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Various - Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America album mp3

Various - Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America album mp3

Performer: Various
Title: Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America
Released: 1959
Country: US
Style: African, Gospel, Religious
Category: Soul, Funk / Audiofiles / Country, Folk
Album rating: 4.7
Votes: 303
Size MP3: 1785 mb
Size FLAC: 1617 mb
Size WMA: 1858 mb
Other formats: AIFF AC3 AA VOX DMF MIDI WMA

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 South Africa (Zulu): Ingane Kamalume
Vocals [Male Voices], Drum, Rattle – Unknown Artist
A2 South Africa (Zulu): Shayisa Inkasa
Vocals [Male Voices] – Unknown Artist
A3 French Equatorial Africa (Badouma): Music Of Boatmen
Performer [Sansa, Stamping Tubes], Horn, Rattle – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Andre Didier*
A4 Nigeria (Yoruba): Orin Muritala Alhaji
Vocals [Male Chorus], Drum – Unknown Artist
A5 Nigeria (Ibo): Bara Sanabo Bara
Vocals [Male Voices], Drums, Performer [Sansas, Sticks] – Unknown Artist
B1 Sudan: Traveling Song
Recorded By – Harold CourlanderVocals [Male Voices], Harp, Drum – Unknown Artist
B2 Sudan: Festival Song
Recorded By – Harold CourlanderVocals [Male Voices], Harp, Drum – Unknown Artist
B3 Zanzibar (Swahili): Bina Adimu
Vocals [Mixed Voices], Rebab, Drum – Unknown Artist
B4 Eritrea (Tigrai): Ballad
Recorded By – Wolf Leslau
B5 Ethiopia (Amhara): Ballad
Vocals [Male Voices], Performer [Begenna] – Unknown Artist
C1 Brazil (Bahia Region): 'Jesha Cult Song
Chorus, Drum, Rattle [Calabash], Gong [Iron] – Unknown ArtistLeader – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Frances S. Herskovits, Melville J. Herskovits
C2 Colombia: Cowherds' Festival
C3 Haiti: Worksong
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
C4 Haiti: Juba Dance
Chorus [Mixed], Drum – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Harold Courlander
C5 Haiti: Nago Dance
Chorus [Mixed], Drums – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Harold Courlander
C6 Haiti: Meringue -- Chere Maman
Accompanied By, Rattle [Chachas] – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Harold CourlanderVocals, Guitar – Unknown Artist
C7 Puerto Rico: Gallinita Toma Tu Maiz
Recorded By – Ricardo E. AlegriaVocals [Male Voices], Drums – Unknown Artist
D1 Cuba: Lucumi Song
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
D2 Trinidad: Ajo Ajo
Recorded By – Melville J. Herskovits
D3 Trinidad: Beli Dance
Recorded By – Melville J. Herskovits
D4 The United States (Alabama): What Shall I Do To Be Saved?
Recorded By – Emma Courlander, Harold CourlanderVocals – Dock Reed
D5 The United States (Alabama): Didn't You Hear Me Lord When He Called?
Recorded By – Emma Courlander, Harold CourlanderVocals – Earthy Anne Coleman, Rich Amerson
D6 The United States (Mississippi): My Name Has Been Written Down
Recorded By – Emma Courlander, Harold CourlanderVocals – Rosie Hibler And Family
D7 The United States (Mississippi): Move Members Move
Recorded By – Emma Courlander, Harold CourlanderVocals – Rosie Hibler And Family

Credits

  • Design [Cover] – Ronald Clyne
  • Liner Notes – Richard Watermann
  • Liner Notes, Edited By – Harold Courlander
  • Producer [Production Director] – Moses Asch

Notes

A1 & A2 recorded by the artist and were acquired by the editor in Durban, South Africa, 1942.
A3 recorded by Andre Didier, Ogoue-Congo Mission, 1946.
A4, A5, B3 & B5 are Odeon-Parlophone recordings.
B1 & B2 recorded in Eritrea bordering on the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 1942.
B4 recorded 1947.
C2 is a Fuentes recording.
C3 to C5 recorded in Port-Au-Prince, 1949.
D1 recorded in 1949.
D4 to D7 recorded in 1950.

Comes with informational 4 page insert.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
P 500 Various Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America ‎(2xLP, Album + Box) Folkways Records, Ethnic Folkways Library P 500 US 1951

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 South Africa (Zulu): Ingane Kamalume
Vocals [Male Voices], Drum, Rattle – Unknown Artist
A2 South Africa (Zulu): Shayisa Inkasa
Vocals [Male Voices] – Unknown Artist
A3 French Equatorial Africa (Badouma): Music Of Boatmen
Performer [Sansa, Stamping Tubes], Horn, Rattle – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Andre Didier*
A4 Nigeria (Yoruba): Orin Muritala Alhaji
Vocals [Male Chorus], Drum – Unknown Artist
A5 Nigeria (Ibo): Bara Sanabo Bara
Vocals [Male Voices], Drums, Performer [Sansas, Sticks] – Unknown Artist
B1 Sudan: Traveling Song
Recorded By – Harold CourlanderVocals [Male Voices], Harp, Drum – Unknown Artist
B2 Sudan: Festival Song
Recorded By – Harold CourlanderVocals [Male Voices], Harp, Drum – Unknown Artist
B3 Zanzibar (Swahili): Bina Adimu
Vocals [Mixed Voices], Rebab, Drum – Unknown Artist
B4 Eritrea (Tigrai): Ballad
Recorded By – Wolf Leslau
B5 Ethiopia (Amhara): Ballad
Vocals [Male Voices], Performer [Begenna] – Unknown Artist
C1 Brazil (Bahia Region): 'Jesha Cult Song
Chorus, Drum, Rattle [Calabash], Gong [Iron] – Unknown ArtistLeader – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Frances S. Herskovits, Melville J. Herskovits
C2 Colombia: Cowherds' Festival
C3 Haiti: Worksong
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
C4 Haiti: Juba Dance
Chorus [Mixed], Drum – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Harold Courlander
C5 Haiti: Nago Dance
Chorus [Mixed], Drums – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Harold Courlander
C6 Haiti: Meringue -- Chere Maman
Accompanied By, Rattle [Chachas] – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Harold CourlanderVocals, Guitar – Unknown Artist
C7 Puerto Rico: Gallinita Toma Tu Maiz
Recorded By – Ricardo E. AlegriaVocals [Male Voices], Drums – Unknown Artist
D1 Cuba: Lucumi Song
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
D2 Trinidad: Ajo Ajo
Recorded By – Melville J. Herskovits
D3 Trinidad: Beli Dance
Recorded By – Melville J. Herskovits
D4 The United States (Alabama): What Shall I Do To Be Saved?
Recorded By – Emma Courlander, Harold CourlanderVocals – Dock Reed
D5 The United States (Alabama): Didn't You Hear Me Lord When He Called?
Recorded By – Emma Courlander, Harold CourlanderVocals – Earthy Anne Coleman, Rich Amerson
D6 The United States (Mississippi): My Name Has Been Written Down
Recorded By – Emma Courlander, Harold CourlanderVocals – Rosie Hibler And Family
D7 The United States (Mississippi): Move Members Move
Recorded By – Emma Courlander, Harold CourlanderVocals – Rosie Hibler And Family

Credits

  • Design [Cover] – Ronald Clyne
  • Liner Notes – Richard Watermann
  • Liner Notes, Edited By – Harold Courlander
  • Producer [Production Director] – Moses Asch

Notes

A1 & A2 recorded by the artist and were acquired by the editor in Durban, South Africa, 1942.
A3 recorded by Andre Didier, Ogoue-Congo Mission, 1946.
A4, A5, B3 & B5 are Odeon-Parlophone recordings.
B1 & B2 recorded in Eritrea bordering on the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 1942.
B4 recorded 1947.
C2 is a Fuentes recording.
C3 to C5 recorded in Port-Au-Prince, 1949.
D1 recorded in 1949.
D4 to D7 recorded in 1950.

Comes with informational 4 page insert.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FE 4500 Various Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America ‎(2xLP, RE + Box) Folkways Records, Ethnic Folkways Library FE 4500 US 1959

The album includes songs such as Ingane Kamalume from South Africa, ‘Jesha Cult Song from Brazil, and Didn’t You Hear My Lord When He Called? from Alabama, USA. In addition, a 6-page booklet of liner notes by Harold Courlander features a brief description of African music and its influence in other regions and detailed song descriptions.

The Anthology of American Folk Music is a six-album compilation released in 1952 by Folkways Records (catalogue FP 251, FP 252, and FP 253), comprising eighty-four American folk, blues and country music recordings that were originally issued from 1927 to 1932. Experimental film maker Harry Smith compiled the music from his personal collection of 78 rpm records. The album is famous due to its role as a touchstone for the American folk music revival in the 1950s and 1960s

The term American folk music encompasses numerous music genres, variously known as traditional music, traditional folk music, contemporary folk music, or roots music. Many traditional songs have been sung within the same family or folk group for generations, and sometimes trace back to such origins as Great Britain, Europe, or Africa all the music that fits between the cracks.

The traditional music of Africa, given the vastness of the continent, is historically ancient, rich and diverse, with different regions and nations of Africa having many distinct musical traditions. Music in Africa is very important when it comes to religion. Songs and music are used in rituals and religious ceremonies, to pass down stories from generation to generation, as well as to sing and dance to.

1. Mary Mack - Lilly's Chapel School (Al. 2:000:30. You look like someone who appreciates good music.

The traditional and folk music here is categorised into various sections such as: Bluegrass, Old-time(Oldtimey), Old Country music, Carter Family, Cowboy songs, Jazz, Blues, Christian music - Country Gospel, Worship, Old-time Hymns, Spirituals, Christmas Music, Celtic - Irish & Scottish, Ballads, Blues, Session Tunes, Children's Songs etc. Tablature for Guitar & mandolin, Singing lessons, Song writing, Chord Charts for piano, guitar, mandolin & banjo. Downloadable PDF scores to print sheet music and MIDI backing tracks for many of the songs.

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