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VA - Rough Guide to Music Without Frontiers (2014)

9-02-2015, 15:08

VA - Rough Guide to Music Without Frontiers (2014)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Rough Guide to Music Without Frontiers
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Rough Guides/World Music Network
Genre: World music
Quality: Mp3, 320 kbps / FLAC
Total Time: 01:58:05
Total Size: 280 Mb / 657 Mb


01. The Garifuna Collective - Alagan (Legacy) [Garifuna]
02. Parno Graszt - Koro Kino (Roma)
03. Mariem Hassan - Rahy El Aaiun Egdat (Western Sahara)
04. The Kamkars - Set Me Free (Segah) [Kurdistan]
05. Ali Mohammed Birra - Kan Ati Fettun Asani Infedhani (Oromo)
06. Bi Kidude - Kijiti (Zanzibar)
07. Hanggai - Four Seasons (Inner Mongolia)
08. Voce Di Corsica - A Me Brunetta (Corsica)
09. A Tribe Called Red - The Road (First Nations) [feat. Black Bear]
10. Abdul Ghapur, Gul Muhammad & Yusup Koshkalat - Sheki Saz (Balochistan)
11. Ramzi Aburedwan - Rahil (Palestine)
12. Tashi Lhunpo Monks - Ngag-Ki-Rolyang (Tibet)
13. Yarkend Dance, Song Ensemble & Sanam Ensemble - Dastan Neghmeh & Marghul I (Excerpt) [Uyghyur]
14. Korrontzi - Belardi (Basque)
15. Namgyal Lhamo - Bell
16. Namgyal Lhamo - Mani
17. Namgyal Lhamo - Chaba Chuyi
18. Namgyal Lhamo - Acho Soetop
19. Namgyal Lhamo - Duk Sansang
20. Namgyal Lhamo - Nenyi Samdup
21. Namgyal Lhamo - Amaleho
22. Namgyal Lhamo - Chang Ya-Re
23. Namgyal Lhamo - Pangye Metok
24. Namgyal Lhamo - Gya Nagpo Ta
25. Namgyal Lhamo - Rang Yu
26. Namgyal Lhamo - Chola Tashi
27. Namgyal Lhamo - Shigatse
28. Namgyal Lhamo - Alahyeh

Unrepresented and stateless peoples produce some of the world's greatest music - music without frontiers. This Rough Guide celebrates the remarkable and diverse music of the indigenous peoples and minorities living in unrecognised or occupied territories around the world, including Palestine, Tibet, Garifuna and Western Sahara.
For unrepresented peoples such as the Palestinians, Roma, Kurds, Corsicans, Uyghyurs and Tibetans, without state support for music academies, cultural centres or institutions of higher learning, preserving music, and creating new art forms becomes a key part of their identity, a symbol of defiance against the pressures of assimilation, and one of the only ways to pass on traditions to future generations. While the stateless lack many means of promotion, their personal stake in cultural preservation has played a large role in creating some of the best music... without frontiers.
Bonus CD: 'Songs From Tibet' by Namgyal Lhamo
Namgyal Lhamo is the acclaimed exponent of Tibetan traditional singing and Tibetan Opera, Lhamo. Steeped in the folk and classical traditions of her country, she continues to receive universal recognition and has been aptly christened The Nightingale of Tibet.

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