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Kinka: Traditional Songs from Avenorpedo. 2007. Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology, Department of Music, University of Alberta. Recorded by Gavin Webb and Godwin Yao Azameti. Annotated by Michael Frishkopf and Carinna Friesen. Produced by Michael Frishkopf. 40-page booklet and website (http://www.ualberta.ca/-michaelf/kinkadrum/Home.html) with notes in English and Eve. Translations by Norvor and Godwin Yao Azameti, Colour, b/w photographs, map, bibliography, orthographic chart. CD, 19 tracks (56:21). Recorded in Avenorpedo, Volta Region, Ghana in 2007. - Giving Voice to Hope: Music of Liberian Refugees. 2009. University of Alberta. Audio supervised by Michael Frishkopf, Eilis Pourbaix, and Justina Watt. Annotated by Eilis Pourbaix, Michael Frishkopf, and Barry Tonge. Production supervised by Barry Tonge, Michael Frishkopf, Nancy Hannemann, Eilis Pourbaix, and Jennifer Woronuk. 28-page booklet and website (https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php?title=Giving_Voice_to_Hope:_Music_of_Liberian_Refugees) with notes in English. Photographs, illustrations, maps. CD, 16 tracks (68:48). Recorded at studios in Accra, Kasoa, and Buduburam Refugee Settlement in Ghana.

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Kinka: Traditional Songs from Avenorpedo. 2007. Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology, Department of Music, University of Alberta. Recorded by Gavin Webb and Godwin Yao Azameti. Annotated by Michael Frishkopf and Carinna Friesen. Produced by Michael Frishkopf. 40-page booklet and website (http://www.ualberta.ca/-michaelf/kinkadrum/Home.html) with notes in English and Eve. Translations by Norvor and Godwin Yao Azameti, Colour, b/w photographs, map, bibliography, orthographic chart. CD, 19 tracks (56:21). Recorded in Avenorpedo, Volta Region, Ghana in 2007. - Giving Voice to Hope: Music of Liberian Refugees. 2009. University of Alberta. Audio supervised by Michael Frishkopf, Eilis Pourbaix, and Justina Watt. Annotated by Eilis Pourbaix, Michael Frishkopf, and Barry Tonge. Production supervised by Barry Tonge, Michael Frishkopf, Nancy Hannemann, Eilis Pourbaix, and Jennifer Woronuk. 28-page booklet and website (https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php?title=Giving_Voice_to_Hope:_Music_of_Liberian_Refugees) with notes in English. Photographs, illustrations, maps. CD, 16 tracks (68:48). Recorded at studios in Accra, Kasoa, and Buduburam Refugee Settlement in Ghana.
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Kinka: Traditional Songs from Avenorpedo. 2007. Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology, Department of Music, University of Alberta. Recorded by Gavin Webb and Godwin Yao Azameti. Annotated by Michael Frishkopf and Carinna Friesen. Produced by Michael Frishkopf. 40-page booklet and website (http://www.ualberta.ca/-michaelf/kinkadrum/Home.html) with notes in English and Eve. Translations by Norvor and Godwin Yao Azameti, Colour, b/w photographs, map, bibliography, orthographic chart. CD, 19 tracks (56:21). Recorded in Avenorpedo, Volta Region, Ghana in 2007. - Giving Voice to Hope: Music of Liberian Refugees. 2009. University of Alberta. Audio supervised by Michael Frishkopf, Eilis Pourbaix, and Justina Watt. Annotated by Eilis Pourbaix, Michael Frishkopf, and Barry Tonge. Production supervised by Barry Tonge, Michael Frishkopf, Nancy Hannemann, Eilis Pourbaix, and Jennifer Woronuk. 28-page booklet and website (https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php?title=Giving_Voice_to_Hope:_Music_of_Liberian_Refugees) with notes in English. Photographs, illustrations, maps. CD, 16 tracks (68:48). Recorded at studios in Accra, Kasoa, and Buduburam Refugee Settlement in Ghana.
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Kinka: Traditional Songs from Avenorpedo. 2007. Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology, Department of Music, University of Alberta. Recorded by Gavin Webb and Godwin Yao Azameti. Annotated by Michael Frishkopf and Carinna Friesen. Produced by Michael Frishkopf. 40-page booklet and website (http://www.ualberta.ca/-michaelf/kinkadrum/Home.html) with notes in English and Eve. Translations by Norvor and Godwin Yao Azameti, Colour, b/w photographs, map, bibliography, orthographic chart. CD, 19 tracks (56:21). Recorded in Avenorpedo, Volta Region, Ghana in 2007. - Giving Voice to Hope: Music of Liberian Refugees. 2009. University of Alberta. Audio supervised by Michael Frishkopf, Eilis Pourbaix, and Justina Watt. Annotated by Eilis Pourbaix, Michael Frishkopf, and Barry Tonge. Production supervised by Barry Tonge, Michael Frishkopf, Nancy Hannemann, Eilis Pourbaix, and Jennifer Woronuk. 28-page booklet and website (https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php?title=Giving_Voice_to_Hope:_Music_of_Liberian_Refugees) with notes in English. Photographs, illustrations, maps. CD, 16 tracks (68:48). Recorded at studios in Accra, Kasoa, and Buduburam Refugee Settlement in Ghana.
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