No Artist “Bresil : Musiques du Haut Xingu”

No Artist “Bresil : Musiques du Haut Xingu”

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Bresil : Musiques du Haut Xingu
Ocora (France) 1983
558 517 (LP) coated gatefold sleeve.
sleeve : VG+(SPSE: 1.5cm peel-off on side/one collapse on bottom/1cm light tear on bottom of back. light dirts.)
media : EX/EX(some slightly surface noises.)

Released in 1983 by Ocora, one of Europe's best labels for field recordings of ethnic and local music from around the world, this album features the music of the Xingu tribe, an indigenous people living around the Xingu River, one of the major tributaries of the Amazon River, which flows through northern Brazil. The music includes two types of horns called amengon, which emit high and low notes; flutes made of wood and bamboo called takuwara, yakui, and kurutai; songs of animals and bats; and songs of initiation rituals. This is a wonderful recording full of reality.

A1: Trompes Amengon
A2: Chants Ungwo Eremlu

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