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Muslim women sing : Hausa popular song
In this book Beverly Mack shows Muslim women in northern Nigeria actively involved in creative activity. Although most of the songs and oral poetry are performed for female audiences only, some are performed for mixed groups, and typically men of the household are permitted to listen as women sing and recite songs and poems that reflect their contemporary social and cultural concerns. Themes such as women's roles in society, women and Islam, history, politics, AIDS prevention, child care, and hygiene form an integral part of their repertoire.
Mack, Beverly B.
boek
2004
volksmuziek / islam / kinderopvang / AIDS / Nigeria / Afrika
Bloomington
Aletta
via de website van Aletta.

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