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Various - Southern Cones, Music From Out Of Africa And South America Full Album

Various - Southern Cones, Music From Out Of Africa And South America Full Album Performer: Various
Title: Southern Cones, Music From Out Of Africa And South America
Style: Musique Concrète, Experimental
Category: Electro
Date of release: 2000
Country: US
Label: Leonardo Music Journal, Electronic Music Foundation
Catalog number: ISAST 10, EMF CD 027
Size MP3: 2203 mb
Size FLAC: 1847 mb
Rating: 4.0


1Timeless Closet Blues2:37
2Didier GuigueAquele Que Ficou Sozinho5:27
3Aldo BrizziL'Epreuve Du Labyrinthe6:48
4Kurt DahlkeBrontologik 3.443:11
5FelemaI Wish You Strength And Inner Peace6:20
6Diego LuzuriagaExcerpt From Viento En El Viento5:47
7Lukas LigetiBalarama4:23
8Daniel WymanExcerpt From Wena Wendlovu7:36
9Timeless The Phoenix' Call4:17
10Jurgen BrauningerIhlathi4:30
11Rodrigo SigalExcerpt From Dolor En Mi8:27
12Damian KellerPalabras 11:52
13Eduardo Reck MirandaElectroacoustic Samba 17:23
14Damian KellerEl Escrache3:22


  • Compiled By [Curated]Jurgen Brauninger


Southern Cones was originally released as volume ten of the Leonardo Music Journal CD series available on EMF. Curated by Jürgen Bräuninger, it collects pieces by African and South American composers or artists from the Northern hemisphere strongly influenced or inspired by music from the South. The range of styles is wide and includes electro-acoustic, computer music, and live performances. Various Artists. Southern Cones: Music out of Africa and South America. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 1951 24 Songs. Shayisa Inkasa South Africa - Zulu. Southern Cones: Music out of Africa and South America curated by Jürgen Bräuninger LMJ CD Series Volume 10 2000. Power and Responsibility: Converted to Streaming between Machines curated by Guy Van Belle LMJ CD Series Volume 9 1999. Ghosts and Monsters: Technology and Personality in contemporary Music curated by Matthias Osterwold LMJ CD Series Volume 8 1998. The Lyre's Island: Some Australian Music, Sound Art and Design curated by Douglas Kahn LMJ CD Series Volume 6 1996. Innovation in Contemporary Japanese Composition curated by Marc Battier LMJ CD Series Volume 5 1995. The South African music scene includes both popular jive and folk forms like Zulu isicathamiya singing and harmonic mbaqanga. South Africa has a global music industry. Early records of music in southern Africa indicate a fusion of cultural traditions: African, European and Asian. Modern country's early musician Enoch Sontonga wrote the Southern African national anthem Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika in 1897. By the end of the nineteenth century, South African cities such as Cape Town were large enough to. 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. Out of Africa - The BBC Orchestra. Europe North America Africa Asia South America Middle East Antarctica Central America Pacific Caribbean. Video Series. Hungerlust More Video. Ask a Venezuelan about their countrys most typical music and theyll tell you about Joropo, an uptempo genre that embodies their collective identity. Derived from the word party, this fast and fun music originates from the countryside and has European, African and indigenous influences. A traditional dance similar to the Spanish Fandango complements the harps, guitars and maracas with plenty of turns, shuffles and spins. African music is a tradition mainly played at gatherings at special occasions 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