Xylophonists from Bubalanyuro, Bayelyiri,
Jorikoyiri, and Saru
Photo: Yichiir performing in Bubalanyuro.
Photo: Chile (far left) and Yichiir (far right) in Bubalanyuro discussing their childhood in the company of their extended family.
Photo: Yichiir at his farm.
Photo: Chile performing outside his home in Bubalanyuro.
Photo: Yichiir performing at the Evangelical Church of Ghana, Bubalanyuro.
Video: Excerpt of Yichiir performing Yesu Ya Na (Jesus the King) with his congregation at the Evangelical Church of Ghana, Bubalanyuro.
Photo: Yichiir (right) and Lombɔr (center) perform at the funeral of Kakraba Lobi, where Lombɔr ensured that Yichiir retain his cowries and coins.
Photo: Lombɔr helping out on Yichiir’s farm.
Photo: Alhansan enjoying my knowledge of xylophone compositions Bayelyiri.
Photo: Layir Bayir (orange shirt) and Alhansan (brown shirt) with local boys conversing in Bayelyiri.
Photo: Alhansan performing his compositions in Bayelyiri.
Photo: Funeral for a woman in Jorikoyiri, held beneath a large tree.
Video: Funeral for a woman in Jorikoyiri, performance by Kuyiri Darigain.
Photo: Darigain explains his relationship with other blind people, as his nephew listens.
Photo: Houses in Saru just before the Volta river crossing that connects Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire.
Photo: SK in Abavana, Accra, rehearsing for a performance with Hewale Sounds.
Audio: Kogyil duet by SK Kakraba and Ba-ere Yotere, Accra.