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Jemma Thorpe

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Jemma grew up on a farm in the Midlands Meander in Kwa-Zulu Natal and studied at the University of Cape Town. With little bush experience but with many hours of au pairing, teaching English and forming a love for travel, Jemma found herself ...

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on A Londolozi Song ~ “It’s a Feeling”

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Wow! Beautiful. The song touch my heart.

Thank you, it was such a pleasure to be able to do this!

Senior Digital Ranger

That is a beautiful song of Londolozi – evocative words and pictures. Now we need to hear it put to music and sung by the lyricists of Londolozi on the banks of the river at sunset.

Senior Digital Ranger

Ps To my earlier comment: I hadn’t seen there was a sound byte attached to the words! It is absolutely wonderful. Thank you!

What a pleasure!

Reini, Thank you so much for sharing your gift of music with all of us. Your lyrics and the music inspire us and make us long for more time at Londolozi and the magic of that beautiful place!

Absolutely! How special that this place exists and we’re able to enjoy it!

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A wonderful song for a wonderful place!

Jemma, I loved the song🤗

What an inspirational song. Close to all our hearts and those who treasure what mother nature has openly given us to enjoy . Fab Reini 💓🙏

The comments only make it more worthwhile!!

Mahalo. Wonderful way to start my day 12 time zones away!!!

Very creative and beautiful!

Senior Digital Ranger

What a wonderful song! Loved this! Thank you for sharing such a heartfelt sweet composition. Those voices were beautiful and loved the African feel! Fantastic!

Yes, the voices were such fun!! Can’t wait to hear the village choir’s version…

Love the words and the song – Londolozi is a very special place. Thanks for this different blog – totally enjoyed it.

Neil and I sat here at home in Randburg S.A. and thoroughly enjoyed that lovely, catchy song with the definite African beat. We found ourselves happily tapping our feet and swaying in time! I am sure it could easily become a popular hit with wider distribution. How about it, folk? Thanks again for it! Wendy and Neil MacNicol

Thank you for the positive feedback! We sing it around the house 🙂

Absolutely lovely! Well done.

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