- Title:Field Recordings Of Dutch Ethnomusicologists 1938-2000
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Fieldrecordings of Dutch Ethnomusicologists, 1938 - 2000 - Moluccas: Oh Beilohy, Birma: Zawgyi, Eriopus: Vlakic Folksong, Sygkathistos and 19 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Fieldrecordings of Dutch Ethnomusicologists, 1938 - 2000 tracks. Moluccas: Oh Beilohy.
Album: Fieldrecordings of Dutch Ethnomusicologists, 1938 - 2000. Download Enselmble Dolgan, Mark van Tongeren - Kalmukia: Kök Tengs. Fieldrecordings of Dutch Ethnomusicologists, 1938 - 2000: Best 2 songs. Fred Gales, Nang La - Laos: Luuk Kam Pla 04:04. Bernard Kleikamp, Kyriakos Neofitou, Michaelis Michaeldis, Neofitos Armeftis - Cyprus: A) Paphitissa, B) Avogoritissa, C) Paralimnitissa 04:00. Album: Fieldrecordings of Dutch Ethnomusicologists, 1938 - 2000
The Netherlands has multiple musical traditions. Contemporary Dutch popular music (Nederpop) is heavily influenced by music styles that emerged in the 1950s, in the United Kingdom and United States. The style is sung in both Dutch and English. Some of the latter exponents, such as Golden Earring and Shocking Blue, have attained worldwide fame. Another popular genre of Dutch music is known as "Levenslied", meaning "Song of/about life"
Arnold Bake - Sri Lanka: Hadaga Fieldrecordings of Dutch Ethnomusicologists, 1938 - 2000, 2003 01:53.
I know field recordings seem pretty esoteric, and to some extent I guess they are. Record labels and ethnologists started recording ethnic communities in the 1920s and ’30s. The selection below is an assortment of African recordings made in the field. All Gbaya people participate in communal singing and dancing and play various instruments from when a young age. Various Instrumental Music Of The Kalahari San (Folkways Records, 1982).
Recordings in this collection can be played by anyone. This is a series of interviews with leading ethnomusicologists, about their lives working in the field of ethnomusicology. Long description: Recordings in this collection can be played by anyone. The speakers in this series, most of whom are or have been active members of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology, discuss their early musical influences and how they came to be interested in World and Traditional Music. Donald Tayler and Brian Moser’s recordings in Columbia.
The ethnographers making recordings in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries sometimes indicated their belief that they were preserving aspects of cultures soon to disappear. Various circumstances, including widespread programs intended to assimilate Indian children, were expected to create future generations of native peoples who spoke only English.
|1||–Arnold Bake||Sri Lanka: Kalamaitu (Katawa)||3:47|
|2||–Arnold Bake||Sri Lanka: Hadaga||1:53|
|3||–Bart Barendregt||West-Sumatra: Hanyuik Saratau||3:07|
|4||–Jan Van Belle||Afghanistan: Zolf-E Kashâlak||6:04|
|5||–Bartolomé Duysens||Venezuela: Amazonas Rap||3:40|
|6||–Fred Gales||Laos: Luuk Kam Pla||4:04|
|7||–Rokus de Groot||India: Mâî Mhâre Supanâ||3:45|
|8||–Bernard Kleikamp||Cyprus: A) Paphitissa / B) Avogoritissa / C) Paralimnitissa||4:01|
|9||–Frank Kouwenhoven||Yunnan, Southern China: Solo on Yueqin||2:24|
|10||–Frank Kouwenhoven||Yunnan, Southern China: Yunnan Love Song||2:53|
|11||–Ad Linkels||Tuvalu: Se a Te Uiga O Te Alofa||5:50|
|12||–Nienke Muurling||Mali: Kalajula Fasa||4:54|
|13||–Elisabeth Den Otter||Birma: Zawgyi||2:47|
|14||–Gijs Schneemann||Siberut: Urai 'Nangnagin'||6:52|
|15||–Rein Spoorman||Moluccas: Oh Beilohy||5:40|
|16||–Wouter Swets||Eriopus: Vlakic Folksong / Sygkathistos||3:53|
|17||–Mark van Tongeren||Kalmukia, South Ruissia: Shavashi "Egg On"||1:52|
|18||–Mark van Tongeren||Kalmukia: Kök Tengs||3:14|
|19||–Wim van Zanten||Malawi: Malume a Mwana||3:52|
- Producer, Mastered By, Edited By, Design – Rein Spoorman
Notes24-pages booklet included, text in English.
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