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Various - Worlds of Music: An Introduction to the Music of the World's Peoples (Fourth Edition) Full Album Performer: Various
Title: Worlds of Music: An Introduction to the Music of the World's Peoples (Fourth Edition)
Category: Rock / Latin / Soul / Blues / Audio Files / Pop / World
Date of release: 2002
Country: US
Label: Schirmer
Catalog number: ISBN 0-534-59104-3
Size MP3: 2874 mb
Size FLAC: 1290 mb
Rating: 4.8

Tracklist

1Field Holler
Performer – Leonard "Baby Doo" CastonRecorded By – Jeff Todd Titon
0:43
22:35
3Folsom Prison Blues
Performer – The Fenders Written-By – Johnny Cash
2:50
4Sisters, Hold On To Your Chastity (traditional women's ganga song of the Muslim highlands) (2000 recording)
Performer – Azra Bandić, Emsija Tatarović, Luckin MevlaRecorded By – Mirjana Laušević
1:06
5Waht Do You Love The Best, Little Devil? (contemporary women's ganga song)
Performer – Azra Bandić, Emsija Tatarović, Luckin MevlaRecorded By – Mirjana Laušević
1:02
61:20
7Devi Niye Tunai ("O Devil With Fish-Shaped Eyes")
Mridangam – David Nelson Recorded By – Owen Muir Vocals – Shobha VasudevanWritten-By – Papanasan Sivan
4:37
8O svargija (traditional Muslim lowlands song with šargija lute)
Performer – Švkiba and friendsRecorded By – Mirjana Laušević
1:06
94:11
10Demonstration: Agbekor
Performer – David Locke
3:54
11One fast-paced song (4:27–5:35)
12Ain't Enough Comin' In
Performer, Written-By – Otis Rush
5:53
133:41
143:33
153:07
16Sarasiruha ("To The Goddess Saraswati") (Kriti in Natai raga)
Composed By – Pulaiyur Doraismy AyyarEngineer – Rahul K. RaveendranMridangam – Raja RaoVeena – Ranganayaki Rajagopalan
22:32
17Navajo Sacred Prayer (Episode from Navajo Shootingway ceremony)
Performer [Led by] – Dinet TsosieRecorded By – David P. McAllester
0:59
18Grass Dance (traditional Sioux war dance)
Recorded By – Ray Boley
1:51
19From Dark Till Dawn
Recorded By – Jeff Todd TitonVocals, Guitar, Written-By – Johnny Shines
3:29
20Sisters, Hold On To Your Chastity (traditional women's ganga song of the Muslim highlands) (1990 recording)
Performer – Azra Bandić, Emsija Tatarović, Luckin MevlaRecorded By – Mirjana Laušević
0:40
21One song in free rhythm (3:02–4:20)
22What Lifts The Heart Of A Rascal? (traditional men's ganga song of the Muslim highlands)
Performer – Muhamed Elezovic, Safet Elezovic, Zejnil MaslesaRecorded By – Mirjana Laušević
1:24
23Songs of hermit thrushes
Recorded By – Jeff Todd Titon
0:31
243:52
251:58
26Proud Earth
Performer – Chief Dan GeorgePerformer, Written-By – Arlene Nofchissey Williams
3:32
271:18
283:32
29Kokomo Blues
Drums – Mitchell GenovaGuitar – Jeff Todd TitonRecorded By – Michael JustenVocals, Guitar, Written-By – Fred McDowell
2:40
30Nag Biegu (Ferocious Wild Bull) (traditional Praise Name Dance song of Dagbon)
Performer – Lunsi drummers of the Dagbamba peopleRecorded By – David Locke
2:08
31Agbekor (traditional music of the Ewe people)
Recorded By – David Locke
(5:35)
32Jel' Sarajevo gdje je nekad bilo ("Is Sarajevo Still Where It Was?")
Performer – Dino Merlin
4:19
33Engal Kalyanam ("Our Wedding")
Composed By – M. S. ViswanathanLyrics By – Vali Performer – L.R. Eswari, P. B. Sreenivos, P. Susheela, T.M. Soundararajan
3:25
34Paparude̲l̲e̲ ("Come, Little Rain")
Performer – Gypsy children in Gavşteşti village in Romania
0:27
35Mother Earth
Performer, Written-By – Sharon Burch
2:57
363:53
37Nhemamusasa (kushaura section; traditional Shona)
Recorded By – Paul Berliner
2:39
380:33
39Trepetljika trepetala ("That which trembles") (excerpt)
Performer – Himzo Polovina
1:17
40Three slow-paced songs (0:00–2:52)
41Poor Boy Blues
Performer – Lazy Bill Lucas TrioRecorded By – Jeff Todd Titon
3:16
42Hymn Of The Native American Church (Navajo Peyote song)
Performer – George Mitchell , Kaya DavidRecorded By – Willard Rhodes
1:14
43Postal workers canceling stamps at the University of Ghana post office (whistled tune: "Bompata")
Composed By ["Bompata"] – W. J. AkyeampongRecorded By – James Koetting
2:59
44Klaro del dija ("Break of Day")
Lead Vocals, Guitar – Flory JagodaPerformer – The Hesperus, Howard BassRecorded By – Abby Sternberg
1:52
451:23
462:28
47Gadasjot (Iroquois quiver dance or warrior's stomp dance song)
Performer – Joshua Billy Buck, Simeon GibsonRecorded By – William Fenton
0:47
485:08
49Bubaran "Kembang Pacar" ("Red Flower") (pélog pathet nem)
Gamelan – Gamelan Orchestra Of The Yogyakarta Royal PalaceRecorded By – R. Anderson Sutton
3:04
50Yeibichai (Navajo dance song from Nightway)
Performer [Led by] – Sandoval BegayRecorded By – Willard Rhodes
2:15
51Lullaby (traditional Zuni)
Performer – LanaiditsaRecorded By – David McAllester
0:58
52Nyarai (Be Ashamed)
Performer – Thomas Mapfumo and Blacks UnlimitedWritten-By – Thomas Mapfumo
2:29
533:01
54Lambango (Mande song)
Performer – Kekuta Suso, Seni JobatehPerformer, Written-By – Mariatu KuyatehRecorded By – Roderic Knight
3:02
555:19
56Demonstration: Bubaran "Kembang Pacar" (pélog pathet nem)
Gamelan – University of Wisconsin-Madison Javanese Gamelan EnsembleMusic Director – R. Anderson Sutton
3:55
57You Don't Love Me
Drums – Sam LayRecorded By – Jeff Todd TitonVocals, Guitar – Magic SamWritten-By – Willie Cobbs
3:35
58Zadnja Stanica Brćko ("Last Stop Brćko")
Performer, Written-By – Mensur HatićRecorded By – Mark Slobin
3:33
593:25
60Makala (name of unknown person) (traditional BaAka song)
Recorded By – Michelle Kisliuk
2:20
613:35
6210:48
63Ladrang "Wilujeng" ("safe, secure") (pélog pathet barang)
Gamelan – Ngudya WiramaMusic Director – Ki SuhardiRecorded By – René Lysloff
8:47
64She Got Me Walkin'
Performer – Lazy Bill And His Blue RhythmsWritten-By – William "Lazy Bill" Lucas
3:01
65Rosie
Performer – Prisoners at Mississippi State PenitentiaryRecorded By – Alan Lomax
2:50
66Origins
Performer – R. Carlos Nakai
4:00
67Amazing Grace
Performer – Congregation of the Fellowship Independent Baptist ChurchPerformer [Led by] – Rev. John SherfeyRecorded By – Jeff Todd Titon
2:52
68Shizhané'é ("I'm In Luck") (Navajo circle dance from Enemyway)
Performer – Albert G. Sandoval, Jr., Ray WinnieRecorded By – David P. McAllester
1:20
69Hristianova kopanitsa (dance)
Performer – TrakiyaPerformer, Written-By – Ivo Papazov
3:26
70I Need $100
Performer – One-String Sam
2:59
71Amazing Grace
Performer – Deacon and congregation of the New Bethel Baptist ChurchRecorded By – Jeff Todd Titon
2:36
722:37
733:23
742:31
75Clinging To A Saving Hand (traditional Christian hymn)
Performer – The Chinle Galileans
3:42

Credits

  • Edited By [General Editor]Jeff Todd Titon

Notes

Audio supplement to college textbook of the same name.

All names on the cover are of writers and editors of the textbook. No production credits other than recording are given in the CD booklet.

"COPYRIGHT © ℗ 2002 Wadsworth Group. Schirmer is an imprint of the Wadsworth Group, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc. Thomson Learning™ is a trademark used herein under license."

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