» » Simone Dreyfus-Roche - Musique Indienne Du Brésil - Brésil Vol. 1
Simone Dreyfus-Roche - Musique Indienne Du Brésil - Brésil Vol. 1 flac album

Simone Dreyfus-Roche - Musique Indienne Du Brésil - Brésil Vol. 1 flac album

MP3 1562 mb. | FLAC 1999 mb. | WMA 1501 mb.

Performer: Simone Dreyfus-Roche
Title: Musique Indienne Du Brésil - Brésil Vol. 1
Country: France
Style: Folk
Category: Folk, Country
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: AA DMF RA DTS VOC MIDI MMF

Musique Indienne Du Brésil, Indian Music Of Brazil. Performer – Kwikuru. Simone Dreyfus-Roche. Musique Indienne Du Brésil - Brésil Vol. 1 ‎(LP, Album).

Chants De Pêcheurs Pour Le Halage Du Filet 8. Musique De Candomblé - Culte De Shango. B1. Chant De Shango 1. B2.

Musique Vol. 1 1993–2005 is an anthology by Daft Punk released in Japan on 29 March 2006, in the United Kingdom on 3 April 2006, and in the United States on 4 April 2006.

Album · 2006 · 10 Songs. 1-3 - Vol. 1 Simone Dinnerstein. Listen on Apple Music.

Roche Musique est un label de musique français indépendant. French Label Party Maker The French Wave.

Stream on this site : open. Iw06zBcn8Iw1 Stream on Deezer : ww. eezer. Finally ! The first compilation of the Parisian label is out ! No less than 10 tracks on this release, with 6 exclusive tunes including collaborations between Darius & FKJ, Cezaire & Dabeull, Crayon & Jordan Lee, but also classics from the well known Kartell and Zimmer. Wave is more than a compilation, it’s also a story, a party !

La Musique Fantastique: The Album, Vol. 1. By Various Artists. Dance for Me - The Sunchasers. Listen to La Musique Fantastique: The Album, Vol. 1 now. 1 in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Enhanced Chill Vol. 2. 5, 112. Various. Месяц релиза - любой - January February March April May June July August September October November December.

However, the amazing tracks under Roche Musique was something that really pulled me through everything. I love their music, it just grew on me. Some people may not appreciate what they produce, but that’s alright, i fee that Roche isn’t out to please everyone. They’re good to roll with those who love their music. Recently, Dune, Darius and Kartell played at Kilo Lounge in Singapore - my year could in no way end on a higher note than this.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Musique Indienne Du Brésil / Indian Music Of Brazil
A1 Anduvé
Performer [Dance] – Kwikuru
A2 Flutes De Pan / Pan Pipes
Panpipes – Camayura, Yaulapiti*
A3 Awaràu / Awarau
Performer [Dance] – Yaulapiti*
A4 Flûtes-à-bloc / Plug Flutes
Flute [Plug Flutes Dance] – Yaulapiti*
A5 Kwahahalu
Vocals [Masked Singing] – Yaulapiti*
A6 Ihaha
Chorus [Women's] – Yaulapiti*
B1 Chant Des Mekrakaroré / Song Of The Mekrakaroré
Vocals – Cayapo*
B2 Danse De Mekrakaroré / Dance Of The Mekrakaroré
Performer [Dance] – Cayapo*
B3 Kurukango
Performer [Dance In A Circle And In Single File] – Cayapo*
B4 Kozi-Kozi
Performer [Dance Of The Monkeys] – Yaulapiti*
B5 Kurukango
Performer [Dance In A Circle And In Single File] – Cayapo*
B6 Fête Des Morts / Feast Of The Dead
Performer – Caingang*
B7 Fête Des Morts / Feast Of The Dead
Performer – Caingang*

Credits

  • Design [Maquette] – Janine Maurel
  • Directed By [Collection Musée De L'homme Published Under The Direction Of] – G. Rouget*
  • Recorded By, Liner Notes, Photography – Simone Dreyfus

Notes

Side A is devoted to the music of the Indians who live along the Upper Xingu, an important right-bank tributary of the Amazon. The Xingu is formed by the junction of five major rivers whose network constitutes a triangular basin situated to the north of the Mato Grosso highlands, bordering upon the great Amazonian forest. Today this vast region is inhabited by no more than a few hundered Indians belonging to the Tupi, Arawak and Carib linguistic stock and to an isolated group, the Trumaï. In spite of enduring linguistic differencies, cultural unity has been achieved among the "Xinguanos" as appears in body decoration and ornamentation, in the techniques, in the musical instruments and in certain institutions.
The recordings collected among the Cayapo and the Caingang have been grouped on side B; on track 4, we added a recording made among the Yaulapiti of the Upper Xingu. The Cayapo belong to the Ge linguistic stock to which the Caingang are also distantly related. Today the whole of Central Brazil lies between them. The Cayapo, still living as semi-nomads, roam the savannas of the Middle Xingu, while the Caingang have settled on reservations established by S.P.I. in the southern states of Sao Paulo, Parana and Santa Catarina.

First pressing. Cover in black and white with red and white lettering. Comes with insert.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LVLX 194 Simone Dreyfus Musique Indienne Du Brésil ‎(LP, Album) Disques Vogue LVLX 194 France 1968
LDM 30112 Simone Dreyfus Musique Indienne Du Brésil ‎(LP, Album, RP) Disques Vogue LDM 30112 France 1972
K18C 5181, K18C-5181 Various Musique Indienne du Brésil = ブラジル・インディオの調べ ‎(LP, Mono) Vogue, Vogue K18C 5181, K18C-5181 Japan 1984