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For all your traditional music needs, post in this thread.

What have you been listening to lately?
What do you want to explore?
What's your favourite traditional folk music?

Request, share and discuss here.

Daily /trad/ general.
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Here's the tiny library I have on this computer, feel free to request anything from it and I will upload it.


I wish I had my portably HDD with me that has a bunch more music.
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>>53158499
I've been listening to Le Mystère Des Voix Bulgares (just then in fact), and loving it

last thread (full of mega links including what I've been listening to)
https://rbt.asia/mu/thread/S53078748

I went through all the bulgarian instruments and learned a bit about them. there's something so mournful about their vocal music and microtonal melodic lines
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>>53158556
If you want, I can pastebin the OxMu entry for Bulgaria.
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>>53158590
please do. thanks
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>>53158621
Enjoy!
http://pastebin.com/UiNBQZsQ


Just noticed that the bibliography, article and recording lists now have links to borrow the items through the university library. That might come in handy, I could borrow some CDs and rip them.
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These threads will never take off, will they? /mu/'s interest in traditional music is just non-existent.
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bump
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/r/ing some bulgarian folk
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/r/ing anything from africa. also klezmer.

>What's your favourite traditional folk music?
arabian music can be really amazing. I also really like hindu music. and balkan shit too.
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listening to this
anyone into palm wine music?
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>>53160694
someone posted this last week and i thought it was pretty good.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAr7hDEWFgQ
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>>53160658
This is all I have on this computer, but I can upload it if you want?
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>>53160715
damn this is cool as fuck. Is that background noise crickets and frogs? or is it just there to make it feel more "authentic"?
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>>53160814
pretty sure its just natural background noise. if you look through that YT channel theres a bunch of other african traditional music from different parts of africa. pretty cool stuff
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>>53158514
what do you have in the Central Asia folder?
>>53160694
have you heard Jiddische Lieder by Zupfgeigenhansel? it's an excellent album.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKMc_NgzFxE
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>>53160899
It's this series of CDs.

http://www.folkways.si.edu/music-of-central-asia/smithsonian
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I try and keep it real, I'm developing my knowledge of the corpus of English folk music currently. It's sad that it suffers from such an uncool image but idgaf one day morris dancing will be cool.
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>>53160899
cool song thanks. it's not really klezmer but still pretty nice downloading it right now.
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>>53160929
all of these seem interesting. could you maybe upload the first one?
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i wanna get into yiddish music

any tips
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>>53160973
if you're looking for something instrumental, check out Meyn Shtetel Yas from Odessa Klezmer Orkesta. if you're okay with klezmer/jazz hybrids, listen to Golem On The Moon by Yomguih & Denis Cuniot.

(i can upload these 2 if necessary)
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>>53160983
Absolutely!

https://mega.co.nz/#!KZ8EBBAD!7cx-BOC8VHTK5n1kcsnxQ5t5LuM9oU92BuG2FarLkPE
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>>53161093
please upload both they sound incredible. Golem on the moon is exactly what i'm looking for.
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>>53161145
thank you!
>>53161174
i already had Golem on the Moon uploaded. uploading the other one right now.
https://mega.co.nz/#!KZ8EBBAD!7cx-BOC8VHTK5n1kcsnxQ5t5LuM9oU92BuG2FarLkPE
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What are ya'lls opinion on the Nonesuch Explorer series? There's a collage on what.cd and I'm considering just grabbing everything because it looks amazing. I might have a few of them downloaded at home already, but I'm not sure.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nonesuch_Records#Nonesuch_Explorer_Series
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>>53161300
thanks a lot man
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>>53161377
here's the other one:
https://mega.co.nz/#!EBUBlawL!Ex27nAsGFvUMyZWygg9MtBilc5OaNIdGLrPI85_o5fg
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So I was away for a few weeks. This is not really Hampus right?
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>>53161414
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>>53161476
Uh welcome back I guess. Was being normie too boring for you?

I even made a birthday thread for you on Aug 15th but noone cared sorry for that.
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>>53161530
Yeah, being a normie sucks balls. Also it's difficult being a normie with nofrendz. I'm not really "back", I think. At least right now, it's only temporary.

>I even made a birthday thread for you on Aug 15th but noone cared sorry for that.
Such is life.
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>>53161476
wow this is actually the first time i've seen your face

I actually feel kind of sorry for you. Being that ugly must be a real hindrance in your life.
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>>53161589
Yeah, life's rough because of it. Welcome to /mu/, by the way.
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>>53161589
>this
>not qt

>>53161553
I thought you had a gf and job and all that sounds like an ok normie life
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Do you guys like traditional Japanese music?

I'm a huge fan of Misaki Iwasa...

Here's one of her tracks from last year:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoXVLx1DtpU

I find it extremely refreshing to hear younger people carrying on the traditions from their elders.
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>>53161702
Gf, yes. Quit my job, finished my high school shit. Now waiting for university applications.

It's alright I guess, but I was supposed to enter uni last year already.
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>>53161365
you have see: >>53160722

I have a couple of this albums, would download everything but don't have what.cd and I don't have the time to search for every single album
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>>53158499
or how about when people from one culture fall in love with another, enough to embrace their traditional art forms.

A great example of this is Jero.

Jero is a black man from Pittsburg who studied Japanese throughout highschool and college.

When he got his big break in Japan, he fully embraced their culture and has become one of the most revered Enka singers in Japan.
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>>53161731
>calling enka traditional japanese music

pffff

try the 1950's mate
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/r/ing Norwegian folk
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Darude - Sandstorm
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>>53161798
O-oh, didn't even realize it was part of the series.

I could probably upload the entire collage tomorrow if you want.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHCz6Cignqs

fucking balkans
why is this so good
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>>53160957
Morris Dancing has always been cool

Also, if anyone's interested, here's an instrumental album by a Scottish band. It's not all Scottish though, there's a miscellany. Not all traditional either.

https://mega.co.nz/#!GlhmUbBb!H6KVRaiycbOLYXllwnYAT3hr0HWC14q_DrMN-_Ln49Y

pls listen, it's really good
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>>53161742
How old are you now
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>>53161843
That would be really great
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>>53161897
Way too old to not be in university already. If I had started at 19 or 20 like most people do, I would have my masters by now.
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Why is Irish music so underrated?
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>>53161974
is it? irish and scotish music are the first to come to my mind when someone talks about traditional music
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>>53161921
Yeah, I'll probably do that. I'll at the very least download everything, and if my programs work as I think they do I'll convert everything to V0 and upload to mega cons (I think you can upload entire folders at once)? I'm on a 100/100 connection right now, so it shouldn't be too much effort really.
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>>53162017
Well, no-one here has heard of bands that are well-known in the British folk scene
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>>53161922
Don't worry many people in my CS course are 30 and above.
>inb4 >CS
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>>53162068
>>>>>>CS

Yeah, but how many of those 30 year old people are actually hanging out with you on parties and shit? I wanna make friends, not just study. Either way, I'm hoping to get into a medical program, where the average age is a bit higher. Probably won't, tho
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>>53162064
Depends how trad you go. People here probably know Bellowhead, but might not know Magpie Lane
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>>53161476
NOT Hampus.

>just a fairly well done bioTroll
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>>53162173
I mainly know bands from festivals, but I guess they aren't that well known in the US. I love bands like Kan, Lau, Mabon, Session A9 (the mega link), Flook, things like that. Whenever I try to bring them up, there's no interest. Not even for Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham :l
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>>53162051
I would really love you for that. I think you can do that with folders, I've never tried it though

>>53162064
what bands are you talking about? maybe I know some of them.

>>53162089
I'm In a medical uni, nobody cares about your age here at parties
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>>53162236
>what bands are you talking about? maybe I know some of them.
>>53162232
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>>53162236
They're on their way down now, I hope my connection stays somewhat stable. I should manage to upload it all by tomorrow.

>I'm In a medical uni, nobody cares about your age here at parties
Yeah, that's what I've been thinking. The people in medical programs seem a bit more mature than people from the other programs I've been hanging out with.
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>>53162262
I love Lau
I also like Mabon and I think I've heard about Kan, but I'm not sure

>>53162311
either they're mature or it's because a lot of people don't pass their exams, so they're older. At my uni it hapens so often it's actually considered normal to be 30 and still studying
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>>53161922
I'm in the same position bro, I feel you
Hope I'll still make it to university (dat rose colored campus life, not really, just desperately want to be an intellectual Q_Q)
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>>53162482
>either they're mature or it's because a lot of people don't pass their exams, so they're older. At my uni it hapens so often it's actually considered normal to be 30 and still studying
Sounds like heaven to me.

>>53162504
>tfw will never be an intellectual
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>>53162518
doomed to be pseudo-intellectual forever
just bought a nice copy of Zarathustra, feels good man
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>>53162089
>Yeah, but how many of those 30 year old people are actually hanging out with you on parties and shit?

>CS
>parties

Seriously though noone cares about that and I'm on pretty good terms with some of the older ones. Plus you're 25 I guess? Most people in uni are around that age aren't they? I think you'll be fine.
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>>53158514
Could you upload the rough guide to the music of the sahara? That sounds tight.
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>>53162537
>tfw buying "high brow" literature and listening to avant-garde music and watching experimental films only because you want to be an intellectual

>>53162571
Most people in uni here in Sweden are between 19 and 23 or so. Most only do a bachelors degree (3 years), and start as soon as they graduate high school or a year after. Starting uni at 25 is actually fairly uncommon.

I don't want to be in school when I'm 30, but the only option for me at this point is not to go to school at all then.
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>>53162482
Nice, thanks for letting me know I'm not the only one
And this is Kan
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPpSk3QQ21U
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>>53162613
Not really, I do genuinely enjoy these things, but I often feel like I've just got way too much left to learn
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>>53162612
Seconded
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>>53162633
Yeah same here, I just feel like I need more of everything to better understand the stuff, if you know what I mean.

>>53162612
Yea sure, give me a moment.

I might have to rush off in a minute or two, but in that case I'll be back later with the upload.
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>>53160899
holy shit that song is cool as fuck
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Intellectualism is overrated as shit.
But we need at least some actual intellectuals, just so they can tell intellectual-wannabees to stop trying so goddamn hard, that it's not worth it and that it makes them sound dumb as shit. Cause who else is gonna tell them? Stereotypical jocks? Those barely exist anymore and will never be taken seriously.
Let's all be jocks, it's the best for all of us.
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>>53161395
awesome
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>>53162675
Yeah, that's why I regularly haul 50€ worth of books home on an impulse
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>>53162686
Honestly, the idea of "trying too hard" is dumb as shit. Try as hard as you can, the only thing that can happen is that you learn and better yourself.

I'm willing to blame at least a third of all my problems on anti-intellectualism, making me try to fit in with the "cool kids" instead of learning things in school.

>>53162675
>>53162612
Will post upload a bit later, gotta go for dinner now.
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>>53162619
that song is so nice,
did they release only one album?
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>>53162801
Yeah, just one, and they split recently. They all went back to their original bands, and this is the flautist's band (many lovely tunes in their repertoire)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2j3lJvoXWo&list=PLEE143DDACBDCF750

He also released a 'solo' album which is really nice.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9MaV4KTq3j4
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>>53162780
>Try as hard as you can, the only thing that can happen is that you learn and better yourself

If by "bettering yourself" you mean "spiraling in a self-destructive and vacuous lifestyle made of shallow ego boosts and cluttering of your mind with useless information" then I guess you're right.

Intellectualism is unhealthy. It saps the will and the sense of self, and essentially turns the intellect into a parasite of the body, when the intellect and the body shouldn't be separate in the first place. It's very trendy nowadays but that doesn't make it a valid life choice.
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>>53162017
But nobody posts it. Which is a damn shame, since it's such rich and vibrant music.
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>>53162870
Thanks, I have to check it out.

There's an album I discovered and liked recently
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>>53161553
>it's only temporary
p-please stay...
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>>53162946
This. Using your natural intellect appropriately and intellectualism are two separate things. Neurosis is a cancer in society.
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>>53163189
I've heard of them, but not listened. I'll give them a go
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>>53163189
listening now, I like it
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>>53162950
why don't you post something?
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>>53163505
glad you like it
I'm listening to Kan, I like it too

also have you got any link to Mabon Windblown album? I could swear I've got it, but I have no idea where it is.
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>>53164176
No, sorry. I only have OK Pewter
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>>53164344
Could you uppload it? I haven't heard it.
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>>53164820
sure, might take a while because I need to rip the CD first
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Just recently listened through the Harry Smith Anthology of American Folk Music. Going to listen to extra fourth volume some time soon.

Anyone else love the Secret Museum of Mankind series by Pat Conte? Anyone know any similarly weird and magical world music compilations?
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>>53164909
Thanks, I can wait
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>>53163859
No.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T82TtGVjLnw
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>>53165138
everyone knows the chieftains
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>>53165007
I think my CD drive is being a bit dodgy, it's still on the first track
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>>53165480
No problem, Anon, thanks anyway.
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>>53162612
Sorry, was banned.

https://mega.co.nz/#!GY9XWL5b!cRAm-9gwHc1C3mOOR97PkSQgMPM7TsZmOj1s8d5v-Q4
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>>53161832
i second this
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>>53165376
Rightfully so.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeurYPw0fC0
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>>53165951
try this
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>>53166218
couldn't find it on the archive or soulseek and no what.cd. care to spare a link?
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>>53166336
I've got you covered, give me a few minutes.
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>>53166336
Nordisk Sang
http://www36.zippyshare.com/v/Vsdf8qNB/file.html

Here you go
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>>53166897
thank you very much
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>>53166897
thanks hampus-chan
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>>53167344
>>53167542
Anytime, tell me if you need anything else.

Entire Nonesuch Explorer series is downloading. Will convert and upload tomorrow.
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>>53166897
Is there anything on what for Turks & Caicos?

Ripsaw is the main traditional music but hard to find anything trve TCI.
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