The Resource Middle East & Africa II : Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Mali, Cameroon, Zaire, Tanzania, producer, Ichikawa Katsumori ; Director, Nakagawa Kunihiko ; editor, Fujii Tomoaki ; english language version director, Yuji Ichihashi, (DVD video)

Middle East & Africa II : Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Mali, Cameroon, Zaire, Tanzania, producer, Ichikawa Katsumori ; Director, Nakagawa Kunihiko ; editor, Fujii Tomoaki ; english language version director, Yuji Ichihashi, (DVD video)

Label
Middle East & Africa II : Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Mali, Cameroon, Zaire, Tanzania
Title
Middle East & Africa II
Title remainder
Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Mali, Cameroon, Zaire, Tanzania
Statement of responsibility
producer, Ichikawa Katsumori ; Director, Nakagawa Kunihiko ; editor, Fujii Tomoaki ; english language version director, Yuji Ichihashi
Title variation
Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Mali, Cameroon, Zaire, Tanzania
Contributor
Issued With
Skfcqwt-bFM
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Music and dance of Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Mali (Dogon people), Cameroon (Fulbe), Zaire (Mbuti), and Tanzania (Masai). No. 1 recorded at the Babylon music festival in Babylon, Iraq, in October 1987. Nos. 2 to 5, 9 recorded on location and telecast by NHK/Japan in 1974. Nos. 6 to 8 recorded in Marrakech, Morocco, in May 1979. No. 10 recorded in Mali in June 1982. Nos. 11 to 13 recorded in Cameroon in December 1984. Nos. 14 to 20 recorded in Cameroon in January 1985. No. 21 recorded in Zaire in August 1983. No. 22 recorded in Tanzania and telecast by NHK/Japan in 1969
Cataloging source
NN-PD
Characteristic
videorecording
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1932-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Nakagawa, Kunihiko
  • Ichikawa, Katsumori
  • Ichihashi, Yuji
  • Fujii, Tomoaki
  • Kokuritsu Minzokugaku Hakubutsukan.
  • Nihon Bikutā Kabushiki Kaisha.
  • Smithsonian/Folkways Recordings.
Runtime
55
Series statement
JVC video anthology of world music and dance
Series volume
17
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Folk music
  • Folk dancing
  • Folk music
  • Folk dancing
  • Folk music
  • Folk dancing
  • Folk music
  • Folk dancing
  • Folk music
  • Folk dancing
  • Folk music
  • Folk dancing
Technique
live action
Label
Middle East & Africa II : Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Mali, Cameroon, Zaire, Tanzania, producer, Ichikawa Katsumori ; Director, Nakagawa Kunihiko ; editor, Fujii Tomoaki ; english language version director, Yuji Ichihashi, (DVD video)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Previously released as a videocassette in 1990
  • Video series produced by JVC (Victor Company of Japan, Ltd.), in collaboration with the National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan. Distributed by Rounder Records, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
quadrophonic multichannel or surround
Contents
Egypt. No. 17-1: Egyptian popular song: "Ana gambak ya kol Iraqi." Perf. by Taufiq Farid (lead vocalist) and others. -- Tunisia. No. 17-2: Bedouin dance. -- No. 17-3: Ma'luf [classical music]. -- Morocco. No. 17-4: Berber dance. -- No. 17-5: Nawba [classical music]: prelude to "Sunset." Perf. by the El-Fhuna ensemble. -- No. 17-6: Saharan dance: "Iwana." -- No. 17-7: Berber street musicians. -- No. 17-8: Imdyazn [minstrels]. -- No. 17-9: Street artists of Marrakech. -- Mali. The Dogon. No. 17-10: Masked dance of the Dogon. -- Cameroon. The Fulbe. No. 17-11: Praise song for King Iisa. Sanai [wind instrument], played by Iisa Gannjal. -- No. 17-12: Sansa [finger piano]. Perf. by Huseyni Timmbiri. -- No. 17-13: Balafon [xylophone]. Perf. by Jawro Njaa (lead balafon) and others. -- No. 17-14: Dummbo [calabash instrument]. Perf. by Jaalige (lead singer) and others. -- No. 17-15: Buusaw [animal horn flute]. -- No. 17-16: Garayya [bowed instrument]. Perf. by Faalama (lead singer) and others. -- No. 17-17: Minstrel poet of Maroua, performing mbooku [lyrical poems]. Perf. by Aakal. -- No. 17-18: Minstrel poet of Dargala, performing mbooku. Perf. by Basiiru. -- No. 17-19: Cowherd's song of Bogo town. Perf. by Buuba Gerdele. -- No. 17-20: Drum performance of Guirvidik town. Includes dance. -- Zaire. The Mbuti. No. 17-21: Dance of the Mbuti. -- Tanzania. The Masai. No. 17-22: Dance of the Masai
Control code
NYPY926041156-F
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Extent
DVD video (55 min.)
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other physical details
sd., col.
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System details
NTSC
Video recording format
DVD
Label
Middle East & Africa II : Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Mali, Cameroon, Zaire, Tanzania, producer, Ichikawa Katsumori ; Director, Nakagawa Kunihiko ; editor, Fujii Tomoaki ; english language version director, Yuji Ichihashi, (DVD video)
Publication
Note
  • Previously released as a videocassette in 1990
  • Video series produced by JVC (Victor Company of Japan, Ltd.), in collaboration with the National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan. Distributed by Rounder Records, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
quadrophonic multichannel or surround
Contents
Egypt. No. 17-1: Egyptian popular song: "Ana gambak ya kol Iraqi." Perf. by Taufiq Farid (lead vocalist) and others. -- Tunisia. No. 17-2: Bedouin dance. -- No. 17-3: Ma'luf [classical music]. -- Morocco. No. 17-4: Berber dance. -- No. 17-5: Nawba [classical music]: prelude to "Sunset." Perf. by the El-Fhuna ensemble. -- No. 17-6: Saharan dance: "Iwana." -- No. 17-7: Berber street musicians. -- No. 17-8: Imdyazn [minstrels]. -- No. 17-9: Street artists of Marrakech. -- Mali. The Dogon. No. 17-10: Masked dance of the Dogon. -- Cameroon. The Fulbe. No. 17-11: Praise song for King Iisa. Sanai [wind instrument], played by Iisa Gannjal. -- No. 17-12: Sansa [finger piano]. Perf. by Huseyni Timmbiri. -- No. 17-13: Balafon [xylophone]. Perf. by Jawro Njaa (lead balafon) and others. -- No. 17-14: Dummbo [calabash instrument]. Perf. by Jaalige (lead singer) and others. -- No. 17-15: Buusaw [animal horn flute]. -- No. 17-16: Garayya [bowed instrument]. Perf. by Faalama (lead singer) and others. -- No. 17-17: Minstrel poet of Maroua, performing mbooku [lyrical poems]. Perf. by Aakal. -- No. 17-18: Minstrel poet of Dargala, performing mbooku. Perf. by Basiiru. -- No. 17-19: Cowherd's song of Bogo town. Perf. by Buuba Gerdele. -- No. 17-20: Drum performance of Guirvidik town. Includes dance. -- Zaire. The Mbuti. No. 17-21: Dance of the Mbuti. -- Tanzania. The Masai. No. 17-22: Dance of the Masai
Control code
NYPY926041156-F
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Extent
DVD video (55 min.)
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other physical details
sd., col.
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System details
NTSC
Video recording format
DVD

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