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Last thread got a few replies edition

What are you listening to? Why? What do you want to explore?

If you want regional recs just ask, I might have something.
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trad is so tryhard

whatever, at least its not as boring as folkrock
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>>62057565
How is traditional music tryhard?
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>>62057577
you have to search for it harder than you would pop music
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>>62057835
But....
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>>62057577
You're displacing it out of its original context to listen to it just because it makes you feel/seem to yourself that you're patrician. You think you've exhausted pop/Western music, and that you're superior because you're listening to non-Western music.
It's tryhard because you assume that you've risen above Western forms of music, when in fact you probably haven't—you just missed a lot of it, kind of like how dadrockers don't know about newer rock music and just think that rock music has never been good since the 90s.
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>>62057844
I don't know hampy, I was just memeing
What is some good Italian traditional?
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>>62057484
Have anything from Georgia/the Caucasus?
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>>62057872
Nearly 100% of music is taken out of its context. I'm not a punk in the slightest but I still enjoy listening to it. And believe it or not it's posible to listen to both western and non-western music and appreciate both.
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>>62057872
No actually I just listen to music from the world because it's fun to hear what it sounds like outside the westernized anglosphere.
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>>62057879
I don't have any trve trad from Italy (yet), but here are some fun compositions for vocals and hurdy gurdy. Guy was born and died in Italy, but I'm not really sure I'd call him Italian...
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>>62057937
Air Mail Music: Georgia - Crossroads (Playasound)
Georgia: The Resounding Polyphony of the Caucausus (Music Earth)
Ensemble Kereoni - Traditional Songs from Georgia (ARC)
Music of Central Asia Vol. 6: Alim and Fargana Qasimov: Spiritual Music of Azerbaijan (Folkways)
The Music of Armenia Vol.1-6 (Celestial Harmonies)
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>>62058027
Well thanks anyway
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>>62058059
I'll try to find something until next thread, but I might not have had time to listen to it yet :^)
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Still listening to Inuit musics.
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>>62058054
I'll get some of these.
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>>62058502
Tell me if there's any you can't find, I'll upload them.
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>>62058594
The only one I can't find is The Music of Armenia Vol.1-6.
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>>62058921
Ait I'll upload them for you.
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>>62058976
You're amazing!
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>>62058986
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>>62058999
I'll also need some Romanian music recs.
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>>62059014
World Library of Folk and Primitive Music, Vol. XVII: Romania (Rounder)
Roemenië: La vraie tradition de Transylvanie (Ocora)

Taraf de Haïdouks if you want some more modern gypsy music.
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>>62059062
The World Library of Folk and Primitive Music series looks great. I'll also check out some other of the compilations.
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>>62058054
Thanks man
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>>62058921
About 50% done now.
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>>62059389
I've also downloaded the Romanian compilation, the World Library one.
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The Music of Armenia Vol.1-6 (Celestial Harmonies)
FLAC
Volume one
https://mega.nz/#!8lpSTACS!9hOt0omjnXK7__clDwBdlWRavqDiCcuQV7jiFfhKvKs
Volume two
https://mega.nz/#!kwBBlDiA!SpkHcXOqEkowaaxm-LSHHUp2_06puqwTLRNjCAM-7x8
Volume three
https://mega.nz/#!Yg5R0D6Y!G7u9WeO1Mnk2Z1fyuYpAE3AiNeOz6D6otwkbAPCzbrk
Volume four
https://mega.nz/#!lpoEATBI!m38HX-ABj4w90nPSNOKv7any4nQeX9PIJPwIdiALXCo
Volume five
https://mega.nz/#!hkwTHSyB!_DJpUBs5RyqVrLb2h8QuQ12WbIuKJ1coIuBE0_L7MuA
Volume six
https://mega.nz/#!Nt4xkLwD!E4fcckSGYuPDqdofbvOgvgfyZkiFooUTf2IWZH2WIBw
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>>62059845
Thank you so much!
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>>62060016
Anytime, hope you enjoy. Note that not all of it is necessarily "trad" music, but there's some art compositions there as well, if I recall correctly.
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>>62060032
Nice. I'm also getting interested in the Armenian and Georgian languages. Those are some of the most unique ones I've ever encountered, especially their writing system. Even though I'm from Macedonia and the Cyrillic script is my native script, I'm still amazed by their scripts.
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I used to browse this site a lot, although I kept running into albums I couldn't find for download
still maybe you folks might find it interesting
http://www.farsidemusic.com
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>>62060141
Where from are you?

>>62060219
Neat.
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>>62060438
>Where from are you?
Skopje, Macedonia
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>>62060558
Oh cool. Both Georgian and Armenian are completely different language families, aren't they?
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>>62060639
Yeah. Both are a unique language family that is not really connected to any of the major ones. That's the most fascinating thing for me. Kind of mysterious.
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why is american folk superior to every other country
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>>62060769
I'm about 95% certain you haven't actually listened to any American folk music.
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>>62060769
Have you even listened to any other folk music except from American?
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>>62060786
im listening to 40s delta blues right now
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Need the hookup on some lossless Mongolian music.
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humpy why are you wumpy
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>>62060852
Good for you.

>>62060873
Air Mail Music: Mongolia (Playasound)
Mongolie: Chants Et Morin Khuur (Ocora)
I can upload both for you.
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>>62060909
humpy why are you wumpy
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>>62060909
That would be excellent.
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>>62060946
Ait gimme like 15 minutes.
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>>62060983
humpy i have a question

why are you wumpy
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>>62061004
You're not even meming right. It's "why DO you wumpy"
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How much time do you spend listening to music each day/week (on average), and how much of that time is dedicated to /trad/, rock, classical, jazz, electronic, or other?
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>>62061035
about 5 hr/day, probably 90% pop music
I like pop music
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>>62061035
On average, maybe 10-15 hours per week, with occasional periods of much more (like 10-15 hours per day). These days, most of it (> 90%) is spent on traditional music, but I don't mind listening to other music as well.
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Air Mail Music: Mongolia (Playasound)
FLAC
https://mega.nz/#!wwJTjBQJ!K8NCSlDVIwrvpvBzXzERa13CwRn9Jc2zfPHFbDaOvMM
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humpy
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/WUMP

humpy-WUMP
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>>62061153
thanks friend
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Mongolie: Chants Et Morin Khuur (Ocora)
FLAC
https://mega.nz/#!wwJTjBQJ!K8NCSlDVIwrvpvBzXzERa13CwRn9Jc2zfPHFbDaOvMM

>>62061285
Any time.
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I've always wondered why aren't there more posters in /trad/. Why is that?
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>>62061728
Because /mu/ doesn't care about /trad/ in the slightest.
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>>62061728
this is primarily a board populated by pop/rock fans with little interest outside of that
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humpy why do you wumpy
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>>62062251
Anon why do you ask such stupid questions?
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hampus will print out this post and sign it

ill give you my address later
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Boy it sure is tibet around here.
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>>62062669
Mostly throat singing?
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>>62063413
And horns and drums and chimes.
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>>62063470
I'm listening to the first volume of the Armenian compilation. It's amazing so far.
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>>62063565
I remember it being pretty good but it's been a while since I heard it.
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what are some good traditonal japanese/chinese folk music? Instrumental with those old instruments are really nice but i dont know where you'd get good albums of it.

For reference i really like horse headed fiddles and tuvan/mongol folk music.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hztsZ1E1avo
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>>62063726
Japan: Kabuki & Other Traditional Music (Nonesuch)
Shakuhachi Music: A Bell Ringing in the Empty Sky (Nonesuch)
Ethnic Minority Music of Southern China (Sublime Frequencies)
The Hugo Masters: An Anthology of Chinese Classical Music, Vol. 1-4 (Celestial Harmonies)
Chine: Musique Classique (Ocora)

I should probably find myself some more Kabuki and Noh music.
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>>62063726
this is an ok resource
http://www.farsidemusic.com/acatalog/JAPAN_traditional.html
http://www.farsidemusic.com/acatalog/Traditional.html

I'm more into folk songs so I'm not sure how good it is for instrumental music/classical/that sort of thing but give it a look
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>>62063726
Just found out that there's a 10CD series on King's WML called "Japanese Traditional Music", so that ought to be pretty great.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z47AGAAtXYU
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>>62063786
>>62063861
>>62063914
thanks senpai
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>>62063716
It's a really good collection of Armenian sacred/church music. I'm pleasantly surprised.
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