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'''Name:''' Efot
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[[Image: Efot .jpg|thumb|300px|right|border|Efot (July 2008)]]
'''Age:''' 18 years old  
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'''Gender:''' Male
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'''Name:''' Efot <br>
'''Place of Residence:''' Dagbamete
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'''Age:''' 18 years old <br>
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'''Gender:''' Male <br>
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'''Place of Residence:''' Dagbamete <br>
 
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Efot is a Junior at high school and the main language he speaks is Ewe. Although his father plays drums, it was not passed down to him, and he does not play an instrument. He did not learn music in high school, but currently he sings at the Shrine on Sundays. His favorite music is Bobobo, gospel music, hip-hop, reggae music, and he has access to a portable radio.
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Efot is a Junior at high school and the main language he speaks is Ewe. Although his father plays drums, it was not passed down to him, and he does not play an instrument. He did not learn music in high school, but currently he sings at the Shrine on Sundays. His favorite music is ''Borborbor'', gospel music, hip-hop, reggae music, and he has access to a portable radio.
  
 
''Interviewed by Hannah Searson and Leanne Arnison in July 2008''
 
''Interviewed by Hannah Searson and Leanne Arnison in July 2008''
  
 
[[Musical Change in Dagbamete | Back to interview listing]]
 
[[Musical Change in Dagbamete | Back to interview listing]]
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[[Category:Dagbamete Males]]<br>
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[[Category: Dagbamete born 1990s]]
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[[Category: Currently Residing in Dagbamete]]

Latest revision as of 16:04, 8 January 2010

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Efot (July 2008)

Name: Efot
Age: 18 years old
Gender: Male
Place of Residence: Dagbamete


Efot is a Junior at high school and the main language he speaks is Ewe. Although his father plays drums, it was not passed down to him, and he does not play an instrument. He did not learn music in high school, but currently he sings at the Shrine on Sundays. His favorite music is Borborbor, gospel music, hip-hop, reggae music, and he has access to a portable radio.

Interviewed by Hannah Searson and Leanne Arnison in July 2008

Back to interview listing