Various - Ethnic Minority Music Of Northeast Cambodia flac album
Title: Ethnic Minority Music Of Northeast Cambodia
MP3 album: 1871 mb
FLAC album: 1305 mb
Other formats: MIDI RA MOD DMF AA VOC MPC
Genre: Folk / World music
Tampoan gunteng and singer - Sad Love 16. Jim (Tampoan) - Proak For the first time ever from this part of the world, here is a recording that documents the ceremonial animist music from the mysterious tribal villages of Northeast Cambodia. The Tampoans, Krungs, Kavets, Braos, and Jaraîs of Ratanakiri Province and the Phnongs in Mondolkiri Province have been living amidst each other in this region for centuries, preserving and expanding their unique cultural heritage, sometimes at peace and other times in conflict with one another or with foreign invaders. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
A series of recordings made between late 2003 and 2005, Ethnic Minority Music of Northeast Cambodia collects music from Northeastern Cambodia representing four major ethnic groups. From Mondolkiri, the Phnongs dominate, and are represented by a pair of songs which also show off some gong playing and an instrument related to the jien rieng . While not entirely cacophonous, this album is most certainly going to be an acquired taste for those not already acquainted with some of the regional musical forms.
Locations of various ethnic groups within Cambodia in 1972. The largest of the ethnic groups in Cambodia are the Khmer, who comprise approximately 90% of the total population and primarily inhabit the lowland Mekong subregion and the central plains. There are also small numbers of other minority groups.
Ethnic Minority Music of Northeast Cambodia, - - 2006, MP3 (tracks), VBR 192-320 kbps. Download via torrent Download via magnet.
From an entirely different tropical locale comes Ethnic Minority Music of Northeast Cambodia, which compiles field recordings conducted by Laurent Janneau over the course of 2003-05. Relentless tribal chants accompany bamboo flutes, gongs, and indigenous guitars as the many shades and styles of the Ratanakiri and Mondolkiri provinces reveal themselves as utterly mesmerizing.
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|1||–Ien||A Lying Song (Meut Mouan Grung Young) Done In His Hammock All Nite Long, Telling Brao Legends||7:00|
|2||–Five Old Kavet Men* with A Female Brao Singer*||Five Old Kavet Men Sitting Playing 5 Gongs Attached To A Wooden Structure Outside The House, For A 3-Day Village Ceremony With A Female Brao Singer||5:40|
|3||–Brao Female Singer*||A Midwife Song||4:01|
|4||–Unknown Artist and Unknown Artist||A Jarai Melancholic Love Song||7:14|
|5||–Pon Dao||Jeng Rieng||2:40|
|6||–Unknown Artist||Bra Ta Neul
Flute [Dwar] – Unknown ArtistVocals [Male Singer] – Unknown ArtistWind [Boom Bo] – Unknown Artist
|7||–Five Krung Men Gong Players*||Five Krung Men Gong Players Standing And Holding Their Gongs, A Flute Player, 8 Female Virgins Clapping Hands And A Responding Chant Between A Male And Female Singers||6:50|
|8||–Krung Female Singer*||A Song About American Bombing & The Khmer Rouge||2:28|
|9||–Pon Dao||Mum, A Unique One String Krung Instrument Bowed With A Bamboo Using The Mouth As A Resonantor, Attached By A String Between The Instrument And The Mouth||2:15|
|10||–Six Phnong Gong Players*||Six Phnong Gong Players (4 Men, 2 Women Standing Holding Their Cings Or Flat Gongs), 1 Male Singer, 2 Female Singers||9:05|
|12||–Jek and Nun||Jum Ho||2:09|
|13||–Unknown Artist||Haet Hout, A Tampoan Flute Made Out Of 9 Bamboo Tubes Played By Women||1:04|
|14||–Tampoan* and Unknown Artist||Five Tampoan Young Men Gong Players And An Old Female Singer||2:36|
|15||–Pon and Jouen||A Melancholic Sad Love Song In The Jarai Language||6:42|
|16||–Jim*||Proak, A Tampoan 2 Strings Instrument With A Gourd As Resonator||2:11|
- Design [Cd] – Thiri Einsi
- Photography [Photo Of Two Male Gong Players] – Remi Klugman
- Recorded By [Recordings], Liner Notes [Text], Photography – Laurent Jeanneau
Notes1 in Taveng (Ratanakiri) June 2005.
2 in Lalaî (Vensaï-Ratanakiri) January 2004.
3 in Taveng (Ratanakiri) February 2004.
4 in Andong Meas (Ratanakiri) October 2003.
5 in Dong Gamal (Ratanakiri) March 2005.
6 in Krapo (Ratanakiri) December 2003.
7 in Dong Gamal (Ratanakiri) March 2005.
8 in Krapo (Ratanakiri) December 2003.
9 in Dong Gamal (Ratanakiri) March 2005.
10 in Pateng (Mondolkiri) May 2005.
11 in Pateng (Mondolkiri) May 2005.
12 in Yak Loam (Ratanakiri) February 2004.
13 in Yak Loam (Ratanakiri) November 2003.
14 in Loam (Ratanakiri) April 2005.
15 in Loam (Ratanakiri) November 2003.
16 in Loam (Ratanakiri) October 2004.
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- Barcode: 7 5193 28942 5