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Various - Music! The Berlin Phonogramm-Archiv (1900-2000)


Performer: Various
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Album: Music! The Berlin Phonogramm-Archiv (1900-2000)
Released: 2000
Style: Field Recording, Education, Religious, Folk
MP3 version ZIP size: 1268 mb
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Rating: 4.5
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Wax Cylinder Recordings (1893-1954) 78:19
Asia
1-1 Unknown Artist "Kham Hom", Performed By A Theater Ensemble From Bangkok. Berlin, 1900
Recorded By – Carl Stumpf
1:57
1-2 Perfecto Balangi "Oggayam" Sung By Perfecto Balangi, A Southern Kalinga. Balatoc, Phillippines, 1934
Recorded By – Jenö Von Takács*Vocals – Perfecto Balangi
1:55
1-3 Unknown Artist "Tedhak Saking", Central Javanese Gamelan Composition. Yogyakarta, Java, 1932
Recorded By – Jaap Kunst
4:49
1-4 Rehana Tyabji Krishna Song, Voice And Flute Imitation By Rehana Tyabji. Baroda, India, 1933
Recorded By – Arnold BlakeVocals, Flute – Rehana Tyabji
3:03
1-5 Abdal Ali Death Lament Of The Kurdish Singer Abdal Ali. Sendshirili, Turkey, 1902
Recorded By – Felix Von LuschanVocals – Abdal Ali
3:55
1-6 Unknown Artist Two Jewish Songs. Yemen, 1931
Lyrics By – Se'adya Ben Amram*Recorded By – Hans Helfritz
2:57
1-7 Unknown Artist Dance Tune Played On The Two-Stringed Fiddle "Qoboz" By Two Professional Uzbek Musicians. Tashkent, Russian Turkestan, 1905
Recorded By – Richard Karutz
2:20
1-8 Unknown Artist Rowing Song Of A Boat's Crew On The Yangzi. Sichuan, China, 1912
Recorded By – Friedrich Weiss
1:53
1-9 Unknown Artist "Ezo Ya Matsumaye", Japanese Folk Song, Niigata, Japan, 1911
Recorded By – Erwin Walter
2:08
1-10 Unknown Artist Beginning Of The "Gagaku" Composition "Etenraku." The Wind Section. Tokyo, Japan, 1911
Recorded By – Heinrich Werkmeister
2:06
Australia / Oceania
1-11 Nyulnyul "Dance Choir With Trill" Of The Nyulnyul. Beagle Bay, Australia, 1910
Recorded By [A Missionary Of The Pallotine Order] – Unknown Artist
2:19
1-12 Baigisa Song Of The "Ujangong" Mask Dance, Sung By The Monumbo Man Baigisa. German New Guinea, 1904
Recorded By – Rudolf PöchVocals – Baigisa
1:23
1-13 Unknown Artist Song Sung By A Man, Recorded In Timbunke. Interlocking Flutes. German New Guinea, 1912
Recorded By – Adolf Roesicke
1:16
1-14 Unknown Artist Song Sung By A Man, Recorded In Timbunke. Interlocking Flutes. German New Guinea, 1912
Recorded By – Adolf Roesicke
2:00
1-15 Dawidi Anam "Tangiboa", Death Lament, Sung By Dawidi Anam. German New Guinea, 1928
Recorded By – Heinrich ZahnVocals – Dawidi Anam
2:36
1-16 Unknown Artist Dance Song "A Uali." Baluan, Admiralty Islands, 1907
Recorded By – Richard Thurnwald
1:02
1-17 Essep Breadfruit Dance Song, Sung By Essep, Island Of Uman. Truk, Micronesia, 1907
Recorded By – Augustin KrämerVocals – Essep
1:18
Africa
1-18 Unknown Artist Bedouin Song, Jabal Harāz, Yemen, 1931
Recorded By – Hans Helfritz
1:28
1-19 Kabyle Bedouin Song, Kabyle Berber, Northeast Algeria, 1927
Recorded By – Robert Lachmann
0:56
1-20 Tuareg Caravan Song Of The Tuareg Of The Sahara. Tunisia (?), 1929
Recorded By – Baron Rodolphe D'Erlanger*
0:58
1-21 Baoulé Three Flute Players And A Singer Of The Atutu (Baule). Abigui, Ivory Coast, 1935
Flute – BaouléRecorded By – Hans Himmelheber
2:22
1-22 Okofu Five Proverbs, Drummed In The Twi Language By Okofu From Logba. Togo, 1905
Drums – OkofuRecorded By – Lieutenant Smend*
1:28
1-23 Unknown Artist Music For The "Lela" Celebration. Four Flutes And Singing. Bali, Cameroon, 1908
Recorded By – Bernhard Ankermann
2:14
1-24 Luba Vessel Flute Music, Played By Two Luba Musicians. Luebo, Kete Region, Congo, 1906
Flute – Luba Recorded By – Leo Frobenius
2:19
1-25 Ngangela Music Of The "Cisanzi" Board Lamellophone, Played By A Ngangela Or Cokwe Musician. Central Angolan Highlands, 1913
Kalimba – NgangelaRecorded By – Alfred Schachtzabel
1:43
1-26 Bahutu* "Amahoro Meéza", Sung By The Bahutu Women Of Maraangara (Gitarama). Rwanda, 1907/08
Recorded By – Jan Czekanowski
1:57
1-27 Azande* Song Of The Zande. Southwestern Sudan, 1928
Recorded By – Edward E. Evans-Pritchard
1:52
1-28 Azande* Song Of The Zande. Southwestern Sudan, 1928
Recorded By – Edward E. Evans-Pritchard
1:09
1-29 Bondei Xylophone Piece Of The Bondei, Played On The "Vilangwi" Xylophone. Tanga, Tanganyika, 1903
Recorded By – Carl Meinhof
2:35
The Americas
1-30 Nlaka'pamux Dance Song Of The Thompson River Indians. British Columbia, 1897
Recorded By – Franz Boas
1:26
1-31 Hopi Eagle Song Of The Hopi Indians. Arizona. Berlin, 1906
Recorded By – Otto Abraham
2:09
1-32 Leocadio Enriquez "Mitote" Singing Of The Cora Indian Leocadio Enriquez. Jesús María, Mexico, 1905/06
Recorded By – Konrad Theodor PreußVocals – Leocadio Enriquez
1:53
1-33 Taulipang Song For The "Parischera" Dance Of The Taulipang. Northeast Brazil/South Venezuela, 1911
Recorded By – Theodor Koch-Grünberg
1:40
1-34 Chiriguano Song Of A Chiriguano Indian From Bolivia. San Pedro De Jujuy, Argentina, 1906
Recorded By – Robert Lehmann-Nitsche
0:59
1-35 Masemikens Pedro "Song From The Youth Initiation," Sung By The Yámana Indian Masemikens Pedro. Mellijones, Tiera Del Fuego, Chile, 1903
Recorded By – Martin GusindeVocals – Masemikens Pedro
2:27
Europe
1-36 Various Two "Tvísöngvar" From Iceland, 1928
Recorded By – Jón LeifsVocals – Gísli Stefánsson, Sigurðour Gunnarsson, Vilhjálmur Sigurðarson
0:40
1-37 Various Two "Tvísöngvar" From North Iceland, 1928
Recorded By – Jón LeifsVocals – Gísli Stefánsson, Sigurðour Gunnarsson, Vilhjálmur Sigurðarson
1:10
1-38 Unknown Artist Two Instrumental Pieces, Played By A "Skudučiai" Ensemble. Parish Jūžintai, Northeast Lithuania, 1909
Recorded By – Eduard Wolter
1:00
1-39 Unknown Artist Two Instrumental Pieces, Played By A "Skudučiai" Ensemble. Parish Jūžintai, Northeast Lithuania, 1909
Recorded By – Eduard Wolter
0:48
1-40 Michał Kulawiak Polish Folk Song, Sung By Michał Kulawiak. Poland, 1930
Recorded By – Łucjan Kamieński
2:01
1-41 Various Song From The Böhmerwald. Neuern, Czechoslovakian Republic, 1931
Recorded By – Mieczysław KolinskiVocals – Franz Fritz, Franz Wesselak, Hans Hackl
0:44
1-42 Christiane Marrak Sorbian Spinning Room Song, Sung By Christiane Marrak. Burg, Germany, 1907
Recorded By – Erich M. Von HornbostelVocals – Christiane Marrak
1:24
Tape Recordings - Monophonic (1951-1974) 76:28
Asia
2-1 Mehmet Bayraktar Instrumental Narration, Played On The Duct Flute "Düdük". Mehmet Bayraktar, Antakya, Turkey, 1956
Flute [Düdük] – Mehmet BayraktarRecorded By – Dieter Christensen, Kurt Reinhard
3:46
2-2 Seyid Ahmet "Qaside," Sung By Seyid Ahmet Of Şırnak. Hakkari, Turkey, 1965
Recorded By – Dieter ChristensenVocals – Seyid Ahmet
4:08
2-3 Mukhtar 'Ārif Ijnād "Atābā", Sung And Accompanied On The Spike Fiddle "Rabāb" By Mukhtar 'Ārif Ijnād. Wint Al-Rihān, Syria, 1974
Recorded By – Ekkehart RoylVocals, Fiddle [Rabāb] – Mukhtar 'Ārif Ijnād
3:11
2-4 Jeries Nimir "Taksim" In "Maqām Nahāwand", Played On The Short-Necked Lute "Al-'ūd" By Jeries Nimir. Nazareth, Israel, 1967
Lute [Al-'ūd] – Jeries NimirRecorded By – Habib Hassan Touma
7:07
2-5 Various Two Instrumental Pieces Played On The "Zïbïzga" (Flute) And The "Dombra" (Lute) By The Uigur Musicians Sarkat And Toktagan. Istanbul, Turkey, 1955
Flute [Zïbïzga] – SarkatLute [Dombra] – ToktaganRecorded By – Dieter Christensen, Kurt Reinhard
1:16
2-6 Various Two Instrumental Pieces Played On The "Zïbïzga" (Flute) And The "Dombra" (Lute) By The Uigur Musicians Sarkat And Toktagan. Istanbul, Turkey, 1955
Flute [Zïbïzga] – SarkatLute [Dombra] – ToktaganRecorded By – Dieter Christensen, Kurt Reinhard
2:07
2-7 Sugimoto Kikue "Goze" Singer Sugimoto Kikue Accompanies Herself On The "Shamisen." Takada, Japan, 1964
Recorded By – Eta Harich-SchneiderShamisen, Vocals – Sugimoto Kikue
4:15
Oceania
2-8 Anga Initiation Song And Jew's Harp Piece Of The Anga. Village Of Seseli, Banir River
Recorded By – Hans Fischer
0:51
2-9 Anga Initiation Song And Jew's Harp Piece Of The Anga. Village Of Seseli, Banir River, New Guinea, 1968
Recorded By – Hans Fischer
1:39
2-10 Unknown Artist Dance Song For Initiation. Moeneu, Santa Cruz Archipelago, 1967
Recorded By – Gerd Koch
4:10
Africa
2-11 Various "Mawwāl" And Nubian Song. Cairo, Egypt, 1955
Clarinet [Arghūl Kebīr] – Rif'at As-SayyidFlute [Sibs] – Muhammad Rif'atRecorded By – Charles Gregor, Hans HickmannVocals – 'Abd Al-Hamīd Al-Gherbāwī
3:03
2-12 Various "Mawwāl" And Nubian Song. Cairo, Egypt, 1955
Clarinet [Arghūl Kebīr] – Rif'at As-SayyidFlute [Sibs] – Muhammad Rif'atRecorded By – Charles Gregor, Hans HickmannVocals – 'Abd Al-Hamīd Al-Gherbāwī
5:12
2-13 Buduma Song Of The Harp Player Kali Of The Buduma. Lake Chad Island Of N'guya, Tchad, 1962
Recorded By – Fritz Bückner, Walter Konrad
2:35
2-14 Hausa Dance Of The Hausa Girls With Drumming. Anka, Northern Nigeria, 1961
Recorded By – Kurt Krieger
4:30
2-15 Magogo KaDinuzulu Zulu Songs Accompanied By The Musical Bow "Ugubhu," Sung And Played By Princess KaDinuzulu. Village Of Mahlabatini, South Africa, 1968
Recorded By – Horst UhligVocals, Performer [Musical Bow - Ugubhu] – Magogo KaDinuzulu
2:10
2-16 Ntshambo Thole "Ntete", Musical Piece For A Mouth-Resonated Bow, Played By The Msena Musician Ntshambo Thole. Village Of Chambuluka, Lower Shire Valley, Malaŵi, 1967
Recorded By – Gerhard Kubik, Maurice DjendaVocals, Performer [Musical Bow - Nyakatangali] – Ntshambo Thole
3:07
2-17 Bavuma Boat Song. Island Of Buvuma, Lake Victoria, Uganda, 1970
Recorded By – Jürgen Jensen
2:58
2-18 Bavuma Boat Song. Island Of Buvuma, Lake Victoria, Uganda, 1970
Recorded By – Jürgen Jensen
1:58
2-19 Borana Two Haunting Songs Of The Borana-Galla. Southern Ethiopia, 1951
Recorded By – Eike Haberland
1:19
2-20 Borana Haunting Song Of The Borana-Galla. Southern Ethiopia
Recorded By – Eike Haberland
0:54
South America
2-21 Olamihû "News Chant" Of The Waika Indian Olamihu. Upper Orinoco, Venezuela, 1954
Recorded By – Meinhard Schuster, Otto ZerriesVocals – Olamihû
1:52
2-22 Unknown Artist Music For An "Ayarichi" Dance, Played On Panpipes And Drums. Department Of Chuquisaca, Bolivia, 1958
Recorded By – Hans Dietrich Disselhoff
3:27
Europe
2-23 Various Three "Yoiks" Of The Sami. Karasjok, Norway, 1956
Recorded By – Wolfgang MunserVocals – Eriksen Mollesjok, Per Hætta
1:06
2-24 Various Three "Yoiks" Of The Sami. Karasjok, Norway, 1956
Recorded By – Wolfgang MunserVocals – Eriksen Mollesjok, Per Hætta
1:06
2-25 Various Three "Yoiks" Of The Sami. Karasjok, Norway, 1956
Recorded By – Wolfgang MunserVocals – Eriksen Mollesjok, Per Hætta
0:51
2-26 Various Historical Song Performed By Ramë Nikqi , Hysen Nikqi And Ramë Nikqi . Rugovo, Kosovo, 1959
Vocals – Hysen Nikqi, Ramë Nikqi*
3:58
2-27 Various Easter Song, Sung By Rista Mirčeska And Duda Nikodinoska. Bituse, Macedonia, 1974
Recorded By – Susanne ZieglerVocals – Duda Nikodinoska, Rista Mirčeska
2:12
2-28 Heinrich Baronner Ensemble "Zwiefacher," Played By The Ensemble Of Heinrich Baronner. Aichach, Upper Bavaria, Germany, 1967
Conductor – Heinrich BaronnerEnsemble – Heinrich Baronner EnsembleRecorded By – Felix Hoerburger
1:38
Tape Recordings - Stereophonic (Field) (1967-2000) 76:00
Asia
3-1 Goong Gambelan Ajeng Music Of The "Gamelan Ajeng". Village Of Buher, Karawang, West-Java, Indonesia, 1981
Ensemble – Goong Gambelan AjengRecorded By – Gutama Soegijo*
12:07
3-2 Jegog Jayus "Jegog" Music, Played By The Ensemble "Jegog Jayus" From The Village Of Sangkaragung, Northwestern Bali, Indonesia, 1995
Ensemble – Jegog JayusRecorded By – Martin Ramstedt
4:17
3-3 Tigwa Manobo* Dance Song Of The Tigwa Manobo, Accompanied On The Tube Zither And The Boat Lute. Village Of SItio Kisayab, San Fernando, Bukidnon, Philippines, 1993
Lute [Kuglung] – Datu AlibudbudRecorded By – Hans BrandeisVocals, Zither [Salurey] – Pamana
3:20
3-4 Various Praise Song Of The Royal Power. "Pat Pyo", Composed By Myawaddy Mingyi U Sa. Rangoon, Myanmar/Burma, 2000
Composed By – Myawaddy Mingyi U SaCymbal [Lingwin] – U Aung WinCymbal [Si Ne Wa] – U Maung Maung HtutDrums [Pat Waing] – U Sein KalarDrums [Patma, Chauk Lon Pat] – U Myint KyiDrums [Si Doe] – U Khin HlaingGong [Kyi Maung] – U Aung UOboe [Hne] – U Aung OhnRecorded By – Gretel Schwörer-KohlVocals – Daw Tin Tim
4:20
3-5 Various "South Vietnamese Music Of The Talented". Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 1999
Fiddle [Cờ] – Út TỵFlute [Sáo] – Đoạn Văn DũngGuitar [Ghita Phím Lõm] – Phạm Văn MônLute [Đàn Kim], Percussion [Song Lang] – Trương Văn TừRecorded By – Gisa JähnichenVocals – Cao Thị ThắngZither [Dânh Tranh] – Vũy Chỗ
4:42
3-6 Heishan "Aacigu" ('Mountain Song'), Sung By The Aini Heishan. Yuennan, China, 1990
Recorded By – Edda Brandes, Shu-chi LeeVocals – Heishan
1:14
3-7 Unknown Artist "Qurbah." Bagpipe Music Performed At A Wedding. Group Of Sa'īd Shinīn Of Ṣallān, Ṣohār, Recorded In Majīs, Wilāyah Ṣohār, Oman, 1990
Recorded By – Dieter Christensen
4:46
Oceania
3-8 Eipo Music From The Highland Region Of Western New Guinea (Irian Jaya). Excerpt From A Great Dance Festival In Munggona (Eipomek), 1976
Recorded By – Artur Simon
4:49
3-9 Yali Christmas Dance Of The Yali. Missionary Station Angguruk, Western New Guinea, 1975
Recorded By – Ekkehart Royl
2:44
Africa
3-10 Berta Gera Esharbeh - Two Compositions Played By "Waza" Trumpet Ensembles Of The Berta. Villages Of Mitinjalo Near Qessan And Uffud El-Tom, Sudan, 1982
Recorded By – Artur Simon
2:52
3-11 Berta Asa Musa Iadoiya - Two Compositions Played By "Waza" Trumpet Ensembles Of The Berta. Villages Of Mitinjalo Near Qessan And Uffud El-Tom, Sudan, 1982
Recorded By – Artur Simon
1:54
3-12 Mwirugavu Yalyaki Nkwanzi Group The Mwirugavu Yalyaki Nkwanzi Group. Ensemble Music For Panpipes And Xylophone. Village Of Namisambia I, Bugosa District, Uganda, 2000
Panpipes – Mwirugavu Yalyaki Nkwanzi GroupRecorded By – Moya A. Malamusi
4:11
3-13 Ganga Kura "Shi Kalaksai", Praise Music Played By The "Ganga Kura" Ensemble Of The Shehu Of Borno. Maidiguri, Nigeria, 1991
Ensemble – Ganga KuraRecorded By – Raimund Vogels
3:19
The Americas
3-14 The Rising Youth "Reel", Played By The Ensemble "The Rising Youth". Tobago, 1995
Ensemble – The Rising YouthRecorded By – Andreas Meyer
3:15
3-15 Kallawaya "Phukuna" Panflute Ensemble ("Kantu") Of The Kallawayas. Charazani, Bolivia, 1983
Recorded By – Max Peter Baumann
5:02
Europe
3-16 Various "Caramelles De Nadal", Christmas Songs. San Jorge, Eivissa (Ibiza), Spain, 1978
Flute, Drums – Pep MuceñasRecorded By – Manuel TrökesVocals, Castanets, Performer [Sword Blade] – Francisco Margali, Juan Margali
4:14
3-17 Various "Boche 'e Notte", "Tenores" Singing. Bitti, Sardinia, 1988
Recorded By – Bożena MuszjakskaTenor Vocals – Daniele Cosellu*, Piero Sanna, Saltavore Bandinu, Tencredi Tucconi
5:11
3-18 Various "Shavi Shashvi" ("The Black Trush"). Three-Part Vocal Polyphony From Guria, Georgia, 1991
Recorded By – Susanne ZieglerVocals – Avtandil Makharadze, Otar Berdzenishvili, Wazha Gogoladze
3:44
Tape Recordings - Stereophonic (Concert) (1973-2000) 72:28
Asia
4-1 The Banjar Gruppe "Ortsende", Paul Gutama Soegijo And The Banjar Gruppe. Berlin, Germany, 1973
Composed By – Paul Gutama SoegijoPerformer – The Banjar Gruppe
4:11
4-2 Various "Kripaju", A Composition By Tyāgarāja In Rāgam Chajatharangini And Tālam Aditālam, Performed By Rajeswari Padmanabhan, Karaikkudi S. Subramanian And Tanjore Upendran From Madras, India, 1975
Composed By – Tyāgarāja*Mridangam – Tanjore UpendranVeena – Karaikkudi S. Subramanian, Rajeswari Padmanabhan
4:12
4-3 Various "Khyāl" In "Rāg Mishra Bhairavi," Sung By Sulochana Yajurvedi Brahaspati And Accompanied By Inder Lal Dhandra, India, 1981
Sarangi [Sārangī] – Inder Lal DhandraTabla [Tablā] – Maqbool H. Al QureshiTambura [Tanpura] – Armod VardhanVocals – Sulochana Yajurvedi Brahaspati
9:52
4-4 Trân Quang Hải* Solo Piece For The Vietnamese Zither "Đàn Tranh", Performed By Trân Quang Hải, Paris, 1985
Zither [Đàn Tranh] – Trân Quang Hải*
5:49
4-5 Liang Tsai-p'ing Solo Piece For The Chinese Zither "Zheng", Composed And Performed By Liang Tsai-p'ing, Taiwan, 1979
Composed By, Zither [Zheng] – Liang Tsai-p'ing
7:43
4-6 Munir Bahir* "Taqsīm" On The Arabian Lute "Al-'ūd," Played By Munir Bahir, Iraq, 1983
Oud [Al-'ūd] – Munir Bahir*
6:42
Africa
4-7 "Mizmār Baladī" Ensemble Music Of The "Mizmār Baladī" Ensemble From Upper Egypt, 1977
Ensemble – "Mizmār Baladī" Ensemble
8:29
4-8 Munnina Mint Eleya "Madīḥ Nabawī" ("Praise Of The Prophet") Performed By Munnina Mint Eleya And Her Griot Ensemble From Mauretania, 1978
Performer – Munnina Mint Eleya
10:30
4-9 Evaristo Muyinda Historical Song, Sung To The Bowl Lyre "Endongo", By Evaristo Muyinda From Kampala, Uganda, 1983
Vocals, Lyre [Endongo] – Evaristo Muyinda
3:41
4-10 Donald Kachamba's Kwela Band "Mama Elisa, Played By Donald Kachamba's Kwela Band From Malaŵi, 1981
Ensemble – Donald Kachamba's Kwela Band
3:13
4-11 Kwame Osei Korankye Introductoy Song, Sung And Played On The Bridge Harp "Seperewa" By Kwame Osei Korankye From Ghana, 1999
Vocals, Harp [Seperewa] – Kwame Osei Korankye
3:08
4-12 The Bambala Traditional Group Music For "Kete" Drums, Played By The Bambala Traditional Group From Ghana/Köln, Germany, 1999
Ensemble – The Bambala Traditional Group
4:56

Companies, etc.

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  • Published By – Ethnologisches Museum
  • Published By – Berliner Phonogramm-Archiv
  • Published By – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
  • Published By – Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz

Credits

  • Compiled By – Artur Simon, Ulrich Wegner
  • Design [Cover] – Gabriele Meyer-Hoppe
  • Engineer [Sound Restoration] – Jürgen Schöpf (tracks: 1-1 to 1-42)
  • Executive Producer [Museum Collection Berlin Series Editor] – Artur Simon
  • Liner Notes – Amy Catlin, Andreas Meyer, Artur Simon, Birthe Traerup, Dieter Christensen, Don Niles, Eberhard Fischer, Edda Brandes, Ekkehart Royl, Ephraim Ya'akov, Gerd Koch, Gerhard Kubik, Gila Flam, Gisa Jähnichen, Gottfried Eberle, Grace Koch, Gretel Schwörer-Kohl, Günther Hartmann, Hans Brandeis, Hans Fischer, Ingrid Fritsch, Jos Gansemans, Jürgen Engelhardt, Jürgen Jensen, Kurt Krieger, Marc Chemillier, Mareile Irmler, Margaret Buckner, Martin Boiko, Martin Ramstedt, Max Peter Baumann, Miguel A. García, Nazir Jairazbhoy, Paul Gutama Soegijo, Piotr Dahlig, Raimund Vogels, Razia Sultanova, Richard Haas, Rüdiger Schumacher, Shu-chi Lee, Susanne Ziegler, Tobias Robert Klein, Trân Quang Hải*, Ulrich Wegner, Urban Bareis, Viola Hörbst, Árni Björnsson
  • Liner Notes [Musical Notations] – Wolfgang Strelow
  • Liner Notes [Translations] – Caroline Diessel
  • Mastered By [Digital Master Tape] – Albrecht Wiedmann

Notes

From the back cover:
"Music" - what different meanings this word can have in the various cultures of the world! The compact discs provide a taste of the fascination of the phenomenon of music. They cover a century of the world music from five continents, saved on wax cynlinders, analogue and digital audio tape. The musical heritage of the world - today it still resonates in institutions like the Berlin Phonogramm-Archiv."

Compact discs in two jewel cases with a 284-page booklet housed in a large illustrated cardboard sleeve.

Published by Ethnologisches Museum - Musikethnologie/Phonogramm-Archiv - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz (SMPK)
Museum Collection Berlin - Memory of the World

(P) + (C) 2000 WERGO, a div. of Schott Music & Media GmbH, Mainz, Germany
Made in Germany.

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  • Other (SPARS Code): ADD / DDD
  • Label Code: LC 06356
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CD 27 Various Music! The Berlin Phonogramm-Archiv 1900-2011 In 111 Recordings ‎(5xCD, Comp + Box) Museum Collection Berlin CD 27 Germany 2014