benin 36
    Nigeria 37

    Central Africa, The South and East
    Introduction: Manu Dibango 42
    Cameroon 44
    Zaire 49
    Congo 56
    Gabon 56
    Angola 57
    Zambia 58
    Mozambique 59
    Zimbabwe 60
    South Africa 65
    Madagascar 70
    Mauritius and Reunion 71
    Tanzania and Zanzibar 72
    Kenya 74
    Uganda 76
    Burundi 76
    Ethiopia 77
    Sudan 79

  • Lee, Hélène:
    Rockers d’Afrique. Stars et légendes du rock mandinque.
    Paris: Albin Michel, 1988. 223 pp.
    ISBN 2-226-03 139-1 

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