Ke sekorokoro

(An old and unroadworthy car)

(Koloi ena, hei, hei haenamabili push, push ke s'korokoro hei..)

Arr.: Smit, Alna (born in 19..) [South Africa]

Published by Africa Music and Choral Trust [South Africa] , 2001 ; in Choral Music from South Africa Volume 1 (79 p.)
Number of pages : 4
Editor or author of the restitution: Human, René Irené
Type of material: Choral score with piano for rehearsal only ; Solfa notation included
Copyright : 2001
ISMN/ISBN : 0620277327
Text in: Sotho + adapted in Zulu
Epoque: 20th century (1990-2000)
Genre-Style-Form: Traditional ; Secular
Mood of the piece: energetic ; lively
Type of Choir: SSA (3 equal voices)
Difficulty choir (incr.from 1 to 5): 2
Difficulty conductor (incr.from A to E): C
Tonality: C major
Duration: 1.5 min.
Origin: South Africa
Data about the life of the work: This song is about an old unroadworthy car that has no wheels. A woman named Dudu has a child who is ill, she visits the sangoma (traditional healer) who tells her that there is a witch in her home.
Comment(s): Video with dance movements available at the publisher!Translation : This car, it does not have wheels, it is an old wreck. We went with Dudu to look for a sangoma who said the child is ill.