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Episode #3149

World Music Singing Tour

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Saturday, April 13, 2013

A Bulgarian, a Greek and a Turk walk into a bar…  Not the opening of a joke, rather it’s the vocal group Trio Tzane, who make music together under the motto “Balkan polyphonies and other vocal stories.”  We’ll hear from them, along with a few selections from Huun Huur Tu, the throat singers of Tuva.  Also, listen to some Norwegian sami singing, or joiking, from Jienat, with a whole lot of Brazilian, and West African percussion that renders the music utterly danceable. 

Plus, there's the choral singing and marimbas of the South African band Amabutho, music made by the Inuit "throat-singing" - singing into one another's mouths, using the other's throat as a resonating chamber-  from Canadian Tanya Tagaq, and a whole lot more.

PROGRAM #3149, World Music Singing        (First aired on 12/14/10)                                                    

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Tanya Tagaq

Auk , Blood

Fox, Tiriganiak [3:44]
Force [3:22]

Jericho Beach Music JBM0801
Available at CdBaby.com 

Jienat

Mira

DanceHall [4:00]
Adama [5:41]

JNCD002
www.jienat.com

Amabutho

Sikelela

Sikelela [8:07]

Alma Records ACD 68102
www.almarecords.com

Huun Huur Tu

Ancestors Call

Odugen Taiga [8:55]

World Village 468107
www.worldvillagemusic.com

Trio Tzane

Gaïtani

Snoshti Sedenki Kladhome [3:30]
Militsa [4:07]

Naïve 5230
www.naive.fr

Natacha Atlas

Mounqaliba

Batkallim [5:58]

Six Degrees 657036 1170
sixdegreesrecords.com

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