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De Klankbron

vr 22 apr 2016 21:00 uur
Componist: Traditional

De Klankbron gaat om de materie, de beweging en de trilling waaruit muziek ontstaat. Vandaag aflevering 10: Meer Stemmen.

Selknam familie, Terra del Fuego
 In deze aflevering van de klankbron gaat samensteller Fred Gales verder met zijn zoektocht naar uitzonderlijke vocale muziek in de Amerikas en de Stille Oceaan. Muziek van de oorspronkelijke bewoners van Amerika, de Indianen, en van de bewoners van de duizenden eilanden die in de Stille Oceaan liggen. Het gaat in deze helft van de wereld om honderden verschillende culturen elk met hun eigen muziek en die slechts  gemeenschappelijk hebben dat zij bedreigd worden, op uitsterven staan of al verdwenen zijn en wiens stemklank, zoals die van de Selknam Indiaan Lola Kiepja, alleen nog op vinyl bestaat.

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1.  Washo – Peyote song                1’22
     Comp./uitv. Not mentioned, LP An anthology of North American and Eskimo Music
     Ethnic Folkways FE 4541, LP 1 A 13
     Recording of the music played during the peyote rituals of the Native American Church
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2.  Mountain by the sea                3’09
     Uitv/comp. Dan Thomas, Paul Martin
     CD Ceremonial and War Dances, Laserlight
     12522, track 4
     Pima or Othama from Arizona. Many times
     reissued originally from the sixties or earlier.
3.  Honoring song                    2’44
     Trad./uitv. Oglala Sioux Singers
     CD Ceremonial and War Dances, Laserlight
     12522, track 18.
     Sioux. A traditional honoring song for a leader.
     Many times reissued originally from the sixties
     or earlier.
4.  Yei-be-chai chant                2’51
     Comp,/Uitv/ Mesa Verde Group Singers
     CD Ceremonial and War Dances, Laserlight
     12522, track 11.
     Navajo, song and dance about the benevolent
     supranatural beings who bring their healing
     power to medicinal ceremonies. A masked
     dancer impersonate the yei and leads the other
     dancers. Many times reissued originally from
     the sixties or earlier.
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5.  Inter tribal dance song                5’43
    Comp. The Red Lake singers, Uitv. The Bad
    River Singers, CD Honor the Earth Powwow
    Rykodisc RCD 10199, Track 8
    Modern intertribal song that is handed over from
    one singing and drum group to the other at
    powwows or Indian festivals. This recording is
    from a Great Lakes Powwow.
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The Bad River Singers
6.  His first hunt                    2’01
     Comp./Uitv. Kemukserar and Pangatkar
     LP The Eskimos of Hudson Bay and Alaska
     Ethnic Folkways Library FE 4444, A2
     Inuit, Chesterfield Inlet, Hudson Bay, Canada,
     recorded by Laura Boulton before 1954.
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Lola Kiepja
 
7.  Selknam shaman’s song                1’44
     Comp./Uitv. Lola Kiepja
     CD Les voix du monde, Le Chant du Monde CMX
     3741010.12, CD 1 track 22
     Lola Kiepja was one of the last survivors of the
     Selknam Indians of Tierra del Fuego in
     Argentina. In her old age there was no one
     anymore she could speak her language with.
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8.  Invitation to kill                    1’34
     Comp/Uitv. not mentioned
     LP Music of the Jivaro of Ecuador
     Smithsonian Folkways FE 4386, B9
     Whispered conversation of two Shuar men from
     Ecuador contemplating an attack on an enemy.
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9.  Ritual of the origins                3’34
     Comp./Uitv not mentioned
     CD Les voix du monde, Le Chant du Monde CMX
     3741010.12, CD 1 track 1
     Introduction to the ritual of the origins of the
     world.  Tomarahô Indians – Paraguay.
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10. Chant d’amour                    1’09
     LP Amazone Indiens Iawa-Bora
     Contrepoint M.C. 20.092, A 4
     The Iawa and Bora live in the Amazone region
     of Peru and this song was recorded in 1952
     when they still had a nomadic lifestyle and not
     yet had been forced to settle down.
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11. Tiwagawa                    10’56
     Trad./Uitv. Asurini do Xingu
     CD Asurini & Arara. Brésil: Amérindiens
     d’Amazonie, Ocora C 560084, track 6
     Dance and song related to warfare but also
     their long struggle to keep their independence
     in the time they were not yet confined to the
     Indian Reservation of the Xingu area in Brazil.
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12. Ulumoa                        4’15
     Comp./Uitv. Not mentioned
     CD Iles Salomon. Musique de Guadalcanal.
     Ocora C 580049, track 3
     Women’s dance and song from Gualdacanal in
     the Rope genre referring to the island of the
     dead.
13. Funeral lamentation aamamata            1’46
     Comp Kaukauraro, Uitv. Aaresi, Ii’eresi
     CD Les voix du monde, Le Chant du Monde CMX
     3741010.12, CD 3 track 21
     Funeral lament from Malaita, one of the
     Solomon Islands.
14. Chant funebre 1                2’17
     Uitv./Comp. Femmes de Konnga
     CD Iles Salomon. Musique de Guadalcanal.
     Ocora C 580049, track 21
     Song of the genre Koleo funeral songs which
     are sung after dead until the burial
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15. Te Bino Sitting Dance                3’03
     Uitv./ comp. not mentioned
     CD Spirit of Micronesia, Saydisc CD-SDL 414,
     track 5
     Recorded on Maiana Island. One of the many
     atolls which make up Kiribati, an independent
     state in the Pacific that will disappear if the
     global warming continues.  
16. Suahongi                    2’39
     Trad./ Uitv. Jason Ngiusanga, Momoka, Tepuke
     and the men of Bellona
     CD Les voix du monde, Le Chant du Monde CMX
     3741010.12, CD 3 track 29
     Suahongi ritual dance is a part of the ritual
     distribution of food during festivals on the
     island of Bellona or Mungiki, a Polynesian
     outlier in the Solomon Islands.
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Bunun
17. Bunun song for harvest                2’21
     Trad. /Uitv. Not mentioned
     CD Les voix du monde, Le Chant du Monde CMX
     3741010.12, CD 3 track 6
     A song necessary for a rich harvest sung by the
     Bunun between the sowing and the hoeing of
     the fields. It is symbolically a song to help the
     plants grow and in its rising tone and volume
     quite unique and only comparable to some rice
     growing songs from Timor and more remote
     with some Buddhist music that employs the
     same structure as an aural symbol for
     enlightenment.
18. Being born                    4’31
     Uitv./comp. information lost, Recorded by  Fred
     Gales, Laos 1993
     ©-℗ Fred Gales / Soundreporters
     A Lenten headman from a village near Luang
     Nam Tha in Laos singing about the hard life
     after being born especially if you belong to a
     poor and often despised minority as the
     Lenten.

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