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Description SAED:MUSIC:PERSONALITY:DRUM SEPTEMBER 1952 Ð ÒGit on Board, you lilÕChillunÓ Aunt EmÕs childrenÕs choir lisp. Their performances at several Reef Centres have put man y school, church and communal choirs in the shade. Salute to Aunt EmÉ - Aunt EM your are great! When you retired as pianist of the Merry Blackbirds we thought weÕd never hear from you again. To us you are not just Mrs. Emily Motsieloa. From Rhodesiaas to the cape , to the thousands youÕve entertained and to the myriads who have admired you in every hall this side of the equator you are our Aunt Em, Southern AfricaÕs greatest pioneer among women musicians. (Photograph by Jurgen Schadeberg ©Baileys Archives) NEG 184 FRAME 4
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Country South Africa
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Creation_date 2008-05-23T16:25:20
Media Id 70_85
Subcollections Drum Social Histories
Title k1952_184_4
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Keywords Drum Magazine,black and white image,Africa,South Africa,historical,square,September,1952,1950s,black African children,choirs,singing,
Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
Collections Baileys African History Archive
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