Schlagwort-Archive: The Well Tempered Clavier

Music from all over the World – Out of Space – my 500th jubilee blogpost on xworldmusic


This will be my 500 th blog post on www.xworldmusic.wordpress.com. I started to blog there , with the kind permission of Xandi , last year in may . Til this day i´ve posted nearly every day one or more music examples of worldmusic. And i decided , the 500th must be  one with a topic and i found yesterday on Cordulas Site this article  about Voyager One , a satellite which left in these days our solar system.

The Voyager 1 spacecraft is a 722 kg (1,590 lb) space probe launched by NASA on September 5, 1977 to study the outer Solar System and interstellar medium.Each Voyager space probe carries a gold-plated audio-visual disc in the event that either spacecraft is ever found by intelligent life-forms from other planetary systems. The discs carry photos of the Earth and its lifeforms, a range of scientific information, spoken greetings from people (e.g. the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the President of the United States) and a medley, “Sounds of Earth”, that includes the sounds of whales, a baby crying, waves breaking on a shore, and a collection of Earth music, including works by Mozart, Blind Willie Johnson, and Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode”. (from Wikipedia article ) 

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I decided to post the track list of this record , because i believe it´s a good part of our human musical creativity  and the examples are coming from all over the world , from different countries , cultures , languages and genres – and at least we should know ,what kind of music material we ´d like to offer to  the aliens , don´t we ??

I’m gone sent into outer space – to find another race

I’ll take your brain to another dimension

Pay close attention (lyrics from “Out of Space ” from the Prodigy , not included on the golden record but a title which fits perfect to this topic )

#1 -Greetings from the Secretary General UN Kurt Waldheim

#2 – Greetings in 55 languages

#3 -UN Greetings – Whale Greetings

#4 – The Sounds of Earth

#5 – Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F, First Movement , Johan Sebastian Bach

#6 – Kinds of Flowers – Java Court Gamelan

#7 - Tchenhoukoumen Senegal Percussion

#8 - Pygmy Girls Initiation Song Zaire

#9 - Morning Star and Devil Bird Aborigine song

#10 – El cascabel performed by Lorenzo Barcelata

#11 – Johnny B. Goode – Chuck Berry

#12 – Men´s House Song – Papua New Guinea

#13 – Cranes in their nest – performed by Coro Yamaguchi

#14 – Gavotte en Rondeau – J.S.bach

#15 – the magic flute -queen of the night aria no.14 -Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

#16 – tchakrulo – Georgian Chorus

#17 – Panpipes and Drum Song – Peru

#18 – louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven – Melancholy Blues

#19 – Radio Moscow – Azerbaijan Bag Pipes , Ugam

#20 – Rite of Spring – Sacificial Dance – Igor Stravinsky

#21 – The Well Tempered Clavier , book 2, no.1 – Johann Sebastian Bach

#22 – Symphony no.5 , first movement – Ludwig Van Beethoven

#23 – Izlel Je Delyo Hagdutin – Bulgaria – sung by Valya Balkanska

#24 – Navajo Night Chant

#25 - Fairie Round, from Paueans, Gaillards, Almains, and Other

#26 – Melanesian Panpipes – Solomon Islands

#27 – Wedding Song – Kohn Cohen – Peru

#28 – Flowering Streams – China – by Kuan P´ing hu

#29 – Jaat Kahan Ho – India – Surshri Kesar Bai kerkar

#30 – Dark was the Night – Blind Willie Johnson

#31 – String Quartet No. 13 , in B Flat , opus 130, Cavatina

Playlist in German – Die Liste der Titel in deutsch und mit Länderangabe

Classic

Johann Sebastian Bach: Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr. 2, 1. Satz; Münchner Bachorchester, Leitung: Karl Richter
J. S. Bach: Gavotte en rondeaux aus der Partita Nr. 3 in E-Dur für Violine solo; Arthur Grumiaux
J. S. Bach: Präludium und Fuge C-Dur aus dem zweiten Teil des Wohltemperierten Klaviers; Glenn Gould
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphonie Nr. 5, 1. Satz; Philharmonia Orchestra, London, Leitung: Otto Klemperer
Ludwig van Beethoven: Streichquartett in B-Dur, Op. 130, Cavatina; Budapest String Quartet
Anthony Holborne: Pavans, Galliards, Almains and Other Short Airs; The Fairie Round; David Munrow and the Early Music Consort of London
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Arie der Königin der Nacht Nr. 14 aus Die Zauberflöte; Edda Moser (Sopran), Orchester der Bayerischen Staatsoper; Leitung: Wolfgang Sawallisch
Igor Strawinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps – Opfertanz der Auserwählten; Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Leitung: Igor Strawinsky

Rock Blues

Chuck Berry: Johnny B. Goode
Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven: Melancholy Blues
Blind Willie Johnson: Dark Was the Night

Folklore

Aserbajdschan: Musik für Dudelsäcke
Australien: Zwei Songs der Aborigines: Morning Star und Devil Bird
Bulgarien: Das Lied Izlel je Delyo Hagdutin, gesungen von Valya Balkanska
China: Fließende Ströme, gespielt von Kuan P’ing-hu
Georgien: Chormusik Tchakrulo
Indien: Der Raga Jaat Kahan Ho, gesungen von Surshri Kesar Bai Kerkar
Japan: Shakuhachi-Flöte, Tsuru No Sugomori (»Kranichnest«), gespielt von Goro Yamaguchi
Java: Königliche Gamelan-Hofmusik: Kinds of Flowers
Kongo: Initiations-Lied der Pygmäen-Mädchen
Mexico: El Cascabel, gespielt von Lorenzo Barcelata and the Mariachi México
Navajo-Indianer: Nachtgesang
Neuguinea: Männerlied
Peru: Musik für Panflöten und Trommel
Peru: Hochzeitslied
Senegal: Percussion
Salomon-Inseln: Musik für Panflöten

 

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