Tunisia

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  • Format Sound Recordings
  • Publication [Place of publication not identified] :b Folkways Records, [publisher not identified], [1962-63]
  • Physical Details
    • 3 audio discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in
  • OCLC ocm34455457
  • Credits
    • Sung and played by native musicians

Notes

  • Program notes by W. Laade and bibliography inserted in each container.

Contents

  • Vol. 1. The classical Arab-Andalusian music: Taqsim beyati -- Bashraf sama'i in the mode of sika -- Taqsim rasdu-dh-dil -- Bashraf sama'i in rasdu-dh-dil -- Taqsim sika -- Andalusian nawrah in the mode of sika
  • Vol. 2. Religious songs and cantillations: Moslem: Muezzin's call to prayer -- Qoran, sura no. 63, "Al-Munafiqun" -- Moslem sect Bu 'Aliya of Nafta-"Salem a Nefta yel meshi", "Ya uledi menhu makhrum" -- Muezzin's call to prayer -- Moslem sect Sulamiya of Beja -- Negro cult: Stambali music from Beja - Negro cult music for the Saint Sidi Marzuq, type "Msarha" from Nefta, Djerid -- Jews from the island of Djerba: Circumcision ceremony at the village of Hara Kebira, island of Djerba
  • Vol. 3. Folk music: Wedding music, Kerkennah -- Wedding song, Kerkennah -- "Halel hole" -- Targ es sid -- Ragassi -- Song praising Bourguiba -- Old syllabic wedding songs -- Wedding songs -- Ksim -- "Makhul andara" -- Love song (burjila) -- Salhi -- Love song (merzug) -- Lullaby -- Kibli -- "Zgara" -- Children's play songs -- Targi -- Women's wedding ritual songs -- Malzuma -- Shtiah -- Rish -- Song of the Krumir women