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Tracklist


1The United States (Mississippi): My Name Has Been Written Down
Recorded By – Emma Courlander, Harold CourlanderVocals – Rosie Hibler And Family
2Sudan: Traveling Song
Recorded By – Harold CourlanderVocals [Male Voices], Harp, Drum – Unknown Artist
3French Equatorial Africa (Badouma): Music Of Boatmen
Performer [Sansa, Stamping Tubes], Horn, Rattle – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Andre Didier
4Ethiopia (Amhara): Ballad
Vocals [Male Voices], Performer [Begenna] – Unknown Artist
5Haiti: Worksong
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
6Eritrea (Tigrai): Ballad
Recorded By – Wolf Leslau
7Sudan: Festival Song
Recorded By – Harold CourlanderVocals [Male Voices], Harp, Drum – Unknown Artist
8The United States (Alabama): Didn't You Hear Me Lord When He Called?
Recorded By – Emma Courlander, Harold CourlanderVocals – Earthy Anne Coleman, Rich Amerson
9Nigeria (Yoruba): Orin Muritala Alhaji
Vocals [Male Chorus], Drum – Unknown Artist
10Haiti: Meringue -- Chere Maman
Accompanied By, Rattle [Chachas] – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Harold CourlanderVocals, Guitar – Unknown Artist
11Haiti: Nago Dance
Chorus [Mixed], Drums – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Harold Courlander
12South Africa (Zulu): Shayisa Inkasa
Vocals [Male Voices] – Unknown Artist
13Trinidad: Ajo Ajo
Recorded By – Melville J. Herskovits
14Nigeria (Ibo): Bara Sanabo Bara
Vocals [Male Voices], Drums, Performer [Sansas, Sticks] – Unknown Artist
15Colombia: Cowherds' Festival
16Zanzibar (Swahili): Bina Adimu
Vocals [Mixed Voices], Rebab, Drum – Unknown Artist
17The United States (Mississippi): Move Members Move
Recorded By – Emma Courlander, Harold CourlanderVocals – Rosie Hibler And Family
18Cuba: Lucumi Song
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
19Trinidad: Beli Dance
Recorded By – Melville J. Herskovits
20Haiti: Juba Dance
Chorus [Mixed], Drum – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Harold Courlander
21The United States (Alabama): What Shall I Do To Be Saved?
Recorded By – Emma Courlander, Harold CourlanderVocals – Dock Reed
22South Africa (Zulu): Ingane Kamalume
Vocals [Male Voices], Drum, Rattle – Unknown Artist
23Brazil (Bahia Region): 'Jesha Cult Song
Chorus, Drum, Rattle [Calabash], Gong [Iron] – Unknown ArtistLeader – Unknown ArtistRecorded By – Frances S. Herskovits, Melville J. Herskovits
24Puerto Rico: Gallinita Toma Tu Maiz
Recorded By – Ricardo E. AlegriaVocals [Male Voices], Drums – Unknown Artist

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
P 500Various Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America ‎(2xLP, Album + Box)Folkways Records, Ethnic Folkways LibraryP 500US1951

Credits


  • Design [Cover]Ronald Clyne
  • Liner NotesRichard Watermann
  • Liner Notes, Edited ByHarold 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.

Info


Album 1951 24 Songs. Music of Boatmen French Equatorial Africa - Badouma. French Equatorial Africa: Music of the , Vol. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. AfricaAmerica, Vol. Исполнитель: Various artists. African-American music is an umbrella term covering a diverse range of music and musical genres largely developed by African Americans. Their origins are in musical forms that arose out of the historical condition of slavery that characterized the lives of African Americans prior to the American Civil War. Folk spirituals were spontaneously created and performed in a repetitive, improvised style. Various black orchestras began to perform regularly in the late 1890s and the early 20th century. The album includes songs such as Ingane Kamalume from South Africa, Jesha Cult Song from Brazil, and Didnt 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. EN ESPAÑOL. Las veinticuatro selecciones incluidas en la compilación de 1951 Negro Folk Music of Africa and America Música de folclor negro de África y América provee una muestra de estilos musicales de la diáspora africana en Sur América, el Caribe y. Radio Caprice - Pop music 80's. Sia Chandelier. Capital FM 105. Kim Ruehl is a folk music writer whose writing has appeared in Billboard, West Coast Performer, and NPR. She is also the Community Manager for the folk music magazine NoDepression. These groups and others brought the folk music of their communities fiercely into the public consciousness, rapping about racism, violence, politics, and poverty. At the same time, they also addressed relationships, work, and other aspects of day-to-day life. French Equatorial Africa Badouma: Music Of Boatmen - Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America - Unknown Artist, André Didier. Nigeria Yoruba: Orin Muritala Alhaji - Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America - Unknown Artist. Nigeria Ibo: Bara Sanabo Bara - Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America - Unknown Artist. Eritrea Tigrai: Ballad - Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America - Wolf Leslau. Ethiopia Amhara: Ballad - Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America - Unknown Artist. Brazil Bahia Region: 'Jesha Cult Song - Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America - Unknown Artist, Melville J. Herskovits, Frances S. Des millions de nouveautés en matière d'applications et de jeux Android ainsi que de musique, de films, d'émissions de télévision, de livres, de magazines et plus. Profitez-en à tout moment, n'importe où, sur tous vos appareils

Various - Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America MP3
Performer: Various
Genre: Soul / Non music / World
Title: Negro Folk Music Of Africa And America
Country: US
Released: 1959
Style: African, Gospel, Religious
MP3 album: 2591 mb
FLAC album: 2915 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 484
Source: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Reissue Box Set
№ Cat: FE 4500
Label: Folkways Records, Ethnic Folkways Library