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VariousMusic In The World Of Islam

Label:Tangent Records (2) – TBX 601
Series:Music In The World Of Islam
Format:
6 x Vinyl, LP
Box Set, Compilation
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Folk, World, & Country
Style:Folk, Field Recording

Tracklist

1: The Human Voice
A1Unknown ArtistUntitled (Recitation Of Verses Of The Qu'ran)
A2Unknown ArtistDhikr (Remembrance)
A3Habibola HalikaHouri
A4Unknown ArtistUntitled (Bedouin Wedding Songs)
A5Jabr Bin Husein*Ghazal
A6Amir MohammedGurdum Gurdum
Lute [Tambur]Baba Hakim
A7Rasha'ida*Untitled
A8Unknown ArtistHaddadi
LeaderSalim Alan*
B1Wasimxzama Khan NaseriKavali
B2Dunya YunisAbu Zeluf
B3Unknown ArtistUntitled (Leader / Chorus Song)
B4Mehein Fin Baqid Dahai Fin Baqid, Hateim Atiya Khalil Sayed, Dahai Fin BaqidRadha / Ga's
B5Aqi PishakUntitled (Love Song)
B6Unknown ArtistTahlil
2: Lutes
C1Salman ShukurTaqsim In Maqam Iraq
C2Sultan HamidTaqsim In Maqam Hejaz / Saut / Nazla In Maqam Rost
C3Aboubekr ZergaHausi In Makam Iraq
C4Hussein Ali Zodeh*Tar Solo
D1Baba HakimTambur
D2Unknown ArtistUntitled
D3Erol SayinTaksim In Makam Nishaburek
D4Jalal Zur Fonun*Solo In Dastgah Af-shari
D5Khan Mohammad - Aqi Pishak - Mohammad Omar (2)Wedding Song (In Uzbek)
3: Strings
E1Jalal Khan, Mishri Khan, Abdul RahimSaroz Solo / Sher
E2Bashir Hasjim Al-Rajab*Qanun Solo In Maqam Kurd
E3Juma Tad Semahin, Abdou BadjeRabab / Gogue Solo
E4Abdullah MohammadRababa Solo
E5Pyara KhanKamaycha
E6Aydemir CerdetKemence Karadenis
F1Unknown ArtistRabab
F2Parvis MeshkotianSantur Solo
F3Asmari Baharu QenyeMasengo
F4Hadji OuledTambura
F5Hasan Ali Al-Naqib*Joza Solo
F6Aladin*, Nur Mohammad, Shumar KhanMakino
4: Flutes & Trumpets
G1Kammo KhanLahara
G2Unknown ArtistWedding Procession
G3Niyazi Sayin*Untitled
G4Unknown ArtistUntitled
G5Unknown ArtistUntitled
G6Nubarak Ali, Rehmat Khan, Jalit HussainLangaga Patanchanada
H1Unknown ArtistUntitled
H2Unknown ArtistUntitled
H3Samad Khan, Baluch KhanDehi Sher
H4Unknown ArtistHadra
H5Hassan Naheed*Untitled
H6Unknown ArtistPodina
5: Reeds & Bagpipes
I1Pempa, Sakar Khan, Ismail KaralenizPanihari
I2Ismail KaralenizMey
I3Rajab Bin Khamis*Jirbe
I4Unknown ArtistMusic For Formal Classic Dance
I5QashqaiKarna
I6TaghanDil-Tyuduk
I7Unknown ArtistWedding Procession
I8Emilio Ruffo, Dominico RuffoSaltarello
J1Mustafa PelibasTulum
J2Karo Batak*Music To Call Spirits
J3a and J3bMahmood Ali Ibrahim*, Hassan Farhat*Sheperd's Song From Syria
J4Unknown ArtistPoonzuk
J5Pempa, Sakar Khan, Ismail KaralenizGhoomar
J6Unknown ArtistDance Music Played On The Zamr
6: Drums & Rhythms
K1Unknown ArtistUntitled
K2Orchestra Of The Sultan Of DossoUntitled (Marks Beginning Of Friday, The Day Of Rest)
K3Unknown ArtistUntitled (Dance Music)
K4Awal OrganisationUntitled ('Id Festival Song)
K5aMisri KhanChang Solo
K5bMisri Khan With Baluchi MusiciansUntitled
K6Unknown ArtistDar Ajmar Fil Hala (Adhari; Pearl Divers Night Song)
L1Unknown ArtistUntitled
L2Unknown ArtistUntitled
L3Unknown ArtistDindoun
L4Mohammad Ismaili*, Faromarz Payvar*Untitled
L5Unknown ArtistAyala (War Dance)
L6Unknown ArtistUntitled
L7Unknown ArtistUntitled (Circumcision Announcement)
L8Unknown ArtistUntitled
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Released around the same time as the exhibition "Music and Musical Instruments in the World of Islam" at the Horniman Museum, London (6th April to 6th October 1976). There's also a 104-page book, also titled "Music and Musical Instruments in the World of Islam", written by the compilers of the albums: Jean Jenkins and Poul Rovsing Olsen. Some copies of the box set might have been sold together with the book, but it seems not to have been an integral part of the set - the box is not deep enough for both LPs and book to sit comfortably inside.

The 6 records in the box were also released separately:
TGS 131 - Music In The World Of Islam, 1: The Human Voice
TGS 132 - Music In The World Of Islam, 2: Lutes
TGS 133 - Music In The World Of Islam, 3: Strings
TGS 134 - Music In The World Of Islam, 4: Flutes & Trumpets
TGS 135 - Music In The World Of Islam, 5 : Reeds & Bagpipes
TGS 136 - الموسيقى في العالم الإسلامي: الإيقاعات والطبول = Music In The World Of Islam, 6: Drums & Rhythms

"DISTRIBUTED IN THE U.K. BY POLYDOR LIMITED" in white text in a black surround at rear right of sleeves and at bottom of labels.
Ttrack A5 is an addendum - information on this track is in a separate block of text to the left of the listing for A5 on the rear of the sleeve for TGS 131. On some copies (presumably earlier ones) this is printed on a sticker, on other copies it's printed directly on the sleeve. Due to this addendum the numbering on the sleeve for the subsequent A side tracks is different to the numbering here.

Track A1 sung by members of a religious brotherhood from Al-Ateuf, Saharan region near Ghardaia, Algeria. This track is used by Brian Eno and David Byrne for their track called "Qu'ran" from the album "My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts" (1981).
Track A2 is a Sufi ceremony performed by members of the Guneydiyah Sect from Fayoum Oasis, Egypt.
Track A3 is recorded in Sanandaj, Kurdistan, Iran.
Track A4 sung antiphonally by two groups of women in an encampment in the south of Wadi Musa, Jordan.
Track A5 is recorded in Tarif, Abu Dahbi, United Arab Emirates.
Track A6 is recorded in Daulatabad, north of Balkh, Afghanistan.
Track A7; Rasha'ida is a nomadic Arabic tribe near Nagfa, northern Red Sea area of Eritrea, Ethiopia.
Track A8 sung by a group of about 20 pearl divers from Muharraq, Bahrain.
Track B1 is recorded in Hyderabad, Deccan, India.
Track B2 is recorded in Beirut, Lebanon. This track is used by Brian Eno and David Byrne for their tracks called "Regiment" and "The Carrier" from the album "My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts" (1981). The artist name was mis-spelt, it should be written Dunya Yasin.
Track B3 sung by a group of Gadabursi Somali from Jijiga, Harar Province, Ethiopia.
Track B4 ; "Radha" is recorded in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. "Ga's" is recorded in the Fayoum region, Egypt.
Track B5 is recorded in Aqcha, Afghanistan.
Track B6 sung by a Sufi group of about 25 men in the Khalif's mosque in Baghdad, Iraq.

Track K1 Drum solo on the Zerbaghali (meaning "under the arm") recorded in Kabul, Afghanistan 1974.
Track K2 recorded in Dosso, Niger 1966.
Track K3 recorded in Jaipur, India 1975.
Track K4 recorded in Muharraq, Bahrain 1972.
Track K5 recorded in Quetta, Pakistan 1975.
Track K6 recorded in Muharraq, Bahrain 1972.

Track L1 recorded in Lahore, Pakistan 1972.
Track L2 recorded in Sanadaj, Kurdistan, Iran 1975.
Track L3 recorded in Ghardaia, Algaria 1970.
Track L4 recorded in Teheran, Iran 1975.
Track L5 recorded in Al Ain, Abu Dhabi 1963.
Track L6 recorded in Encampment near Ma'a,Joran 1975.
Track L7 recorded in Rouissat near Ourgla, Algeria 1970.
Track L8 recorded in Ouzad, Middle Atlas, Morocco 1975.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A stamped runout): TGS131 A//1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (B stamped runout): TGS131 B//1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (C stamped runout): TGS132 A//2 M
  • Matrix / Runout (D stamped runout): TGS132 B//3 M
  • Matrix / Runout (E stamped runout): TGS133 A//1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (F stamped runout): TGS133 B//1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (G stamped runout): TGS134 A//1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (H stamped runout): TGS134 B//1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (I stamped runout): TGS135 A//1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (J stamped runout): TGS135 B//1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (K stamped runout): TGS136 A//1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (L stamped runout): TGS136 B//1 M

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