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Alan Lomax - Yugoslavia Album

Alan Lomax - Yugoslavia Album
Alan Lomax
MP3 album size:
1187 mb
FLAC album size:
1412 mb
Columbia Masterworks


1Svatovska Pesma
2O Sebe (From Oneself)
3Dances From Baranja
4Ajd' Idemo Jagodo
5Koledarske Obredne Pesme
6Krcki Tanac
8Sadila Sem Rogozek (I've Planted A Tender Reed)
9Dva Kola (Two Kolos)
10Zetelacka Pesma
11 Croatia
12 Bosnia + Herzegovina
14Svadbene Pesme
15Vlaskoto (Romanian Kolo)
16Stara Krstacka (Old Cross)
17Igranje U Dvoje
19Duet on the Frula
21Trojanac, Kosmajcica
22 Side 2
23 Side 1
24Lazaricke Obredne Pesme
26Decja Igra
27 Slovenia
28Zvoni Zvonce (A Little Bell Rings)
29Kalajdziskoto (Tinsmith's Dance)
31Malino Momo (Malina Maiden)
32 Serbia
33 Montenegro
34Mori, Na Daleko (Far Away)
35Hajde Dano
36Pecalbarska Pesma (Migrant's Lament)
37Metliski Most
38Oslobodjenje Sipova
40Kaharli Sam, Vecerala Nisam
41Samo Da Ti Vidam
42Lepo Peva (She Sings Beautifully)
43Zeleni Jurij (Green George)
44Turska Igra (Turkish Dance)
45Dva Kola (Two Kolos)
46Pastirske Melodije (Pastoral Melodies)
47 Macedonia
49Zasp'o Janko Pod Jablanom (Janko Slept 'Neath The Poplar)
50Svirka Na Dvojnicama
52Kraljicke Obredne Pesme
53Ide Stojan Od Oranje
54Sastali Se Capak I Fatari
56Ja Posijem Lane (I Am Sowing Linen)


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SL-217Alan Lomax Yugoslavia ‎(LP, Comp)Columbia MasterworksSL-217USUnknown
KL-217Alan Lomax Yugoslavia ‎(LP, Comp, Gat)Columbia MasterworksKL-217USUnknown
Rounder 11661-1745-2Various World Library Of Folk & Primitive Music, V: Yugoslavia ‎(2xCD, Comp)Rounder RecordsRounder 11661-1745-2US2001
CKL-217Various Yugoslav Folk Music ‎(LP, Comp)Columbia MasterworksCKL-217USUnknown


  • CoverRonald Clyne


Compiled And Edited By Alan Lomax


  • Matrix / Runout (A side): XLP--9455-6G
  • Matrix / Runout (B side): XLP--9455-3L


Alan Lomax ˈloʊmæks January 31, 1915 July 19, 2002 was an American ethnomusicologist, best known for his numerous field recordings of folk music of the 20th century. He was also a musician himself, as well as a folklorist, archivist, writer, scholar, political activist, oral historian, and film-maker. Lomax produced recordings, concerts, and radio shows in the US and in England, which played an important role in preserving folk music traditions in both countries, and helped start both the. Alan Lomax: все альбомы, включая Texas folk songs , Negro Prison Songs from the Mississippi State Penitentiary Recorded by Alan Lomax , Raise a Ruckus и другие. This two-CD set includes 61 songs and a set of detailed liner notes. Originally published in 1954 by Alan Lomax, the recordings include an a cappella chorus singing about the rebirth of fertility, a group of men singing in a narrow polyphonic range about Yugoslavia's mountainous landscapes, and a duet of musicians playing wooden double-reed flutes called sopeles. Alan Lomax Archive and the Association for Cultural Equity. Alan Lomax 1915-2002 folklorist and. Alan Lomax 19152002 was a documentarian, ethnologist, cultural activist, and arguably the foremost folklorist of the 20th century. Over his seven-decade career he collected thousands of audio recordings of folk and traditional music from around the US and the world, and dedicated himself to the. This album highlights traditional Black American folk and gospel songs from Americas coastal South. Alan Lomaxs recordings of the 56th annual convention of the United Sacred Harp Musical Association in Fyffe, Alabama, were the first made of four-part shape-note singing-America's most powerful tradition of folk hymnody-in stereo. Lomax had, as he later wrote, tried and failed, as had many others, to record this music monaurally at the Sacred Harp Singing Society of Birmingham, Alabama, in 1942. In 59 he hoped to finally do justice to its haunting beauty. Alan Lomax January 31, 1915 July 19, 2002 was an important American folklorist and musicologist. He was one of the great field collectors of folk music of the 20th century, recording thousands of songs in the United States, Great Britain, the West Indies, Italy, and Spain. Lomax was son of pioneering musicologist and folklorist John Lomax, with whom he started his career by recording songs sung by prisoners in Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. He attended The Choate School in Wallingford, Connecticut, and then went on to earn a degree in philosophy from the University of Texas read more. Album 2001 61 Songs. The Historic Series: World Library of Folk and Primitive Music - Yugoslavia, Vol. Alan Lomax. Kolo, 01:10. Vlaskoto, 02:03. Alan Lomax Format: Audio CD. 0 out of 5 stars 1 rating. World Library of Folk and Primitive Music V. 5: Yugoslavia. Please retry. Eastern Europe & Russia