Sunday, 29 November 2020
Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Recorded archives of SR Radio Sweden
Monday, 23 November 2020
Sunday, 22 November 2020
1. Medicine rite. Wind players accompanying the kantule [medicine man/chief] blowing smoke on the patient.
2. Eagle bone flute. Played by the kantule.
3-4. Puberty rite. Bamboo flutes with mouthpieces made of wing quill, played in pairs.
5-6. Puberty rite.
7. Song dialogue with maracas. The respondent can be heard faintly in the background.
8. Song dialogue between a man and a woman.
9. Deer bone flute.
10. Dopa festival. At the beginning, the sound of the grinding of the burnt piece of liana (Banisteria Caapi) into a vision-inducing snuff is being heard.
11-12. Children’s songs, the latter sung during a thunderstorm.
13. Musical bow. The sound is very low and can only be heard from a few meters away.
14. Song sung by the family one night inside the hut.
15. Axe flute (atúnsa), a long and thick bamboo flute with mouthpiece made of wing quill, fastened with a large, axe-shaped lump of wax. Played at corn harvest.
16-17. From a funeral party. Songs accompanied by stomping, battle games and flute music.
18. Blind musician in Bogotá playing a drum, maracas and pan pipes. The music is a remnant of the 16th century Muisca culture.
19. Deer dance. Deer head flute and an instrument made of turtle shell.
20. Wooden flute.
21. Music at harvest festival. Nocturnal dance. Two 160 cm bamboo flutes are blown in pairs at the entrance of the maloka [communal house]. In the background the sound of the Vaupés river is heard.
22. Wooden flute and maracas.
Saturday, 21 November 2020
Traditions and traditional music and dances from Rotorua (NZ)
Thursday, 19 November 2020
Gunnart Hahn's Folklore Ensemble
Tuesday, 17 November 2020