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The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. / Middle East & Africa. II

Author: Katsumori IchikawaKunihiko NakagawaNihon Bikutā Kabushiki Kaisha.Kokuritsu Minzokugaku Hakubutsukan.Smithsonian/Folkways Recordings.All authors
Publisher: Tokyo : JVC, Victor Co. of Japan [production Co. ; Berlin, Vt.] : Distributed by Multicultural Media, [2005]
Series: JVC video anthology of world music and dance, v. 17.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Multiple languages
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Presents examples of music and dance from Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Mali, Cameroon, Zaire and Tanzania, documented by text.
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Katsumori Ichikawa; Kunihiko Nakagawa; Nihon Bikutā Kabushiki Kaisha.; Kokuritsu Minzokugaku Hakubutsukan.; Smithsonian/Folkways Recordings.; Multicultural Media (Firm : Barre, Vt.)
OCLC Number: 68110223
Notes: Previously released on videocassette in 1988.
Produced in collaboration with the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) and Smithsonian/Folkways Records.
"VTMV-47" on container, "JVCVOL17" on disc surface.
Booklet has subtitle: Book V: The Middle East & Africa. Intended to be used with videos for Middle East & Africa I-IV.
Booklet includes ethnomusicological notes, lyrics, glossary, and bibliographical references in English.
Description: 1 videodisc (56 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (vi, 136 p. : map ; 19 cm.)
Details: DVD.
Contents: Egypt. Egyptian popular song: "Ana gambak ya kol Iraqi" (2:02) --
Tunisia. Bedouin dance (2:39) --
Ma'luf (classical music) (3:42) --
Morocco. Berber dance (4:18) --
Nawba (classical music selection) (1:37) --
Saharan dance: "Iwana" (2:57) --
Berber street musicians (0:53) --
Imdyazn (minstrel) (1:58) --
Street artists of Marrakech (2:15) --
Mali. The Dogon: Masked dance of the Dogon (2:20) --
Cameroon. The Fulbe: Song praising King Iisa (3:30) --
Sanza (finger piano performance) (2:01) --
Balafon (xylophone performance) (3:01) --
Dummbo (calabash instrument performance) (1:54) --
Buusaw (animal horn flute performance) (2:12) --
Garayya (bowed instrument performance) (2:12) --
Minstrel poet of Maroua (3:40) --
Minstrel poet of Dargala (2:52) --
Cowherd's song of Bogo town (2:21) --
Drum performance of Guirvidik town (3:51) --
Zaire. The Mbuti: Dance of the Bambuti (1:20) --
Tanzania. The Masai: Dance of the Masai (1:40).
Series Title: JVC video anthology of world music and dance, v. 17.
Other Titles: Middle East & North Africa II : Egypt/Tunisia/Morocco/Mali/Cameroon/Zaire/Tanzania
Middle East & Africa II : Egypt/Tunisia/Morocco/Mali/Cameroon/Zaire/Tanzania
Video anthology of world music and dance
Responsibility: producer, Ichikawa Katsumori ; director, Nakagawa Kunihiko.

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Presents examples of music and dance from Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Mali, Cameroon, Zaire and Tanzania, documented by text.

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