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Couverture de l'album Music! The Berlin Phonogramm-Archiv (1900-2000) (Compilation, Mono)

VariousMusic! The Berlin Phonogramm-Archiv (1900-2000)

Label:
WERGO – SM 1701 2
Format:
2 x CD, Compilation, Mono
2 x CD, Compilation
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Wax Cylinder Recordings (1893-1954)1:18:19
Asia
1-1Unknown Artist"Kham Hom", Performed By A Theater Ensemble From Bangkok. Berlin, 1900
Recorded ByCarl Stumpf
1:57
1-2Perfecto Balangi"Oggayam" Sung By Perfecto Balangi, A Southern Kalinga. Balatoc, Phillippines, 1934
Recorded ByJenö Von Takács*
VocalsPerfecto Balangi
1:55
1-3Unknown Artist"Tedhak Saking", Central Javanese Gamelan Composition. Yogyakarta, Java, 1932
Recorded ByJaap Kunst
4:49
1-4Rehana TyabjiKrishna Song, Voice And Flute Imitation By Rehana Tyabji. Baroda, India, 1933
Recorded ByArnold Blake
Vocals, FluteRehana Tyabji
3:03
1-5Abdal AliDeath Lament Of The Kurdish Singer Abdal Ali. Sendshirili, Turkey, 1902
Recorded ByFelix Von Luschan
VocalsAbdal Ali
3:55
1-6Unknown ArtistTwo Jewish Songs. Yemen, 1931
Lyrics BySe'adya Ben Amram*
Recorded ByHans Helfritz
2:57
1-7Unknown ArtistDance Tune Played On The Two-Stringed Fiddle "Qoboz" By Two Professional Uzbek Musicians. Tashkent, Russian Turkestan, 1905
Recorded ByRichard Karutz
2:20
1-8Unknown ArtistRowing Song Of A Boat's Crew On The Yangzi. Sichuan, China, 1912
Recorded ByFriedrich Weiss
1:53
1-9Unknown Artist"Ezo Ya Matsumaye", Japanese Folk Song, Niigata, Japan, 1911
Recorded ByErwin Walter
2:08
1-10Unknown ArtistBeginning Of The "Gagaku" Composition "Etenraku." The Wind Section. Tokyo, Japan, 1911
Recorded ByHeinrich Werkmeister
2:06
Australia / Oceania
1-11Nyulnyul"Dance Choir With Trill" Of The Nyulnyul. Beagle Bay, Australia, 1910
Recorded By [A Missionary Of The Pallotine Order]Unknown Artist
2:19
1-12BaigisaSong Of The "Ujangong" Mask Dance, Sung By The Monumbo Man Baigisa. German New Guinea, 1904
Recorded ByRudolf Pöch
VocalsBaigisa
1:23
1-13Unknown ArtistSong Sung By A Man, Recorded In Timbunke. Interlocking Flutes. German New Guinea, 1912
Recorded ByAdolf Roesicke
1:16
1-14Unknown ArtistSong Sung By A Man, Recorded In Timbunke. Interlocking Flutes. German New Guinea, 1912
Recorded ByAdolf Roesicke
2:00
1-15Dawidi Anam"Tangiboa", Death Lament, Sung By Dawidi Anam. German New Guinea, 1928
Recorded ByHeinrich Zahn
VocalsDawidi Anam
2:36
1-16Unknown ArtistDance Song "A Uali." Baluan, Admiralty Islands, 1907
Recorded ByRichard Thurnwald
1:02
1-17EssepBreadfruit Dance Song, Sung By Essep, Island Of Uman. Truk, Micronesia, 1907
Recorded ByAugustin Krämer
VocalsEssep
1:18
Africa
1-18Unknown ArtistBedouin Song, Jabal Harāz, Yemen, 1931
Recorded ByHans Helfritz
1:28
1-19KabyleBedouin Song, Kabyle Berber, Northeast Algeria, 1927
Recorded ByRobert Lachmann
0:56
1-20Tuareg (4)Caravan Song Of The Tuareg Of The Sahara. Tunisia (?), 1929
Recorded ByBaron Rodolphe D'Erlanger*
0:58
1-21BaouléThree Flute Players And A Singer Of The Atutu (Baule). Abigui, Ivory Coast, 1935
FluteBaoulé
Recorded ByHans Himmelheber
2:22
1-22OkofuFive Proverbs, Drummed In The Twi Language By Okofu From Logba. Togo, 1905
DrumsOkofu
Recorded ByLieutenant Smend*
1:28
1-23Unknown ArtistMusic For The "Lela" Celebration. Four Flutes And Singing. Bali, Cameroon, 1908
Recorded ByBernhard Ankermann
2:14
1-24Luba (2)Vessel Flute Music, Played By Two Luba Musicians. Luebo, Kete Region, Congo, 1906
FluteLuba (2)
Recorded ByLeo Frobenius
2:19
1-25NgangelaMusic Of The "Cisanzi" Board Lamellophone, Played By A Ngangela Or Cokwe Musician. Central Angolan Highlands, 1913
KalimbaNgangela
Recorded ByAlfred Schachtzabel
1:43
1-26Bahutu*"Amahoro Meéza", Sung By The Bahutu Women Of Maraangara (Gitarama). Rwanda, 1907/08
Recorded ByJan Czekanowski
1:57
1-27Azande*Song Of The Zande. Southwestern Sudan, 19281:52
1-28Azande*Song Of The Zande. Southwestern Sudan, 19281:09
1-29BondeiXylophone Piece Of The Bondei, Played On The "Vilangwi" Xylophone. Tanga, Tanganyika, 1903
Recorded ByCarl Meinhof
2:35
The Americas
1-30Nlaka'pamuxDance Song Of The Thompson River Indians. British Columbia, 1897
Recorded ByFranz Boas
1:26
1-31Hopi (2)Eagle Song Of The Hopi Indians. Arizona. Berlin, 1906
Recorded ByOtto Abraham
2:09
1-32Leocadio Enriquez"Mitote" Singing Of The Cora Indian Leocadio Enriquez. Jesús María, Mexico, 1905/06
Recorded ByKonrad Theodor Preuß
1:53
1-33TaulipangSong For The "Parischera" Dance Of The Taulipang. Northeast Brazil/South Venezuela, 1911
Recorded ByTheodor Koch-Grünberg
1:40
1-34ChiriguanoSong Of A Chiriguano Indian From Bolivia. San Pedro De Jujuy, Argentina, 1906
Recorded ByRobert Lehmann-Nitsche
0:59
1-35Masemikens Pedro"Song From The Youth Initiation," Sung By The Yámana Indian Masemikens Pedro. Mellijones, Tiera Del Fuego, Chile, 1903
Recorded ByMartin Gusinde
VocalsMasemikens Pedro
2:27
Europe
1-36VariousTwo "Tvísöngvar" From Iceland, 19280:40
1-37VariousTwo "Tvísöngvar" From North Iceland, 19281:10
1-38Unknown ArtistTwo Instrumental Pieces, Played By A "Skudučiai" Ensemble. Parish Jūžintai, Northeast Lithuania, 1909
Recorded ByEduard Wolter
1:00
1-39Unknown ArtistTwo Instrumental Pieces, Played By A "Skudučiai" Ensemble. Parish Jūžintai, Northeast Lithuania, 1909
Recorded ByEduard Wolter
0:48
1-40Michał KulawiakPolish Folk Song, Sung By Michał Kulawiak. Poland, 1930
Recorded ByŁucjan Kamieński
2:01
1-41VariousSong From The Böhmerwald. Neuern, Czechoslovakian Republic, 19310:44
1-42Christiane MarrakSorbian Spinning Room Song, Sung By Christiane Marrak. Burg, Germany, 1907
Recorded ByErich M. Von Hornbostel
1:24
Tape Recordings - Monophonic (1951-1974)1:16:28
Asia
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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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  • Code du label: LC 06356
  • SPARS CODE: ADD / DDD
  • Société des droits d'auteur: GEMA

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