I received a Mmus degree in Ethnomusicology on my field research and photography in both East Africa and the South Pacific. 

My thesis entitled ’Tradition and Change - The People’s Concern’   -  examines whether transculturation effects the musical traditions within an indigenous society. 

In America, as Artist-in-Residence at The Smithsonian Institution’s - 'Museum of African Art',  I  delivered lectures to both  Universities  and Museums throughout the  USA.

This image illustrates how the Nytiti harp is played, with the musician holding it to the floor with his foot.  (1983 Kenya).

© 2013 Terri Quaye