Who Sings Hey Brother

Nikita Elder sings 'Hey Brother'

Nikita Elder sings 'Hey Brother'

Nikita Elder sings 'Hey Brother' Some samples of various student work during term two singing at Orchard Rise Creative Arts Studio Includes samples from the Glenelg Shire Councils Ripple Effect music program
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Hey brother you will never walk alone till payback ( Lee Who mashup )

Hey brother you will never walk alone till payback ( Lee Who mashup )

Hey brother you will never walk alone till payback ( Lee Who mashup )
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Matteo Lepore - Hey Brother ,Who Make Jumangee Toulouse?[Bootleg]

Matteo Lepore - Hey Brother ,Who Make Jumangee Toulouse?[Bootleg]

Matteo Lepore - Hey Brother ,Who Make Jumangee Toulouse?[Bootleg]
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Hey Brother -Tujamo & Plastik Funk - Who (Rafix Medeiros Remix)

Hey Brother -Tujamo & Plastik Funk - Who (Rafix Medeiros Remix)

Hey Brother -Tujamo & Plastik Funk - Who (Rafix Medeiros Remix) DOWNLOAD 57 zippyshare-com v 91471936 file
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Avicii, Shermanology - Hey Who We Are Brother (Iwaro Mashup)

Avicii, Shermanology - Hey Who We Are Brother (Iwaro Mashup)

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Tuesday Reviewsday: Broods and Tove Lo — Oct 08, 2014

Tuesday Reviewsday: Broods and Tove Lo — Oct 08, 2014

Tuesday Reviewsday: Broods and Tove Lo — Oct 08, 2014 Tove Lo Credit Josefin Mirsch In this edition of Tuesday Reviewsday our weekly new music segment Shirley Halperin music editor at Billboard Magazine spoke to Alex Cohen ibout some fantastic new female acts starting with a New Zealand act called Broods Shirley Halperin Artist Broods Album Evergreen Songs Mother Father Bridges Bridges Summary Lets start off with the brother-sister duo called Broods They come from New Zealand and you can hear in their sound a cue to a fellow Kiwi by the stage name of Lorde Thats no coincidence Broods who are where siblings Caleb and Georgia Nott 22 and 20 share a producer with Lorde Joel Little who helmed her breakthrough album Pure Heroine and of course the song Royals With Broods you can see a similar path to cross the Pacific and make a mark here in the U S Now those who were at Sam Smiths shows at the Greek Theater last week and got there early enough to catch the opener may have seen Broods understated monochromatic set I was there and definitely noticed the ebb and flow between these two twentysomethings how Caleb stays to the left side surrounded by keyboards computers and effects almost like its a protective force while Georgia slinks and twitches nearby free as a butterfly They sounded and looked great and its no wonder a major label like Capitol Records would scoop them up and put them on the road with one of their more high profile artists Mother Father Artist Tove Lo Album Queen of the Clouds Songs Habits Stay High Timebomb Summary Tove Los another international young talent but shes from Sweden Los been building buzz gradually over the last year or so largely due to the song Habits which you may recognize Habits Stay High Tove Lo joins a slew of female artists currently ascending the charts including Ariana Grande and Jessie J who we talked about a few weeks ago Meghan Trainor whos 1 this week with All About That Bass Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora each of which have something unique to offer Ariana has that chirpy falsetto Rita can belt Iggy can rap What Tove Lo offers to the world is borderline NSFW lyrics and highly suggestive ual themes In other words this is not an album you want to sing along to with young children in the backseat Ill give you an example from the clean version of the album the song ahem - Like Em Young where Tove sings Hey girl why you judging me when your guys turning 53 And the opening introduction to the album is simply called The Sex But musically Tove Lo twists and turns in so many unexpected ways that it makes her even harder to define Take a listen for instance to the song Timebomb and the way she flows Timebomb
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Mixhouse Vs. Kim Wilde. The Wilde Megamix by Jonas Mix Larsen.

Mixhouse Vs. Kim Wilde. The Wilde Megamix by Jonas Mix Larsen.

Mixhouse Vs. Kim Wilde. The Wilde Megamix by Jonas Mix Larsen. Kim Wilde born Kim Smith 18 November 1960 is an English pop singer author and television presenter who burst onto the music scene in 1981 with the number 2 UK Singles Chart new wave classic Kids in America In 1987 she had a major hit in the United States when her version of The Supremes classic You Keep Me Hangin On topped the charts Starting in 1998 while still active in music she has branched into an alternative career as a landscape gardener Wilde released her debut single Kids in America in January 1981 An instant success it reached number two in the UK Singles Chart and scaled the Top 5 in other countries such as Germany France and Australia Although it achieved only moderate success in the US peaking at number 25 when released in 1982 it is often regarded today as Wildes signature song Her debut album Kim Wilde repeated the success of the single spawning two further hits in Chequered Love Top 5 in the UK France Australia and Germany and the UK-only single Water on Glass Her follow-up album was 1982s Select led by the hit singles Cambodia and View From a Bridge Both were Number 1 hits in France and reached Top 10 positions in Germany and Australia At the time there was some controversy about Wildes hesitation to do live concerts Her first concerts in September 1982 took place in Denmark before embarking on a UK-wide tour in October Wildes third album Catch as Catch Can 1983 was a relative failure The first single from the album Love Blonde was another success in France and Scandinavia but failed to have major success in other countries The failure of the album led to her leaving RAK and signing with MCA Records in the summer of 1984 Wildes first MCA album Teases Dares was again overlooked in her home country citation needed but fared better in Germany France and Scandinavia as well as scoring another German Top 10 single with The Second Time which was Top 30 in the UK The video for this song appeared in an episode of the 1980s TV hit Knight Rider in 1985 The second single The Touch was not a commercial success but the third single the rockabilly Rage to Love made the UK top 20 in 1985 All of Wildes songs up to this point including all her major hits had been written by her father Marty and brother Ricky On Teases Dares she penning two songs Meanwhile Wilde had embarked on three European concert tours 1983 85 and 86 On her fifth album 1986s Another Step Wilde wrote or co-wrote most of the songs The albums lead single Schoolgirl flopped in Europe and Australia but Wildes fortunes improved in spectacular fashion with the albums second single a Hi-NRG remake of The Supremes classic You Keep Me Hangin On After topping the charts in Australia and Canada and peaking at number two in the UK it became a US number one single in 1987 With that hit she became the fifth UK female solo artist ever to top the US Hot 100 following Petula Clark Lulu Sheena Easton and Bonnie Tyler Wilde later admitted to not knowing the song terribly well beforehand Basically we just went into the studio with a lot of energy and not a lot of reverence We changed quite a lot of the song and I think thats why it was so successful It was a very spontaneous idea Her popularity especially in her native UK was revitalised and she scored further Top 10 hits in 1987 with Another Step Closer to You recorded with Junior and Rockin Around the Christmas Tree a Comic Relief charity single recorded with comedian Mel Smith In 1988 Wilde released her biggest selling album to date Close which returned her to the UK top 10 and spent almost eight months on the UK album chart It produced four major European hits Hey Mr Heartache You Came Never Trust a Stranger and Four Letter Word the last 3 were Top 10 hits in the UK The release of the album coincided with a tour of Europe where she was the opening act for Michael Jacksons Bad World Tour Wilde released her next album Love Moves in 1990 The album barely made the UK Top 40 and although it was a Top 10 success in Scandinavian countries it failed to sell as well as its predecessor and only spawned two minor hits Its Here a Top 20 success in Middle and Northern Europe as well as Cant Get Enough Of Your Love her last Top 20 hit in France She toured Europe again this time opening for fellow Briton David Bowie A collaboration with Rick Nowels who had produced hits for Stevie Nicks and Belinda Carlisle resulted in the guitar-driven pop of the single Love Is Holy and the album Love Is 1992 The albums success was again limited to a small number of countries though the single became another Top 20 hit in the UK and the second single Heart Over Mind also made the top 40 In 1993 she released her first official compilation album The Singles Collection 1981 1993 which was a success throughout Europe and Australia and the dancefloor-influenced single If I Cant Have You a cover of the Yvonne Elliman song from the film Saturday Night Fever that was penned by The Bee Gees became her last UK Top 20 Hit as well as a number 3 hit in Australia Wilde embarked on a huge Greatest Hits concert tour through Europe in 1994 and also toured Australia and Japan for the first time in six years citation needed Her next album Now Forever 1995 was a commercial failure worldwide Her single Breakin Away however was a minor hit and the follow-up This I Swear was also a minor hit in Europe She released a single Shame in 1996 15 From February 1996 to February 1997 Wilde appeared in Londons West End production of the musical Tommy After this Wilde started recording a new album However there were problems with her record company MCA Records had by that time become part of Universal Music and legal problems concerning the songs Subsequently Wilde abandoned the album which remains unreleased On 13 January 2001 Wilde performed live for the first time in years as a guest star in a charity show by the ABBA tribute band Fabba Since November 2001 she has toured the UK three times and once in Australia during 2003 as part of the Here and Now Tour an Eighties revival concert series together with artists such as Paul Young The Human League Belinda Carlisle Howard Jones and Five Star New recordings also followed in 2001 she recorded a new track Loved for a compilation album which became a surprise hit in Belgium She recorded the single Born to be Wild in 2002 and in summer of 2003 she had a major hit with Anyplace Anywhere Anytime a duet with German pop star Nena The single was a Top 10 hit in Germany Belgium Austria Netherlands and Switzerland In 2006 Wilde signed a new record deal with EMI Germany and released the first single from her tenth studio album in many countries across Europe Scandinavia and Asia You Came 2006 charted Top 20 in most of these countries and became her biggest solo hit in Germany since 1988 The album Never Say Never included eight new tracks plus five re-worked previous hits and has charted in Belgium France Switzerland Austria and Germany The second single from the album which was voted for by fans on her official website was Perfect Girl released in November 2006 and spent nine weeks on the German Top 100 singles chart A third single Together We Belong was released in March 2007 and a fourth single Baby Obey Me was released in Germany as a remix featuring German rapper Ill Inspecta In 2001 Wilde appeared on the first Here and Now Tour around the UK and repeated this as the only artist four years in a row citation needed Also on different summer festivals and summer Here and Now events she became a regular guest including the Australian leg of the Tour Since summer 2003 Wilde has appeared on numerous festival bills and concerts all over Europe with her own show citation needed In the spring of 2007 she toured The Perfect Girl tour around Europe singing new material and started a second leg of the tour the following autumn Also in the spring and summer of 2009 she toured around Europe playing a number of festivals and concerts citation needed In early September 2009 a brand new single Run to You recorded as a duet with Swedish rock band Fibes Oh Fibes was released in Sweden The song reached the Swedish Top 30 In 2010 Kim signed a new record deal with Sony Music Germany The label released her eleventh studio album Come Out and Play on 17 August with Lights Down Low preceding that as lead single The album reached number 10 in Germany and was followed by a tour in Europe in February and March 2011 Wildes twelfth studio album Snapshots was released on 26 August 2011 and features cover versions of songs hand-picked from the last five decades A double release of Its Alright and Sleeping Satellite was released on 19 August as the lead single Kim Wilde holds the record for being the most-charted British solo female act of the 1980s with seventeen UK Top 40 hit singles throughout the decade including her duets with Junior Giscombe and Mel Smith A number of artists have performed covers of Kim Wilde songs ranging from pop and rock to dance and death metal versions In 1991 Lawnmower Deth released their version of Kids in America as a single The same year English punk rock band Toy Dolls recorded a parody of Kids in America called The Kids in Tyne and Wear on their seventh studio album Fat Bobs Feet In 1995 indie rock band The Muffs recorded Kids in America which was featured in the hit film Clueless In 2000 Canadian band Len covered Kids in America for the Digimon soundtrack American pop star Tiffany recorded a version of Kids in America in 2007 for her album I Think Were Alone Now 80s Hits and More German eurodance act Cascada recorded a version of Kids in America on their Everytime We Touch album in 2007 Other famous artists to cover Kim Wilde songs are Apoptygma Berzerk Atomic Kitten Bloodhound Gang James Last and Lasgo Wilde has provided inspiration for other artists including Charlotte Hatherley who wrote a song about her entitled Kim Wilde and included it on her debut album Grey Will Fade East German punk rock band Feeling B also recorded a song called Kim Wilde which featured on their debut album In 1985 French singer Laurent Voulzy paid tribute to Wilde in his song Les Nuits Sans Kim Wilde Nights Without Kim Wilde In her graphic novel Persepolis Iranian cartoonist Marjane Satrapi has a comic strip titled Kim Wilde In it the main character Marji a young Iranian girl sings Kids in America in the streets of the Iranian capital Also when her parents go on holiday in Turkey they buy a poster of Kim Wilde and smuggle it into Tehran for Marji Marji pins the poster on her bedrooms wall and practices emulating Wilde From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia
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. Act II.iii Funeral Oratorio.complete

. Act II.iii Funeral Oratorio.complete

. Act II.iii Funeral Oratorio.complete Act II scene 3 David Hersland Jr a funeraloratorio David Hersland Jr countertenor a glutton who ate himself to death sings of his life at his own funeral commented upon by friends and family David Hersland Jr If any one is sad sad enough then that one is certainly one wanting to be a sad one certainly one not wanting not wanting to be a sad one Chorus whispering Some are asking always that some one sharpen the knives or the scissors they are using some are angry when they find that some one will not sharpen a knife or a pair of scissors for them David No one will listen while I am talking Some some will not listen when I am talking Some will listen while they are fat ones they do not listen after dieting hey have become thin ones dieting This is a description of David Hersland I of being and listening and talking and being liked and disliked and remembered and forgotten and going on being living and dying and being a dead one piano interlude Old Man Some certainly are liking to be working with sharp knives or sharp scissors some are not liking to be working with sharp knives or sharp scissors some are angry when they find that some one will not sharpen a knife or a pair of scissors for them haha David Not many are knowing knowing that they are having angry feeling in them when they are having angry feeling in them In a way as I was saying I was such a one I had clear thinking had expression had feeling inside felt inside enough and yet not knowing angry feeling Not knowing I had angry feeling not knowing I had angry feeling inside Chorus of Women Some were very pleased to be with him often Some were very pleased to be with him and not very often Some were pleased not to be with him very often Some were not pleased when they were with him Some were not at all pleased when they were with him Some certainly were very pleased to be with him very often Some certainly were not very pleased to be with him Some were with him very often Some were with him quite often Some were not very often with him repeat Alfred Davids younger brother Some did not believe that anybody ever really liked to be with him Old Man When he was a young one he was interested in sadness being existing he was interested in sadness being existing He was interested in sadness being in him in him sadness being sadness being in him in him sadness in him being sadness being in him being sadness being in him David Changing is existing She says go go and I go I go She says come and I come She says come and I come She says go and I go I go Chorus Being living every day Being living every day David Sometimes eating sometimes thinking in daily living thinking eating feeling Eating one thing is a way of living for some Deciding to be eating one thing is a way of living for some Chorus All his being living feeling Being living every day to eat one thing to eat one thing David Eating one thing deciding to be eating one thing eat one thing eat one thing Chorus to eat one thing to eat one thing David to eat one thing to eat one thing Being living for one thing Chorus He was loving loving one thing He was telling this to her Chorus of Women It was not interesting to her Chorus of Men telling it to her it was not interesting to her
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04 The Grey Kingdom I

04 The Grey Kingdom I

04 The Grey Kingdom I Recorded over Peaceland by Nujabes in 2011 Written in 08 Engineered mixed by One Love The Grey Kingdom I Puffing his devils grass suggestive laws have placed that quote on He puckers Os of smoke against the air in kissing so longs Somehow satisfied though his saddened eyes are magnified This painful stimulation penetrates his deeply fathomed sigh A bellowed cough escapes him reminding him of his weakened state A sacrifice sleepily made above the streets police brigade Perched atop his lonely roof he peers below to see its maze and spits upon the sight of it in spite of this he keeps his gaze A gothic labyrinth of rats and pimps malicious deviants and maddened men who speak alone and pace amidst its evil the peacefulness of his secret homes numbingly interrupted by the sound of music humming from his phone a friend whose trusted Aziz Hey Im in the lab just finished this concoction that we spoke about if youre in town I reccomend you stop in Of course Then it clicked he reminsced of when as kids they fantasized about the future but bluer is where its ended Whispered murmurs beckon from beneath sneeringly in a huge frown Teasing him of their whereabouts he wishes he could swoop down but knows that he must take the stairs skipping steps in couples til his breath is doubled once in front his stoop he needs to catch his mumbled exhalations halt his chest from racing while he curls out putting up his music loud enough to block his worlds sounds Now selectively perceiving notices a purple dusk and clouds of pearly dust in whirling fluffs dispersed amongst a hazy thought thinking first to what his pal of late had finished with the experiment of which he volunteered as guinea pig This brilliant scientist who teaches at the university believes his work can free the minds of those who feel that personlly their fear defers their need to physically exceed their limits with a loss of inhibition and an awesome gift of fitness Biochemistry is well beyond his grasp but grips the basics though concerned with minor side affects a catch he might be faced with Something aches him a hunger for release from this infinity of sick extremities in men he sees the end he seeks Wishing to scale an edifice and soar below to render this true darkness from the light of life but fears preventing it His friend is blissfully ignorant of this morbid contemplation Hidden from the truth like clouds covering constellations On the same tip Aziz hasnt told him what this drugll do to one uncomfortable with inner demons eating up and through As far as he knows everythings fine with our protagonist unaware to all inherent torture pain and agony So naturally like everything in life hell take his chances quick Hell look the devil in the eye with pride and slyly dance with him Taking the train cause hed rather see the blackness than the view of men whore ill and blue with filthy shoes who kill for food where children brood Silly rules compulsively obsessed over Next stop hell have to go up from this blackened masking tour of the city Breathing its air again seeing its careful blend of pushing people good and evil whore speeding through weary winds Perceiving him arrogant a priest excretes a glare at him and very grimly walks away with his boy must be taking care of him Some pigeons leap like serraphim fleeing from under him others gluttonous stubbornness leave them bustling for crumbs of bread Hungry but fed ignoring growls and scowls from human flock at the welcome mat of destiny lowers his music box Intercom buzzer Who Its me Intercom buzzes and thus he steps through Inside the vestibule his flesh consumed by almost breathless swoon Before him white walls and tiles lace the corridor His horrors more repressed somewhat bereft but moving forwarder Towards a door in back an inch ajar perhaps an inch too far and nudges it seeing his goggled friend with tongs pinching jars Bubbling substances in aisled viles cross a granite counter past some random flowers and a tower of outlandish powders The man of the our Breathes Aziz below his lifting lenses The tone of this gifted chemist suggested his fresh agenda Next to them a couple stools though swive chairs breed comfort better s retinaes peripheral compares some cream colored leather Half-reclined with cushioned armrests and glass with alley view Fantasizingly stepping forth Aziz retorts Yeah thats for you Hey listen we should touch quick base on this serums theory Barely hearing clearly he nods shaken by dreary feelings As you know its like adrenaline and works like steroids of sorts Devoid of thought he blankly stares with lying eyes the boy is lost If youre at all unstable mentally this can be dangerous His brain a mess breaking from distractive dreams he feigns a yes alright bud Im gonna have to strap you in this seat securely He retreating thorly bleeds a curdling drop asleep too early Slight cringe when the syringe goes in within some dreamy show The gleaming glow of his only love seeming serene as snow Shelly so elegantly swelling in his flustered heart dancing to her own song alone inside her lush apartment Sensing mood music through her faces warm expression Joy in happiness he imagines the greatest composition Laughing with her from a distance but still somehow connected Retrospecter of a better time forever mine but never Mind shifting to her shadowed corner Wait no whats that upon her Nastily disfigured horrendous creatures attack her arms de- -tached from sockets gasps he watches and cries the lowest mutter Witnessing her slowly smothered then the monsters close the shutters No you mother- Gut wrenching burst of pain revokes his slumber There stands his friend another with that same glowing color Throws his brother crashing into shelves crushing computers Rushing uber fast he smashes through the window something super Jumping middle sky he notices a quiet hooded cloak with eyes watching from above he latches on a fire escape and climbs Skipping flight with simple pull and thrust motions he now plateaus scans his glum horizon one surprise is whered that one guy go focus Shell Ill be there soon Proceeds in full sprint Tippy toeing over reddish shingles breeze just pulls him Please be ok Feeling her warmness close lured by her souls blazing lull of comfort though not dwindling still nothing of her Slow re-kindling a touch of summer faintly glimmering now quaintly shimmering illuminous no pain she sings again Her truest love sighed relied unwinding lets his mind release Spies the feet of greyish beings dismayish feelings his eyes retreat to his hands of that same complexion Nay it couldnt be Im plagued with the worst disease I hope I didnt hurt Aziz Of her he sees the light when of himself but slightly brightening Heightening to the buildings ledge its edge no longer frightening Inside of him a hidden strength brews now at a harsh boil Gargoyle at his side pushing off it down some yards he coils Spins and swings to see the cinder fangs of that grinning thing Whirring past to boast its wingspan it turns and winks at him Snags it by the tail I will prevail He flings it effortlessly gainst the wall exploding chunks of brick rain like hail and fall With ground a half a dozen meters close he grabs a lightpost and one eighty catapults himself the city nights ghost Im saved Im not afraid
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2 - SPARE ME SOME CHANGE BROTHER(lyric And Info Here) The Musical - I WANT TO BE NOTICED

2 - SPARE ME SOME CHANGE BROTHER(lyric And Info Here) The Musical - I WANT TO BE NOTICED

2 - SPARE ME SOME CHANGE BROTHER(lyric And Info Here) The Musical - I WANT TO BE NOTICED The last of the performers had hit the stage Jellybean got third place in the end It was a good night for her And her first performance in SF As she was leaving the club a group of people that seemed to be all friends together came over to her to talk Bill Hi Jellybean my names Bill Congrats You rocked Really Everyone chimed in agreement JB Hey yall Nice to meet you Bill Thanks man really thanks a lot Then they all started shaking her hand and introducing themselves There was Michael who looked very young and effeminate - there was no butch in this boy Probably had a fake ID to get in Then there was Barbara She was the Femme really pretty girl probably did beauty contests growing up And then there was Jake Butch Dyke all the way or maybe even she was a he now no facial hair that you could see but wow Jellybean was instantly attracted to her And it looked like Jake couldnt keep his eyes off of Jellybean either Jake Yeah Bills right you rocked And you looked pretty damn y up there too Everyone Oooohhh hoooooo Jake likes Jellybean Jake Looks like we all do right Jellybean you should come to our performance class Bill teaches it its fun and you can show your chops and work on your sound Come Please JB Cool yeah that sounds fun sure When is it Jake Tuesday night JB Im there As they leave the club the stage returns to a street scene As they file back out onto the sidewalk they encounter Woody the homeless man again WOODY Hey there Jellybean howd you do JB slips the money she just got for third place into his hand JB Great Woody thanks man Got third place bro not bad Then she leans over to say in his ear whispering JB Take the money and dont say anything man WOODY Sure sister no worries but thanks youre a gem Jellybean really JB Hey yall this is Woody He was here when I got here tonight He gave me good mojo tonight Thats why I got third WOODY I think you could of done it on your own kiddo Ive been out here for 20 years now and I know special when I see it JB Youve been out here for 20 years Woody Thats a long time WOODY Time Let me tell you about time The Stage behind them in the club reappears The band begins to play a song Woody takes center stage and sings SPARE ME SOME CHANGE BROTHER The future has already happened Tomorrow has been done and gone My face has melted and my hair is gray What are the words to this song I cant remember most things that Ive said I think Ive lost half the things in my head I can remember myself as a young man And how the years fall through your hands Like grains of sand And the thing that makes me sad Is all the time I thought I had And now all that time is gone And all Im left with is this old song About how old I am And how decrepit Ive become Im so surprised I can still get it up and Ask for some Change brother Give me some change brother Ive been here so long people dont remember when I wasnt Ive been singing this song For a dollar or two for you cousin So Ill just keep singing this song Cause its the only one I know And most of you will pass me by Cause you would never stoop so low And the thing that makes me sad Is all the time I thought I had And now all that time has gone And all Im left with is this old song About how old I am And how decrepit Ive become Im very surprised I can still get up and Ask for some Change brother Give me some strange brother Give me some change Well you know it aint gonna make no difference to you For you to reach down into your pocket And give me a buck or two Just to see you look in my eyes and treat me like yourself To see me as yourself But for the grace of all things Heaven and Earth And the thing that makes me sad Is all the time I thought I had And now all that time has gone And all Im left with is this old song And the thing that makes me sad Is all the time I thought I had And now all that time is gone And all Im left with is this old song And the thing that makes me sad Is all the time I thought I had And now all that time has gone And all Im left with is this old song About how old I am And how decrepit Ive become Im so surprised I can still get up and Ask for some Change brother Give me some change brother Can you spare me some change brother ohhhhhhhh Oh can you spare me some change brother Spare me some change brother Spare me some change ALL RIGHTS RESERVED -SPAGHETTI HILLBILLIES 2014
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ICARUS the Mystery 1 The Winds

ICARUS the Mystery 1 The Winds

ICARUS the Mystery 1 The Winds Music libretto by Vladimir Fedorov Bilunsky ICARUS The Mystery Translated from the Russian by Alec Vagapov Cast Daedalus baritone - painter sculptor and architect of Athens the inventor of the axe the compass the folding chair for mass entertainment and the like Icarus tenor - son of Daedalus Minosif Vissarion - the king of Crete the dictator and tyrant Pasifaja mezzo soprano wife of Minisif Nobody tenor - leader from the crowd Sent tenor - shopkeeper Baksia soprano - daughter of Sent Sadko tenor - gusli player from Novgorod hero of the Russian epic Ton - the captain of an aircraft carrier Monica Holland baritone - captain of the ghost ship Gabriel tenor - Archangel evangelist Athenians choir Sailors male choir - Sadkos crew Pirates male choir Sailors male choir - aircraft carrier crew Ghosts male choir Angels choir PROLOGUE 1 The Winds Lyrics by Irina Putyajeva Any tree that does not bear fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire We all have got the winds that blow No matter how they rage and rampage The living branches are for pipes The dry ones are for making fire Oh proud woods you ought to know That holding out is most important The higher are the tops the sweeter The voices of the singing twigs We all have got the winds that blow Part 1 Like lightning the terrible news shuddered Athens Greece never Had seen such a horrible vicious and ruthless disaster The young man was cast from Acropolis for his endeavor To measure with talent of Daedalus glorious master Now Thalos entirely breathless lay smashed on the ground The name of the killer the brute was the talk of the town A partridge the soul of the victim was flying about To show God Almighty had blessed the ingenious talent The killer cold-blooded just buried the body with care And coming back home fell asleep undisturbed as if faultless And only his name flew away late at night god knows where Along with the darkness the sin of his loyal accomplice Daedalus - the ringing voice of a child resounds with an echo The curtain falls Scene 1 Daedaluss workshop Artistic confusion caused by his works paintings and inventions Enter Daedalus singing his song 2 Aria of Daedalus I got up early in the morning The break of day was bright and cool About the garden I was roaming And I designed a folding stool I found an ingenious method It is unique and cant be wrong For theatre lovers I have made it They wont watch standing hours long I overrule the nature secrets So may the strings poeticize May life be good as natural sequence Let people think it to be nice Enter Icarus running Icarus - Father How could you Why have you killed my brother Daedalus - Nonsense Who told you that Icarus - The crowd I was saved by a miracle They want to kill you Lets run away father The crowd forces its way through the door Daedalus and Icarus jump out into the window The door falls down Athenians break into the room lead by Nobody 3 Nobodys Aria Nobody Filicide Daedalus seal of shame and disgrace Themiss judgement he is sure to face As requital hell pay eye for eye The hangman is waiting for people to die Athenians Sacrifices sacrifices Olympus demands Bread and blood bread and blood Thats all the crowd wants Nobody Hold them Where are they Oh Theyve slipped away through the window They cant be far off The crowd runs away shouting Death to the killers Scene 2 The cellar in a shop Icarus and Baksia hug warmly saying good-bye Enter Daedelus and Cent The lovers pretend to be antique statues The duet of Daedelus and Cent 4 The Aria of Daedalus and Cent Daedalus Well fly into the dark of night Just let me find a horse Now for a day or two please hide Me in your dear house For you and I my dear Cent Are now as good as kin So now when Im in need my friend Please help me dont be mean Cent Well Daedalus dont doubt me I risk my life and all Relationship like this you see Is not approved at all But helping out a friend in need Is honourable cause If you dont mind Ill make a bid And you can stay of course Daedalus I will not dicker over it Tell me your price my friend I think that can live on it The price of your good turn Cent In gold I will not ask you To pay for your good will Just put in pledge for all I do Your talent and your skill Daedalus Agreed I think it will be fair I ll reckon all I do Whatever Ill invent well share Dividing all in two They strike a bargain and leave Icarus and Baksia revive Icarus sings a romance for his lover 5 Icaruss Rromance Oh Glory to the skies Id like to thank you skies For the amazing grace of love youve given For the delight of beautys triumph it redeems I drown in her eyes When hearing her I fall into oblivion My head is in the clouds of fascinating dreams The shadow of delight Has come into this world from daydream vision It is like vivifying gulp of water and Has filled the day with light The night of bliss - with wonderful volition And last to crown it all it filled the clock with sand Oh Glory to the skies Amantes and Amentes are engaged in the act of love Scene 3 The interior of a shop Baksia sings a song performing a belly dance 6 The Nightingale and the Rose Music by Rimsky-Korsakov The Nightingale performs his song For his beloved Rose all day long She listens to His song in silence Sometime a singer sings like that At wedding party for the bride The charming girl is not aware If it is right or maybe wrong So mournful is the singers song Enter Nobody To find out where Daedalus and Ikarus hide he sings a flattering song for Baksiya Enter Nobody He sings a flattering song for Baksia wishing to find out where Daedalus and Icarus are hiding 7 Nobodys Aria Nobody To many countries I have been Ive seen the world it seems But I have never given in To winds in raging seas Ive seen a lot of magic groves And many wonders too But I have never come across charming girl like you Beautiful and fair Happy gift of Venus Youre beyond compare In this world of meanness Some years ago as a reward To clank of shields and swords A magic diamond I got By will of Zeus my God Illuminating roads at night It makes expanses blue But only you can really light Its rays that shine for you Beautiful and fair Happy gift of Venus Youre beyond compare In this world of meanness Now goddess I will tell you so Id give it to you please If you could only let me know Where Daedalus now is Beautiful and fair Happy gift of Venus Youre beyond compare In this world of meanness Baksia Beautiful and fair Happy gift of Venus Im beyond compare In this world of meanness Baksia exchanges the key for the diamond Nobody runs into the room followed by Cent who runs in to the loud sound of broken glass 8 Trio of Cent Baksia and Nobody Cent Now why the hell my dear friend Youve given him the key Baksia I got this diamond instead With blue-eyed ray you see Cent Yes silly girl I understand And see with naked eyes Youve got a necklace in your hand With threaded fireflies Nobody Theyve managed to escape alas And though theyve slipped away They cant be gone too far from us Ill catch them anyway Scene 4 The harbour in Vedents Sadkos ships prepare for the voyage 9 The Song of the Sailors Sadkos crew Music by N Rimsky-Korsakov Lyrics by A Koltsov Sailors choir Now across the sea blue and boundless A squadron of ships will go on a voyage Yes a squadron of great ships and another one Sadkos leading ship most renowned guest All the ships are embellished admirably With the cherished one being most beautiful Sitting there on board the exemplary ship Is the young Nightingale Budimirovich Sick and tired is he of his youthful wife Of his lawful wife blessed by minister Having bidden goodbye to his charming spouse He set out in search of another bride Height oh height height oh height height celestial Depth of sea depth of sea depth of ocean and sea Vast and wide is expanse all around the world Oh so deep are the whirlpools of Dnepr stream Height oh height height oh height height celestial Depth of sea depth of sea depth of ocean an sea Vast and wide is expanse all around the world Oh so deep are the whirlpools of Dnepr stream Height oh h a-a-eight Depth oh de-e-e-epth Height oh height height oh h a-a-eight Depth of sea depth of sea-e-e-e Vast and wide is expanse all around the world Oh so deep are the whirlpools of Dnepr stream But the sea of blue is deeper still Scene 5 The ships are in the open sea The aliens have been detected in the heat of the dispute the pirates attack Sadkos fleet They seize the ships look for gold and find it 10 The Song of the Pirates Gold gold gold loaded bag of gold Gold has bewitched all in this crazy world They took hold of the young ones Captured them and detained them Locked them in chains and jailed them - Prison cram untold Hey comrades dear pirates hey pirates hey pirates A man can die but once So please dont kill and murder dont murder dont murder Dont murder never once Hey comrades dear pirates hey pirates hey pirates A man can die but once So please dont kill and murder dont murder dont murder Dont murder never once Gold gold gold its a real gin Keep your ears open all those young and green For this contemptible metal Gold oh so wretched so hateful Many a man got mental Perished and kicked in Hey comrades dear pirates hey pirates hey pirates A man can die but once So please dont kill and murder dont murder dont murder Dont murder never once Hey comrades dear pirates hey pirates hey pirates A man can die but once So please dont kill and murder dont murder dont murder Dont murder never once Gold gold gold all over the world Young and green ones go feverish at the sight of gold If you see something gold plated Dont get too fascinated And dont try to get it You dont need that gold Hey comrades dear pirates hey pirates hey pirates A man can die but once So please dont kill and murder dont murder dont murder Dont murder never once Hey comrades dear pirates hey pirates hey pirates A man can die but once So please dont kill and murder dont murder dont murder Dont murder never once Suddenly the Monica aircraft-carrier shows up in the horizon 11 The Anthem of the Sailors Puccinis Theme from Madam Butterfly opera Now we are dazzled by beautiful light of the star of inflexible convictions and we havent regret we are firm yes we are No reproaches no restrictions The pirates are arrested Captain Ton tells the sailors to find weapons of mass destruction They look for it but only find Daedalus and Icarus tied up together Captain Ton Who accuses them Pirates Nobody does Captain Ton Nobody OK The sailors take the cold Suddenly a ghost ship shows up in the sky The theme of Wagners Flying Dutchman begins to play 12 The Choir of the Ghosts Music by R Wagner Lyrics by V Lebdev-Kumach Ghosts Ho Hey Hey Ha Hussa hey Hallo hey Shall we ram it Captain Captain Holland Were gonna ram it Ghosts Hussa hey Were gonna ram it Captain Once the captain of a ship Voyaged the ocean oh so deep He has drowned fifteen times Risked his lives among the sharks Hey ho cheer up Full speed ahead Sail down the wind Hussa Cheer up captain Hussa Were gonna ram it Give a smile Captain pull oneself together Were gonna ram it Ha Ha Ha Once the Captain the brave man Made a voyage to distant land And he fell in love like a green young man He would frown and grow thin But no one would sing Captain smile captain smile captain smile Sir The ghost ship rams the aircraft carrier Both ships drown Why on earth will win in this eternal fight between the good and the evil The ghost ship emerges from the water It is immortal There is NOBODY on captains bridge PART 2 Scene 6 Nobody cloisters Daedalus and Icarus in a big tower on the Isle of Crete The Tsar of Crete Minosif Vissarion does not execute them but sees to it that they should not be set free until Daedalus invents an antigravity device Icarus is deeply upset 13 Rough Sketch Lyrics by Yury Galetsky Please draw my sketch for me my little boy Deceptive masks of this November day No one will get us right and bring us joy Nothing will make us change our way Sail little ship sail down the wind and fly Fly on my leaf my breath dont lag behind Though in the arms of love I am to die Its melody is all I bear in mind Go round like life and drop a line in flight And let the frozen words fly on and on Ive laughed enough and by the fire side Ill know when rustling leaves will turn me on Daedalus has made some queer dolls for the royalty while Icarus has been pondering over the sense of life 14 Ashes Lyrics by Gavriil Derzhavin in memory of Duke Meshersky Death nothing but tremor and dread And pride and need make up our essence We live with God and then were dead Where will you be tomorrow man The clock has struck your latest hours And like your dream your life is gone At the request of Tsarina Pacifai Daedalus has designed a machine for copulation with the White Bull that is how the Minotaur came into existence monster who was half man and half bull to whom young Athenian men and women were sacrificed in the Cretan labyrinth until Theseus killed him Icarus is tormented by thoughts about death 15 The Only Way Lyrics by Gleb Gorbovsky My eyes in the azure of heaven Im bathing The scraps of my love off my bosom Im scraping The songs I can hear are breaking my heart But now I am certain which way to depart But still I am fond of the road and the river The shadow of olive-tree gives me a shiver The songs I can hear are breaking my heart But now I am certain which way to depart By all sorts of thoughts at night I am worried My heart get along with the world which is varied The songs I can hear are breaking my heart But now I am certain which way to depart Wishing to hide the Minotaur Minosif told Daedalus to build a Labyrinth Palace Icarus is deeply upset 16 Ash Wednesday Lyrics by T S Eliot Because I do not hope to turn again Because I do not hope to know again Because I know that time is always time And place is always one and only place Because I do not hope to turn again Because I do not hope Because I do not hope to turn 17 Icaruss Prayer Im a sinner through and through Dirt and darkness is my world Lies and lechery reign too All is like a prison ward Madonna Litta Santa Maria Pray and ask from above Blissful and blessed is your holy prayer Heavenly prayer for love Up in heaven all is light Up in heaven therere no sins Theres no evil theres no night How I wish that I had wings Feeling that he is about to die Icarus makes up his will 18 Icaruss Will Lyrics by Yury Galetsky My friend I will not die My soul will still be playing And sounding as before I will transform and be transformed as ever A picture drawn on sand a little ship his vessel The child is running towards wonder To touch it tenderly and softly And name it in his childish way and smile contented My life is like a little rhyme With secret of the candle light and The light of quite a different life Of loves unknown distant echo Scene 7 One day Minosif told Daedalus to set the poems he had written in his youth to music Daedalus and Icarus sing the tune 19 Light in the Dark Lyrics by Josef Jugashvili Stalin Light in the dark spread out You are like heavenly conscience Light will disperse all the clouds Gods will has powerful forces Covered with darkness the meadow Waits for your smile on the hour Will you come down from heaven Gods will has almighty power Theres nothing really like it Light that inspires in darkness May you my dear be lightened May you shine on and be lustrous Opening my heart and lightened Nailed to the cross and spread over I will be filled with light and Wake with wings to hover Filled with light Minosif leaves crying bitterly Peccare licet nemini Waking with wings to hover Daedalus repeats The Wings Publius Ovidius Naso Metamorphoses Book The Eighth Translated from the Latin by John Dryden Then to new arts his cunning thought applies And to improve the work of Nature tries A row of quills in gradual order placed Rise by degrees in length from first to last As on a cliff the ascending thicket grows Or different reeds the rural pipe compose Along the middle runs a twine of flax The bottom stems are joint by pliant wax Thus well compact a hollow bending brings The fine composure into real wings His boy young Icarus that near him stood Unthinking of his fate with smiles pursued The floating feathers which the moving air Bore loosely from the ground and wasted here and there Or with the wax impertinently played And with his childish tricks the great design delayed The final master-stroke at last imposed And now the neat machine completely closed Then teaching with a fond concern his son He took the untried wings and fixed them on But fixd with trembling hands and as he speaks The tears roul gently down his aged cheeks Then kissed and in his arms embraced him fast But knew not this embrace must be the last PART 3 Scene 8 Daedalus and Icarus in Flight 20 Duet of Daedalus and Icarus Lyrics by Valery Bryusov Daedalus Take care my son You cant be sure Dont strain your wings with all your might The windy way is not secure Try to avoid the fogs in flight Icarus Youve freed my heart oh father dear You have undone my bodys ties Why are we slow Fly up Were near The everlasting world of stars Daedalus Weve run away from prison horrors But our port is far you know Weve got the ruffled foam below us Above us curling clouds flow Icarus Do we need clouds and seas Oh Nonsense The will of birds is our lot Take off and fly in vast expanses Across the endless starlit vault Daedalus Now follow me my sonny dear Believe my keen and sober mind I am the one as it appears Who knows the way to stars that shine Icarus The ways Whoever needs them dear Youd better sate your mirth for once Gods let us reach the upper sphere We will not have another chance Daedalus My son I fastened to your shoulders The nimble feathers didnt I Once twice three times across all borders To outer space now we can fly Icarus I cant restrain myself I drown Im deaf and dumb cant hear and see My flesh is up my soul is down The sun is Erebus to me Daedalus Now take the happy mean my dear Between the Earth and Heaven One Its in the golden abyss sphere Beyond the flock of cranes my son Valery Bryusov Young man To spite the earthly living You dared fly up to the sun You had your wings burnt up and melted You saw the sea of blue and fainted And tumbled down reckless man 21 The Lamentations of an Icarus Lyrics by Charles Baudelaire The friends of fallen girls I swear About happy life can boast While all I have is just a ghost And wring my hands in deep despair I vainly hoped to find the end and The centre of the universe In broken wing to my distress Alas my happy journey ended The graceful space was past compare With dazzling light of twinkling stars The light of sun is all my eyes Can memorize now as it were I burnt my wings for love of beauty And wouldnt like to give my name To yawning abyss which became My burial place and final duty Oh voto tremendo Spettacolo orrendo Gi regna la morte Dabisso le porte Spalanca crudel 22 The Flight of the Soul Lyrics by Tatyana Andronova Ones soul is meant for flying up above Over the trees and houses stretching orderly For cherishing the simple words of love And saying prayers softly and inaudibly For looking mildly into peoples eyes And saying that hostility is useless That there is light so clear and so lucid And life is fine when light surrounds us Life gives us wings that lift us up to heaven Enabling us to fly over routine and hover praying The soul of Icarus meets Archangel Gabriel surrounded by angels The angels sing an acathistus to Saint Gabriel 23 The Akathist Hymn to Archangel Gabriel Angels Archangel Gabriel The chosen Archangel always at the head of the throne of God The guardian of God and herald of joy the honourable Gabriel The glorifier of the Immaculate Virgin We offer up songs of praise devoutly Calling up to him with gratitude Rejoice proclaim His power with your name Rejoice show the indescribable glory of God with your marvellous beauty Rejoice the immaterial soul free from the bonds of the body Rejoice indescribable secret treasure Archangel Gabriel Seeing you a radiant star beautified equitable and wise in heaven Created before the coming of heaven and earth the Archangel We call with you to the Creator Hallelujah Dominical glories to the contemplator Rejoice divine fire who warms us heartily Rejoice reflecting this heat of passions beautified with amazing humility Rejoice wandering in darkness the inspiration of sudden Revelation Rejoice radiant and starlit dispersing the darkness Archangel Gabriel Fyodor Tutchev Its not the flesh its spirit that is mortified The soul is in despair fear and tremble It strives for light from darkness of the night And once enlightened it will grunt and rebel Dried up and burnt by doubt lack of faith It bears the unbearable for sure And realising its inevitable death It longs for faith but it will not adjure Through the soul of Icarus Archangel Gabriel sends all those living a revelation 24 The Time Will Come Lyrics by Yury Galetsky Gabriel The time will come and you will see The abyss opening up before your eyes The good old clock will stop The peal will fade away God will remain along with pain and youll be feeling two-foot small The time will come with fire in your blood The juice will gush like water from the tree And you will think the torment of your love To be tranquil and motionless and free The dancing soul is oh so bright and shiny Like word of triumph first and last Like childrens eyes delighted and amazed Like love oh so affectionate and young The time will come Among the dancing angels humble man Will see yourself submitting to mysterious wonders as one of many lines of God Almighty The Epilogue 25 Philippe Desportes He ran the risk of plunging by intent Into the abyss winning fame and glory It is a sad and venerable story He showed his worth and triumphed in the end Jacopo Sannadzaro Regretful is the end but it repays The downfall has lead to joy and of happiness Blessed is the one who perished in the darkness He will be glorified in songs of praise In saecula saeculorum 26 The Eternity The Final Chorus Lyrics by Tatyana Andronova Should you happen to be far away from your home all alone At the start of the seas or perchance in some vast distant plains You will yearn for perpetual living so sad and forlorn And your soul will ascend up to heaven allaying its pains We are living under the sun In the currents of wind everlasting Through the circle of ages we run Always waiting for beams of lighting Looking into the space through the haze of the last border line As we picture the same broken line of the worlds once again We should fill our souls for a second at least with sun light Praising love one more time lest this humdrum of life be in vain In this great everlasting world Well remember the endless evil and good 27 Psalm 1 Blessed is the one who doesnt follow the council of the wicked ones Who doesnt tread the path of scoffers And keeps away from spiteful scamps The law of God is what he follows And meditating day and night In Gods prescript his will he honours And does what he believes is right Hes like a tree by streams of water Its fruit in due course it will yield Its wholesome leaves will never wither And all he does he will succeed The wicked are incongruous creatures Like ashes theyll be blown away The sinful men amid the righteous Will not be saved on Judgment Day God knows the way of righteous people The way of scamps will fade away So we are standing on the crossroads Awaiting Judgement Day 28 Sublimity Lyrics by Svetlana Kim Sublimity does not need words and seems To live in perfect graceful silence It generates reality from dreams Concealing godlike images inside us Likewise the beam of light will never fade In splinters of a mirror strewn about It will evolve a diamond parade On leaves of dewy grass at morning round We cannot see sublimity at all Nor can we measure it no weigh nor taste nor touch it We only can accept it heart and soul Its immaterial and we can only trust it Its only music God amidst almighty gods That can in chime with Universe resound To save us and deliver our souls From earthly fetters like from prison bound Sublimity does not need useless words The End
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FarmQuest: reality radio in Mali - Episode 1

FarmQuest: reality radio in Mali - Episode 1

FarmQuest: reality radio in Mali - Episode 1 FarmQuest or Daba Kamalen in Bambara is an innovative reality radio program in Fana Mali designed to encourage youth to consider farming as a profitable business and not just a means of subsistence It follows six young candidates competing to be named Malis best new farmer FarmQuest was graciously supported by the Rockefeller Foundations Innovation Challenges fund in 2012 Learn more about FarmQuestion at farmradio-org - The following is an English transcript of this episode We apologize for any spelling or other errors This is a quick translation from Bambara to French to English aimed at giving English audiences an idea of the content of the FarmQuest reality radio project We hope you enjoy it A special thanks to the team at Radio Fanaka in Fana Mali for sharing the final recordings with us - Titre je suis candidat Personnages Vieux Fatogoma Sanogo Radio Fanaka host and journaiist Salimata Kone J Radio Fanaka journalist Mamadou Diarra Candidate 1 village of Ballan Mamoutou Diarra Mamadou Diarras local advisor Bouya Diarra Mamadou Diarras father Hawa Doumbiadu Candidate 2 from village of Dien Maimouna Diarra local advisor for Hawa Doumbia Konimba Fomba Village Chief of Dien Salimata Traore Candidate 3 village of Wakoro Minata Coulibaly advisor to Salimata Traore Wassa Coulibaly Salimata Traores mother-in-law Wakoro Diakaridia Fomba Candidate 6 du village of Dien Goloba Tafara Fomba local advisor to Diakaridia Fomba Kafoune Mariko candidate 5 village of Tingole Banangabougou Alimata Diarra advisor to Kafoune Kafoune Marikos mother-in-law Fanto Samake candidate 4 Tingole Banangabougou Bougou Coulibalylocal advisor to Fanto Mamadou Konate President of the project local steering committee Bakary Bagayogo member local steering committee Oumou Coulibaly Director Radio Fanaka Ibrahim Maiga Assistant Prefect of Fana Modibo Kodialan Traore Radio Fanaka program host Originale music Adama Wouloufiyena INTRDUCTION balafon music fade in over presentation of candidates Mamadou Diarra C1 Ive been doing this work since childhood Hawa Doumbia C2 My project is to grow peanuts Salimata Traore C3 We have two gardens Fanto Samake C4 I love to raise animals Kafoune Mariko C5 I adore goats Diakaridia Fomba C6 Ive raised chickens for the past 10 years Vieux Fatogoma Sanogo Daba Kamalen radio host Dear listeners welcome to our program DABA KAMALEN a radio reality serieswhch is a competition between 6 young men and women farmers from Baninko county Im your host Vieux Fatogoma Sanogo Salimata KoneIm Salimata Kone Together Vieux and I will host this great program in which 6 young people compete in the field agriculture raising animals and growing crops These young people will show you that agriculture and livestock can provide as good a living or better than any other type of work Like numerous African youth many young farmers have left the land to try their luck elsewhere But after facing problems during their adventures some decide to come back to the land our mother who provides sustenance for us all Vieux Dear listeners you are also members of the jury who will judge our 6 candidates They need your support All we ask is that you vote for the candidate you most appreciate whose farm project is the best in your opinion The program will be broadcast each second week from7 to 8 pm on Radio Fanaka Listen attentively and give your opinion afterwards Salimata Kone But careful It isnt only a contest between men talent women are also participants who can become a DABA KAMALEN Vieux Thats not true Salimata We men are going to win This first program in the series introduces all 6 candidates who present their respective projects Balafon music as the radio team prepares to visit the villages Vieux Salimata prepare to visit candidate 1 whose name is Mamadou Diarra He lives in Ballan Mamadou Diarra plans to become a well-known producer of corn seed not only in Guegneka commune but farther away than Baninko on a national level in Mali He is confident about his project Salimata Kone Vieux have you checked your recorder Are the batteries good Vieux Sure Ive checked everything even the level of gas and oil in the motorcycle Salimata Kone Vieux you know the roads are not great drive carefully so we dont have a motorcycle accident Vieux Salimata youd better wear slacks and sturdy shoes Salimata Thats what Im doing Vieux JOKING Your feet are bugger than mine If the bike starts sliding in the mud you can put your feet on the ground to help keep the balance sound of motorcycle revving up as they leave for Ballan Vieux Were off On arrival in Ballan sound of greetings between journalists and local population We hear that Vieux has brought tea for Mamadou Diarra and asks him to prepare it to drink during for their conversation Ambient sound in the village goats sheep farmers preparing their fields women pounding millet Vieux Mamadou Candidate 1 introduce yourself to our listeners Mamadou Diarra I learned to farm because my parents are farmers they enrolled me in religious Koranic school but during the planting season I helped in the fields They grow quite a lot of corn That is why I learned to like corn When I reached school age they signed me up and I went until 9th grade I stopped because school fees were too expensive and I left for Bamako to help support my family But I returned during planting season After harvest I left for Kayes My first adventure away from home was in a 2005 I was confronted with all sorts of problems while I was away I figured theres a good side and a bad side to every experience and I managed to earn enough to cover my basic needs This year on returning to the village to plant I heard about the Daba Kamalen project and applied as a candidate Fade up balafon music Salimata Kone Vieux now we know more about what motivates Mamadou Diarra He is really determined to win first prize Vieux Goodby to the people of Ballan were now headed forDien to meet Hawa Doumbia candidate number 2 Salimata Kone It s not too far only 6 km from Fana in the opposite direction on the road to Dioila Vieux please drive slowlybecauseits the rainy season and the roads are not in good condition Sound of birds in the background Vieux Yeah I was expecting youd say that Well were going to give women the chance to show their talent as farmers After greeting the village chief we are now at the home of Hawa Doumbia in Dien Hawa you are Candidate number 2 Tell us about yourself Hawa Doumbia Not many women practice agriculture in Baguineda the village where I grew upMost women theredo marketing gardening From an early age every girl accompanies her mother to the garden When you get older youre given your own plot of land The motherharvests a daughters field and sells the produce at the local market Profits cover your various petty expenses Thats how I lived until I got married to a young fellow here in the village of Dien At first I planned to practice gardening here but I gave that up because there is a lack of available ground water To keep busy I began to grow a small plot of peanuts on land my father-in-law gave me Ive been growing peanuts in that field for the past 13 years It provides me with money to cover basic needs for me and my children Balafon music Vieux You are listening to the program Daba Kamalen on Radio Fanaka So Salimata weve just met our first two candidates Whats your impression Salimata Kone Im very impressed by both of them Hawa is a dynamic woman women are going to make the competition more interesting dont you think Vieux I agree with you But dont forget we still have 4 other candidates The next one is also a woman by the name of Salimata Traore she lives in Wakoro To get there we continue about 50 km on the road to Dioila Salimata Kone Tomorrow we visit Candidate number 3 Salimata Traore she has the same first name as me Her project is to plant a vegetable garden in Wakoro We drive 15 km from Fana en route to Diola ambient sound Salimata Traore and her advisor Minata Coulibaly in the garden discussing their plans Salimata says that after ploughing she will plant tomatoes and eggplant Vieux Salimata Traore candidate number 3 how many years did you go to school Salimata Traore I went up to the 8th grade at school in Badiebougou a hamlet of Wakoro before my father made me stop in order toget married I didnt really want to stop school My mother introduced me to gardening When I was young I began to help her in the garden which she adored I signed up for this competition so I could practice market gardening in honour of my mother Im going to plant cucumbers tomatoes and eggplant during the rainy season and then I will plant potatoes Gardening provides many advantages it feeds us brings in money Thats why I didnt hesitate to propose gardening for my project I have a message for young people idleness never feeds anyone After school you must work to survive Salimata Kone jokes Im sure she also plants beans but wants to keep them for herself because she is a Traore By the end of the competition Im sure she will become a Diarra Vieux No on the contrary you will be renamed Traore balafon music in transition Salimata Kone Ihave just listened to Candidate number 3 who is my namesake except shes a Traore Shes described her project Vieux God willing tomorrow well go to Tingole Banangabougou where we have two candidates a man and a woman Vieux Salimata we have to get up early to go to Tingole Banangabougou beacause its quite a distance and the road is bad roosters crowing sound of the motorcycle revving Vieux Sali hold on were leaving for Tingole Ambient sound Cattle mooing in their pen a man calling his cows addressing them as if they were human followed by the sound of milking Vieux Today were with the candidates in Tingole Badalabougou 25 km west of Fana Well start with Fanto Samake candidate number 4 who describes his project to us Fanto Samake Im Fanto Samake my father is Abdoulaye Samake and my mother is Sitan Doumbia My parents are farmers so I practice agriculture like they do Since my parents also kept cows my job was to take them to pasture Every morning I left for the fields with my younger brother and in the evening I would drive the team of oxen to plough the fields I slowly developed a love of cattle and three years ago my mother gave me a cow I have three cows now Sound of goats bleating Vieux Sali I can see you are watching your step more than you do when walking in Bamako eh Here we are close to the reality of Mali What a wonderful life agriculture raising animals Salimata Were on our way to meet Kafoune our candidate number 5 Kafoune has a touching story to tell Kafoune Mariko Im Kafoune Mariko my father is Fako Mariko and my mother is Sitan Diarra My project is to raise goats I like itbecause I was born to a family of farmers and herders I learned this work from a young age When I was very small whenever my parents were in the fields I was in charge of the sheep and goats in the pasture My father never had a son so I and my little sister were charged to drive the oxen and plough to cultivate the fields When I got older I left to work as a maid in Bamako At times I got into arguments with the womanfor whom I worked for various reasons I left home to earn money to help my mother who had no sons but I realized that my future was here after my father brought me back to give me in marriage here in Tingole Banangabougou I had my first child 2 years ago Since my husband is also quite poor I didnt have the chance to be given animals as happens in other families that raise cows and goats I thought this competition would give me the opportunity to raise goats which are easy to handle produce milk and can be sold rapidly when you need money But I dont have a single goat I explained the situation to Alimata Diarra and she has helped my by offering me goats And since then Ive been keeping busy taking care of my small herd as well as with my household chores After I bring the meal to the men in the fields I feed my millet chaff to the goats whom I really adore Balafon music Sound of baby chicks hens and roosters inbackground Salimata Kone Here we are at Diakaridia Fombaspoultry farm Ive actually survived the trip I thought w ould be dangerous I am becoming an expert backseat motorcycle passenger Look at this farm its seems to be already in operation Vieux We are with Diakaridia Fomba candidate number 6 I hear his story is almost identical to that of Mamadou Diarra in Ballan Both have returned from self-imposed exile Diakaridia tell me the real story Diakaridia Fomba Im Diakaridia Fomba from Dien Goloba When I was 20 I left for Koutiala where I stayed for 3 years Vieux Tell us about the 3 years you spent in Koutialia Diakaridia Fomba It was quite an adventure You know when youre young and you find yourself in a place where you know nobody adaptation is difficult My history with poultry began when my dad gave me my first chicken but I bought the others myself Ive raised chicken for 10 years I realized it has lots of advantages and I enjoy i also Its profitable on many levels I aim to win the Daba Kamalen competition With a modern chicken coop I can increase production and Ill be able to make good money selling poultry Balafon music Vieux Weve now met all 6 candidates in the Daba Kamalen contest and were aware of their projects Every second week we will present an exciting episode about the lives of these young farmers who are starting their businesses withhelp and support from Farm Radio International and its partners Salimata Kone We will share the trials and challenges these young people face and the strategies and solutions they come up with to solve problems along the way in the hope that each and every project progresses successfully by the end of the first year of farming Vieux On alternate weeks between each radio reality episode we will present programs in the studio featuring experts in various types of agriculture and raising livestock They will provide information in relation to our 6 young candidates projects During these programs in studio our listeners are invited to participate by calling or text messaging Radio Fanaka via our special line Here is the number to call We want to hear your comments and opinions about our candidates activities and direct your questions to the experts For the final episode broadcast at the end of our series listeners will be invited to vote for the best DABA KAMALEN So our audience will get to choose the winning candidate Salimata Kone Last June 6th Radio Fanaka and the local steering committee held the opening ceremony to inaugurate the Daba Kamalen project Municipal and regional authorities NGOS technical services financial institutions and partner radio stations all attended Oumou Coulibaly the radio director talked about the choice of Radio Fanaka to carry out project as a logical follow-up to the IRRRA compost project Oumou Coulibaly Im not surprised we were chosen to implement this project since it is not our first collaboration with Farm Radio International and we are very familiar with the organizations methods I have only one request that they continue to provide us with the equipment necessary to carry out this project applause Vieux In the name of Fanas farming community Mamadou Konate president of the local steering committee encourages the young producers to take up the challenge Mamadou Konate We will regret if we dont support initiatives to encourage farmers Many young people leave their villages to try their luck in the gold mines But on further examination we come to the realization that there is gold and silver to be had right here in our own fields Agriculture isthe most valuable activity of all Salimata Kone Lamine Togola project coordinator outlines the main objectives Lamine Togola Ayear ago the Rockefeller Foundation Rockefeller started an international competition on innovative approaches to youth employment Out of 2000 proposals submitted from around the world first prize went to Mali for the project were are now inaugurating here in Fana today Our initiative is to encourage young people to make farming a business rather than simoly a means of subsistence Often if you ask a farmer what his job is he replies that he doesnt have one Yet the whole world lives thanks to agriculture This project takes the form of a competition between young people from the region of Fanawho propose farming projects The best will be the winner But all contestants will benefit from the technical advice necessary to support them through their first year Vieux The Assistant Prefect of Fana Ibrahima Maiga confirmed that the project received technical support and services from Malian governmental authorities even prior to the official launch of the project Ibrahima Maiga In the name of the authorities of Mali and in my own name I attest that we will do everything possible to assist theparticipants in this project which corresponds to the National strategy for youth employment I solemnly inaugurate theDaba Kamalen project Thank you Balafon music mixed with applause Vieux I would like to extend my thanks to all our partners whose generous support has allowed us to produce these programs I would like to name the Ministry of Agriculture IPR IER Farm Radio International ANPE CNOP DNA AOPP PDAM APCAM ORTM Africable and Maestro Sound the Rockefeller Foundation Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Each candidate is also accompanied by an experienced farmer who will act as his or her local advisor for the duration of project Experts from the various organizations will be available to help and provide information throughout the project even ouside regular series broadcast hours Anew episode of Daba Kamalen will be aired on Radio Fanaka every second week staring at 6 p m and rebroadcast in the morning from 7 to a 8 a m Vieux To give you a taste of what to expect here is an excerpt of the upcoming panel discussion with our experts pause forbalafon music theme music for the panel Vieux Bakary Bakayoko could you explain how the 6 candidates were selected Bakary Bakayoko The Daba Kamalen project didnt happen just like that A representative of the National Department ofAgriculture will be following the project closely The department is available to help the farmers so dont hesitate to ask for advice at every phase of production Salimata What advantages does this project offer young people in Fana Oumou Coulibaly A wise farmer sensing his death was near summoned his children to inform them of the existence of a golden treasure hidden in the field And he told them to hunt for it only after his death Bakary Bagayoko For a Bambara only one true path in life exists that of the DABA valient person All other roads lead to humiliation Promotion for Radio Fanaka Modibo Kodialan Traore announcer Radio Fanaka the seat of knowledge seat of understanding of knowledge The bird that sings of wisdom has a beautiful voice but the bird who sings about understanding knowledge has an even more powerful voice Radio Fanaka sings the praise of people rooted in their land Vieux Greetings to the people of Ballan Look Sali the population of Ballan has come out in force to witness the big event when candidate number 1 Mamadou Diarra is given a field to plant Salimata Kone Yes its a great day for Daba Kamalen candidate Mamadou Diarra His father Bouya Diarra is giving him part of his field to allow him to compete in the contest Vieux What is the size of the field Salimata Kone One hectare His father is proudly giving it to him to grow corn to produce seed Lets listen Bouya Diarra Mamadou Diarra here is the field I promised you to carry out your project to grow corn for seed I hope you will honour your family your village your community Vieux Now we hear from Mamadou Diarras advisor for the contest Mamoutou Diarra what is your message for your candidate Mamoutou Diarra In giving the field to Mamadou Diarra Bouya Diarra is encouraging him in the competition When we speak of competition it signifies hard work I encourage you to work even harder to win the trophy In practicing agriculture it is extremely import to respect the calendar As the saying goes A beautiful woman is also noticed by others in addition to her husband Salimata Kone Mamadou Diarra it is evident that you are very happy It is a big day for you What have you to add Mamadou Diarra I salute my father for this gesture I must now honour this gift by hard work Exerpt womens song composed for Mamadou VIEUX Hello how are you In the village of Dien its the turn of candidate Hawa Doumbia to receive a plot of land promised by the village chief Konimba Fomba village chief Hawa here is the field I promised you May God be with you to help you succeed with your project and may He accord us long life Hawa Doumbia Thank you so much for offering me this support which is indispensible to produce peanut seed as part of the Daba Kamalen project Vieux Here we are in Hawa Doumbias field accompaied by her advisor Maimouna Both women stand on this plot of land as witness to the official gift from the village chief Vieux Hawa could you tell me your time frame for preparing the land ploughing and sowing Hawa Doumbia When the chief promised me this land I hired someone to clear it before I receive the seed We will sow after that Vieux You mentioned you hired some to clear the field How much did that cost Hawa Doumbia Usually they do it for 10 000 Francs CFA but it only cost me 5000 Vieux Where did you get the money HawaDoumbia My advisor lent it to me Vieux You say the next step is to rent a plough and oxen to plough the field how much will that cost per hectare Hawa Doumbia It comes to 6 000 francs CFA a day Maimouna Diarra Using a modern plough she will require one day with the older model it takes two days She needs about 100 kg of seed for one hectare Vieux Do you have your seed Maimouna Diarra We have seeds but they are a traditional variety that is less productive We are asking help from the project to be able to buy improved strains of seed before the first rainfall Hawa Doumbia We hope the project will also help us buy fertilizer improved seed pesticides against termites and herbicide for weeds that would really make us happy Transition Song by Kadidiatou Coulibaly You who take up the handles of the daba thank you for your work You take the handles of the daba you the great farmers It is work of great commitment and courage You who take up the handles of the daba you honour your country you support us through your choice Radio Fanaka you serve as our voice Balafon music Salimata Kone Hah Vieux I am certain wevegot more surprises in store I heard theres a wonderful development in Wakoro Im not saying anything more Youll find out when we get there Here we are inWakoro Why did Salimata Traores father-in-law only want her to work in the familys millet field Minata Coulibaly Salimatas vegetable gardening activities were under thecontrol of the head of the family who is the only one to determine each persons tasks in the family Salimata Kone I heard that Salimata Traores father-in-law didnt agree with her practising market gardening Wassa Coulibaly Salimata Traore hadnt discussed the project with the head of the family Even if he supported her project he was worried about how much she would be able to participate in collective work in the field We women support her and I believe that thanks to our support the problem has been resolved Salimata Traore I think my father-in-law was worried about creating a precedent in the family Now that he knows the reason for the project hes become the familys biggest supporter of my participation in the contest Salimata Kone Will your household chores be affected by your gardening Salimata Traore Yes and no I have help at home especially to take care of the baby As for gardening I do it early in the morning and in the evening So I have ample time to prepare meals and take them to the field Balafon Vieux Salimata Kone its getting late Do we have enough time to stop off in Dien Goloba on our way back to see how work is progressing for DiakaridiaFomba Candidate number 6 Noise of the motorcycle Fade in sound of shovel and picks of those busy building Diakaridias new chicken cop In background the sound of birds Vieux Hey Salimata Kone theyre hard at work here Hello Tafara are things going ahead on the site of Diakaridias new chicken coop Diakaridia Fomba This is the site my family gave me to build my coop Tafara Fomba I think the spot is fine for a chicken coop I suggest to build it from east to west This will protect the chickens from rain The entrance should face north lengthwise Ive suggested a building 4 meters by 2 meters In that space you can raise up to 100 birds Diakaridia Fomba Im wondering about the height of the buildings foundation And if we put windows on the south wall that will help air circulate inside the coop I dont know if the project is going to help pay for the tin roofing and chicken wire to cover the windows Also will it provide me with improved species of poultry and chicken feed My contribution is to cover cost of construction of the coop up to the top of the walls Balafon music Goats bleating cows mooing ambient sound mixed with voices of women and children etc Atmosphere like a small celebration people laughing and talking Vieux I ye nono min wo i ma nono min wo I na taa misiw fe kungo he saadi ana fulfulde kori man koridon Salimata Kone Hey Vieux what makes you sing like that Vieux So Sali seems you dont like cows eh Now were heading for Tingole last stop in this first episode Sound of motorcycle Salimata Kone Were back in Tingole Banangabougou and I want to start with Kafoune Mariko candidate number 4 and her advisor Alimata Diarra Alimata DiarraI asked Kafoune if she wanted to raise goats and she said yes but didnt have any animals Still she chose to raise them so I told her I had enough and I wouldgive her a few Ive kept my promise and I am giving her two she goats and a Billy-goat to help her start her project Kafounes mother-in-law Kafoune here are the goats Alimatais giving you for your project It will be wonderful if you succeed Take it with two hands Applause from the crowd Kafoune Mariko Here are the goats Alimata is giving me Thank you so much She kept her promise Everyone please thank Alimata for her kind gesture She has also included a Billy-goat Alimata may God give you long life and lets hope that Billy-goat does a good job Applause Balafon music Salimata Kone Youve just heard an exchange betweencandidate number 4 Kafoune Mariko and her advisor Alimata Diarra Now lets see if everything is going as well for her village neighbour candidate Fanto Samake Sound of feet walking the radio team greeted by people followed by cows mooing Vieux HeySali that noise is coming from where I can spot Fanto at the other end of the village along with his advisor Bougou Coulibaly Lets catch up with them Bougou Coulibaly Fanto in order to succeed with your project first and foremost you have to like what you do And judging from the affection you have for animals Im sure youll succeed We will all learn something from this new initiative Fanto Samake I am aware of the importance of raising animals for every farmer If young people invest more in agriculture and raising animals they will stop their exodus during the dry seasons Balafon music Salimata Kone Dear listeners all good things must come to an end and we have reached the end of the first episode Each project is evolving nicely We hope you have enjoyed everything you heard Vieux We have just visited all 6 candidates competing for the Daba Kamalen trophy Each is moving ahead nicely Dont forget its a contest even a double one at that While the 6 farmers are competing against each other their respective musicians are also in competition On the day of ultimate victory the Daba Kamalen winner must dance to the sound of only one song Which song will he or she will dance to Thanks to the implication of Boncana Maiga and Maestro Sound the musical specialists will decide but more about that later Salimata Kone Dear listeners stay tuned for out next episode exclusively brought to you on Radio Fanaka Every second week we will present an new episode to bring you up to date on the progress of our six candidates Listeners are invited to call or text message us to give their appreciation ofall six projects On weeks between episodes experts will answer key questions and listeners can also call in to participate directly on the air Vieux You will share in the 6 candidates challenges and hear advice from their advisors who are helping them to carry out their projects Who will be the Daba Kamalen to be chosen at the end of the season Salimata Kone In addition to the radio reality program we are going to invite agricultural and livestock experts to give their opinions on the questions asked by you the audience During these programs you will learn about the important steps to create a farming business and find out how our candidates are progressing Other young people are encouraged to apply the lessons learned through listening to this radio reality series Here is the number to contact us 21253348 You can also leave a message at the following number 71990953 Vieux At the end of the season each project will be evaluated according to its pertinence challengesit presents lessons learned and the audience choice The winner will receive the Daba Kamalen award for 2013 Dont miss Daba Kamalen Episode 2 It will focus on advice given by expert agronomists from IER DNA IPR after they visit the various projects So tune in from 6 to 7 p m every second Monday exclusively on Radio Fanaka For a Bambara there is only one tale in life that of the Daba Every other road leads to humiliation
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FarmQuest: reality radio in Mali - Episode 4

FarmQuest: reality radio in Mali - Episode 4

FarmQuest: reality radio in Mali - Episode 4 FarmQuest or Daba Kamalen in Bambara is an innovative reality radio program in Fana Mali designed to encourage youth to consider farming as a profitable business and not just a means of subsistence It follows six young candidates competing to be named Malis best new farmer FarmQuest was graciously supported by the Rockefeller Foundations Innovation Challenges fund in 2012 Learn more about FarmQuestion at farmradio-org - The following is an English transcript of this episode We apologize for any spelling or other errors This is a quick translation from Bambara to French to English aimed at giving English audiences an idea of the content of the FarmQuest reality radio project We hope you enjoy it A special thanks to the team at Radio Fanaka in Fana Mali for sharing the final recordings with us - Transcription Episode 4 Introduction Balafon theme music continues under intro by hosts Vieux Fatogoma The program Daba Kamalen is already proving successful in encouraging the candidates and other young people from Banico region to start small farm businesses Salimata Kone We will sum up previous episodes for our listeners who did nottune in The first episode I am a candidate illustrated the possibility for young people to start small farm business It explained the contest to take place between 6 candidates in the Banico region andidentified the 4 participating villages Ideas were exchanged about the importance of agriculture Each candidate told of their past difficulties and their search for solutions in the field of agriculture Some young people had previously left the farm and others had stopped school in to get married Those who left eventually returned to the farm Vieux Fatogoma Episode Two was entitled My dream becomes reality Here each candidate was aleady well on the road to making their dream become reality Candidate 1 Mamadou Diarra would plant an improved variety of corn in order to produce seed Candidate 2 Awa Doumbia would plant an improved strain of peanuts to produce seed for the market Candidate 3 Salimata Traore from Wakoro began by planting a market garden of cucumbers tomatoes and eggplantCandidates Fanto Samake and Kafoune Mariko are raising livestock cattle and goats respectively and would learn to improve the feed All were on their way to succeeding in their projects Salimata Kone In Episode 3 You need good seed to insure proper germination we had some informative lessons from the experts 2 35Song for Mamadou Diarra by Yayi Diarra Vieux Fatogoma VO ovoer song Today 24 October 24 2013 wasone of celebration in Mamadou Diarras field Salimata Kone Vieux today we participated Mamadou Diarras corn harvest We are in the company of theagriculture agent Abdou Marikoand agronomist Moumine Traore both from the government department of agriculture Song for Mamadou DIarra continues Vieux Fatogoma tells Salimata Koneto hop on the motorcycle and off they go to Ballan to see Mamdou Diarras corn harvest En route they chantsome important people who will be present at the corn harvest ambient sound Vieux sounds the horn and greets people on his way 3 54 3 55 Abdou Mariko Im Abdou Mariko I work at the agriculture office Fana All our hard work has not been in vain The harvest is a success despite the slow start due to the lack of rain at the time the field was planted In the future we will prepare better for this eventuality The corn yield is good This improved strain of corm is different than that destined for consumption Here is my advice for Mamadou and friends Specific conditions must be respected to obtain good results with this variety for seed Firstly you have to follow strict procedures for planting and that is what was done here A distance of 300 meters must be maintained between this field and the neighbouring fields The field must be ploughed at the right moment All this was respected to the letter 5 45 Vieux Fatogoma Kefa Diarra is a municipal counsellor and farmer He talks about the introduction of this improved variety of corn in Fana The municipal office supports this practice 6 08 Kefa Diarra I am very pleased on many levels and I advise planting this strain since the results are excellent I myself am a corn farmer and I know it is not easy to find a good improved variety to plant and this project has helped us greatly in the respect We can all be overjoyed and profit from the experience of seed production It will increase our ability to grow our own food and be self sufficient and it will halt the exodus of young people who are leaving the farms in droves for the city to find work This is what I have to say Mamadou Diarra is indeed an exampleto follow Being so rigorous on the job is also quite an accomplishment for this young man 7 25 Salimata Kone Mamoutou Diarra is Mamadous local advisor He is very impressed by the work the candidate has done in his cornfield 7 34 Mamoutou Diarra When youve been given just bones to eat in the past and someone comes along and give you meat - this proverb describes the partnership we have enjoyed with the radio We need constant help and encouragement so that our young people are able to work and remain at home on the farm If they leave our villages and land will be empty and have no future as parents grow older day by day Ultimately there would be no young generations left to carry on in their place 8 04 Salimata Kone Mamadou Konate the Daba Kamalen local commission presidentgives his appreciation of Mamadou Diarra 8 13Mamadou Konate This has been a great lesson earned for the farmers and all those present here today We see with our own eyes what this hectare planted by my namesake Mamadou has produced All of you present in this field today can now follow in the footsteps traced for you by Mamadou All you young people cans see that what we have been hearing on the radio is true validand really possible This message is not destined for Mamadou alone nor just for the villages of Miniboug or Balan but for the entire country that it can become self sufficient in food production 8 56Song for Mamadou Diarra Yayi Diarra sings the praises of the valiant young Daba kamalen candidates 9 10 Vieux Fatogoma Mamadou Diarra what message do you have for other young people 9 14 Mamadou Diarra I ask that other such projects as this be encouraged since there are many young people here who would like to have the same opportunity as I had 9 29 Fade in song for Diakaridia Fomba mixed with ambient sound of roosters crowing and chickens clucking 9 45 Salimata Kone After leaving the cornfield of Mamadou Diarra in Ballan the radio Fanaka team heads for Dien to discover the variety of poultry named wassacheand the new chicken coop of candidate 6 Diakaridia Fomba Over sound of chickens 10 00 DiakaridiaFomba We went to Bamakoto purchase this new variety of Wassache rooster There are certain problems raising this breed in comparison with those we have raised traditionally Particularly concerning the feed and also access to free range During the day we let them have free run of the yard they can go where they please However the feed and water are given in the evening when the sun goes down The feed costs money we mix corn flour dried fish and caco powder I grind the flour add termite larva fish and millet bran If you like this type of farming you must work hard and push yourself beyond your limits as I do So far during the project Ive managed to raise two batches of chicks 15 at first and and then 10 more which makes 25 in all Some of these young hens have already laid eggs some are now in the processhatching When I bought these new improved breed roosters I also bought powdered feed medication and vitamines The vet advised me to administer two vaccinations doses to each chick and two days later to dilute one teaspoon of medication in 5 liters water to be given morning and night translators note this technical info was poorly translated into French so I am not sure if details are exact I followed the rules exactly As you see all birds are healthy and I I give them two pills every week This medication has visibly improved our hens health Vaccination helps to eliminate white fluid from the intestine When you medicate your poultry properly you avoid spreading disease among the young chicks However it is not easy to raise wassache chickens Our chickens with thin legs produce more eggs than the wassa variety I am not sure this is accurate translation Wassa roosters have difficulty mating with our traditional hens because they are too heavy since a wassa rooster weighs 4 kilos and can main or even kill our thin-legged hens But when you manage to raise chicks to maturity they produce more eggs since wassa-bred hens can lay as many as 40 eggs Another problem is that the roosters tend to break the eggs and drink the contents I didnt realise what was happening at first if I had I would already have over 40 new chicks So now as you can see I have divided the chicken coop into two sections and have separated the adults from the chicks Look at the new chicks 1 13 44 Song for Diakaridia by Abdou Bakayoko Vieux Fatogoma I understand that this hybrid breed is a veritable reproduction Diakaridia Fomba IVe had over 100 eggs so far I have separated them amonghens as you can see here The old man from whom I bought these was roosters gave us all the information we need regarding feed maintenance and a keeping a healthy chicken coop 14 30 Song for Salimata Traore over which we hear a mans voice speaking about Daba Kamalen sound mix rather confused here since we dont know who it is or what he is saying 14 47 Salimata Kone Now we are on our way to Wakoroto see the market garden of Salimata Traore We are with our agronomy experts Abdou Mariko and Moumine Traore The candidate wants to prove she is a courageous woman from Banico regon 14 58 Vieux Fatogoma Salimata Traoreis the first farmer to try planting potatoes in time in her zone 15 10 Moumine Traore Were here to assist Salimata with her potato crop Potatoes arent grown in the same way as millet the standard crop there are specific measure to be taken to prepare the field such as making rows15 cm wide by 10 meters long This measurement must be strictly respected for spacing between each 30cm potato plant The entire field measur 600 2 sq meters 16 09 Vieux Fatogoma Mme Coulibaly Salimataa married surname is what Moumine explained is clear to you Salimata Traore Yes I understand Vieux Fatogoma Do you have any questions for our experts Salimata Traore I want Moumineto explain how to make the rows Minata my advisor and I are used to making rows in our gardens but not for potatoes 16 32 Moumine Traore Its basically the same method as usual but rows made during the rainy season are not the same as those made in the dry season During the rainy season the earth is built up to create a barrier to channelor drain the water like a trough In the dry season we want to retain humidity around the plants People dont usually sow potatoes during the rainy seasons because too much water is not good for the plants As the weather still looks like rain this gives us time toplough the earth prepare the rows and wait for the right period to plant the potatoes 17 41 Salimata Traore Id also like Moumine to explain how to prepare organic manure compost Moumine Traore When we come to make the rows we will measure the number of wheelbarrows of compost required per row Salimata Traore Im Salimata Traore a vegetable gardener from Wakoro I plant tomatoes and cucumbers We use pesticides but our gardens still is affected by insects Some days we are able to sel what we produces and people even come here to buy at other times we eat what we grow The cucumbers I grew this year brought in about6000 CFA which allowed me to pay for new clothes for my children for the feast of Ramadan 18 32 Vieux Fatogoma Aside from cucumbers did no other vegetable cropyou planted succeed in producing vegetables to eat Salimata Since we were preparing the field in order to plantpotatoes we planted our tomatoes outside this particular garden Vieux Fatogoma Are you nervous about the idea to plant potatoes Salimata Traore Not at all Im reallylooking forward to it Vieux Fatogoma Are the experts advice and instructions clear to you now Salimata Traore Yes perfectly clear Song for Salimata Traore by Batoma Fomba 19 19 fade in Song for Fanto Samake by Nene Diarra nb music should be played for logner before VO of D Salimata comes in The songcontinues under the whole sequence isntad it should have been brought up from time to time to let the sequence breathe but not used continually under as we cant hear the wors properly and it distracts from the interaction at times 19 19 Salimata Kone From Dien we travel by motorcycle on the road to Tingole located 25 km from Fana on the highway to Bamako We are going to meet candidate 4 Fanto Samakewho is going to sell his milk to the local dairy in TIngole Vieux Fatogoma Fanto Samakeand his advisor called un in Fana and we asked them to meet us at the dairy which is where they sell their milk on a regular basis We want to see for ourselves how they sell their milk The building is on the right side of the road as youre heading for Bamako on the outskirt of the town of Tingole The dairy is built in two sections and was the initiative of a group of the communes cattle farmers 20 21 Salimata Kone Here comesFanto bringing his milk by motorbike Sound of the motorcycle mixed with voices chatting outside back of the dairy 20 36 Vieux Fatogoma greets Fanto Samake Fanto Samake Hello there Vieux He gives his greetings to all the dairy workers Ambient sound of Fantos milk being poured into a container to be measured 21 05 Vieux Fatogoma What quantity of milk does this container hold Dairy worker It holds 5 litres Sound of milk being poured into potto be heated 21 24 Vieux Fatogoma HEY Sali were we are with Fanto at the dairy and they are tallying up the milk hes just delivered This is his second 5 litre can which makes for a total of litres Dairy worker That makes 10 litres Vieux Fatogoma Lassana that makes a total 15 litres Fanto how much did you bring today Fanto Samake I brought 15 litres Vieux Fatogoma You produced that quantity on your own Fanto No its for both me and my advisor Vieux Fatogoma And how many litres are for you Fanto Samake 4 litres are mine the remaining 11 liters are for my advisor Each day we bring that amount together 15 litres Vieux Fatogoma Before your milk cow only produced 2 litres but nowit seems youve increasedproduction to 4 22 09 Fanto Now the pasture is green so the animals are left to graze on their own as they please But for the dry season we store millet andcorn stalks to use as feed 22 25 Music for Awa Doumbia by Adama Micro nb there is no break between the sequence with Fanto and the intro on the jouranlists way to Dien Music for Awa Doumbia should havee been first introduced without voice over for a few seconds to separate the 2 sequences Vieux Fatogoma We are now headed for Dien to see Awa Doumbia and her peanut plantation Well also greet the family of Chief Fomba Ambient sound of Vieux greeting people in the peanut field 22 39 Salimata Kone Local commission president Mamadou Konate was not able to be with us because of the commemoration ceremony taking place at the time for his brother who was buried 40 days ago May he rest in peace Over ambient sound of people taking and activity in the field Vieux Fatogoma The village chief represented by Mamadou Fombawill officially open the harvest of Awas field Doumbia 23 00 Mamadou Fomba Welcome everyone I am Mamadou Fombafrom Dien and I speak as official representative ofour village chief KonibaFomba who has asked me to greet you all warmly We are here in Awa Doumbias peanut field We have been collaborating with Radio Fanaka on various projects for several years now and they asked us to submit a candidate for th is project Awa was chosen for her courage and her hard work We contributed the field where we are now standing All the young men who are here men and women are hoping for her success with her project I salute the promoters of this project and those people who have come from Canada As farming people there is always something we can learn Once again I thank you for everything before I leave you to do the harvest 24 38 Vieux Fatogoma Im here with our candidate who will share her thoughts with us today 24 42 Awa Doumbia I am so happy that I am speechless I thank God for having given us rain As you saw the last time you came the field was in a sorry state for lack of rain but today we are encouraged since things are better Id like to thank the chief the other villagers and the project organisers and I hope that God will give long life to this project 25 11 Maimouna Coulibaly Im Maimouna Coulibaly As Awas advisor I can assure you that she applied the rules of farming exactly as the experts suggested Each time that I visited her field I saw great progress I am so happy since she has proved true to her word 25 33 Vieux Fatogoma Salimata as usual we are accompanied by Moumine Traore and Abdou Mariko who have both come to Awa Doumbias peanut field to observe what shes accomplished and give her advice for her workin the future 25 51 Abdou Mariko We are really pleased at the result of Awas field which is a success God has come to the rescue as the land was very hard and dry but last night there was rainfall which has made the harvest easier This improved strain of peanuts is different than the ordinary type There are certain specific conditions the candidate must respect before the peanut seed is sent to the lab for analysis Moumine Traore My advice to the candidate about her field is not to mix the two varieties she has harvested We obtain two products from the peanut plant peanuts and foliage We know the use of the peanuts seeds and the leaves are distributed to farmers who raise goats sheep an cattle so nothing is lost 27 28 Clip of song for Kafoune Mariko by Ba ba Tangara 27 55 Vieux Fatogoma Today I am on my own going to Tingole Banakabougou as my fellow journalist Salimata Kone is not feeling well enough to travel with me However I am not alone as I am accompanied by the team from Radios Rurales Internationales composed of Lamine Togola Erica Madame Nango Pomerance and project intern Mark Ellison Ambient sound of goats bleating Vieux As you can hear by the sound of goats in the background we are now with Kafoune Mariko Some of her goats already have given birth to kids and others are expecting to soon 28 36 Kafoune once your own baby is born wont you find it difficult caring for so many young goats Kafoune Mariko As you know my pregnancy didnt prevent me from doing my household chores and taking care of my goats So once I have my baby it wont hinder me from managing my goats either Just as Ill I take care of my baby I will care for my goats 29 05 Vieux Fatogoma I understand that when you call your goats they come right away some are so tame they even follow you into your house 29 16Kafoune Mariko Its true they are so tame and attached to me because of all the careI givethem Even when I go outside at night they come around to see me And if a goat escapes her tether she never strays far from home she comes to sleep in front of my door And in the morning on awakening I find her there They dont tend to run away like other goats when their owner isnt around Vieux Fatogoma Can you tells us about of some of the problems youve encountered and also share the advice you have received from Alimata your project mother as to how to care for your goats 29 58 Kafoune Mariko From the very first day I got the goats I have had no problems either with feeding or with keeping my goats for healthy and clean Thank God Just ask Alimata I would like this project to continue to help us especially other young married women to raise animals in order to avoid having to go to Bamako to make money This will allow us to stay here and care for our husbands and families and so I wish long life for this project 30 52 message from Modibo Kodialan Traore Radio Fanakan host who gives the times for broadcast of the episode Program jingle in background Sketch 31 27 Salimata Kone Koke now that the corn and peanuts have been harvested the chickens have laid the cucumbers have been sold as well as the milk it is time to choose translators Koke is an affectionate term for my dear boy or little brother Vieux Fatogoma Do you mean we have to chose betweenMamadou Diarras improved corn seed Awa Doumbia improved peanut seed Salimatas cucumbers Kafounes goats Diakaridia Fomba egg or Fanto Samakes milk I dont know what to choose Salimata Kone Ah Koke Youre always thinking with your stomach You dont understand we have to chose between candidates for ther work not what they produce Vieux Fatogoma Radio Fanaka is asking us to pick a candidate But how do we do that Salimata Kone Its not complicated Its on the air right now Just move in closer pay attention and listen to the radio announcement Vieux Fatogoma Its starting now raise the volume and lets hear what Radio Fanaka has to say Salimata Kone Cant you ever shut up and just listen the sketch ends here and journalists resume their normal voices and persona Theme balafon music 33 05Vieux Fatogoma Dear radio Fanaka listeners you have just heard our candidates explain the advantages difficulties encountered and the lessons learned in the process of carrying out their farming projects When the series began we put two candidates in competition each episode This weekit is Salimata Traore from Wakoro and Fanto Samake from Tingole There is a phone nnumber assigned to each candidate and to vote for Fanto Samakeyu dial 91000084 For candidate Salimata Traore you dial 91000086 I repeat for Fanto Samake you dial 91000084 and for Salimata the number to dial is 91000086 You only have to beep either number to vote for the candidate of your choice It costs you nothing to call us If you have questions concerning farming you can call 90808040 You just beep this number free of charge and a few minutes later this number calls you back to let you ask your questions he repeats number Our agriculture experts will answer your questions on the air every Sunday evening 35 39 Song for Mamadou Diarra and candidates by Yayi Diarra and Abdou Bakayogo music comes in comes in too quickly 35 04 Vieux Fatogoma The day of Mamadou Diarras corn harvest in Balan the agricultural agent from Fana Abdou Mariko advised Mamadou on various things such as how to conserve the seedafter harvest Abdou Mariko After the harvest you must wait until the corn is ripe For corn destined for consumption the harvest is different in this instance you have to wait until the cornfieldis dry including the leaves and stalks of the plants Even if they fall off it doesnt matter this is what is recommended for this improved strain Corn for eating purposes would be toot dry but the corn for seeds doesnt actually it germinates later on For this reason you have to wait til the whole crop is dry After that you take the leaves off by hand before putting the corn into the shelling machine that remove the corn from the cob You can put the seeds directly into bags right away when its for eating purposes but with corn produced for seed we remove all the seeds that are not perfect before taking it to the lab for testing First we bring it to our own lab and then to the test lab The corn once sorted has to be stored in proper bags in a dry place where it can breathe avoiding all contact with insect rats and mice and protected from any moisture since moisture will germinate the seed prematurely before the next planting season and ruin it for planting purposes intervention too long should have been edited 41 54 Salimata Kone Many people provided advice sitting beside Mamadou Diarras field under the big shea tree Vieux Fatogoma After the experienced elders had said their say a groups of young men des expressed their desire to follow in Mamadou Diarras footsteps and plant corn Madou Ballo Im Madou Ballo from Balan Kokolobougou When I heard about the projet it interested me a lot I salute those of you here from Bamako and I am present in order to let you know that this must continue in the future Moussa Traore also praises the project for its initiative this clip was not translated into French 43 24 Balla Diarra Im Balla Diarra from Balan Monzombougou As this initiative is just beginning if it continues many will want to join and do the same thing Madou Diarra Im Madou Diarra fromBalan Minibougou Im Mamadous brother Vieux Fatogoma How do you feel about this project Madou Diarra I am pleased with all this work I arrived after activities had started or I would hae gotten involved personally I hope this project lasts in the future Assetou Diollo Im AssetouDiallo from Balan Minibougou Vieux Fatogoma You wee in the field with us today what have you to say es dans les champs ici avec nous que ce que tu peux dire Assetou Diallo Long life to the project so we canal profit from it 44 01 Mamadou Diarra Im Mamadou Diarra fromBalan Mamoutou Diarrais my advisor and we have been planning this harvest for a long time People have come out in good numbers to help even from Bamako I cant say enough 44 25 Mamadou Konate Im Mamadou Konate president of the farmers association in the circle of Dioila Banico and its communes I am asking all men women and youth in Banico to encourage projects such as this one The candidates chosen form the participating villages alle have different project growing corn raising poulty and cattle vegetable gardening and peanuts Les candidates have all benefitted from this projects now I am asking other young people tojump in and do the same not to abandon the land but to farm it Nothing is owrhtthe land agriculture helps us to feed our children our families your poorer relatives Raise animals as well The 23 communes of Banico must practice such activities to survive All young people who heed the call can make farming a profitable business 80 of Malis population are rural farmers so why leave the land We ask all young people in Banico to take inspiration from the Daba Kamalen project and turn to farming Thank you 45 48 Song for Mamadou DIarra 45 50 Salimata Kone Mamadou Diarra from Balan is very courageous Vieux Fatogoma The entire population of Balan came out to help Mamadou Diarra The harvest began at 10amand ended at noon so the population really worked hard 46 01 Song for Fanto Samako by Nene Diarra comes in under Vieuxs voice Vieux In the same way that men need a place to sleep animals also need shelter Lets go to Tingole Banankabougou so see how Fanto Samakes cows are doing Fanto on our trip to Sougouni and Dougoubougou you learned how to improve animal feed so have you put this into practice Fanto Samake Yes definitely with the goats we got for the project we give them the feed that was recommended There are three wild plants that were recommended goni saba and toro but the best is toro So we havent used the others The animals really prefer toro Vieux Fatogoma How did you react when you realised your goats werepregnant Fanto Samake I am pleased and every day I expect thatone is going to give birth Just seeing them makes me happy Vieux Fatogoma What advice to you have for other young people in respect to this line of work Fanto Samake Id like young people not to abandon the land and their animals since even a small amount of money that you earn can purchase an animal than can prove useful to you in the future You may go away for 5 years to seek your fortune and come home with nothing ahead of you for the future So dont leave your village Get your parents blessing to start I want all our young people here to join hands and work the land together Why leave the country to look for work when you can do something profitable right here at home 48 00 Song for Kafoune Mariko by Baba Tanga 48 28 Vieux Fatogoma Previously we talked with Kafoune about the possibility of getting credit from a bank such as Kafo Jiginew How do you feel about that now Kafoune are you prepared to try to obtain a loan Kafoune Mariko Im prepared to get a loan Vieux Fatogoma Will you plan to use this money to make a profit Kafoune Mariko I can make a profit and the bank will too Song for Kafoune by Baba Tangara Over the music fade in ambient sound of Kafoune calling to her goats to come and eat 49 26 Kafoune Mariko My advisor Alimata gives me good advice and some to see my animals The shelter doesnt offer enough shade The dry season is coming soon and we must prepare for it ambient sound of Kafune and goats should be kept longer before interview clip and faded out out when she talks here as this is confusing Vieux Fatogoma And the things we learned about improving animal feed do you apply what they told you Kafoune Mariko Yes definitely now our animals practically only eatthe foliageand grain the men suggested we feed them 50 44 Vieux asks a questionnot translated in French transcript 50 50 Kafune poorly translated support for out project during the hot season 51 19 Song for Awa Doumbia by Adama Micro song comes in a bit too early 51 38 Salimata Kone Many young people came to help Awa with her peanut harvest and we asked them to comment vox pop with harvesters Vieux Fatogoma Hello sister what is your name Rokia Diarra Im Rokia Diarra Vieux Fatogoma How do you feel about he peanut harvest today Rokia Diarra I am proud of Awas work Vieux Fatogoma Hello brother what is your name Amadou Samake Im Amadou Vieux Fatogoma Was this hard work for you - Amadou Its just that the plants are so dry that when you pull them out the peanuts remain in the earth - Vieux Fatogoma Were having a good time in Awas field this morning Hello Mr Coulibaly - Kassim Fomba Im Kasim Fomba from Tissebougou in Banico - Vieux Fatogoma How are you feeling this morning in Awaa field - Kasim Fomba Im not having much fun because the plants are dry and the peanuts stay in the ground - Vieux Fatogoma The ground is very dry is it - Kasim Fomba No the earth is moist enough but the stocks of the peanut plants are brittle - end of vox pop - 53 57 Abdou Mariko Im Abdou Mariko Its normal that the peanut plants are brittle like that Especially this improved variety To preserve then I this is necessary to preserve them The harvested peanuts must be kept in a dry place the seed must be kept in thick bags to avoid being attacked by insects If people have other problems or questions dont hesitate to contact us so that together we can find the right solution - - 53 57 Song for DiakaridiaFomba by Abdou Bagayoko - 54 17 Vieux Fatogoma Today in Dien Diakari and his advisor Tafara Fomba have organised a discussion with other young farmers about raising poultryand his wassache roosters - Diakaridia Fomba Im Diakaridia Fomba from Dien I organised this discussion close tomy chicken coop to talk about the advantages of raising poultry I have been doing this for 10 years now I want us to exchange ideas because this gives us strength to act Theres a god reason I was chosen as a for Daba Kamalen candidate since Ino longer raise poultry in the traditional way now with kouloukoulou ngnana dont know what this means you an avoid having rats kill your chickens and eat thir heads off in a single night You have all come her this evening Seydou Bakari Tafara Aboulaye Youssou Traoreand thats the reason for this meeting - 58 18 Participant 1 What specific problems have you encountered - Diakaridia Fomba Like everyone else who raises poultry I had problems during the rainy seaons especially in August rising chicks in my old chicken coop But now having built the new coop has helped reduce the mortality rate among my chicks - 56 46 Vieux Fatogoma During the project didyou benefit from the experts visits and advice - Diakaridia Fomba I really did Espeicall the advice to buy wassache roosters when I went to Bamako to see that breed of poultry I learned that a wassache rooster can mate with 10 chickens - Participant 2 Did you stop breeding French translation unclear here during construction of your chicken coop - Diakari I didnt have a choice I wanted to test it out and if it works there will be others who can do the same - Participant 3 Do you have to reimburse the money advanced to cover your project expenses - Diakaridia Fomba Yes it must be repaid to help others after our group as we are the first to benefit from the proejct When the actual project ends we will continue on and help opthers to do the same 58 34 Song by Batoma Fomba for Saliamata Traore French transcript ends here last 4 minutes are missing ends at 1 03 07
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