Musical Sources

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Musical Sources 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 Philips label. Most of these recordings were later reissued on the Auvidis label. The series was directed by Alain Daniélou. It was part of the larger UNESCO Collection series.[1][2][3]

Recordings[edit]

Name Year Index number
(Philips)
Reissue
(Auvidis)
Comments
I The primeval cultures
I-1 Fataleka and Baegu Music/Malaita, Solomon Islands 1973 6586 018[4] D 8027 (1990)[5] Recorded by Hugo Zemp. Review by Mervyn McLean in The Journal of the Polynesian Society 84 (1975), #4, pp. 526–529 [2]; review by Laade Wolfgang in Journal de la Société des Océanistes 30, #45 (1974), pp. 314–315 [3].
I-2 Aka pygmy music 1973 6586 016[6] D 8054 (1994)[7] Recorded 1971 by Simha Arom. Review by Alan P. Merriam in Ethnomusicology, 20, #1 (Jan. 1976), pp. 166–167, JSTOR 850839.
II Ceremonial, ritual, and magic music
II-1 Tibetan ritual 1971 6586 007[8] D 8034 (1991)[9] Recorded by Manfred Junius & P.C. Misra.
II-3 Shomyo-Buddhist ritual from Japan: Dai Hannya Ceremony-Shingon Sect 1974 6586 021[10] D 8036 (1991)[11]
II-4 Islamic ritual from Yugoslavia: Zikr of the Rufa'i Brotherhood 1974 6586 015[12] D 8055 (1994) Recorded in Kosovo. Review by Kurt Reinhard and James Porter in Ethnomusicology 22, #1 (Jan. 1978), pp. 212–214, JSTOR 851384.
II-5 Ceremonial music from northern Dahomey 1974 6586 022[13] Recorded 1973 by Simha Arom.
II-6 Fidjeri/Songs of the Bahrain Pearl Divers 1976? 6586 017[14] D 8046 (1992)[15] Recordings, notes and photos by Habib Hussan Touma. Review by Poul Rovsing Olsen in Ethnomusicology 25, #3, Pacific Issue (Sep. 1981), pp. 557–558, JSTOR 851577.
II-7 Zikr : Islamic ritual Rifa'iyya brotherhood of Aleppo 1975 6586 030[16] D 8013 (1989)[17]
III The language of rhythm
III-1 O-Suwa-Daiko: Japanese Drums. The Language of Rhythm 1978 6586 029[18] D 8030 (1990)[19]
III-2 Iqa'at: Iraki traditional rhythmic structures 1979 6586 038[20] D 8044 (1992)[21] Program notes and recordings by Habib Hassan Touma.
III-3 Rhythms of the Manding 1979 6586 042
IV Religious psalmody
IV-1 Jewish music 1971 6586 001[22] Recording and commentary by Amnon Shiloah. Review by Abraham Schwadron in Ethnomusicology 17, #2 (May 1973), pp. 388–391, JSTOR 849919.
IV-2 The music of the Syrian Orthodox Church 1973 6586 014[23] D 8075 (1998)[24]
IV-3 Liturgical Chants for Lent and Easter Chants (Plain, Gregorian, etc.) 1975 6586 025[25] D 8015 (1989)[26] Program notes by Alain Daniélou.
VI Modal music and improvisation
VI-1 Iranian Dastgah 1971 6586 005[22]
VI-2 North India, Vocal Music, Dhrupad and Khyal 1971 6586 003[27] D 8076 (1998)[28] Review by Bonnie C. Wade in Ethnomusicology 17, #3 (September 1973), pp. 584–585, JSTOR 849983.
VI-3 Arabian music: Maqam 1971 6586 006[22]
VI-4 Kurdish Music 1974 6586 019[29] D 8023 (1989)[30]
VI-5 Egypt: Taqsim and layali 1972 6586 010[22] D 8038 (1991)
VI-6 North India, Instrumental Music, Sitar, Flute, Sarangi 1972 6586 009[22] D 8017 (1989)[31]
VI-7 North India Instrumental Music, Vina, Vichitra Vina, Sarod, Shahnai 1974 6586 020[32] D 8021 (1989)[33]
VI-8 Surynarayana Playing the South Indian Vina 1974 6586 023[34]
VI-9 Azerbaijani mugam 1975 6586 027[35] D 8045 (1992)[36] Instrumentals by Bahram Mansurov. Reviewed by Inna Naroditskaya in Asian Music 28, #2 (Spring-Summer, 1997), pp. 141–145, JSTOR 834478.
VII Sung poetry (secular and mystic)
VII-1 Sung Poetry of the Middle East 1975 6586 024[37] D 8025 (1989)[38]
VII-2 Jewish-Yemenite Diwan Sung Poetry 1978 6586 037[39] D 8024 (1990)[40]
VIII Art music from the Far East
VIII-1 Korean music 1972 6586 011 D 8010 (1988)[41] Review by Robert C. Provine, Jr., Ethnomusicology 20, #2 (May 1976), pp. 394–396, JSTOR 851032
VIII-2 South Vietnam Entertainment Music 1975 6586 028[42] D 8049 (1993)[43] Review by Tran Quang Hai in Yearbook of the International Folk Music Council 9 (1977), pp. 145–146, JSTOR 767339.
IX Art music from South-East Asia
IX-1 Bali: court music and banjar music 1971 6586 008[22] D 8059 (1994)[44]
IX-2 Java: historic gamelans 197? 6586 004[22]
IX-3 Royal music of Cambodia 1971 6586 002[22] D 8011 (1989)[45]
IX-4 Traditional music of Southern Laos 1973 6586 012 D 8042 (1992)[46]
IX-5 Music from Sunda, West Java 1976 6586 031[47] D 8041 (1992)[48]
IX-6 Vocal art from Java 1979 6586 041[49] D 8014 (1989)[50]
X Theatre and dance music
X-1 Balinese theatre and dance music 1973 6586 013[51]
X-? Hát chèo: Vietnamese traditional folk theatre 1978 6586 035[52] D 8022 (1989)[53] Review by Tran Quang Hai in Asian Music 11, #2 (1980), pp. 134–136, JSTOR 834068; another review by Tran Quang Hai in Yearbook of the International Folk Music Council 11 (1979), pp. 156–158, JSTOR 767579.
XI Pre-Columbian America
XI-1 Amerindian ceremonial music from Chili 1975 6586 026
XII Instrumental and Vocal Traditions of Europe and the Mediterranean
XII-2 Yodel of Appenzell, Switzerland 1979 6586 044 D 8026 (1990)[54] Recorded by Hugo Zemp. Review by Dieter Christensen in Ethnomusicology 28, #2 (May 1984), pp. 372–374, JSTOR 850783; review by Maguy P. Andral in Yearbook for Traditional Music 16 (1984), pp. 136–137, JSTOR 768221.
XIII Instrumental and vocal traditions of the Mediterranean[55]
XIII-1 Meditation on the Ney: Turkey 1979 6586 039[56]
XIII Sources of European polyphony[55]
XIII-1 Religious music of oral tradition from Rusiu, Corsica 1977 6586 033[57] D 8012 (1989)[58]
XIV Black Africa
XIV-1 Banda Polyphony 1976 6586 032 D 8043 (1992)[59] Recorded by Simha Arom.
(unknown subsection)
Aboriginal Music From Australia 6586 034[60] D 8040 (1992)[61]
Inuit Games and Songs 1978 6586 036[62][63] D 8032 (1991) Review by Beverley Cavanagh in Ethnomusicology 25, #2 (May 1981), pp. 349–352, JSTOR 851295.
Islamic Religious Chanting from North Yemen 6586 040
Ainu Songs 6586 045[63] D 8047 (1993) Review by Linda Fujie in Ethnomusicology 29, #1 (Winter 1985), pp. 132–133, JSTOR 852337.

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. ^ p. 26, Continuum encyclopedia of popular music of the world, vol. 1, ed. John Shepherd, Continuum International Publishing Group, 2003, ISBN 0-8264-6321-5.
  4. ^ Worldcat record, Zemp, Hugo. Fataleka and Baegu Music, Malaita, Solomon Islands. Holland: Philips, 1973. Sound recording, OCLC 637906318.
  5. ^ Worldcat record, Zemp, Hugo. Solomon Islands: Fataleka and Baegu Music from Malaita = Iles Salomon : Musique Fataleka Et Baegu De Malaita. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1990. Sound recording, OCLC 421844358.
  6. ^ Worldcat record, The Primeval Cultures 1-2: Aka Pygmy Music. Unesco collection. Holland: Philips, 1973. Sound recording, OCLC 79115070, and Worldcat record, Arom, Simha. Aka Pygmy Music. Holland: Philips, 1973. Sound recording, OCLC 637908096.
  7. ^ Worldcat record, Arom, Simha. Aka Pygmy Music: Musique Des Pygmées Aka. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1994. Sound recording, OCLC 421844610.
  8. ^ Worldcat record, Tibetan Ritual. Unesco collection. Philips 6586 007, 1971. Print, OCLC 83539395.
  9. ^ Worldcat record, Junius, Manfred, and P C. Misra. Tibetan Ritual: Rituel Tibétain. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1991. Sound recording, OCLC 421844454.
  10. ^ Worldcat record, Shomyo-buddhist Ritual from Japan: Dai Hannya Ceremony-Shingon Sect. Unesco collection : musical sources : Ceremonial, ritual and magic music, II-3. S.l.: Philips 6586 021, 1974. Sound recording, OCLC 225835189.
  11. ^ Worldcat record, Landy, Pierre, and Toshiro Kido. Japan: Shomyo Buddhist Ritual = Japon : Rituel Bouddhique Shomyo. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1991. Sound recording, OCLC 421844475.
  12. ^ Worldcat record, Islamic Ritual from Yugoslavia: Zikr of the Rufa'i Brotherhood. Unesco collection : musical sources : Ceremonial, ritual and magic music, II-4. S.l.: Philips 6586 015, 1974. Sound recording, OCLC 225835701.
  13. ^ Arom, Simha. Ceremonial Music from Northern Dahomey, 1974. Sound recording, OCLC 3182604.
  14. ^ Worldcat record, Touma, Habib H. Fidjeri: Songs of the Bahrain Pearl Divers. Philips, 1976. Sound recording, OCLC 82570751
  15. ^ Touma, Habib H. Bahrain: Fidjeri, Songs of the Pearl Divers = Bahreïn : Chants Des Pêcheurs De Perles. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1992. Sound recording, OCLC 421844577.
  16. ^ Worldcat record, Zikr: Islamic Ritual Rifa'iyya Brotherhood of Aleppo. Unesco collection : musical sources : Ceremonial, ritual and magic music, 11-7. S.l.: Philips 6586 030, 1975. Sound recording, OCLC 225836093.
  17. ^ Worldcat record, Poché, Christian, and Jochen Wenzel. Syria: Islamic Ritual Zikr in Aleppo = Syrie : Rituel Islamique Zikr À Alep. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 421844171.
  18. ^ Worldcat record, O-suwa-daiko: Japanese Drums. UNESCO collection, III-1. Holland: Philips, 1978. Sound recording, OCLC 421787223.
  19. ^ Daihachi, Oguchi. Japan: O-suwa Daiko Drums = Japon : Tambours O-Suwa-Daiko. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1990. Sound recording, OCLC 421844439.
  20. ^ Worldcat record, Iqa'at: Iraki Traditional Rhythmic Structures. Musical sources. London: Philips, 1979. Sound recording, OCLC 8437699.
  21. ^ Worldcat record, Touma, Habib H. Iraq: Iqa'at : Traditional Rhythmic Structures = Irak : Iqa'at : Rythmes Traditionnels. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1992. Sound recording, OCLC 421844531.
  22. ^ a b c d e f g h p. 36, The UNESCO Courier, June 1973
  23. ^ Worldcat record, Touma, Habib. The Music of the Syrian Orthodox Church. Musical sources. Religious psalmody, IV-2. , 1973. Sound recording, OCLC 3213802.
  24. ^ Worldcat record, Touma, Habib H. Syrian Orthodox Church: Tradition of Tur Abdin in Mesopotamia = Église Syrienne Orthodoxe : Tradition De Tour Abdin En Mésopotamie. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1998. Sound recording, OCLC 421844827.
  25. ^ Worldcat record, Liturgical Chants for Lent and Easter. Unesco collection. Holland: Philips, 1975. Sound recording, OCLC 3047984.
  26. ^ Worldcat record, Cloarec, Jacques. Armenian Liturgical Chants: Liturgical Chants for Lent and Easter = Chants Liturgiques Arménien : Chants Liturgiques Du Carême Et Des Fêtes De Pâques. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 421844186 and Worldcat record, Liturgical Chants for Lent and Easter. Unesco collection. Holland: Philips, 1975. Sound recording, OCLC 3047984.
  27. ^ Worldcat record, Danielou, Alain, and Robin K. Chatterjee. North India: Vocal Music. Dhrupad and Khyal. Philips 6586003, 1971. Sound recording, OCLC 610239587.
  28. ^ Worldcat record, Dagar, Moinuddin, Nasir A. K. Dagar, Rajeswari Chatterjee, Alain Daniélou, and Manfred Junius. North India: Vocal Music : Dhrupad and Khyal = Inde Du Nord : Musique Vocale : Dhrupad Et Khyal. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1998. Sound recording, OCLC 421844856.
  29. ^ Worldcat record, Kurdish Music. Unesco collection : musical sources : modal music and improvisation, VI-4. S.l.: Philips 6586 019, 1974. Sound recording, OCLC 225835820.
  30. ^ Worldcat record, Poché, Christian, and Jochen Wenzel. Kurdish Music: Musique Kurde. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 421844270, and Worldcat record, Kurdish Music. Musical scores. Modal music and improvisation, VI-4. , 1974. Sound recording, OCLC 2436281.
  31. ^ Worldcat record, Cloarec, Jacques. North India Instrumental Music: Sitar, Flute, Sarangi. Unesco collection. Holland: Philips, 1972. Sound recording, OCLC 38457063, and library catalog record, University of California at Berkeley, North India [sound recording] : instrumental music = musique instrumentale : sitar, flute, sarangi, [France?] : Auvidis-UNESCO, p1989. [1].
  32. ^ Worldcat record, Khan, Asad A, and Krishan Gopal. North India Instrumental Music: Vina, Vichitra Vina, Sarod, Shahnai. Unesco collection : musical sources : modal music and improvisation, VI-7. Holland: Philips, 1974. Sound recording, OCLC 225836066.
  33. ^ Worldcat record, Hiralal, , Asad A. Khan, Krishan Gopal, and Ashok Roy. North India: Inde Du Nord. Unesco collection. Ivry-sur-Seine, France?: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 42533135, and Worldcat record, Junius, Manfred, Asad A. Khan, Krishan Gopal, Ashok Roy, Radheshyam, and Zamir A. Khan. North India: Instrumental Music : Rudra Veena, Vichitra Veena, Sarod, Shahnai = Inde Du Nord : Musique Instrumentale : Rudra Vina, Vichitra Vina, Sarod, Shahnai. Ivry-sur-Seine: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 249004894.
  34. ^ Worldcat record, Suryanarayana, Narayana Rao, and Punitham Mahesan. Suryanarayana Playing the South Indian Vina. Musical sources, VI, 8. , 1974. Sound recording, OCLC 3009526.
  35. ^ Worldcat record, Mansurov, Bahram. Azerbaijani Mugam. Unesco collection : musical sources : modal music and improvisation, VI-9. S.l.: Philips 6586 027, 1975. Sound recording, OCLC 225835680.
  36. ^ Worldcat record, Mansurov, Bahrâm, Alain Daniélou, and Jacques Cloarec. Azerbaijani: Azerbaijani Mugam = Azerbaïdjan : Le Mougam D'azerbaïdjan. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1992. Sound recording, OCLC 421844557.
  37. ^ Worldcat record, Sung Poetry of the Middle East. Unesco collection : musical sources : sung poetry (secular and mystic), VII-1. S.l.: Philips 6586 024, 1975. Sound recording, OCLC 225835486.
  38. ^ Worldcat record, Tchinar, Feyzullah, Hossein Ghavami, Manushchehr Jahan-Beglu, Mohammed-Ali Tedjo, Said Hassan, Ibrahim A. Jerad, Jacques Cloarec, and Jochen Wenzel. Middle East: Sung Poetry = Moyen-Orient : La Poésie Chantée. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 421844332, and Worldcat record, Sung Poetry of the Middle East. Musical sources, VII-1. , 1975. Sound recording, OCLC 3055669.
  39. ^ Worldcat record, Bahat, Noemi, and A Bahat. Sung Poetry: Jewish-yemenite Diwan. Musical sources, VII-2. Holland: Philips, 1978. Sound recording, OCLC 63239749.
  40. ^ Worldcat record, Bahat, Noemi, and A Bahat. The Yemenite Jews: Jewish-yemenite Diwan = Les Juifs Yéménites : Diwan Judéo-Yéménite. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1990. Sound recording, OCLC 421844288.
  41. ^ Worldcat record, Korea: Corée. UNESCO collection. Paris, France: Auvidis, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 20237094 and Worldcat record, Korea: Corée. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1988. Sound recording, OCLC 421844136.
  42. ^ Worldcat record, South Vietnam Entertainment Music. Unesco collection : musical sources : art music from the Far East, VIII-2. S.l.: Philips 6586 028, 1975. Sound recording, OCLC 225834898.
  43. ^ Worldcat record, Nguyên, Vinh B, and Van K. Trân. Viet Nam: Tradition of the South = Tradition Du Sud. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1993. Sound recording. OCLC 421844598.
  44. ^ Worldcat record, Bali: Court Music and Banjar Music = Musique De Cour Et Musique De Banjar. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1994. Sound recording, OCLC 421844666, and Worldcat record, Bali: Court Music and Banjar Music = Musique De Cour Et Musique De Banjar. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis Unesco, 1994. Sound recording, OCLC 33093158.
  45. ^ Worldcat record, Brunet, Jacques. Cambodia: Royal Music = Cambodge : Musique Royale / [enregistrements, Jacques Brunet]. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 421844150; Worldcat record, Royal Music of Cambodia. Philips 6586.002, 1970. Sound recording, OCLC 610239577; Worldcat record, Brunet, Jacques. Royal Music of Cambodia. Unesco collection. , 1971. Sound recording, OCLC 2436218.
  46. ^ Worldcat record, Brunet, Jacques. Laos: Traditional Music of the South = Musique Traditionnelle Du Sud. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1992. Sound recording, OCLC 421844511.
  47. ^ Worldcat record, Music from Sunda, West Java. Unesco collection : musical sources : art music from South-East Asia, IX-5. S.l.: Philips 6586 031, 1976. Sound recording, OCLC 225835079.
  48. ^ Worldcat record, Indonesia: Music from West Java = Musique De L'ouest De Java. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis Unesco, 1992. Sound recording, OCLC 28352815.
  49. ^ Worldcat record, Brunet, Jacques, Sunarto, Puspaswara, Niken Larasati, and R S. Banjaransari. Vocal Art from Java. S.l.: Phonogram ; Paris : distrib. Phonogram, P 1979, 1979. Sound recording, OCLC 658773727.
  50. ^ Worldcat record, Brunet, Jacques. Java: Vocal Art = Art Vocal. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 421844180, and Worldcat record, Vocal Art from Java. Musical sources. London: Philips, 1979. Sound recording, OCLC 8434027.
  51. ^ Worldcat record, Balinese Theatre and Dance Music. Unesco collection : musical sources : theatre and dance music, X-1. S.l.: Philips 6586 013, 1973. Sound recording, OCLC 225835183.
  52. ^ Worldcat record, Trân, Van K. Hát Chèo: Vietnamese Traditional Folk Theatre. Musical sources. Holland: Philips, 1978. Sound recording, OCLC 27325838.
  53. ^ Worldcat record, Trân, Van K. Vietnam: Hát Chèo, Traditional Folk Theatre = Theâtre Populaire Traditionnel. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 421844262, and Worldcat record, Trân, Van K. Vietnam: Hát Chèo : Traditional Folk Theatre = Théâtre Populaire Traditionnel. Unesco collection. Ivry-sur-Seine: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 28610917.
  54. ^ Worldcat record, Zemp, Hugo. Zäuerli: Yodel of Appenzell = Yodel D'appenzell. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1990. Sound recording, OCLC 421844346.
  55. ^ a b Sources give both "Instrumental and vocal traditions of the Mediterranean" and "Sources of European Polyphony" as being subsection XIII.
  56. ^ Worldcat record, Erguner, Kudsi. Meditation on the Ney. Musical sources, XIII-1. Holland: Philips, 1979. Sound recording, OCLC 8427861.
  57. ^ Worldcat record, Religious Music of Oral Tradition from Rusiu, Corsica. S.l.: Philips, 1977. Sound recording, OCLC 611261533.
  58. ^ Transported by song: Corsican voices from oral tradition to world stage, Caroline Bithell, Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2007, ISBN 978-0-8108-5938-8, and Worldcat record, Cloarec, Jacques. Corsica: Religious Music of Oral Tradition from Rusio = Corse : Chants Religieux De Tradition Orale De Rusiu. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1989. Sound recording, OCLC 421844159.
  59. ^ Worldcat record, Arom, Simha. Central African Republic: Banda Polyphony = République Centrafricaine : Polyphonies Banda. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1992. Sound recording, OCLC 421844523.
  60. ^ Worldcat record, Aboriginal Music from Australia. Unesco collection. S.l: s.n, 1977. Sound recording, OCLC 317580342.
  61. ^ Worldcat record, Moyle, Alice M. Australia: Aboriginal Music = Australie : Musique Aborigène. Unesco collection. France: Auvidis, 1992. Sound recording, OCLC 421844496.
  62. ^ Worldcat record, Inuit Games and Songs. Musical sources. Philips, 1978. Sound recording, OCLC 74382314
  63. ^ a b Jean-Jacques Nattiez, web page, accessed on line December 9, 2010.