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Various Artists - Jewish Liturgies of Ethiopia album download
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Various Artists - Jewish Liturgies of Ethiopia album download

Performer:
Various Artists
Album:
Jewish Liturgies of Ethiopia
Style:
Jewish Music
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1781 mb
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1307 mb
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The Rough Guide to the Music of Ethiopia is a world music compilation album originally released in 2004. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the release covers the music of Ethiopia, focusing largely on 1960s pop. The compilation was curated by Francis Falceto, who also produces Buda Musique's Éthiopiques series. Phil Stanton, co-founder of the World Music Network, was the producer. This album was followed by a second volume, focusing on music of the early 21st Century, in 2012.

Various Ethiopian Artists. Ethiopiques, Vol. 15: Europe Meets Ethiopia. The Ethiopian Millennium Collection - Instrumental. Various Ethiopian Artists. 23. Orchestra Ethiopia. Zero ads. Try it now.

The Rough Guide to the Music of Ethiopia is a world music compilation album originally released in 2012. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the release contains two discs: an overview of the music of Ethiopia-focusing mainly on 21st century pop-is found on Disc One, while Disc Two features dub-style musician Invisible System. The compilation was curated by Dominic Raymond-Barker and Phil Stanton, co-founder of the World Music Network, who was also the producer.

Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection. Record label states incorrect label number of FE 4505. Correct number is indeed 4405 as indicated on jacket and book.

Ethiopian Jewish Music. Tracks count: 13. Views: 5. Ethiopian Jewish Music - Afgirrnaki 03:37. Ethiopian Jewish Music - Zegevre 04:27. Ethiopian Jewish Music - Yitbarek 03:22.

The album starts with Ametballe by Bole 2 Harlem, multiple vocal, tight horns, multiple voices over a funky (dance disco?) beat. Very unexpected but very entertaining. I’m not an instrument expert but I’m sure there’s a didgeridoo and Jewish Harp throughout Sek’let by Zerfu Demissie, or both. The Rough Guide to Ethiopia turned out to be quite a journey â?œ I’ve really been quite taken aback by the many many styles of music on offer. Several styles borrowed, then intermingled with others, to create sounds that are truly original. If your appetite has been whetted by the first disc, then there’s a second one containing tracks by Invisible System.

Jewish Liturgy of Ethiopia - Liturgies Juives d'Ethiopie. Category: Cantorial-Sephardic. This disc offers a glimpse of the richness and variety of liturgical music of the Jews of Ethiopia from several of its different aspects. Included are representative aspects from the main events in the religious and para-religious calendar, in particula" the Sabbath and the major feasts, including ceremonies for circumcision and marriage. The selections are performed by a group of Ethiopian Jewish priests" whose numbers varied between 6 and 13. Recorded in Jerusalem in 1986 with the assistance of The National Sound Archives of Israel. Other Ethiopian recording on our web site:.