Film, Video Balla Kouyaté and World Vision
About this Item
- Balla Kouyaté and World Vision
- Contributor Names
- Balla Kouyaté and World Vision (performer)
- Kouyate?, Balla (performer)
- Demba, Adjaratou (singer)
- Created / Published
- Library of Congress, 2010.
- Subject Headings
- - Malian Americans
- - Balo
- - Griots
- - Massachusetts
- - Library of Congress
- - Washington (D.C.)
- - Mandingo language
- - contemporary america (1945-present)
- - Songs and Music
- - The performers refer to the language used as "Mandinka." (Content)
- - Homegrown Concert Series. (source)
- - April 28, 2010. (date)
- videorecording ; 68 min
- American Folklife Center
- LC Classification
- AFC 2010/016
- Mandingo Language
- Online Format
- Balla Kouyaté and World Vision of Massachusetts perform Malian music and songs at the Library of Congress, April 28, 2010. videorecording | videorecording ; 68 min | The performers refer to the language used as "Mandinka." (Content). Homegrown Concert Series. (Source). April 28, 2010. (Date). Videorecording (Form).
- Additional Metadata Formats
- METSXML Record
- 2010 Homegrown Concerts: American Folklife Center (Library of Congress)
- Voices of African American Women
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Chicago citation style:
Balla Kouyaté And World Vision, Balla Kouyate?, and Adjaratou Demba. Balla Kouyaté and World Vision. Library of Congress, 2010. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200196439/.
APA citation style:
Balla Kouyaté And World Vision, Kouyate?, B. & Demba, A. (2010) Balla Kouyaté and World Vision. Library of Congress. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200196439/.
MLA citation style:
Balla Kouyaté And World Vision, Balla Kouyate?, and Adjaratou Demba. Balla Kouyaté and World Vision. Library of Congress, 2010. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200196439/>.