Collection : Album XV : Folk music of Venezuela : from the Archive of American Folk Song [5 Disques]

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Title
Album XV : Folk music of Venezuela : from the Archive of American Folk Song [5 Disques]
Depositor / contributor
Liscano, Juan ; Seeger, Charles
Document status
Published
Recording context
Terrain
Recording period
1939 - 1943
Year published
1947
Access type
metadata
Corpus
Archive of American Folk Song

Geographic and cultural informations

States / nations
Barquisimeto, Caracas, Miranda, Nueva Esparta
Populations / social groups

Legal notices

Recordist
Liscano, Juan
Publisher
Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory, Washington
Publisher collection
Folk music of the United States
Publisher reference
AAFS 71 - 75
Bibliographic references
Folk music of Venezuela : from the Archive of American Folk Song / edited by Juan Liscano and Charles Seeger. - Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory, 1947. - 5 sound discs : analog, 78 rpm ; 12 in.
Field recordings by J. Liscano. - Title from container. - Program booklet inserted in container includes the sung and spoken texts. - Recorded in the states of Lara, Falcón, Miranda, Anzoátegui, Nueva Esparta, and Zulia, 1939-1943. - Sung and spoken content in Spanish.
Legal rights
Restreint (enregistrement édité)

Archiving data

Code
CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016
Old code
DI.1950.011.016 à 020
Mode of acquisition
Echange
Copy type
principal
Record author
- Editeur
Collection status
original et copie
Copies
Copie du disque DI.50.11.17 sur disque à gravure directe (33T 30cm) coté PyC 52.5 en 1952, transférée sur bande magnétique en 1991 (BM.991.002.014) et numérisée en 2017 (CNRSMH_I_1991_002_014).
Comments
Mode d'acquisition : Échange avec la bibliothèque du Congrès à Washington.

Folk Music of Venezuela ($8.95). Recorded by Juan Liscano, 1939-43. Edited by Juan Liscano and Charles Seeger :
"Baile de las Turas"
"Trompa Goajira"
"El Maremare"
"Pasaje de Tambor Redondo `El Egío'"
"Pasaje de Tambor Grande `Merecure'"
"El Carángano"
"Los Quitiplás"
"El Mampulorio"
"Fulía `Se Fué Volando'"
"Guasa `Petronila'"
"Canto Para Matar la Culebra"
"Fulía `La Paraulata'"
"Polo Margariteño"
"Galerón Margariteño"
"Corrido del Pajarillo"
"Tono de Velorio"
"Golpe `Amalia Rosa'"
"Folía Margariteña"

La collection regroupe 5 disques cotés :
DI.1950.011.016
DI.1950.011.017
DI.1950.011.018
DI.1950.011.019
DI.1950.011.020.
Record writer
Adeline Montintin, 2013 (CDD Culture)
Last modification
Jan. 10, 2019, 9:33 p.m.
Items finished
Oui (18 items)
Conservation site
BnF

Technical data

Media type
Audio
Computed duration
00:02:15
Collection size
37.1 MB
Number of components (medium / piece)
5
Number of items
18
Original format
Disque 78 Tours
Archive format
Disque 78 t, Ø 30 cm

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Title
Plaquette de présentation du disque
Description
In 1939, Juan Liscano, Journalist and poet, provided himself with portable sound-recording equipment and began to record the folklore of Venezuela. Hetraveled, entirely upon his own initiative and resources, sometimes with considerable hardship, over most of the northern half of the country, including the states of Lara, Falcon, Miranda, Anzoategui, Nueva Esparta, And Zulia, Examples of whose music and speech are contained in this album.
Credits

Items

Title Digitized Recordist Location Year of recording Code
Baile de las Turas Disque1_FaceA_01 Liscano, Juan Barquisimeto 1940 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_001_01
Trompa Goajira Disque1_FaceA_02 Liscano, Juan Caracas 1940 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_001_02
El maremare Disque1_FaceA_03 Liscano, Juan Caracas 1941 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_001_03
Pasaje de Tambor Redondo `El Egío' Disque1_FaceB_04 Liscano, Juan Miranda 1941 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_001_04
Pasaje de Tambor Grande `Merecure' Disque1_FaceB_05 Liscano, Juan Miranda 1941 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_001_05
El Carángano Disque1_FaceB_06 Liscano, Juan Miranda 1941 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_001_06
Los Quitiplás Disque1_FaceB_07 Liscano, Juan Miranda 1939 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_001_07

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El Mampulorio Disque2_FaceA_01

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Liscano, Juan Miranda 1939 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_002_01
Fulía `Se Fué Volando' Disque2_FaceA_02 Liscano, Juan Miranda 1942 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_002_02
Guasa `Petronila' Disque2_FaceA_03 Liscano, Juan Miranda 1939 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_002_03
Canto Para Matar la Culebra Disque2_FaceB_04 Liscano, Juan Caracas 1940 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_002_04
Fulia "La paraulata" Disque3_FaceA_01 Liscano, Juan Miranda 1943 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_003_01
Polo Margariteño Disque3_FaceB_02 Liscano, Juan Nueva Esparta 1941 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_003_02
Galerón Margariteño Disque4_FaceA_01 Liscano, Juan Nueva Esparta 1941 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_004_01
Corrido del Pajarillo Disque4_FaceB_02 Liscano, Juan Caracas 1940 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_004_02
Tono de velorio Disque5_FaceA_01 Liscano, Juan Barquisimeto 1941 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_005_01
Golpe `Amalia Rosa' Disque5_FaceA_02 Liscano, Juan Barquisimeto 1941 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_005_02
Folía Margariteña Disque5_FaceB_03 Liscano, Juan Nueva Esparta 1941 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_016_005_03