Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Madagascar - Valiha - Recorded 1963-4 by Charles Duvelle




Madagascar - Valiha
Recorded 1963-64 by Charles Duvelle
with support from Michel Razakandraina
Ocora - OCR-18 - P.1965




Side A


A01 Musique Merina - Talakimaso 2'13
A02 Musique Merina - Antanambao 2'24
A03 Musique Merina - Ambohimandroso 2'44
A04 Musique Saklava - Analava 2'47
A05 Musique Saklava - Nossi-Bé 2'58
A06 Musique Bara - Sakaraha 2'48
A07 Musique Antanosy - Fort Dauphin 2'25
A08 Musique Betsimisaraka - Tamatave 5'07


Side B


B01 Samy faly - par Rakotozafy 3'17
B02 Hitako ianao anito - par Rakotozafy 2'36
B03 Diavolana - par Sylvestre Randafison 2'43
B04 Marofotsy - par Sylvestre Randafison 2'50
B05 Mokatejy - par Sylvestre Randafison 2'12
B06 Ny fitiavako anao - par Maurice Halison 2'10
B07 Ombimanga voatora-defona - par Maurice Halison 3'11
B08 Kalo takariva - par Maurice Halison 1'27
B09 Ny afindrafindrao tsy azo avela - par Maurice Halison 2'50







Tombeau mahafaly

Valiha tubulaire en bamboo à 16 cordes metalliques 
(Track A1)

Valiha tubulaire en bamboo à 18 cordes metalliques
(Track A2)

Valiha tubulaire en bois à 18 cordes metalliques
(Track A4)

Valihas tubulaire en bamboo à 16 cordes metalliques hochet faray
(Track A5)

Valiha tubulaire pose sur résonateur lokanga hochet
(Track A6)

Valiha tubulaire pose sur résonateur lokanga hochet
(Track A7)

Tubular valiha, detail
(Track A7)

Sylvestre Randafisson
(Tracks B3-B5)

Valiha sur caisse en bois à 18 cordes metalliques
(Track A8)

Valihas tubulaires en bamboo
(Track B6)

Valiha chromatique par Maurice-Halison
(Track B8)





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4 comments:

Janas said...

Thanks again Bolingo!

Cat Stevens said...

BEST OCORA RELEASE EVER.

Bolingo, just wanted to chime in and let you know that I've been enjoying your posts for some time now. The quality of the vinyl and digitization is excellent. Especially enjoying these South-East Asian Musicaphons posted of late--I can't get enough!

All The Best

Victor said...

Another one that came as a surprise to me in how different and sophisticated the music was.

Muchly enjoyed!

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