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Album Various - Indigenous Matter: Music from Africa and the Americas

  • Performer: Various
  • Title: Indigenous Matter: Music from Africa and the Americas
  • Size MP3 ver: 1528 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 2534 mb
  • Date of release: 2010
  • Style: African, Afro-Cuban, Son
  • # Catalog: INWOOD 002
  • Label: In The Woods Records
  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
  • Genre: Latin / World
Album Various - Indigenous Matter: Music from Africa and the Americas

Tracklist

1Swem Karagbe
Performer – Benue State Council For Arts And Culture
3:38
2Que Bueno Baila Usted
Performer – Tito Puente and His Orchestra
8:59
3Son Montuno
Performer – Tito Puente Top Percussion Ensemble
6:13
4El Jarabe Loco
Performer – Conjunto Tlacotalpan
4:01
5Rumba Abierta 1
Performer – Tito Puente Top Percussion Ensemble
2:18
6Meemeh
Performer – Benue State Council For Arts And Culture
3:31
7Salsa Salsa
Performer – Tito Puente and His Orchestra
7:10
8Descarga
Performer – Roberto Burrell y su Kubata
3:37
9La Bamba
Performer – Conjunto Tlacotalpan
4:16
10Yanburi Pa Koura
Performer – Ensemble Traditionnel De L'Ecoupe Des Mondaingues
5:37
11Rumba Abierta 2
Performer – Tito Puente Top Percussion Ensemble
12Rise Up Africa
Performer – Benue State Council For Arts And Culture
1:54
13La Guacamaya
Performer – Conjunto Tlacotalpan
5:16
14Manaya
Performer – Ensemble Traditionnel De L'Ecoupe Des Mondaingues
3:37

Credits

  • DesignAlex Hutchinson
  • Producer, Liner NotesChris Warwick

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5060001273778

Album

AfricaAmerica, Vol. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Various artists. Tracks In This Album. Salsa Salsa - Tito Puente and His Orchestra. Que Bueno Baila Usted - Tito Puente and His Orchestra. La Bamba - Conjunto Tlacotalpan. La Guacamaya - Conjunto Tlacotalpan. Rise Up Africa - Benue State Council For Arts And Culture. Descarga - Roberto Burrell y su Kubata. Similar Artists. Indigenous music of North America, which includes American Indian music or Native American music, is the music that is used, created or performed by Indigenous peoples of North America, including Native Americans in the United States and Aboriginal peoples in Canada, Indigenous peoples of Mexico, and other North American countries-especially traditional tribal music, such as Pueblo music and Inuit music. In addition to the traditional music of the Native American groups, there now exist pan-Indianism. African Pearls - Guinée 70 : The Dis. African Fever - Various. Vagabonde - Mar Seck. Misty - Thiaz Itch. African Pearls - Sénégal 70 : Music. African Pearls - Mali 70 : Electric M. New Cuba Sound - Gilles Peterson, Gil. Featured is African-influenced or -derived music from all over the Americas. Besides the usual santeria, vaudou, merengue, son, punta, cadence, plena and so on are some unexpected charmers: an Antiguan pan soca band that cooks like few steel drum group ever heard, a Dominican reggae about Mozambique, but no Jamaican reggae. There is no trimming of long songs AND there's some of the most hard to find stuff, like Surinamese winti and Afro-Mexican music. Various Artists. Classical 2012. Album title: Indigenous Matter: Music from Africa and the Americas. Released: 2010. Rise Up Africa. Performer Benue State Council For Arts And Culture. The 24 selections included in the 1951 compilation Negro Folk Music of Africa and America provide a sample of musical styles from Africa, and the African diaspora in South America, the Caribbean, and the Southern United States. This anthology demonstrates the continuation of African musical traditions into The New World. According to producer Harold Courlander, in some parts of the Americas it is possible to find old African songs and dances that are still known in almost identical form in local African communities. Some of the most important literature on indigenous music history has been provided by writers who were themselves American Indians. An early Andean Indian chronicler, Felipe Guamán Poma de Ayala, published a book in 161215 that describes Andean Indian life and customs, including music. Other significant 20th-century developments were the rise of Native American popular music and the nearly simultaneous renaissance of indigenous musics


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