Format Films, Videos
- President McKinley reviewing the troops at the Pan-American ...
- Arriving at Hartscrabble Field
- Ruby Sales
- Great conversations: the virtuosos Segment 04)
- Carving the Meat
- Mabel and Fatty viewing the World's Fair at San Francisco, Cal.
- Chicken chowder / Irene Giblin
- Leonard-Cushing fight
- Dunham Technique: Yonvalou
- Bunkhouse and Cookhuse at Hay Camp
- Roosevelt, friend of the birds 
- 12th street rag / Euday Bowman
- Katherine Dunham on the use of the foot in Dunham Technique
- The Book That Changed the World
- The River of Doubt
- Pack mules with ammunition on the Santiago Trail, Cuba
- Emigrants Arriving at Ellis Island
- Policy and pie
- A Legend is Born
- Pete Seeger
- San Francisco earthquake and fire, April 18, 1906
- Westinghouse Air Brake Co. Westinghouse Co. works (casting ...
- Buckaroo Breakfast at Chuck Wagon
- The Baltimore blues / Henry Lodge
- Never again! The story of a speeder cop
- Pres. Roosevelt's Fourth of July oration
- A trip down Market Street before the fire
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Balla Kouyate is a griot and virtuoso player of the balaphon. Considered the predecessor of the xylophone and the first Mande instrument, the balafon is made up of wood slats of varying lengths. The slats are secured over two rows of calabash gourds, which serve as natural amplifiers. Each gourd is punctured with small holes over which Balla places thin plastic tape. The vibrating ...
- Contributor: Kouyate, Balla
- Original Format: Film, Video - Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Collection
- Date: 2010-04-28