Songs and music of Tibet

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  • Creator recorded in Kathmandu by Howard Kaufman
  • Format Sound Recordings
  • Contributors
  • Publication New York : Ethnic Folkways Library, [1962] ℗1962
  • Series
  • Physical Details
    • 1 audio disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, monophonic ; 12 in
  • OCLC ocm22360922
  • Credits
    • Sung and played by native musicians

Notes

  • Program notes by Howard Kaufman (3 p.) inserted in container.

Contents

  • Giyalary (with two large single-faced drums) -- Rengoyegitawshela (dancing song) -- Garpokurkipusa (song of the home of a young bride) -- Kajyola (mixed chorus) -- Lomjajunengga (stringed instrument) -- Daeshongba (rice song) -- Two flute solos (from western Tibet) -- Song boo cherpah ; Maentel, (chant) -- Shi chumg jomo (western Tibetan song) -- Gyasheh (mixed alternating chorus with two drums) -- Tangsulangga (Tratnien solo guitar) -- Daragyala (song of praise to King and Queen of Tibet) -- Gyanahribuzena (mountain song with Tibetan six-stringed guitar) -- Song of pico bird -- Gangjinpugeetaenba (song in praise of the Lama) -- Dropa (two shepherd songs) -- Song excerpt from epic of western Tibet
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