Various - Amhara Wedding Songs of Ethiopia mp3 album
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In the summer of 1972, Lin Lerner and Chet A. Wollner traveled throughout southwestern Ethiopia, recording the songs, chants, and dances of the various people they met. Folk Music and Ceremonies of Ethiopia documents their journey, exploring the music of Ethiopian ritual with analyses of performance practice, summaries of the stories told through song lyrics, and historical backgrounds which imbue each work with tremendous cultural significance for both individual performers and entire communities. The liner notes also include original transcriptions of song melodies with photos of performers.
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The Rough Guide to the Music of Ethiopia (2012 album). The Rough Guide to the Music of Ethiopia is a world music compilation album originally released in 2012. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the release contains two discs: an overview of the music of Ethiopia-focusing mainly on 21st century pop-is found on Disc One, while Disc Two features dub-style musician Invisible System.
But whether or not you're having a professional DJ, or a self-selected shuffle, we've compiled a massive list of wedding songs to help you pick music for every key moment of your wedding. From modern to religious to booty shakin'. Back when I got married, in the distant past of 2009, if you were picking the best wedding songs for your reception, you were probably also wrangling an iPod and wondering if you were going to be able to make a bumpin’ reception happen without a high-priced DJ. Thank goodness, in the intervening handful of years, we’ve ditched iPods, moved to iPhones, and some pretty awesome DJ apps have been launched, making putting together your wedding playlist the maybe the most fun item on your wedding to-do list.
|A4||Yihe New Wey Mizesh|
|A6||Ahun Demkesh Abedaye|
|B1||Kulun Man Kwaleshi|
- Arranged By – Getachew Degefu
- Voice – Lemma Gebre Hiwot, Selamawit Gebre Selassie, Zenebech Tesfaye
NotesAmhara wedding songs, recorded in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, 1973.
|PH 163, LPH 163||Various||Ethiopian Wedding Songs (LP, Album)||Philips, Philips||PH 163, LPH 163||Ethiopia||1973|
|Domino Sound 037||Various||Wedding Songs (Cass)||Domino Sound||Domino Sound 037||US||2012|