Various ‎– Music! The Berlin Phonogramm-Archiv (1900-2000)

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Tracklisting Masquer Crédits

Wax Cylinder Recordings (1893-1954) 78:19
Asia
1-1 Unknown Artist "Kham Hom", Performed By A Theater Ensemble From Bangkok. Berlin, 1900
Recorded By – Carl Stumpf
1:57
1-2 Perfecto Balangi "Oggayam" Sung By Perfecto Balangi, A Southern Kalinga. Balatoc, Phillippines, 1934
Recorded By – Jenö Von Takács*Vocals – Perfecto Balangi
1:55
1-3 Unknown Artist "Tedhak Saking", Central Javanese Gamelan Composition. Yogyakarta, Java, 1932
Recorded By – Jaap Kunst
4:49
1-4 Rehana Tyabji Krishna Song, Voice And Flute Imitation By Rehana Tyabji. Baroda, India, 1933
Recorded By – Arnold BlakeVocals, Flute – Rehana Tyabji
3:03
1-5 Abdal Ali Death Lament Of The Kurdish Singer Abdal Ali. Sendshirili, Turkey, 1902
Recorded By – Felix Von LuschanVocals – Abdal Ali
3:55
1-6 Unknown Artist Two Jewish Songs. Yemen, 1931
Lyrics By – Se'adya Ben Amram*Recorded By – Hans Helfritz
2:57
1-7 Unknown Artist Dance Tune Played On The Two-Stringed Fiddle "Qoboz" By Two Professional Uzbek Musicians. Tashkent, Russian Turkestan, 1905
Recorded By – Richard Karutz
2:20
1-8 Unknown Artist Rowing Song Of A Boat's Crew On The Yangzi. Sichuan, China, 1912
Recorded By – Friedrich Weiss
1:53
1-9 Unknown Artist "Ezo Ya Matsumaye", Japanese Folk Song, Niigata, Japan, 1911
Recorded By – Erwin Walter
2:08
1-10 Unknown Artist Beginning Of The "Gagaku" Composition "Etenraku." The Wind Section. Tokyo, Japan, 1911
Recorded By – Heinrich Werkmeister
2:06
Australia / Oceania
1-11 Nyulnyul "Dance Choir With Trill" Of The Nyulnyul. Beagle Bay, Australia, 1910
Recorded By [A Missionary Of The Pallotine Order] – Unknown Artist
2:19
1-12 Baigisa Song Of The "Ujangong" Mask Dance, Sung By The Monumbo Man Baigisa. German New Guinea, 1904
Recorded By – Rudolf PöchVocals – Baigisa
1:23
1-13 Unknown Artist Song Sung By A Man, Recorded In Timbunke. Interlocking Flutes. German New Guinea, 1912
Recorded By – Adolf Roesicke
1:16
1-14 Unknown Artist Song Sung By A Man, Recorded In Timbunke. Interlocking Flutes. German New Guinea, 1912
Recorded By – Adolf Roesicke
2:00
1-15 Dawidi Anam "Tangiboa", Death Lament, Sung By Dawidi Anam. German New Guinea, 1928
Recorded By – Heinrich ZahnVocals – Dawidi Anam
2:36
1-16 Unknown Artist Dance Song "A Uali." Baluan, Admiralty Islands, 1907
Recorded By – Richard Thurnwald
1:02
1-17 Essep Breadfruit Dance Song, Sung By Essep, Island Of Uman. Truk, Micronesia, 1907
Recorded By – Augustin KrämerVocals – Essep
1:18
Africa
1-18 Unknown Artist Bedouin Song, Jabal Harāz, Yemen, 1931
Recorded By – Hans Helfritz
1:28
1-19 Kabyle Bedouin Song, Kabyle Berber, Northeast Algeria, 1927
Recorded By – Robert Lachmann
0:56
1-20 Tuareg (4) Caravan Song Of The Tuareg Of The Sahara. Tunisia (?), 1929
Recorded By – Baron Rodolphe D'Erlanger*
0:58
1-21 Baoulé Three Flute Players And A Singer Of The Atutu (Baule). Abigui, Ivory Coast, 1935
Flute – BaouléRecorded By – Hans Himmelheber
2:22
1-22 Okofu Five Proverbs, Drummed In The Twi Language By Okofu From Logba. Togo, 1905
Drums – OkofuRecorded By – Lieutenant Smend*
1:28
1-23 Unknown Artist Music For The "Lela" Celebration. Four Flutes And Singing. Bali, Cameroon, 1908
Recorded By – Bernhard Ankermann
2:14
1-24 Luba (2) Vessel Flute Music, Played By Two Luba Musicians. Luebo, Kete Region, Congo, 1906
Flute – Luba (2)Recorded By – Leo Frobenius
2:19
1-25 Ngangela Music Of The "Cisanzi" Board Lamellophone, Played By A Ngangela Or Cokwe Musician. Central Angolan Highlands, 1913
Kalimba – NgangelaRecorded By – Alfred Schachtzabel
1:43
1-26 Bahutu* "Amahoro Meéza", Sung By The Bahutu Women Of Maraangara (Gitarama). Rwanda, 1907/08
Recorded By – Jan Czekanowski
1:57
1-27 Azande* Song Of The Zande. Southwestern Sudan, 1928
Recorded By – Edward E. Evans-Pritchard
1:52
1-28 Azande* Song Of The Zande. Southwestern Sudan, 1928
Recorded By – Edward E. Evans-Pritchard
1:09
1-29 Bondei Xylophone Piece Of The Bondei, Played On The "Vilangwi" Xylophone. Tanga, Tanganyika, 1903
Recorded By – Carl Meinhof
2:35
The Americas
1-30 Nlaka'pamux Dance Song Of The Thompson River Indians. British Columbia, 1897
Recorded By – Franz Boas
1:26
1-31 Hopi (2) Eagle Song Of The Hopi Indians. Arizona. Berlin, 1906
Recorded By – Otto Abraham
2:09
1-32 Leocadio Enriquez "Mitote" Singing Of The Cora Indian Leocadio Enriquez. Jesús María, Mexico, 1905/06
Recorded By – Konrad Theodor PreußVocals – Leocadio Enriquez
1:53
1-33 Taulipang Song For The "Parischera" Dance Of The Taulipang. Northeast Brazil/South Venezuela, 1911
Recorded By – Theodor Koch-Grünberg
1:40
1-34 Chiriguano Song Of A Chiriguano Indian From Bolivia. San Pedro De Jujuy, Argentina, 1906
Recorded By – Robert Lehmann-Nitsche
0:59
1-35 Masemikens Pedro "Song From The Youth Initiation," Sung By The Yámana Indian Masemikens Pedro. Mellijones, Tiera Del Fuego, Chile, 1903
Recorded By – Martin GusindeVocals – Masemikens Pedro
2:27
Europe
1-36 Various Two "Tvísöngvar" From Iceland, 1928
Recorded By – Jón LeifsVocals – Gísli Stefánsson, Sigurðour Gunnarsson, Vilhjálmur Sigurðarson
0:40
1-37 Various Two "Tvísöngvar" From North Iceland, 1928
Recorded By – Jón LeifsVocals – Gísli Stefánsson, Sigurðour Gunnarsson, Vilhjálmur Sigurðarson
1:10
1-38 Unknown Artist Two Instrumental Pieces, Played By A "Skudučiai" Ensemble. Parish Jūžintai, Northeast Lithuania, 1909
Recorded By – Eduard Wolter
1:00
1-39 Unknown Artist Two Instrumental Pieces, Played By A "Skudučiai" Ensemble. Parish Jūžintai, Northeast Lithuania, 1909
Recorded By – Eduard Wolter
0:48
1-40 Michał Kulawiak Polish Folk Song, Sung By Michał Kulawiak. Poland, 1930
Recorded By – Łucjan Kamieński
2:01
1-41 Various Song From The Böhmerwald. Neuern, Czechoslovakian Republic, 1931
Recorded By – Mieczysław KolinskiVocals – Franz Fritz, Franz Wesselak, Hans Hackl
0:44
1-42 Christiane Marrak Sorbian Spinning Room Song, Sung By Christiane Marrak. Burg, Germany, 1907
Recorded By – Erich M. Von HornbostelVocals – Christiane Marrak
1:24
Tape Recordings - Monophonic (1951-1974) 76:28
Asia
2-1 Mehmet Bayraktar Instrumental Narration, Played On The Duct Flute "Düdük". Mehmet Bayraktar, Antakya, Turkey, 1956
Flute [Düdük] – Mehmet BayraktarRecorded By – Dieter Christensen, Kurt Reinhard
3:46
2-2 Seyid Ahmet "Qaside," Sung By Seyid Ahmet Of Şırnak. Hakkari, Turkey, 1965
Recorded By – Dieter ChristensenVocals – Seyid Ahmet
4:08
2-3 Mukhtar 'Ārif Ijnād "Atābā", Sung And Accompanied On The Spike Fiddle "Rabāb" By Mukhtar 'Ārif Ijnād. Wint Al-Rihān, Syria, 1974
Recorded By – Ekkehart RoylVocals, Fiddle [Rabāb] – Mukhtar 'Ārif Ijnād
3:11
2-4 Jeries Nimir "Taksim" In "Maqām Nahāwand", Played On The Short-Necked Lute "Al-'ūd" By Jeries Nimir. Nazareth, Israel, 1967
Lute [Al-'ūd] – Jeries NimirRecorded By – Habib Hassan Touma
7:07
2-5 Various Two Instrumental Pieces Played On The "Zïbïzga" (Flute) And The "Dombra" (Lute) By The Uigur Musicians Sarkat And Toktagan. Istanbul, Turkey, 1955
Flute [Zïbïzga] – SarkatLute [Dombra] – ToktaganRecorded By – Dieter Christensen, Kurt Reinhard
1:16
2-6 Various Two Instrumental Pieces Played On The "Zïbïzga" (Flute) And The "Dombra" (Lute) By The Uigur Musicians Sarkat And Toktagan. Istanbul, Turkey, 1955
Flute [Zïbïzga] – SarkatLute [Dombra] – ToktaganRecorded By – Dieter Christensen, Kurt Reinhard
2:07
2-7 Sugimoto Kikue "Goze" Singer Sugimoto Kikue Accompanies Herself On The "Shamisen." Takada, Japan, 1964
Recorded By – Eta Harich-SchneiderShamisen, Vocals – Sugimoto Kikue
4:15
Oceania
2-8 Anga Initiation Song And Jew's Harp Piece Of The Anga. Village Of Seseli, Banir River
Recorded By – Hans Fischer
0:51
2-9 Anga Initiation Song And Jew's Harp Piece Of The Anga. Village Of Seseli, Banir River, New Guinea, 1968
Recorded By – Hans Fischer
1:39
2-10 Unknown Artist Dance Song For Initiation. Moeneu, Santa Cruz Archipelago, 1967
Recorded By – Gerd Koch
4:10
Africa
2-11 Various "Mawwāl" And Nubian Song. Cairo, Egypt, 1955
Clarinet [Arghūl Kebīr] – Rif'at As-SayyidFlute [Sibs] – Muhammad Rif'atRecorded By – Charles Gregor, Hans HickmannVocals – 'Abd Al-Hamīd Al-Gherbāwī
3:03
2-12 Various "Mawwāl" And Nubian Song. Cairo, Egypt, 1955
Clarinet [Arghūl Kebīr] – Rif'at As-SayyidFlute [Sibs] – Muhammad Rif'atRecorded By – Charles Gregor, Hans HickmannVocals – 'Abd Al-Hamīd Al-Gherbāwī
5:12
2-13 Buduma Song Of The Harp Player Kali Of The Buduma. Lake Chad Island Of N'guya, Tchad, 1962
Recorded By – Fritz Bückner, Walter Konrad
2:35
2-14 Hausa Dance Of The Hausa Girls With Drumming. Anka, Northern Nigeria, 1961
Recorded By – Kurt Krieger
4:30
2-15 Magogo KaDinuzulu Zulu Songs Accompanied By The Musical Bow "Ugubhu," Sung And Played By Princess KaDinuzulu. Village Of Mahlabatini, South Africa, 1968
Recorded By – Horst UhligVocals, Performer [Musical Bow - Ugubhu] – Magogo KaDinuzulu
2:10
2-16 Ntshambo Thole "Ntete", Musical Piece For A Mouth-Resonated Bow, Played By The Msena Musician Ntshambo Thole. Village Of Chambuluka, Lower Shire Valley, Malaŵi, 1967
Recorded By – Gerhard Kubik, Maurice DjendaVocals, Performer [Musical Bow - Nyakatangali] – Ntshambo Thole
3:07
2-17 Bavuma Boat Song. Island Of Buvuma, Lake Victoria, Uganda, 1970
Recorded By – Jürgen Jensen
2:58
2-18 Bavuma Boat Song. Island Of Buvuma, Lake Victoria, Uganda, 1970
Recorded By – Jürgen Jensen
1:58
2-19 Borana Two Haunting Songs Of The Borana-Galla. Southern Ethiopia, 1951
Recorded By – Eike Haberland
1:19
2-20 Borana Haunting Song Of The Borana-Galla. Southern Ethiopia
Recorded By – Eike Haberland
0:54
South America
2-21 Olamihû "News Chant" Of The Waika Indian Olamihu. Upper Orinoco, Venezuela, 1954
Recorded By – Meinhard Schuster, Otto ZerriesVocals – Olamihû
1:52
2-22 Unknown Artist Music For An "Ayarichi" Dance, Played On Panpipes And Drums. Department Of Chuquisaca, Bolivia, 1958
Recorded By – Hans Dietrich Disselhoff
3:27
Europe
2-23 Various Three "Yoiks" Of The Sami. Karasjok, Norway, 1956
Recorded By – Wolfgang MunserVocals – Eriksen Mollesjok, Per Hætta
1:06
2-24 Various Three "Yoiks" Of The Sami. Karasjok, Norway, 1956
Recorded By – Wolfgang MunserVocals – Eriksen Mollesjok, Per Hætta
1:06
2-25 Various Three "Yoiks" Of The Sami. Karasjok, Norway, 1956
Recorded By – Wolfgang MunserVocals – Eriksen Mollesjok, Per Hætta
0:51
2-26 Various Historical Song Performed By Ramë Nikqi (28), Hysen Nikqi (1925) And Ramë Nikqi (31). Rugovo, Kosovo, 1959
Vocals – Hysen Nikqi, Ramë Nikqi*
3:58
2-27 Various Easter Song, Sung By Rista Mirčeska And Duda Nikodinoska. Bituse, Macedonia, 1974
Recorded By – Susanne ZieglerVocals – Duda Nikodinoska, Rista Mirčeska
2:12
2-28 Heinrich Baronner Ensemble "Zwiefacher," Played By The Ensemble Of Heinrich Baronner. Aichach, Upper Bavaria, Germany, 1967
Conductor – Heinrich BaronnerEnsemble – Heinrich Baronner EnsembleRecorded By – Felix Hoerburger
1:38
Tape Recordings - Stereophonic (Field) (1967-2000) 76:00
Asia
3-1 Goong Gambelan Ajeng Music Of The "Gamelan Ajeng". Village Of Buher, Karawang, West-Java, Indonesia, 1981
Ensemble – Goong Gambelan AjengRecorded By – Gutama Soegijo*
12:07
3-2 Jegog Jayus "Jegog" Music, Played By The Ensemble "Jegog Jayus" From The Village Of Sangkaragung, Northwestern Bali, Indonesia, 1995
Ensemble – Jegog JayusRecorded By – Martin Ramstedt
4:17
3-3 Tigwa Manobo* Dance Song Of The Tigwa Manobo, Accompanied On The Tube Zither And The Boat Lute. Village Of SItio Kisayab, San Fernando, Bukidnon, Philippines, 1993
Lute [Kuglung] – Datu AlibudbudRecorded By – Hans BrandeisVocals, Zither [Salurey] – Pamana
3:20
3-4 Various Praise Song Of The Royal Power. "Pat Pyo", Composed By Myawaddy Mingyi U Sa. Rangoon, Myanmar/Burma, 2000
Composed By – Myawaddy Mingyi U SaCymbal [Lingwin] – U Aung WinCymbal [Si Ne Wa] – U Maung Maung HtutDrums [Pat Waing] – U Sein KalarDrums [Patma, Chauk Lon Pat] – U Myint KyiDrums [Si Doe] – U Khin HlaingGong [Kyi Maung] – U Aung UOboe [Hne] – U Aung OhnRecorded By – Gretel Schwörer-KohlVocals – Daw Tin Tim
4:20
3-5 Various "South Vietnamese Music Of The Talented". Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 1999
Fiddle [Cờ] – Út TỵFlute [Sáo] – Đoạn Văn DũngGuitar [Ghita Phím Lõm] – Phạm Văn MônLute [Đàn Kim], Percussion [Song Lang] – Trương Văn TừRecorded By – Gisa JähnichenVocals – Cao Thị ThắngZither [Dânh Tranh] – Vũy Chỗ
4:42
3-6 Heishan "Aacigu" ('Mountain Song'), Sung By The Aini Heishan. Yuennan, China, 1990
Recorded By – Edda Brandes, Shu-chi LeeVocals – Heishan
1:14
3-7 Unknown Artist "Qurbah." Bagpipe Music Performed At A Wedding. Group Of Sa'īd Shinīn Of Ṣallān, Ṣohār, Recorded In Majīs, Wilāyah Ṣohār, Oman, 1990
Recorded By – Dieter Christensen
4:46
Oceania
3-8 Eipo Music From The Highland Region Of Western New Guinea (Irian Jaya). Excerpt From A Great Dance Festival In Munggona (Eipomek), 1976
Recorded By – Artur Simon
4:49
3-9 Yali Christmas Dance Of The Yali. Missionary Station Angguruk, Western New Guinea, 1975
Recorded By – Ekkehart Royl
2:44
Africa
3-10 Berta Gera Esharbeh - Two Compositions Played By "Waza" Trumpet Ensembles Of The Berta. Villages Of Mitinjalo Near Qessan And Uffud El-Tom, Sudan, 1982
Recorded By – Artur Simon
2:52
3-11 Berta Asa Musa Iadoiya - Two Compositions Played By "Waza" Trumpet Ensembles Of The Berta. Villages Of Mitinjalo Near Qessan And Uffud El-Tom, Sudan, 1982
Recorded By – Artur Simon
1:54
3-12 Mwirugavu Yalyaki Nkwanzi Group The Mwirugavu Yalyaki Nkwanzi Group. Ensemble Music For Panpipes And Xylophone. Village Of Namisambia I, Bugosa District, Uganda, 2000
Panpipes – Mwirugavu Yalyaki Nkwanzi GroupRecorded By – Moya A. Malamusi
4:11
3-13 Ganga Kura "Shi Kalaksai", Praise Music Played By The "Ganga Kura" Ensemble Of The Shehu Of Borno. Maidiguri, Nigeria, 1991
Ensemble – Ganga KuraRecorded By – Raimund Vogels
3:19
The Americas
3-14 The Rising Youth "Reel", Played By The Ensemble "The Rising Youth". Tobago, 1995
Ensemble – The Rising YouthRecorded By – Andreas Meyer (3)
3:15
3-15 Kallawaya "Phukuna" Panflute Ensemble ("Kantu") Of The Kallawayas. Charazani, Bolivia, 1983
Recorded By – Max Peter Baumann
5:02
Europe
3-16 Various "Caramelles De Nadal", Christmas Songs. San Jorge, Eivissa (Ibiza), Spain, 1978
Flute, Drums – Pep MuceñasRecorded By – Manuel TrökesVocals, Castanets, Performer [Sword Blade] – Francisco Margali, Juan Margali
4:14
3-17 Various "Boche 'e Notte", "Tenores" Singing. Bitti, Sardinia, 1988
Recorded By – Bożena MuszjakskaTenor Vocals – Daniele Cosellu*, Piero Sanna, Saltavore Bandinu, Tencredi Tucconi
5:11
3-18 Various "Shavi Shashvi" ("The Black Trush"). Three-Part Vocal Polyphony From Guria, Georgia, 1991
Recorded By – Susanne ZieglerVocals – Avtandil Makharadze, Otar Berdzenishvili, Wazha Gogoladze
3:44
Tape Recordings - Stereophonic (Concert) (1973-2000) 72:28
Asia
4-1 The Banjar Gruppe "Ortsende", Paul Gutama Soegijo And The Banjar Gruppe. Berlin, Germany, 1973
Composed By – Paul Gutama SoegijoPerformer – The Banjar Gruppe
4:11
4-2 Various "Kripaju", A Composition By Tyāgarāja In Rāgam Chajatharangini And Tālam Aditālam, Performed By Rajeswari Padmanabhan, Karaikkudi S. Subramanian And Tanjore Upendran From Madras, India, 1975
Composed By – Tyāgarāja*Mridangam – Tanjore UpendranVeena – Karaikkudi S. Subramanian, Rajeswari Padmanabhan
4:12
4-3 Various "Khyāl" In "Rāg Mishra Bhairavi," Sung By Sulochana Yajurvedi Brahaspati And Accompanied By Inder Lal Dhandra, India, 1981
Sarangi [Sārangī] – Inder Lal DhandraTabla [Tablā] – Maqbool H. Al QureshiTambura [Tanpura] – Armod VardhanVocals – Sulochana Yajurvedi Brahaspati
9:52
4-4 Trân Quang Hải* Solo Piece For The Vietnamese Zither "Đàn Tranh", Performed By Trân Quang Hải, Paris, 1985
Zither [Đàn Tranh] – Trân Quang Hải*
5:49
4-5 Liang Tsai-p'ing* Solo Piece For The Chinese Zither "Zheng", Composed And Performed By Liang Tsai-p'ing, Taiwan, 1979
Composed By, Zither [Zheng] – Liang Tsai-p'ing*
7:43
4-6 Munir Bahir* "Taqsīm" On The Arabian Lute "Al-'ūd," Played By Munir Bahir, Iraq, 1983
Oud [Al-'ūd] – Munir Bahir*
6:42
Africa
4-7 "Mizmār Baladī" Ensemble Music Of The "Mizmār Baladī" Ensemble From Upper Egypt, 1977
Ensemble – "Mizmār Baladī" Ensemble
8:29
4-8 Munnina Mint Eleya "Madīḥ Nabawī" ("Praise Of The Prophet") Performed By Munnina Mint Eleya And Her Griot Ensemble From Mauretania, 1978
Performer – Munnina Mint Eleya
10:30
4-9 Evaristo Muyinda Historical Song, Sung To The Bowl Lyre "Endongo", By Evaristo Muyinda From Kampala, Uganda, 1983
Vocals, Lyre [Endongo] – Evaristo Muyinda
3:41
4-10 Donald Kachamba's Kwela Band "Mama Elisa, Played By Donald Kachamba's Kwela Band From Malaŵi, 1981
Ensemble – Donald Kachamba's Kwela Band
3:13
4-11 Kwame Osei Korankye Introductoy Song, Sung And Played On The Bridge Harp "Seperewa" By Kwame Osei Korankye From Ghana, 1999
Vocals, Harp [Seperewa] – Kwame Osei Korankye
3:08
4-12 The Bambala Traditional Group Music For "Kete" Drums, Played By The Bambala Traditional Group From Ghana/Köln, Germany, 1999
Ensemble – The Bambala Traditional Group
4:56

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From the back cover:
"Music" - what different meanings this word can have in the various cultures of the world! The compact discs provide a taste of the fascination of the phenomenon of music. They cover a century of the world music from five continents, saved on wax cynlinders, analogue and digital audio tape. The musical heritage of the world - today it still resonates in institutions like the Berlin Phonogramm-Archiv."

Compact discs in two jewel cases with a 284-page booklet housed in a large illustrated cardboard sleeve.

Published by Ethnologisches Museum - Musikethnologie/Phonogramm-Archiv - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz (SMPK)
Museum Collection Berlin - Memory of the World

(P) + (C) 2000 WERGO, a div. of Schott Music & Media GmbH, Mainz, Germany
Made in Germany.

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  • Other (SPARS Code): ADD / DDD
  • Label Code: LC 06356
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