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Options November 16, 2013: Highlights from the Garland Encyclopedia of World Music

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
abdorahman nurak  kanbar kan   Options turkestan - kirghiz komuz and kazakh dombra    0:00:00 ()
maman  togotchi / kanbar khan   Options turkestan - kirghiz komuz and kazakh dombra    0:04:32 ()
hamit rayimbergenov  aqqu   Options turkestan - kirghiz komuz and kazakh dombra    0:09:11 ()
various - cook islands  drum dance   Options south pacific - island music    0:10:38 ()
various - fiji  male fan dance / club dance meke iwau   Options south pacific - island music    0:13:37 ()
various  ha leu / ha leu   Options stilling time - traditional musics of vietnam    0:17:44 ()
various  heu phuem   Options stilling time - traditional musics of vietnam    0:23:05 ()
various  boatmen's songs tracks 6, 7   Options songs of the land of china    0:25:57 ()
various  love song from the upper regions of the yellow river   Options songs of the land of china    0:27:34 ()
various  love song from the middle region of yellow river   Options songs of the land of china    0:28:14 ()
a kostis  dertlidikos horos   Options greek rhapsody : instrumental music from greece 1905-1956    0:32:53 ()
 
various  tarantella (au cours de la danse)   Options zampogne en italie    0:44:47 ()
various  love song - biblica and briul   Options roumaine - wedding music from wallachia, vlasca & teleorman    0:48:48 ()
various / unknown  mon-gu tuul   Options secret museum of mankind - central asia    0:53:57 ()
various  song sung upon finishing the work   Options polyphonic music of the amis tribe    0:57:55 ()
 
a thai salaw seung pi ensemble led by Sanit A-phai  unknown   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 4 southeast asia    1:14:05 ()
mawlam rattri si-wilai  a thai lam sing repartee song   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 4 southeast asia    1:15:04 ()
Daw yi yi thant & u myint maun  burmese kyo classical song   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 4 southeast asia    1:16:25 ()
gamelan ensemble directed by Pak Kasdu  srempeg, pelog patet wolu   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 4 southeast asia    1:19:58 ()
 
orch seleccion del centrro  no lo cuentes a nadie   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 2 south america, mexico, central america and the caribbean    1:31:39 ()
nicanor abarca puma  quien a visto aquel volcan   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 2 south america, mexico, central america and the caribbean    1:32:32 ()
a trio of jarocho musicians  siquisiri   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 2 south america, mexico, central america and the caribbean    1:33:48 ()
marimba de arco trio  los novios   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 2 south america, mexico, central america and the caribbean    1:36:56 ()
rara sanbout  rara instrumental music   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 2 south america, mexico, central america and the caribbean    1:39:29 ()
unknown  afro-martinican street music   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 2 south america, mexico, central america and the caribbean    1:41:05 ()
 
kulung of Koloboi and a chorus from Yilataa  kpelle   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 1 africa    1:50:48 ()
joseph torobeka  inanga chuchotee   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 1 africa    1:53:38 ()
koo nimo and band  pal wine highlife song   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 1 africa    1:56:35 ()
various  nyin min nyama nyama   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 1 africa    1:59:33 ()
bouchit bint loki  tihadanaren   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 1 africa    2:05:31 ()
hattaye ag muhammed  khadisia   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 1 africa    2:07:12 ()
silagi kirimungo  enyhonyhi kolojo   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 1 africa    2:08:45 ()
sheikh burukan kiwuuwa  gganga aluwa   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 1 africa    2:13:06 ()
baaka pygmy group  makala   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 1 africa    2:15:29 ()
james masango  tongore   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 1 africa    2:18:01 ()
elias kunaka & kidwell mudzimirema  nyama musango   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 1 africa    2:20:52 ()
 
lahsen wakrim  taskiwin   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 6 middle east    2:31:28 ()
walid abid  dal ona   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 6 middle east    2:32:45 ()
itab  ba uni   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 6 middle east    2:33:26 ()
acar family  ax le nure, henoke gerowwere, xwastime   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 6 middle east    2:35:06 ()
ali ekber cicek  haydar haydar   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 6 middle east  00  2:39:39 ()
shanshat tolepova  zhyr   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 6 middle east    2:41:13 ()
nadira pirmatova  sarabaxi orom i jon   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 6 middle east    2:44:12 ()
nadira pirmatova  oynasin dugah   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 6 middle east    2:46:46 ()
archana joglekar  north indian kathak dance syllables   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 5 the indian subcontinent    2:53:44 ()
kalamu jogi  nirgun bhajan   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 5 the indian subcontinent     
shah wali khan  yaqorban   Options garland encyclopedia of world music vol 5 the indian subcontinent     

Listener comments!

Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 6:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...ohkay - we'll start w/ a ☆, shall we?...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 6:11pm davex:

Good evening - interesting music!
  Sat. 11/16/13 6:17pm Mitten John:

Sounding good, Donna!
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 6:19pm Pseu Braun:

most excellent to enter The Gateway!
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 6:28pm davex:

Amazing how so much of this music sounds similar to traditions on the other side of the world.
  Sat. 11/16/13 6:30pm Marmalade Kitty:

This show is a trip..
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 6:34pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yeah - this Chinese boatmen's song reminds me of AmerIndian chants
- & also, there's probably similarity in most 'nautical' music everywhere...
- One theory holds that Social coordination in Work (Work Song) is the origin of Music to a large degree...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 6:36pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...another that - in America, the origin of the word 'Rock' relating to Music is from the method employed in swinging work loads on/off steamboats on the Mississippi (?!)...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 6:37pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...which is not what is more widely thot, of course !...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 6:44pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

dertlidikos horos way kewl - flawless set
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 6:47pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...bagpipes are wonderful - >if< they know how to tune & play !!...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 6:57pm Kristina Koffee:

Good eve everyone, hello Donna. Just tuning in. Great set :D I love bagpipes!
  Sat. 11/16/13 6:58pm Marmalade Kitty:

shows like this one help free us the modern world prison complex!
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:03pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& this Mongolian (?) track sounds even more AmerIndian. Coincidence?
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:04pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- oh sorry - delayed playlist syndrome - I'm hearing the Amis track...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Taiwan says websearch...
  Sat. 11/16/13 7:06pm Marmalade Kitty:

music travels well!
  Sat. 11/16/13 7:12pm gg:

Hi, just wanted to say Gateway to Joy has become my favorite show on FMU these days and love whenever it unexpectedly appears!
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:17pm Mike East:

that 1st set was intense. those little girls singing, especially
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:25pm Mike East:

Any idea which track I'm referring to?
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:26pm slugluv1313:

beautiful beautiful music, Donna -- THANK YOU!
  Sat. 11/16/13 7:27pm Donna:

hey mike, it was from stilling time (vietnam)
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:31pm fred von helsing:

toe toe no no no
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:31pm Mike East:

ah cool. thank you
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:49pm fred von helsing:

and the time in nj is... saturday at 2000 ?
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:52pm fred von helsing:

let's all shinny
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:57pm Kristina Koffee:

that last track (kulung of koloboi) gave me the auditory equivalent of rubbing your hand on the carpet for a long time.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:08pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yeah fvh - 20:08 Eastern Time USA...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Does the 'timestamp' on Comments (like this) show Local Time for everyone - ?! Or NewJersey-FMU time - ??
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:21pm davex:

Only WFMU time.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:26pm Ike:

Hello! I just rolled home listening to this show after a semi-epic day of feasting on foods from around the world. We started at an Iranian place, Kabob on the Cliff, in Cliffside Park, NJ. Very tasty. They had amazing, odd rice pudding w/great texture.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:28pm Ike:

Their slogan was "we are committed to bringing to you the outmost kabobing experience."
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:31pm Mike East:

I didnt know kabob could be used as a verb. thats awesome
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:31pm david_:

hi all
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:38pm Ike:

But that's not all! Then next door we found amazing desserts. Not sure of the cuisine, maybe Turkish? And then....
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:39pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...if you were bouncing in water, eating a kabob, & skewering something simultaneously - you could be bobbing, kabobing, & shishkabobing all @ once...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:41pm Mike East:

turkish sweets are the sweetest sweets
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:42pm Robert:

What's all this about Hanoi Jane?
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:44pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...it says that Austin City Limits tonight will have Jim James solo & the Black Angels on
...both ACL & Faye Archive I believe - as I think they'll overlap an hour
...my wine glass is feeling empty & neglected...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:45pm Ike:

I *think* the place was Istanbul Borek on Palisade Ave. in Cliffside Park. Very strongly recommended. And then later we walked to a Guatemalan cafe in Fairview, and had a great atol de elote, which is a hot corn drink. Corn! Of all things. It works.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:47pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...too much of what we eat & drink has high fructose corn syrup in it - might as well drink it w/ less processing ! Horchata is a favorite...your drink *&* your desert in one...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:49pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- & mango lassi (Indian) !
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:49pm Ike:

I just uploaded some of my food adventure pics from today to my FMU profile, click on my name to see them. The rice pudding is my avatar pic for the moment.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:49pm slugluv1313:

where/how might one acquire this AMAZING Garland Encyclopedia of World Music??!! so . . . MESMERIZING!!!!
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:52pm Ike:

Our last stop was an Armenian church food bazaar. It was really good. Then I drove my friends to a bus stop and I put on FMU & I think one of my foodie friends fell in love with Donna's show. Ha. Good way to end.
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:56pm Donna:

the cds accompanied the books, which were sold as a set, for over 2 grand or there abouts. you can now find the books used, separately in the 150ish range.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:56pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...as a crude overview?? - seems Rob's style is pleasantly disorienting whirlwind excursions across cultures into spirited & festive aspects of music
- whereas Donna here is into longer & trancier explorations w/ more focus on Asia...(?)...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:58pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- both a wonderful pleasure & a schoolin' for me, of course...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 9:04pm slugluv1313:

thanks, Donna! yes, i had a feeling they would be way expen$ive -- but sooooo WORTH IT!!!
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