Collection : Folk music of Rumania

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Title
Folk music of Rumania
Depositor / contributor
Cehan, Bernard
Document status
Published
Recording context
Terrain
Recording period
Year published
1951
Access type
metadata

Geographic and cultural informations

States / nations
Roumanie
Populations / social groups

Legal notices

Recordist
Bartók, Béla
Publisher
Folkways Records (1948-1987), New York, USA
Booklet author
Cehan, Bernard et Cowell, Henry
Publisher reference
FE-4419
Legal rights
Restreint (enregistrement édité)

Archiving data

Code
CNRSMH_E_1965_001_003
Old code
DI.1965.001.003
Mode of acquisition
Achat (crédit CNRS)
Record author
A Voir (V/10)
Related documentation
4P. ANGL/; PHOTOS; DOC.
Secondary edition
Non
Comments
This collection of Romanian folk music showcases two of the country’s most popular musical forms. Considered as belonging to everybody, the doina is “..a song of love, a pantheistic poem, a fighting song, or an outcry against injustice or the foreign ruler.” The hora, which is said to be known by more than 1546 names, is an ageless and genderless circle dance that can be found throughout Romania. Liner notes include photography by Béla Bartók.
Year of Recording 1951
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
Credits Produced by Harold Courlander ; Recorded by Béla Bartók
Record writer
Monique Desprez
Last modification
Nov. 7, 2013, 1:21 p.m.
Items finished
A faire
Conservation site
a préciser

Technical data

Estimated duration
00:40:00
Collection size
0 bytes
Number of components (medium / piece)
15
Number of items
1
Archive format
Disque 33 t (3M) ; Ø 30 cm

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Items

Title Digitized Recordist Location Year of recording Code
Folk music of Rumania A01 Roumanie DI.1965.001.003A01