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Musics of the earth [electronic resource] : astonishing and rare instruments = Musiques de la terre : instruments surprenants et rares.

Publication:
Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings/Audivis-UNESCO, 1998.
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 online resource (58 minutes)
Series:
Smithsonian Global Sound.
A l'écoute du monde

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Subjects:
Folk music.
Form/Genre:
Folk music.
Contents:
Côte d'ivoire : Music of a guardian spirit (3:52)
Benin : Music in praise of Oru Suru (4:16)
Niger : Pakapaka (1:25)
Central African Republic : Nzombi (:55)
Eci ameya (1:44)
Sudan : Al shammasha (1:57)
Yemen : Hakfat (3:41)
Afghanistan : Chahàrbaiti (2;43)
Badakhshan : Uyman tartur, oyimcha, takanja dandun nars (1:10)
Uzbekistan : Hafif-i sagäh (4:42)
Kurdish music : Mawai wa ragsa (4:13)
India : Svara mandala (3:04)
Laos : Lot fay tay lang (3:07)
Viet nam : Improvised prelud in the modal nuance Bac of the Bac mode followed by the two short pieces Binh ban van and Kim tien (3:21)
Cambodia : Bāt phléng khiong & saray andèt (3:04)
Java : Tarawangsa (4:48)
Bali : Gambang suling (4:49)
Solomon Islands : Faa ta gwouna (1:48)
Brazil : Aije (1:54).
Participant:
Various performers.
Notes:
Includes PDF of liner notes in English with French translation.
Streaming audio files.
Title from resource description page (viewed March 03, 2016).
Contributor:
Alexander Street Press.
Other format:
Original cat. no.: UNES08105
OCLC:
950026476
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.