OT: slightly OT: language ID's?
|From:||Yoon Ha Lee <yl112@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, May 3, 2001, 2:14|
I picked up a couple tapes in a series called Global Celebrations,
because I thought it'd be neat to get samples of music from around the
world and they were going for $3 (U.S.) each...but I can't *identify* the
languages or world-regions/nations/cultures from whence the songs came.
Help, anyone? Even general indications of location would be neat.
"Dances of Kwenyii," Wapa tribe (music-group name? "Actual" tribe? who
knows?), from Chants Kanaks: Cérémonies et Berceuses
Ceremonies Against the Night of the Devil, Bachir Attar
Celiesti, braliti (the a and i have macrons? over them in the 2nd word),
Skandinieki, Folkloras Draugu Kopa
Yeye, Mongo Santamaria, written by Francisco Aquabella, from Yambu
Shani, Zuhurah Swaleh with Maulidi Musical Party, from Jino La Pembe
Hähkämine (a-umlauts?), Leiko, from Setu Songs, recorded in Värska
Awungilobolele, Udokotela Shange Namajaha, from the Indestructible Beat
Vidonge, Virunga, from Feet on Fire
Omwana Wa Mberi Nesiekhoira, Abana Ba Nasery, from !Nursery Boys Go Ahead!
Seelinnikoi, Värttinä (more a-umlauts), from Seleniko
Famadihana, Tarika Sammy from Fanafody
Arape, Temaeva, from Chants & Rythmes du Pacifique Sud (mais *ou`* dans
le Pacifique Sud?)
Seif El Battar, Nass El Ghiwane
YHL, enjoying everything except the