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Ingestion_path Africa Media Online/Historic Africa/Rhodes University/International Library of African Music/ILAM Digital Archives/ILAM Photographic Collection
Royalty Free Yes
Subcollections ILAM Photographer
Compressed File Size 8598323.2
Province Transvaal
Keywords black and white image,horizontal,Africa,Marievale mine,Venancio Mbande,Mozambique,Southern Africa,Nzoma drum,timbila xylophone dance,xylophones,traditional music,traditional musical instruments,Chopi,Drum Magazine,ethnic,tribal,African culture,traditional customs,rural villages,
Credit Line ILAM Photographer / Africa Media Online
Media Type image
Orientation landscape
City Johannesburg
Bit Depth 24
Creation_date 2008-09-12T18:15:06
Colour Components 3
Country South Africa
Branded_id APN327549
Populated 1
Browse_path Africa Media Online/Historic Africa/Rhodes University/International Library of African Music/ILAM Digital Archives/ILAM Photographic Collection
Media Id 834_8
Collections Independent Contributors
Pixel Size 5590 x 3669
Model Release MR-NON
Dpi 118.1102
Location Marievale mine
Description Venancio Mbande playing nzoma drum during entry movement of the Timbila xylophone dance.
Property Release PR-NON
Royalty_free Yes
Compressed_file_size 8598323.2
Credit_line ILAM Photographer / Africa Media Online
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Bit_depth 24
Colour_components 3
Media_id 834_8
Pixel_size 5590 x 3669
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