Group Song: Siyahamba

Age range: 10+

Difficulty Rating: 6

Number of Harmonies: 1

Facilitator Xoli Fuyani from Cape Town, South Africa shares the song Siyahamba (Walking in the light of God), a South African hymn and traditional gospel song which is often sung in school assembly.

Tips:

  • The phonetic pronunciation of the lyrics: See-ah-ham-ba /ay-cuke-an-yeni /kwen-koze
  • This song is great when sung in rounds.

 

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