Various - The Music Of Africa Series - Musical Instruments 4. Flutes And Horns download mp3 album
The traditional music of Africa, given the vastness of the continent, is historically ancient, rich and diverse, with different regions and nations of Africa having many distinct musical traditions. Music in Africa is very important when it comes to religion. Songs and music are used in rituals and religious ceremonies, to pass down stories from generation to generation, as well as to sing and dance to.
Musical instruments in Africa are not only used for making music, they are also used to communicate to both man and spirit, translating and emitting daily experiences and events. They serve a variety of roles: some may be confined to religious or ceremonial occasions, others are used in a more secular fashion for entertainment. There may be restrictions to the age, gender or social status of the player. Historical influences and migratory movement of peoples have defined both the style of music and the type of instruments played in the various regions. Most notable is the influence of Islamic and Arabic musical traditions into the northern and western African countries.
Traditional musical instruments. Accordion: bellows strap, treble register, treble keyboard, key, grille, bellows, button, bass keyboard, bass register. Bagpipes: drope pipe, blow pipe, stock, windbag, chanter Balalaika: triagular body. More words for people involved in music: alto a female singer with a low voice bass a male singer with a low voice choir or chorus director someone who directs a group of singers conductor someone who directs a band or an orchestra singer a person who makes music with his or her voice soprano a female singer with a high voice tenor.
The Music Of Africa Series: Musical Instruments 6. Guitars 1 (LP, Comp). The Music Of Africa Series: Musical Instruments 6.
Arranged by Daniel Kelley. Music for Four series. This series is designed to be used by four like instruments. Each volume includes eight titles and comes with a set of 4 parts and score.
Musical instruments for flute. Instruments : Instruments.
When it comes to musical instruments, the African continent is well-known for its vast instruments. The talking drum is probably the most known drum from Africa. It is mostly found in West Africa in countries such as Nigeria, Mali, Ghana, Togo and Benin. It is an hour-shaped drum that is usually placed under the arm. To vary the pitch or sound, the player presses or squeezes the narrow edge. The Balafon resembles the xylophone or African Marimba. It is a percussion instrument normally found in Ivory Coast, Ghana, Mali, and Burkina Faso.
Instruments have appeared in musical performance dating back about 37,000 years. Learn about the evolution of a variety of musical instruments over time. Music is a form of art, which derives from the Greek word meaning "art of the Muses. In ancient Greece, the Muses were the goddesses who inspired the arts, such as literature, music, and poetry. Music has been performed since the dawn of human time with instruments and through vocal song. While it is not certain how or when the first musical instrument was invented, most historians point to early flutes made from animal bones that are at least 37,000 years old.
|Tswana / Lete|
|Godumaduma Gwa Mosadi||2:25|
|Chansi Cha Nzige||2:45|
|Sena / Tonga|
|Ai-ye! Nzara Yakabora ("Ai-ye! Famine Has Come")||3:05|
|Bwomera Envu ("When Your Hair Turns Grey, You Are Getting Old")||1:25|
|Luba / Songe|
|Custodo A Mabile||2:35|
|Nyanja / Chewa|
|Nyoro / Haya|
|Mulimo Omutanda ("The Owner Of The House")||1:17|
|Luba / Bakwanga|
|KMA 4||Various||The Music Of Africa Series - Musical Instruments 4. Flutes And Horns (LP)||Kaleidophone||KMA 4||US||1972|
|GALP 1325||Various||The Music Of Africa Series No.30 - Musical Instruments 4. Flutes & Horns (LP, Album)||Gallotone||GALP 1325||Rhodesia||1965|
|KMA 4||Various||The Music Of Africa Series - Musical Instruments 4. Flutes And Horns (Cass)||Kaleidophone||KMA 4||US||1972|