Musical Atlas

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Musical Atlas is a series of recordings of traditional music that was made for the International Music Council by the International Institute for Comparative Music Studies and Documentation (Berlin/Venice) and released on the EMI/Odeon label. The series was directed by Alain Daniélou. It was part of the larger UNESCO Collection series. Most of the recordings were later re-issued on the Naive/Auvidis label.[1][2]

Recordings[edit]

# Name Year Index number
(EMI or
EMI/Odeon)
Reissue
(Auvidis)
Comments
1 Bengal 1972 3C 064-17840 D 8077 (1998) Recordings, commentary and photographs by Manfred Junius et al.[3]
2 Cambodia: Folk and Ceremonial Music 1972 3C 064-17841 D 8068 (1996) Recordings, notes and photographs by Jacques Brunet.[4]
3 Ivory Coast: Baulé Vocal Music 1972 3C 064-17842 D 8048 (1993) Recordings and commentary by Hugo Zemp. Review by René Ménard in Yearbook of the International Folk Music Council 5 (1973), pp. 222–223, JSTOR 767534.[5]
4 Portugal 1972 3C 064-17843 D 8008 (1988) Recorded by Hubert de Fraysseix, Margarida Ribeiro and Virgílio Pereira; commentary by Alain Daniélou. Reviewed by James Porter in Ethnomusicology 20, #2 (May 1976), pp. 389–393, JSTOR 851030.[6]
5 Bali: Folk Music 1972 3C 064-17858 D 8003 (1988)[7]
6 India: North Indian Folk Music 1972 3C 064-17859 D 8033 (1991) Recording and commentary by Manfred Junius.[8][9]
7 Syria: Sunnite Islam 1973 3C 064-17885 Recorded by Jochen Wenzel; commentary by Christian Poche.[10]
8 Greece: Traditional Music 1974 3C 064-17966 D 8018 (1990) Recorded by Jacques Cloarec; commentary by Alain Daniélou.[11][12]
9 Hong Kong: Instrumental Music 1974 3C 064-17968 D 8031 (1990) Program notes by Dale A. Craig.[13][14]
10 Japan: Semi-Classical and Folk Music 1974 3C 064-17967 D 8016 (1989) Commentary by Shigeo Kishibe.[15]
11 Algeria: Sahara, Music of Gourara 1975 3C 064-18079 D 8037 (1991) Recording by Pierre Augier. Reviewed by Carl Cowl in Ethnomusicology 21, #3 (Sep. 1977), pp. 533–535, JSTOR 850751.[16]
12 Thailand: The Music of Chieng Mai 1975 3C 064-18080 D 8007 (1988) Recordings and commentary by Jacques Brunet.[17]
13 Rumania: Traditional Folk Music 1975 3C 064-18120[18]
14 Niger: The Music of the Peuls 1975 3C 064-18121 D 8006 (1988) Recording and commentary by Simha Arom.[19]
15 Dahomey: Bariba and Somba Music 1976 3C 064-18217 D 8057 (1994) Recordings and commentary by Simha Arom.[20]
16 Chile: Hispano-Chilean Metisse Traditional Music 1976 3C 064-18218 D 8001 (1988) Recordings by Jochen Wenzel. Program notes by Manuel Dannemann.[21]
17 Morocco: the Arabic Tradition in Moroccan Music 1977 3C 064-18264 D 8002 (1988) Vocals and instrumentals by Abdeslam Cherkaoui. Recording and commentary by Philip D. Schuyler.[22]
18 Cameroon: Baka Pygmy Music 1977 3C 064-18265 D 8029 (1990) Recordings and commentary by Simha Arom and Patrick Renaud.[23]
19 Pakistan: The Music of the Qawal (wandering minstrels) 1977 3C 064-18266 D 8028 (1990)

Recordings by Heinz Wergelt et Habib Hassan Touma; commentary by Alain Daniélou.[24]

20 Viet-Nam: Ca Tru and Quan Ho 1978 3C 064-18310 D 8035 (1991) Recordings and commentary by Trân Van Khê. Reviewed by Tran Quang Hai, Asian Music 11, #2 (1980), pp. 128–133, JSTOR 834067.[25]
21 North Yemen: Traditional Music 1978 3C 064-18352 D 8004 (1988) Recordings by Jochen Wenzel; commentary by Christian Poche.[26]
22 Java: Sundanese Folk Music 1979 3C 064-18369 D 8051 (1994) Recordings and commentary by Jacques Brunet.[27]
23 Bahrain: Traditional Folk and Ceremonial Music 1979 3C 064-18371 Commentary by Habib Hassan Touma.[28]
24 Irak 1979 3C 064-18370 Commentary by Habib Hassan Touma.[29]
25 Bolivia: Panpipes 1981 3C 064-18528 D 8009 (1987) Commentary and recordings by Louis Girault.[30]
26 Bielorussie: Musical Folklore of the Byelorussian Polessye 1981 3C 064-18565 D 8005 (1988)[31]
27 Turkey: Bektachi Music: Achik Songs 1982 3C 064-18568 D 8069 (1996) Vocals and instrumentals by Ali Ekber Çiçek. Recordings by Kudsi Erguner; commentary by Bernard Mauguin and Kudsi Erguner.[32]
28 Mexico : music of Pre-Columbian origin 1982 3C 064-18594 Notes by Jacques Soustelle.[33]
29 Greece II: Vocal monodies 1983 64 1653841 D 8056 (1994) Recording and brochure notes by Tatiana Yannopoulos and Simha Arom; photos by Simha Arom.[34]
30 Bulgaria 1983 64 1653891 D 8019 (1990) Notes by B. Mauguin.[35]
31 Central African Republic 1983 1653901 D 8020 (1989) Recordings and program notes by S. Arom.[36]
32 Indian talas: The rhythmic art of north Indian music 1984 1653911 Recorded by Habib Hassan Touma. Brochure notes by Nikhil Gosh.[37]
33 Antioch: Syrian Orthodox Church 1984 1653921 D 8039 (1992) Recorded by Jochen Wenzel. Brochure notes by Christian Poche; photos by Jochen Wenzel.[37][38]
34 Vietnam II: Court theatre music 1985 64 2602821 D 8058 (1994) Recorded by Tran Van Khe with the collaboration of the Institute of Musicology of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Brochure notes by Tran Van Khe. Review by Phong Th. Nguyen in Yearbook for Traditional Music 19 (1987), 151-152, JSTOR 767911.[39]
35 Canada: Music of the Inuit: The Copper Eskimo Tradition 1986 64 2402781 D 8053 (1994) Recorded by J.F. and M. Le Mouel. Brochure notes by J.F. and M. Le Mouel. Review by Jean-Jacques Nattiez and Nicole Beaudry in Yearbook for Traditional Music 19 (1987), pp. 150–151, JSTOR 767910.[40]
36 Java: Music of the Theatre 1985 64 2403201 D 8078 (1999) Recordings, text, and photographs by Jacques Brunet. Reviewed by Patricia Matusky in Ethnomusicology 32, #2 (Spring-Summer, 1988), pp. 159–160, JSTOR 852053. Reviewed by R. Anderson Sutton in Yearbook for Traditional Music 19 (1987), pp. 156–157, JSTOR 767914.[41]

References[edit]

  1. ^ UNESCO Collection of Traditional Music of the World, accessed November 18, 2010.
  2. ^ "The UNESCO collection of traditional music", Isobel Clouter, pp. 6-7, International Music Connection: Newsletter of the World and Traditional Music Section, British Library, #20, 2001.
  3. ^ Worldcat record, Junius, Manfred, Alain Daniélou, and Samir Naguib. Bengal: Traditional Folk Music = Bengale : Musique Traditionnelle Populaire. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1998. Sound recording, OCLC 421844871, and Worldcat record, Junius, Manfred M. Bengal. Musical atlas. , 1972. Sound recording, OCLC 3045268.
  4. ^ Worldcat record, Brunet, Jacques. Cambodia: [folk and Ceremonial Music]. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1972. Sound recording, OCLC 220014070, and Worldcat record, Brunet, Jacques. Cambodia: Folk and Ceremonial Music = Cambodge : Musique Populaire Et Cérémonielle. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1996. Sound recording, OCLC 421844702.
  5. ^ Worldcat record, Zemp, Hugo. Ivory Coast: Baulé Vocal Music. Odeon, 1970. Sound recording, OCLC 459216934; Worldcat record, Zemp, Hugo. Côte D'ivoire: Baule Vocal Music = Musique Vocale Baoulé. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1993. Sound recording, OCLC 421844590; Worldcat record, Zemp, Hugo. Ivory Coast: Baulé Vocal Music. Unesco collection, 3. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1972. Sound recording, OCLC 2975899.
  6. ^ Worldcat record, Fraysseix, Hubert , Margarida Ribeiro, Virgílio Pereira, Alain Daniélou, Maria T. Noronha, and Manuel Vicente. Portugal. Odeon, 1970. Sound recording, OCLC 459559108, and Worldcat record, Fraysseix, Hubert , and Virgilio Pereira. Portugal: Portuguese Traditional Music = Musique Traditionnelle Du Portugal. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 421844103.
  7. ^ Worldcat record, Brunet, Jacques, and Him Ngac. Bali: Folk Music = Bali : Musique Populaire. Unesco collection. Paris: Auvidis, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 223264295, and Worldcat record, Bali: Folk Music = Musique Populaire. Musiques et musiciens du monde. S.l.: Auvidis/UNESCO, 1972. Sound recording, OCLC 221517619.
  8. ^ Worldcat record, Junius, Manfred M. India: North Indian Folk Music. Odeon, 1970. Sound recording, OCLC 459560116.
  9. ^ Various - Music And Musicians Of The World: India - North Indian Folk Music / Musiques Et Musiciens Du Monde: India - Musique Populaire De L'Inde Du Nord, discogs.com. Accessed on line December 15, 2010.
  10. ^ Worldcat record, Wenzel, Jochen, and Christian Poché. Syria: Sunnite Islam. Odeon, 1970. Sound recording, OCLC 459566873.
  11. ^ Worldcat record, Cloarec, Jacques, and Alain Daniélou. Greece: Traditional Music. Odeon, 1970. Sound recording, OCLC 459570331.
  12. ^ Worldcat record, Daniélou, Alain, and Jacques Cloarec. Greece: Traditional Music = Grèce : Musique Traditionnelle. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1990. Sound recording, OCLC 421844197.
  13. ^ Catalog record, "Hong Kong [sound recording] : Instrumental music = Musique instrumentale", Ivry-sur-Seine : Auvidis, p1974/1990, library, University of California, Berkeley, [1]. Accessed on line December 15, 2010.
  14. ^ Worldcat record, Hong Kong: Chinese Instrumental Music. Musical atlas. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1974. Sound recording, OCLC 3790719.
  15. ^ Worldcat record Japan: Semi Classical and Folk Music = Japon : Musique Semi-Classique Et Folklorique. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 421844193, and Worldcat record, Kishibe, Shigeto. Japan: Semi-classical Music, Folk Music. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1974. Sound recording, OCLC 220058635.
  16. ^ Worldcat record, Augier, Pierre. Algeria: Sahara : Music of Gourara = Algérie : Sahara : Musiques Du Gourara. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1991. Sound recording, OCLC 421844483, and Worldcat record, Augier, Pierre. Algeria: Sahara, Music of Gourara. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1976. Sound recording, OCLC 220014164.
  17. ^ Worldcat record, Thailand: the Music of Chieng Mai: Thailande: Musique De Chieng Maï. UNESCO collection. Paris, France: Auvidis, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 20237035 and Worldcat record, Brunet, Jacques. Thailand, the Music of Chieng Mai. Musics and musicians of the world, Thailand. Paris, France: AUVIDIS-UNESCO, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 410783609.
  18. ^ Worldcat record, Pop, Mihai. Rumania: Traditional Folk Music. Musical atlas. Italy: Odeon, 1975. Sound recording, OCLC 42561023.
  19. ^ Worldcat record, The Peuls. UNESCO collection : musical atlas, 14. S.l.: EMI Italiana 3 C064-18121, 1976. Sound recording, OCLC 225835213, Worldcat record, The Fulani: Les Peuls. Musiques et musiciens du monde. France?: Auvidis/Unesco, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 224632024, Worldcat record, Arom, Simha. The Music of the Peuls. Odeon, 1970. Sound recording, OCLC 459245866, and Worldcat record, Arom, Simha. The Fulani: Les Peuls. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 34365742.
  20. ^ Worldcat record, Arom, Simha. Benin: Bariba and Somba Music = Musiques Bariba Et Somba. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1994. Sound recording, OCLC 421844639, and Worldcat record, Dahomey: Bariba and Somba Music. Musical atlas. Italy: EMI/Odeon 3C 064-18217, 1976. Sound recording, OCLC 233080651.
  21. ^ Worldcat record Wenzel, Jochen. Chile: Hispano-chilean Metisse Traditional Music = Chili : Musique Traditionelle Métisse Hispano-Chilienne. UNESCO collection. Paris, France: Auvidis, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 21590806, Worldcat record Wenzel, Jochen. Chile: Hispano-chilean Metisse Traditional Music = Chili : Musique Traditionelle Métisse Hispano-Chilienne. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 421823966, and Worldcat record Wenzel, Jochen. Chile. Musical atlas. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1976. Sound recording, OCLC 3880821.
  22. ^ Worldcat record Cherkaoui, Abdeslam, and Philip D. Schuyler. Morocco: The Arabic Tradition in Moroccan Music. Odeon, 1970. Sound recording, OCLC 458974426, Worldcat record Cherkauoi, Abdeslam, and Philip D. Schuyler. The Arabic Tradition in Morrocan [sic] Music: Musique De Tradition Arabe. Unesco collection. Paris, France: Auvidis, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 79909229, and Worldcat record Cherkaoui, Abdeslam. Morocco: The Arabic Tradition in Moroccan Music = Maroc : Musique De Tradition Arabe. Musiques et musiciens du monde. Paris: Auvidis, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 224608721, and Worldcat record, Cherkaoui, Abdeslam, and Philip D. Schuyler. Morocco: Arabic Tradition in Moroccan Music. Unesco collection. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1977. Sound recording, OCLC 11477821.
  23. ^ Worldcat record, Arom, Simha, and Patrick Renaud. Cameroon: Baka Pygmy Music = Cameroun : La Musique Des Pygmées Baka. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1990. Sound recording, OCLC 421844404, Worldcat record, Arom, Simha, and Patrick Renaud. Cameroon: Baka Pygmy Music. Unesco collection. Italy: EMI Italiana, 1977. Sound recording, OCLC 27007694, and Worldcat record, Arom, Simha. Cameroon: Baka Pygmy Music. S. l: EMI Italiana, 1977, OCLC 631823657.
  24. ^ Worldcat record, Wergelt, Heinz, Habib H. Touma, Alain Daniélou, Ghulam F. Sabri, Maqbool A. Sabri, Kamal Sabri, and Mehmood G. Sabri. Pakistan - the Music of the Qawal (wandering Minstrels). Odeon, 1970. Sound recording, OCLC 459265999, Worldcat record, Daniélou, Alain. Pakistan: The Music of the Qawal. Unesco collection. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1977. Sound recording, OCLC 11335071, and Worldcat record, Wergelt, Heinz, and Habib H. Touma. Pakistan: The Music of the Qawal = La Musique Des Qawal. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1990. Sound recording, OCLC 421844376.
  25. ^ Worldcat record, Viet-nam: Ca Tru and Quan Ho. Unesco collection. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1978. Sound recording, OCLC 11463924 and Worldcat record, Trân, Van K. Viet Nam: Ca Tru & Quan Ho : Traditional Music = Musique Traditionnelle. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1991. Sound recording, OCLC 421844469.
  26. ^ Worldcat record, Wenzel, Jochen. Yemen: Traditional Music of the North = Musique Traditionnelle Du Nord. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 421844054, Worldcat record, Wenzel, Jochen. Yemen: Traditional Music of the North = Musique Traditionnelle Du Nord. Unesco collection. Paris: Auvidis/Unesco, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 39781393, and Worldcat record Wenzel, Jochen, and Christian Poché. North Yemen: Traditional Music. Odeon, 1970. Sound recording, OCLC 459265838.
  27. ^ Worldcat record, Brunet, Jacques. Java: Sundanese Folk Music = Musiques Populaires Soundanaises. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1994. Sound recording, OCLC 421844608, and Worldcat record, Java: Sundanese Folk Music. EMI/Odeon 3C 064-18369, 1979. Sound recording, OCLC 458566021.
  28. ^ Worldcat record, Bahrain. Unesco collection. Italy: EMI-Odeon, 1979. Sound recording, OCLC 11492813.
  29. ^ Worldcat record, Irak. Unesco collection. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1979. Sound recording, OCLC 11492678, and Various - Musical Atlas: Irak, discogs.com, [2], accessed on line December 15, 2010.
  30. ^ Worldcat record, Girault, Louis. Bolivia Panpipes: Quechua Music : Aymara Music. Auvidis-Unesco, 1991. Sound recording, OCLC 474491022, Worldcat record, Girault, Louis. Bolivia: Bolivia, Panpipes = Bolivie : Syrinx De Bolivie. Unesco collection. Paris: Auvidis Unesco, 1987. Sound recording, OCLC 28611110, and Worldcat record, Girault, Louis, Xavier Bellenger, and Alain Daniélou. Bolivia, Panpipes. Musical atlas. Italy: Odeon, 1981. Sound recording, OCLC 13240072.
  31. ^ Worldcat record, Byelorussia: Musical Folklore of the Polessye = Biélorussie : Folklore Musical De La Polésie. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 421844073, and Worldcat record, Byelorussian: Musical Folklore of the Byelorussian Polessye. Musical atlas. Paris: EMI Odeon, 1981. Sound recording, OCLC 14056944.
  32. ^ Worldcat record, Çiçek, Ali E. Turkey: Bektachi Music: Achik Songs. Emi Italiana, 1982, OCLC 632013032, Worldcat record, Cicek, Ali E, Kudsi Erguner, and Bernard Mauguin. Turkey: Bektashi Music : Ashik Songs = Turquie : Musique Bektachi : Chants Des Achik. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1996. Sound recording, OCLC 421844717, Worldcat record, Cicek, Ali E. Turkey: Bektashi Music : Ashik Songs = Turquie : Musique Bektachi : Chants Des Achik. Unesco collection. Gentilly [France: Auvidis/Unesco, 1996. Sound recording, OCLC 36235999, and Worldcat record, Erguner, Ahmed K, and Ali E. Çiçek. Turquie: Musique Bektachi : Chants Des Achik. Paris: Auvidis, 1996. Sound recording, OCLC 658789467.
  33. ^ Worldcat record, Soustelle, Jacques. Mexico: Music of Pre-Columbian Origin. Musical atlas. Italy: EMI/Odeon, 1982. Sound recording, OCLC 26657980.
  34. ^ Worldcat record, Kukas, Dimitris. Greece Ii: Vocal Monodies. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1983. Sound recording, OCLC 14407370; Worldcat record, Kukas, Dimitris. Greece: Vocal Monodies = Grèce : Monodies Vocales. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1994. Sound recording, OCLC 421844628; Worldcat record, Kukas, Dimitris. Greece: Vocal Monodies = Grèce : Monodies Vocales. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis/Unesco, 1994. Sound recording, OCLC 32112005; and p. 535, Current Bibliography, Discography and Filmography, Joseph C. Hickerson, Nora Yeh, Carl Rahkonen, Ethnomusicology 30, #3 (Autumn 1986), pp. 518-536, JSTOR 851592.
  35. ^ Worldcat record, Bulgaria. Musical atlas. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1983. Sound recording, OCLC 16504561; Worldcat record, Bulgaria: Bulgarie. France: Auvidis, 1990. Sound recording, OCLC 421844204; and Stoyan Petrov, et al. "Bulgaria." Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. 15 December 2010. <http://www.oxfordmusiconline.com/subscriber/article/grove/music/04289>.
  36. ^ Worldcat record, Central African Republic. Italy: EMI Odeon, 1983. Sound recording, OCLC 14581390, Worldcat record, Arom, Simha. Central African Republic: Music of the Dendi, Nzakara, Banda Linda, Gbaya, Banda-Dakpa, Ngbaka, Aka Pygmies = République Centraficaine. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 421844218, and p. 20, "An interactive experimental method for the determination of musical scales in oral cultures: Application to the xylophone music of Central Africa", Vincent Dehoux and Frédéric Voisin, in Music and the cognitive sciences 1990: proceedings of Cambridge Conference on Music and the Cognitive Sciences, 1990, Ian Cross and Irène Deliège, eds., Contemporary music review 9 (1993), ISBN 3-7186-5420-2.
  37. ^ a b p. 527, Current Bibliography, Discography and Filmography, Joseph C. Hickerson, Nora Yeh, Carl Rahkonen, Ethnomusicology 30, #3 (Autumn 1986), pp. 518-536, JSTOR 851592.
  38. ^ Worldcat record, Poché, Christian, and Jochen Wenzel. Syrian Orthodox Church: Antioch Liturgy = Église Syrienne Orthodoxe : Liturgie D'antioche. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1992. Sound recording, OCLC 421844492.
  39. ^ Worldcat record, Trân, Van K. Vietnam: Court Theatre Music, Hát-Bôi = Musique Du Théâtre De Cour, Hát-Bôi. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1994. Sound recording, OCLC 421844658, and p. 528, Current Bibliography, Discography and Filmography, Joseph C. Hickerson, Nora Yeh, Carl Rahkonen, Ethnomusicology 30, #3 (Autumn 1986), pp. 518-536, JSTOR 851592.
  40. ^ p. 523, Current Bibliography, Discography and Filmography, Joseph C. Hickerson, Nora Yeh, Carl Rahkonen, Ethnomusicology 30, #3 (Autumn 1986), pp. 518-536, JSTOR 851592; catalog record, Music of the Inuit [sound recording] : the Copper Eskimo tradition / recordings & commentary, Jean-François Le Mouël = Musique des Inuit : la tradition des Eskimos du cuivre / enregistrements & commentaire, Jean-François Le Mouël; Gentilly : Auvidis, [1994], at University of California, Berkeley, [3].
  41. ^ Worldcat record, Wasitodipuro, , Sundoro M. Widyatmodjo, and Danuredjo. Indonesia: Music of the Theatre = Musique Du Théâtre. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1999. Sound recording, OCLC 421844895.

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