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03.10.2023

Radio Is A Foreign Country 025 – AMAZONIA

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Radio Is A Foreign Country 025 – AMAZONIA

Night Music of the Amazonian Lowlands – RIAFC 025

Catfish trumpets, chainsaws, bullroarers, haunting flute ensembles and voice distorters from the Río Negro, Orinoco, and Upper Xingu; Yanomami shamans snorting hallucinogenic snuff, shrieking and growling, sneezing and spitting, hocking up phlegm (lots of phlegm), and mumbling secret spirit languages into the night; a lush 1980s Italian experimental collage of Amazonian field recordings & electronic sounds, and more.

PLAYLIST


  1. Kulirrina Trumpets, Wakuenai. Recorded by Jonathan Hill at Gavilán, Río Guainía, Venezuela [The Archive of Indigenous Languages of Latin America, University of Texas at Austin, 1981]. 

  2. Double Duet of Yapurutú and Tsikota Flutes. Recorded by Jonathan Hill at Gavilán, Río Guainía, Venezuela [The Archive of Indigenous Languages of Latin America, University of Texas at Austin, 1981]. 

  3. Ritual & Seasonal Initiation Night Music, #4, #1, and #3. L’Expedition Orenoque Amazone, 1948-1950. Recorded by Pierre Gaisseau [Musée de l’Homme, 1953].

  4. The Bark Horns of the Piaroa (Caña Fruta, Upper Orinoco). World Library of Folk and Primitive Music, Vol.9: Venezuelan Folk and Aboriginal Music. Recorded by Pierre Gaisseau [Columbia, 1954].
    1. Deforestation, Amazonian Loggers. Amazonie: Contes Sonores [Archives Internationals de Musique Populaire, Musée d’Ethnographie de Geneve, and Disques VDE-GALLO, 2016].
Agua (Outro Xingu) & Flautas (Upper Xingu, Mato Grosso, Brazil), Povo Mehinako [Collection Petites Planètes, 2017].

  5. Aije: The Sound of the Bull Roarers. Brazil: Bororo World of Sound. Recorded by Ricardo Canzio [Folkways, 1989].

  6. Urua, Kamayura (Upper Xingu, Mato Grosso, Brazil). Indiens et Animaux Sauvages d’Amérique du Sud. Recorded by Richard Chapelle, 1963-1975 [Unidisc, 1977].

  7. Yakwa: The Banquet of Spirits (excerpt). Directed by Virgínia Valadão. [Centro de Trabalho Indigenista, 1995].
  8. Ambience du Yaunkwá, Ronde, Ronde Instrumentale & Dialogue of the Voice Distorters, the Enauené-Naué. Brésil: Enauené-Naué et Nhambiquara du Ma [Archives Internationales de Musique Populaire, Musée d’Ethnographie de Geneve, and Disques VDE-GALLO 1994].

  9. Ritual Flutes of the Kitaunhlú I, the Nhambiquara. Brésil: Enauené-Naué et Nhambiquara du Ma [Archives Internationales de Musique Populaire, Musée d’Ethnographie de Geneve, and Disques VDE-GALLO 1994].

  10. Social Dance Song, Female Jivaro Singer. Music of the Jivaro of Ecuador. Recorded by Michael J. Harner [Folkways Records, 1972].
    1. Distant Snail-Shell Flute. Music of the Tukano and Cuna Peoples of Colombia. Recorded by Brian Moser & Donald Tayler (Rogue Records, 1987).

  11. Children’s Songs & Musical Bow. Indianmusik Från Colombia. Recorded by Lars Persson (MNW, 1973).
  12. Caberima Nights & Tayari-Teri – Shamans Healing (#1 & #2), the Yanomami. Lost Shadows: In Defence Of The Soul (Yanomami Shamanism, Songs, Ritual). Recorded on location in southern Venezuela by David Toop. Sub Rosa. 

  13. Amazonia 6891 (excerpts), Pit Piccinelli, Fred Gales & Walter Maioli (Sound Reporters, 1986). 

  14. Pêche, mort et séduction (excerpt). Recorded by M. P. Baumann. Mixed by Nicolas Field. Amazonie: Contes Sonores [Archives Internationals de Musique Populaire, Musée d’Ethnographie de Geneve, and Disques VDE-GALLO, 2016].
  15. La chasse et la Guerre (excerpt). Recorded by M. Lewy. Mixed by Nicolas Field. Amazonie: Contes Sonores [Archives Internationals de Musique Populaire, Musée d’Ethnographie de Geneve, and Disques VDE-GALLO, 2016].

Amazonia
Catfish Trumpets
Shamanism
Electronic

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