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Finding Aid for the Donald Kachamba at UCLA Collection 1999
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Donald Kachamba, a well-known musician from Malawi in southeast Africa, taught a lecture and performance course at UCLA in Fall 1999 as part of the Department of Ethnomusicology's "Year of African Music." The collection contains manuscripts, teaching materials, and audio-visual materials that he used during his time in the Ethnomusicology Department.
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Collection is open for research.