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music of the Ibibios and certain modern Western music, such as the harmonies
found in Bartok string quartets that are the result of the individual movement of the
independent parts. Likewise, a use of vocal patterns analogous to Sprechstimme commonly associated with Schoenberg and other Western classical composers, is also
characteristic of Ibibio style.
The Yoruba and the Hausa are two other societies found within Nigeria. The
Yoruba hunter’s association (ijala) uses a form of chanting characterized by a large
Kora-player and jeli Mamadou Diabate from Mali
performing with Hesterian Musicism at Cornell
University in October 1999 (Photo by Nicola Kountoupes).
32 • Bigotry and the Afrocentric “Jazz” Evolution