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MUSIC OF HAITI
Folk Music of Haiti
Released by Folkways. || |
VOLUME 1: Folk Music of Haiti
released in 1952.
is an early recording of many styles of music found in Haiti.
this recording we can hear examples from the Arada-Nago or Congo-Guinee
cult, work songs, an invocation to the loa and ezilie, social songs,
music for the deceased, spirit conversations, and carnival music as
well as other examples of religious and secular music.
Re-released by Folkways in small 'to-order' quantities, these
not have cover art but do include copies of orginal notes.
are very rare CDs and are not sold in stores. We special
these from folkways and have them in stock for instant shipment!
tracks with notes to hear streaming samples
Pied'M: Ibo Dance Song (Morgina Lavache, with Chorus, Drums)
||M'Pas Bwe M'Pas Mange: Work Song (Libera
Borderau and Ti Yogan, with Mortar Sounds)
||Ogoun Balindjo: Invocation (LaFrance
Wedo: Invocation (LaFrance Belvue) |
Li Fai Ca, La: Ibo Dance Song (Lena Hibbert, with Chorus, Drums)
||Moundongue Oh Ye Ye Ye: Moundongue Dance
Song (LaFrance Belvue, with Chorus, Drums)
Loin Loin: Secular Song (Dimervil Servers)
||Alexis Nord: Political Song (Dimervil
||Ou Pas We'm Innocent: Secular Song
(Aleanne Francois) |
||Mainin'm Alle: Congo Dance Song (Ti Yogan
and Morgina Lavache, with Drums) |
Yo, Cote Yo: Mais Dance Song (Libera Borderau, with Bamboo Stampers and
|12||Crapeau Tingele: Play Song (Libera
Borderau and Ti Yogan)|
|13||Balance Ya Ya: Play Song (Edgar Derosier)|
|14||Trois Fe: Social Criticism (Christophe
Oxilas, with Mosquito Drum)|
|15||Spirit Conversation (Cult Priest at
Brise: Quitta Dance Song (LaFrance Belvue, with Chorus, Drums)|
Carnival Song (Male Voices with Marimba)|
|18||Paulette: Romantic Song (Sigbrien Bellis
and Veneise Macelise, with Guitar, Marimba)|