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Various - Music In The Karakorams Of Central Asia Album

Various - Music In The Karakorams Of Central Asia Album
Performer:
Various
Album:
Music In The Karakorams Of Central Asia
Style:
Folk
Released:
1974
Country:
US
Label:
Nonesuch
Catalog:
H-72061
FLAC size:
2553 mb
MP3 size:
2996 mb
WMA size:
2671 mb


Tracklist


1Dance Of The Vultures
Zurna [Surnai], Dhol, Dhol [Nagara] – Musicians Of The Gilgit Scouts
3:37
2Budl-e Hareep
Percussion [Jerry Can] – AnonymousStrings [Czeeghnene] – Hashim Shah
2:30
3Buzm
Flute [Gabbi] – Hamayoon
1:55
4Birego (Springtime Song)
Flute [Tutek] – Qabool
1:10
5Gul Punaky
Strings [Czeeghnene] – Hashim Shah
2:45
6"English" Tune
Dhol, Dhol [Nagara] – AnonymousFlute [Tutek] – Janali
1:41
7Buzm
Strings [Czeeghnene] – Hashim ShahVocals – Anonymous
2:42
8Hamalay Dasin ("Neighbourhood Girl")
Voice, Strings [Czeeghnene] – Hashim Shah
4:00
9Unuy Asatay ("In Your Memory")
Lyrics By – BurushaskiVoice, Strings [Czeeghnene] – Hashim Shah
4:23
10Music For Bitaan Ibraheem (Excerpt)
Flute [Tutek] – QaboolPercussion [Dadang] – Ghulamo, Rajab AliPercussion [Damol] – Abdullah Jan, Kabul Hayat
4:16
11Jeeay Sur ("Thread Of My Soul")
Voice, Strings [Czeeghnene] – Hashim Shah
6:33
12Gilgit Polo Music
Zurna [Surnai], Dhol, Dhol [Nagara] – Anonymous
2:21


Credits


  • Artwork [Cover Art]Carol Kowalchuk
  • CoordinatorTeresa Sterne
  • Design, Art DirectionPaula Bisacca
  • Edited By [Tape Editing]Ben Taylor
  • Photography ByDavid Lewiston
  • Recorded By, Liner NotesDavid Lewiston
  • Translated ByZaifullah Baig


Notes


Recorded in Hunza and Gilgit, August and September 1973.

Original "15 Columbus Circle, New York" address on perimeter of labels.


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nonesuch Records
  • Copyright (c) – Nonesuch Records


Album


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