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Learning Shosholoza

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Published on Oct 21, 2007

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Clipped from "Learning the Songs" section of their DVD "Amaculo Ase-Afrika".
First separating the four vocal parts. Followed by a full performance.
This famous Afrikan song depicts the steam train carrying miners to the gold mines.
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"Shosholoza (Move quickly)
Ku lezontaba (across the mountains)
Stimela siphum' eSouth Africa (Train from South Africa)
Wen' uyabaleka (You are running quicky)
Ku lezontaba (across the mountains)
Stimela siphum' eSouth Africa (Train from South Africa)

Originally sung by migrant workers on their way to the gold mines in the former Transvaal"

Also visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shosholoza

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