- 1974 ----- color ----- 32 min ----- 16mm
For people who have to carry their belongings as they move from place to place in the desert, the intangible culture of music, dance and myth becomes more valuable than material wealth. Follows Gwi musician, Ukxone, as he plays his innovative compositions on a hunting bow--songs about the land upon which his people depend, social life and animals. Like the tsama melons which give liquid refreshment, Ukxone's songs nourish the nomadic life.
- Topics: (Anthropology: Cultural, Biography, Ethnomusicology)