Collection : Folk music of the Ukraine [3 Disques]

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Title
Folk music of the Ukraine [3 Disques]
Original title / translation
Music of the Ukraine [3 Disques]
Document status
Published
Recording context
A préciser
Recording period
Year published
1951
Access type
metadata
Corpus
Folkways Records et Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Geographic and cultural informations

States / nations
Ukraine
Populations / social groups

Legal notices

Publisher
Folkways Records (1948-1987), New York, USA
Publisher collection
Ethnic Folkways Library
Booklet author
Courlander, Harold et Cowell, Henry
Publisher reference
EFL 1301 (01470-01472)
Bibliographic references
Music of the Ukraine. - N[ew] Y[ork] C[ity] : Folkways Records, [1950?].
Contents : Gutsul Kolomyika : folk dance and song -- Kozachok : folk dance -- Huculka : folk dance -- Country dances -- Wedding melodies -- Hutsulka and Kozachok : folk dance tunes.
Orchestre vedette - Balalaikas : instruments à cordes pincées et cornemuses (Duda)

Legal rights
Restreint (enregistrement édité)

Archiving data

Code
CNRSMH_E_1952_005_005
Old code
DI.1952.005.005
Mode of acquisition
Achat (crédit Musée de L'Homme)
Record author
A renseigner
Secondary edition
Non
Comments
Modalité d'acquisition : Acquisition du Musée de l'Homme.
Music of the Ukraine / Various Artists FW04443 / FE 4443 / Music of the Ukraine includes traditional Ukrainian instruments such as the duda (bagpipe) and dances such as the Huculka—"a rapid dance played on mandolin-like instruments (balalaikas) and a home-made fiddle" (Henry Cowell). Often tracks demonstrate a confluence between Western and Eastern modalities, as on "Country Dances." Liner notes include an overview of Ukraine and track notes that include musical analysis.
La balalaïka (Russe : Балалайка) est un instrument de musique à cordes pincées russe. C'est un luth à manche long à la caisse typiquement triangulaire. Le mot balalaïka vient du russe balakat, qui signifie bavarder, plaisanter, taquiner.
Elle se joue avec un plectre et se décline en plusieurs tailles. La plus courante, la prima, comporte trois cordes, deux accordées en mi et la troisième en la. Elle est souvent associée aux orchestres de balalaïkas.

Record writer
Adeline Montintin, 2013 (CDD Culture)
Last modification
Oct. 10, 2013, 12:11 p.m.
Items finished
A faire (6 items)
Conservation site
BNF

Technical data

Collection size
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Number of components (medium / piece)
3
Number of items
6
Archive format
Disque 78 t, Ø 25 cm

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Items

Title Digitized Recordist Location Year of recording Code
Kolomyika (Gutsul) Disque01_FaceA_01 Ukraine CNRSMH_E_1952_005_005_001_01
Kozachok Disque01_FaceB_02 Ukraine CNRSMH_E_1952_005_005_001_02
Huculka (Dance) Disque02_FaceA_01 Ukraine CNRSMH_E_1952_005_005_002_01
Country Dances Disque02_FaceB_02 Ukraine CNRSMH_E_1952_005_005_002_02
Wedding Melodies Disque03_FaceA_01 Ukraine CNRSMH_E_1952_005_005_003_01
Hutsulka and Kozachok (Dances) Disque03_FaceB_02 Ukraine CNRSMH_E_1952_005_005_003_02