’NDI NE SIPHONONO’ for Eb instruments. Polyphonic. (South African)

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We learned to sing this traditional Zulu song several years ago. I believe it�s sung at weddings with the appropriate name of the bride�s home added. �I know a beautiful lady who lives in Xxxxxxxx�. I�ve used the harmonies we were taught aurally as parts for various instruments. It makes a great processional piece at the beginning of concerts � once learned no music necessary. Lots that can be done with it too: Improvisations, percussion. It’s in 4/4 Swing to make reading easier, but I doubt if that’s authentic! Scores and parts for C and Bb instruments are available at my home page, and just one example of mixing C, Bb and Eb instruments. All parts are interchangeable and all come with an easy version beneath the main part so anyone can join in. Have fun with it!

Score ID
Easy (Grades 1-3)
1 minute
Concert band / wind band
World music

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