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

>Find, learn and explore (useful links)
http://explr.fm
http://www.folkways.si.edu/
http://www.ethnomusicology.org/?Resources_Links
http://mais-web.libguides.com/content.php?pid=638141&sid=5280079
http://guides.library.ucla.edu/ethno

>Join the dead last.fm group
http://www.last.fm/group/music+of+the+world
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>>53365846
hi hampus
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I'm on a train in the north of fucking nowhere so I have a pretty shitty connection and can't post much right now.

I just listened to a compilation called "Ladakh: Songs & Dances From The Highlands Of Western Tibet", from the Nonesuch Explorer series. It's pretty great hearing something from Tibet that isn't buddhist chants. I guess this is more secular music for the people rather than sacred music for the monasteries? It sounds a lot like both the Chinese traditional music I've heard, as well as Mongolian music (sans khomei and other throat singing techniques). Pretty interesting stuff!

>>53365898
Hi there!
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>>53365991
Are you on an Asian musical journey at the moment or do you have more of an interest in the music of the continent more than others, if so, why?
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https://mega.co.nz/#!60RGGZ7J!2d4e10eiFyg_5ytOamVJM36gHH00DJQlaiTt5g139zY
This is some pakistani rock(I'm a rock musician so I like seeing how other country scenes implement rock and traditional elements) anyways, this band is called Junoon and they're part of the "Sufi Rock" movement that consists of rock instruments as well as indian/pakistani instruments(Sitar, Tabla, etc.) Hope you guys in /trad/ get to give it a listen
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>>53366047
Not on an Asian musical journey. Just going through the Nonesuch Explorer series, really, since I haven't been able to download more music for a few days.

I'd say generally I'm more interested in African, Asian and Eastern European music than other areas, though. Not entirely sure why, it just sits right with me. I guess for the African (and a fair bit of the Asian and EE) it's the percussion that hits home, and for the Asian and European it's mostly the drones that make me feel cozy. Hard to explain, I simply like it.

>>53366071
I'm really not a fan of tradpop fusions, they tend to be super cheesy. I also don't think they belong too well in /trad/ generals, but that really isn't up to me alone to decide.
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>>53366071
>sufi rock

DOWNLOADING NOW
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>>53366102
Fair enough.

Despite living in Asia for 7 years and having a fondness for the traditional music of the area through nostalgia and general curiosity, after the sporadic musical journeys so far I'm finding myself constantly meandering back to post-African repetitions every time and listening to more Afro/afro-Caribbean music, not totally surprising really considering my overall music tastes but Asian music just isn't doing it for enough these days, too many strings versus drums I think.

That said, I still love the sound of the guzheng.
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>>53366102
Man just thinking about this, it's such a shitty description/justification for why I like the stuff. I'm even listening to gamelan right now, which I think is great and that's definitely percussion from Asia.

I'll need to think a bit more closely about this.

>>53366158
Where in Asia did you live? The proto-pre-post-African repetitions that stem as the roots for post-African repetitions in modern dance music is absolutely great though, I can't get enough of it either, but I haven't listened to nearly enough of it yet. Tonight when I get to a proper broadband connection instead of these unstable mobile connections I'll try to dig out some nice tribal drummerinos or whatever.
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>>53366268
Hong Kong for 4 years, Thailand (Koh Pha Ngan) for 2 and Indonesia (Surabaya and Bali) for 1. Family moved out there originally and I stuck around when they left. The music I listened to most was still typical dance music for the most part but it was difficult not to be immersed in local and traditional music too of course.
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>>53366316
Damn, I'm a bit jelly, especially of Thailand and Indonesia. You must be fairly well versed in luk thung/krung and molan then? That shit is just bangin as hell.
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>>53366406
Yeah, not sure bangin is the word I'd use mind! Some of it is what you hear in shopping malls.
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>>53366424
Yeah, so I've heard; someone else mentioned they were really tired of luk thung because it's fucking everywhere lmao. I love it, though, and wish my local thai market would start selling some cassettes or something. Then again, like most music, I guess the majority of it is pretty shit and I really only dig some stuff.
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>>53366452
Grass is always greener yada, yada

If you asked them to get their family to ship over some local music they'd probably just look at you strangely and ask why the hell you'd want to listen to their local crap and not radio pop/rock from the US/Euro.
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>>53366477
Heh, I guess. I refuse to believe someone exists who doesn't like Waipod Phetsuphan's Ding Ding Dong.

In fact, I'm gonna listen to it right the fuck now.
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>>53366452
My old man currently lives in Macau and his missus is from The Philippines so there is lots of family there, might send out a few mails, see what local stuff they can dig up but imagine it will be more likely local renditions of pop/rock. D-Styles and DJ Qbert are still the best the country offers anyway.

Pretty sure there are Filipinos and Indonesians who post here, doubt they care much for local music mind.
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>>53366570
That'd be pretty neat, actually. Local renditions of pop/rock is still a pretty good thing from an ethnomusicological perspective, as it would more or less be an indication of what the modern culture is like, musically.
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>>53366630
Well this is a popular Filipino pop/rock band so kinda fits

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyy2Gf2hc0s

I was once in a punk band at 17 with 2 Filipinos and a local in Hong Kong, a combined Filipino/Chinese/British punk band by a group of us who worked in a Fish n Chip shop together. God it was fucking awful music but it was an interesting international colab!
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>>53366680
There's literally no possible way for me to stream that on this 1kbps connection I have right now. You can probably tell from the fact that it takes me 5 minutes or so to upload a reply.

>I was once in a punk band at 17 with 2 Filipinos and a local in Hong Kong, a combined Filipino/Chinese/British punk band by a group of us who worked in a Fish n Chip shop together. God it was fucking awful music but it was an interesting international colab!
10/10 would listen, what was your band name? Also you say Chinese, do you consider Hong Kong a part of China, as the Chinese apparently often do, rather than an autonomous state as most of the rest of the world?
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>>53366729
They're called Moonstar88, I'm sure you can find plenty more just like them when you have connection though, they aren't exactly innovative or special.

Sutra. I still have a copy of the first song lyrics I wrote drunk on a waitress pad from my old local in Hong Kong somewhere, the usual teenage angst bollocks.

Yeah we just ran it for a while until we got bored of the place like we do with so many vanquished nations. Its part of China but its own place in so many ways.
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listened to this the other day, very good
oud + vocals
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>>53366768
>Sutra. I still have a copy of the first song lyrics I wrote drunk on a waitress pad from my old local in Hong Kong somewhere, the usual teenage angst bollocks.
You really MUST scan this, lmfao
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>>53366820
*cringes*
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>>53366861
Lmao this is brilliant. Especially the part where you're implying limes are bitter.
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>>53367124
Damn lyrical genius me.
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>>53367228
I also like how you wrote out notation that literally does not make any sens . Oh well at least you got some pseudi-tabs down!

The more I look, the funnier it get . This is gold!
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>>53367301
It made sense to me, but then I was drunk a lot.
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Much needed bump. This muic is so beautiful
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Anyone got any proto hip hop?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flyting
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bump

On my last train now. Tomorrow I'll be able to shitpost in /trad/ proper.
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Bump keep afloat
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I have arrived at my destination, but might not post more tonight. But I'll be here tomorrow between 13:00-15:00 CET, possibly also 08:00-09:00.

100/100 connection now, so I can upload requests for people.
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Hey Hampus, I want to say thanks for admitting me to the group and for making /trad/ threads. I'd post about the music but I'm still a noob to stuff outside the US and Europe.
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>>53368214
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alfqX3WRJP0
:46

I wouldn't call it proto-hip hop, but he's pretty much rapping at that point.
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>>53371009
I'm glad you're here with us!
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how do u guys feel about traditional japanese music with kotos
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>>53371973
I'm not the hugest fan of chordophones in general to be honest, but it's alright I guess from what I've heard?
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>>53372048
can you rec something? i've only heard a handful of album and i liked.
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>>53366102
>I'm really not a fan of tradpop fusions, they tend to be super cheesy.
>>53366630
>Local renditions of pop/rock is still a pretty good thing

I don't get you.
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>>53371936
Hampus why does like half of /mu/ vehemently hate you? (serious question)

Also, do you have anything in the way of traditional Native American music? Spiritual ~or~ Powwow, I have been seeking both and folkways is rather limited.
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>>53372267
not him, but i've got this pow wow album
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>>53372093
I don't have any with me, unfortunately. Sorry!

>>53372211
There's a difference between "localising" western pop music and "western pop-inising" local traditional music, if you know what I mean?

>>53372267
>Hampus why does like half of /mu/ vehemently hate you? (serious question)
Because a) I have shit taste b) I'm a massive cunt c) I'm an incessant shitposter and c) they're mad for some raisin I don't even kno

>Also, do you have anything in the way of traditional Native American music?
Sorry, literally nothing. I haven't listened to a single piece of actual traditional NA music. Someone posted a few suggestions in yesterday's thread, I believe, so if you search native american or /trad/ you should find it I think.
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>>53372456
>I don't have any with me, unfortunately. Sorry!
it's alright friend
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>>53372449
I'd love to hear it.

>>53372456
Oh, I thought there was a particular reason.

Not that you'd actively seek it out with as broad a musical landscape as you have, but if you get the opportunity to listen to any "Bird Singing" (that's what it's called on the west coast), or any of the sacred night chants, definitely don't turn your ear away. The Yeibichi, Sioux, Kwakiutl, and Cheyenne tribes all had gorgeous night chants. Here's Navajo's. 2,500 years old and it's almost downright catchy in it's simple beauty.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAZLQgvAhCs
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>>53372456
>There's a difference between "localising" western pop music and "western pop-inising" local traditional music, if you know what I mean?
Kind of, there's rock/pop music that from some countries that just gets influenced by trad and there's trad music that gets influenced by rock/pop. The thing is I tkink the first one is better. And I don't even like rock/pop.
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>>53372605
>I'd love to hear it.
It's on torrents
>>53372699
too many thats
sorry
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>>53372605
Thanks! I definitely will end up listening to NA music some time, but I don't think I'm quite there yet. I have actually listened to the voyager gold record, but I guess I simply don't really remember what's on it.
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>>53372699
I think we're pretty much in agreement, if I'm reading you right here. When people take popular music and play it in their own cultural context and traditions, it's a whole different thing from a simple tradpop fusion. The latter which I like to think of as "modernised traditional music" and I think it just sounds horrible.
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>>53366071
love sufi music, love their zikr
listening to Music from Southern Laos now, good stuff, sweet tunes
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>>53372889
Yeah, that's pretty much what I meant, nice to see someone agrees with me.
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>>53372948
could you rec something?
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>>53372889
STOP FILLING IN YOUR NAME
THIS IS 4CHAN. IT'S ANONYMOUS.
STOP BEING CANCER.
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>>53373097
kinda can't, just search zikr or dhikr on youtube and make sure you don't get put on a terror list
a lot of those chechnyans sufis are militants
they do have the dopest chants though
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>>53373123
:^)
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>>53372948
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hasL_6i7kHg
this thing is amazing
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>>53365846
just applied to the group. i'm a bit of a pleb but whatever.
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>>53372948
can you share music from southern laos? I've been searching for that and only found crap on slsk and nothing on what
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>>53374145
I've got you, give me a minute.
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>>53374145
Here you go
https://mega.co.nz/#!NgIBRTxD!r5dAhDJn7ElB5OM0tfhLXt5KI98ukA7R9cBgL8iJ2PI
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>>53374568
Thanks a bunch man.
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>>53374604
Anytime.
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>>53374939
hey hampus, you know anything about Echtzeitmusik?
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>>53375354
Literally nothing. I searched OxMu for it and found nothing, so I can't help you if you need some resources.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_LVQDrQMqE

I like this album.
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oh fuck i found an album in my room with tradicional music from mozambique from the time when my percussion class went to a show and i bought the cd like 4 or 5 years ago. it's signed and everything. sounds great.
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>>53376649
up it m8
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>>53376685
i'm ripping but this will take half an hour bc i wanna make a good rip. if the thread dies or you leave just search for mozambique or something in the archives and it should be there.
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>>53372267
he used to very arrogant, now he's post-arrogant like many smart and self-loathing individuals
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>>53377319
cool, thanks man
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>>53375630
apparently it's a style of new music played in berlin but I have no idea what it's supposed to sound like apart from a single video on youtube that claims to be it, which doesn't sound like much at all
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>>53377319
uploading flac to mega now it's gonna take like 1 hour bc shit internet
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>>53378644
just do v0
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>>53378705
i'm uploading flac too but i'm gonna convert to v0 and upload
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>>53378828
eta ~25 mins on v0
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>>53379053
I'm on the edge of my seat here
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>>53379088
:^)
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Hiya buds

just in case someone hasn't checked them out, here are my /trad/ shares, for your DLing needs:

part 1) https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/thread/S53325445#p53329523

part 2)

https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/thread/S53078748#p53091441
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>>53379399

>tfw some of my scrobbles dont register where the music came from

;_;
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we should make like a pastebin with interesting albums or whatever
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>>53379510

Mootkip is p good at doing that, but I don't think he bothers with traditional music.

Hampus cannot be trusted with the task.
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https://mega.co.nz/#!p5wwzT7S!UnB3zfCewIMk3-b3DPD6c-T9mVkUmQWbcnCbb_8C5zM

>Timbila Muzimba - Warethwa
>2008
>Traditional music from Mozambique. It percussion heavy (mainly traditional marimbas from mozambique)
>MP3 v0
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>>53379605
>Hampus cannot be trusted with the task

why?
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FLAC:
https://mega.co.nz/#!k5YzHYLT!5hRBqy7s1vyjP9y3oYvuCo4v0dGt58iD8sl1or63Cso

MP3 V0:
https://mega.co.nz/#!p5wwzT7S!UnB3zfCewIMk3-b3DPD6c-T9mVkUmQWbcnCbb_8C5zM

>Timbila Muzimba - Warethwa
>2008
>Traditional music from Mozambique.It's full of percussion (mainly traditional marimbas from mozambique)
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>>53380332
thanks mane
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>>53380572
You're welcome man. Enjoy!

>>53379475
>tfw the band from the album i just uploaded doesn't appear either
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdp3ZK8EBbs

is this /trad/ enough
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>>53381727
yes
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bump for tradinterest
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anyone want to upload some tradshares?
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Has anyone checked out the Celestial Harmonies Music of Islam set? It's pretty amazing. I haven't listened to Indonesia, Morocco and a few of the other albums yet, but Pakistan, Yemen, Qatar and Iran are all great.
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>>53379399
thanks man
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>>53383842

see

>>53379399
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Wow, the thread is still alive after thirteen hours! Good job!

I'll be available to take requests for about two hours or so now. If you need any particular album, I'll check what.cd and grab it for you.
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Hampus you're a huge faggot and that pyramid shit you made is one of the gayest images on the internet.

However, does anyone know what this baltic(?) tradition of just intonation chanting I remember being introduced to once could be called?
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I'm taking Worlds of Music in college right now, interesting shit.
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>>53377510
>post arrogant

jesus christ this makes so much sense but at the same time it makes make angry that there is name for this.
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>>53387108
What do you mean with intonation chanting?
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>>53387203
it was in just intonation, featured very dense harmonization generally diverging then reconverging. It may have been heterophonic, but that may be me confusing it with something else I listened to the same day.

It may also have been from the balkans, but I'm leaning towards it being baltic music.
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>>53387252
Oh, I missed the little "just" there. I have no idea, then. Apart from that, it sounds like it could well have been Albanian music.
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>>53387296
It was exclusively performed by women.

Any idea where to start within albanian vocal music?
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>>53387313
>It was exclusively performed by women.
Women do have a prominent role in Albanian music, and men and women are generally separate in performance. But it's most likely still not what you're thinking of.

>Any idea where to start within albanian vocal music?
Albania: Labë Country - Complaints and Love Songs
Ensemble Tirana - Chants polyphoniques d'Albanie
Ensemble Vocal De Gjirokastër - Albanie: Polyphonies Vocales Du Pays Lab
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Is there any good Fiji, Tahiti, Micronesia or Pacific Island traditional music?
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>>53389013
I'm finding these on what.cd
>Various Artists - Fiji: Songs of Love and Homeland: String Band Music [2014] [Compilation]
>Traditional Fiji - Turtle Island Fiji Musical Memories [1994] [Album]
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>>53389104
cool, will check RuTracker
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>>53389237
I can upload them for you if you want.
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>>53389239
That would be sweet, thanks Hampy
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>>53389249
Give me a few minutes.
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>>53389249
Steve & Beth Wood - Turtle Island Musical Memories (1994) [FLAC].zip 307.9 MB
>Fiji
https://mega.co.nz/#!J05EGSjC!vKMias46iMKlewc6N9JDgGK3-MShpQXf5DHv7jqZlWg
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>>53389249
Various Artists - Fiji - Songs of Love and Homeland - String Band Music (2014) [FLAC].zip 312.6 MB
https://mega.co.nz/#!Q8JxkDBI!zrBxBY2gLXtwUZndblt66uayPmA0qBZ-oQFEjEsCu8U
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>>53389289
>>53389358
Thanks, appreciate it
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>>53389381
You're welcome!
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Just posting to mention that the unesco youtube channel has some great informational videos on music and dance traditions, although they're not sorted very well. They're mostly found in the "Intangible Heritage" series playlists.

https://www.youtube.com/user/unesco/playlists
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>>53389386
Why does megaupload hang sometimes?

Sitting on 99% for ages now.
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>>53389507
No idea, I really don't use it at all.
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>>53365846
Leeched the Songs of Defiance Caucasian album, much appreciated. Want to go back there already, and I've been there twice last year. Have anything more from that region?
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>>53389523
Thanks for the shares. Out of interest Hampus (I apologise if you've already been asked this), what made you come back to /mu/?
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>>53389523
Reloaded and fine this time, odd.
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>>53389549
Sorry, I don't think I even listened to that album myself yet!

>>53389607
I was bored and had little to do, way too much spare time. Figured I might as well spend some time listening to traditional music, and what better way to accompany that than shitposting on /mu/?
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>>53389778
>I was bored and had little to do, way too much spare time.
Apologies if this is too personal, but if I recall correctly you quit /mu/ because you got a girlfriend, did you break up?
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>>53389778
>Sorry, I don't think I even listened to that album myself yet!
You should.

Anyway, I have some Mongolian/Tuvan style stuff, if anyone's interested, as well as misc other traditional music - Armenian and Persian stuff. Ask away if you're curious.
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>>53389881
Don't worry, and no we did not break up. I'm in her apartment right now actually.

>>53389939
I will, eventually! I have so much music downloaded to go through right now.
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>>53390422
bumpity
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You guys know you can post in the group too, right?
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>>53391797
Yes, but I'm uploading shit to share and I don't want the thread to die.
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>>53387174
I just made it up. Sorry you're angry but I'm glad you felt a feel, that's what I was going for.
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>>53391830
Well I'm just saying, the group threads never die is all, you can post there, go on holiday for a month and come back and its still there.
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>José Afonso - Fados de Coimbra e Outras Canções (1981)
>Coimbra Fado, Songs about college and Coimbra, Portuguese, one of my favs ever

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgV_PjpB1wo
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>José Afonso - Cantigas do Maio (1971)
>Portuguese Folk Music, Fado, Singer/Songwriter, Socialist Music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QiHf-4fodos
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>Carlos Paredes - Movimento Perpétuo (1971)
>Coimbra Fado, Fado, Portuguese Guitar, Guitar Genius

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_AKiwaojepM
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>Maitre Gazonga - Les Jaloux Saboteurs
>Kind of afrobeat music from Chad

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvvD9RSp6c8
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>Lobi Traoré - The Lobi Traoré Group (2005)
>Tishoumaren, Music from Mali

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4Z_T5VAX2I
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https://mega.co.nz/#!4koWzTAC!nRTwSQbqh515-NYz4eJ1y8a331Wk2wJhJPqMZJQO_XY

>Zumi-Kai Original Instrumental Group - Koto Music of Japan
>Soukyoku, Traditional Japanese Music, Music with Kotos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4ZVesCNwOM
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https://mega.co.nz/#!l8pXCTCI!wALirxFLGSPVl0jsGeRHlpZ54-mn5ot6azw3YwPhNSA

>Master Musicians of The Ikuta School - Japanese Koto Consort (1991)
>Soukyoku, Traditional Japanese Music, Music with Kotos

http://chiasenhac.com/mp3/other/o-pop/yachiyo-jishi~master-musicians-of-the-ikuta-school~1283526.html
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>>53387252
I think Bulgarian, maybe.
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>>53380332
>>53392130
>>53392116
>>53392102
>>53392056
>>53392029
>>53392016
>>53391993
Those are some cool albums I have. Gonna post like 2 more later bc I don't have time to upload now.
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>>53392194
Cheers for the uploads!
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Anything from Brazil?
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>>53392324
too much music from brazil
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>>53392336
By all means, do share.
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>>53392324
There's a bunch of capoiera music on what.cd
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>>53392362
Pretty much exactly what I'm looking for.
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>>53392376
I'll snatch one or two albums for you and upload to mega cons.
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>>53392308
You're welcome man, enjoy!
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>>53392396
Spanks.
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>>53392407
I grabbed the ones that looked most interesting but these morans need to grow an brain and seed.
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If someone has this I will literally suck your dick.
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>>53392512
Grabbing it from some guy off SLSK now. I'll have it uploaded for you in five minutes or so.
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>>53392546
THANK YOU

(not sure about the dick sucking though)
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>>53392574
>(not sure about the dick sucking though)
But you promised!

*cancels download*
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>>53392592
Oh man I guess I gotta work it then :^)
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>>53392609
I'm just playing, here you go mate.

http://www36.zippyshare.com/v/AfKFwZTh/file.html
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>>53392635
You are the man!

I searched on slsk and I didn't find anything..
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>>53392592
>>53392609
>>53392635
ah man this could have been good
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I love these /trad/ threads.
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>>53392655
I just searched Antillean and found it. Hope you enjoy.

>>53392407
This is coming up for you, if only Mega cons would stop sucking so much shit.
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>>53392839
I still can't find it. Must be my shitty internet connection.
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>>53392866
Might be, well you have it now. I also found Opus 2, 5 and 6 if that's interesting.
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>>53392891
It is interesting. I can't find that stuff anywhere. God I need to upgrade my internet service.
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>>53392907
Sure, here you go
http://www30.zippyshare.com/v/fwfATJ2y/file.html

>>53392407
Are you still here, Lex?
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>>53392931
You rock Hampus
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>>53392931
What looks good on what for Uruguay?

All I seem to have is pic related and its not even traditional.
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>>53392991
There's like 70+ albums from Uruguay on what.cd, and I honestly don't really know how to judge which ones might be decent or not. I'd suggest you maybe search a bit on smithsonian or just google to find some specific albums, and I'll check for those. Alternatively if there's a specific genre of music from there you want I could snatch something.
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>>53393016
Get them all you lazy shit.

I really shouldn't have let my 2nd account expire, will have a butchers on Smithy and get back to you.
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>>53393042
lmao

If I didn't know you had already fucked up two accounts I'd invite you again.
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>>53393067
>fucked up

The 2nd one I let die as I was overseas doing stuff and basically forgot, the first one I cancelled in a NYE strange moralistic crusade.

So yeah, probably not wise.
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>>53392931
I'm here, thanks.
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>>53393099
I uploaded it to my FTP instead, I'll send a link on FB or last.fm a bit later.
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>>53393150
Awesome, thanks.
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Does anyone on /mu/ listen to traditional northern European music? Celtic and Nordic folk are a lot of what I listen to and also what I play but I've barely ever seen anyone else post about them, I've shared a lot on /mu/ and never seen more than a little interest. I'm also very interested in early European folk music.
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>>53393383
Him
>>53393153
I think
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>>53393383
English folk pretty much got absorbed into popular music through folk revival, folk rock and rock, so it's pretty much understood that it's popular
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>>53393383
I've got some but most of it isn't trve traditional in the way Hampus meant this thread.

Nevertheless, still going to share it as well as some links to samples: http://pastebin.com/KDC0gfWD
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>>53392130
thanks for the downloads

>>53393421
nice chart - thanks
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Essential: youtube.com/watch?v=EwV592ULRC8
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If anyone is interested in a chart of some genuine Celtic and Nordic folk I could probably put together a chart.

>>53393421
Nice chart, not exactly what I mean but there's some bands I like there (such as Hedningarna, Garmarna, Valravn, Stary Olsa and Daemonia Nymphe). The only thing is I hate Wardruna, I never understood their appeal, I rather listen to real Norse music like Harald Foss performs. Good taste! Nice someone on /mu/ likes some similar music.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqwnkaWYsPo
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How awesome is the Lyrichord label?
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>>53393421
>Lunasa
Are they from Ireland? I'm interested.
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Two more shares, as promised.

https://mega.co.nz/#!sphWGLLb!d-RBxsJcVzlxA92mEW4ijEYlWI9RCKqGxQm2q9N6Qig

>Koto Ensemble Of The Ikuta School - Japanese Koto Orchestra: Five Kotos, Hoteki, Shamisen And Shakuhachi (1992)
>Soukyoku, One of the best traditional japanese music albums (seriously check out the song on the yt link)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bt80TL4lOBc
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https://mega.co.nz/#!10xjGKSA!TC1bF8mcIEwlhFkkcZcx3ukLsXbxqrMfA8BNMBVx1Jc

>Kim So-Hee - P'ansori - Korea's Epic Vocal Art & Instrumental Music
>Korean Folk Music, Korean Classical Music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIwuh5ThHsA
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>>53394900
The album's from 1988, btw.
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>>53368214
Gil-Scott Heron,The Watts Prophets,The Last Poets,The Beat Generation?
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hey /trad/, I was wondering if anyone could help me find the following album:

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/joxan_goikoetxea___juan_mari_beltran/egurraren_orpotik_dator%E2%80%A6/

I've been growing more interested in my Basque roots as of the few last months, and the review on this album made me want to check it out. I haven't found anything, however.

And also, hi Hampus, glad to see you're back around! Last time I was browsing /mu/ you were leaving, I remember I offered you to get a beer if you're in the Rotterdam area. (offer still stands)
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>>53395249
It's on What. I'll up it for you.
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>>53395350
I know there was a guy earlier that backed down from sucking dick, please do know I will not back down from suctioning a schlong. Thanks anon.
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>>53395383
Actually it's gonna take LOTS of time bc only a few seeders. If you check the archive later it will be there.

I was the one that backed down from sucking dick :^)
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>>53395249
Hey There!

I'm currently with my gf at some friend's, but the album is on what.CD. I'll upload it for you late .
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>>53395400
Alright, thanks a lot, dude.

>>53395413
Hey thanks for the effort but anon beat you to it :-)
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>>53395350
>>53395434
Ah, okay! Well, maybe if it isn't done when I get home!
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>>53395434
When I mean lots of time I'm being serious. There's like 1 or 2 seeders but I have the time. 2h30 at best. I don't know if Hampus can't beat me with his super fast internet.

>>53395413
Hey man I'm enjoying the Wim Statius Muller stuff you upped. Thx.
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>>53395477
I won't be home for like two three hours at least, probabl . Glad the music is good!
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>>53395477
Ah, I'll be sleeping by then. I'll check tomorrow afternoon in the archive.

I'll list the stuff I got from this thread, too:
>>53366071
>>53391993
>>53392016
>>53392029
>>53392102
>>53392635

This has to be the best thread I've come across since I ever started browsing /mu/ in 2012. I'm very happy we can still have threads like this. Hopefully one day I'll be able to contribute but for now I'm just not knowledgeable enough. I'll just keep on downloading until someone requests something I have, lel.
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>>53394778
Yes, ergo the Irish flag.
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>>53392029
Damn this is incredible!
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>>53396805
The guy's father, grandfather and greatgrandfather pretty much invented the Coimbra fado guitar method.
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>>53396805
If you're interested you can find a video of Carlos Paredes playing with the double bass player from the Ornette Coleman quartet, Charlie Haden.

The actual performance starts at around 10:00. Before that there's an interview for the portuguese television.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ESsUcIhCO0
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https://mega.co.nz/#!0koBQJ4B!5CzvG-hdEOfzczhiu2SCh5jY5UVWMeN5Jd0dAYUifDM

>Joxan Goikoetxea & Juan Mari Beltran - Egurraren orpotik dator… (1993)
>Basque Folk Music, Ambient

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8o-KF-MTzgQ
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>>53397297
Here's the cover.
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