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Hugh Tracey

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British ethnomusicologist ( Born: Willand, Devon, UK, 29 January 1903 – Died: Krugersdorp, South Africa, 23 October 1977).
He began making field recordings of music in the early 20's, through the 70's, founded The International Library of African Music (ILAM) in 1954, and developed an adaptation of the African thumb piano Mbira, known as the Kalimba. Director of the Music of Africa Series.
The SWP Records series Historical Recordings By Hugh Tracey gathers most of his African recordings on 22 CDs.
His sons Andrew Tracey and Paul Tracey became musicians and musicologists too.

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