Music of Morocco : from the Library of Congress
- recorded by Paul Bowles, 1959.
- Arabic, Berber (Other), Hebrew. Performed variously in Arabic, various Berber dialects, or Hebrew.
- digital; optical.1.4 m/s.
- udio file; CD audio.
- [Atlanta, Georgia] : Dust to Digital, 2016.
- Physical description
- 4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 volume (120 pages : illustrations ; 14 x 20 cm)
At the library
Library has: Disc 1-
4 + 1 booklet
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- Accompanying booklet: Paul Bowles : Moroccan recordings notes / by Lee Ranaldo
- Music of Morocco : the Paul Bowles Collection / by Philip D. Schuyler
- Typographical note
- Music of Morocco / Paul Bowles
- Disc 1 : Highlands : The Berbers
- Disc 2 : Highlands : The Berbers
- Disc 3 : Lowlands : Influent strains
- Disc 4 : Lowlands : Influent strains
- Recordings cited
- A select bibliography and filmography.
- CD contents. Disc 1. Highlands : The Berbers. Ahmeilou (played by Maallem Ahmed and ensemble, recorded in Tafraout)
- El baz ouichen : song for male voice (sung and played by Rais Ahmed ben Bakrim, in Tiznit)
- Third sqel (sung and played by Moqaddem Mohammed ben Salem and ensemble, in Zagora)
- Second aqlal (sung and played the Moqaddem Mohammed ben Salem and ensemble, in Zagora)
- Ouakha dial kheir : women's chorus (sung and played by Chikh Ayyad ou Haddou and ensemble, in Tahala)
- Aili ya mali : mixed chorus (sung and played by Chikh Ayyad ou Haddow and ensemble, in Tahala)
- Aouache : men's chorus (sung and played by Maallem Ahmed and ensemble, in Tafraout).
- CD contents. Disc 2. Highland : The Berbers. Aouada trio (played by Rais Mahamad ben Mohammed and ensemble, in Tamanar)
- Chorus and dance (sung and played by Rais Mahamad ben Mohammed and ensemble, in Tamanar)
- Reh dial beni bouhiya : qsbah solo (played by Chikh Hamed bel Hadj Hamadi ben Allal and ensemble, in Segangan
- Sounds of general rejoicing, Ait Ourir
- Albazaoua : women's chorus (sung and played by Maallem Ahmed Gacha and ensemble, in Ait Ourir)
- Mouwal and izlan (sung by Chikha Fatoma bent Kaddour, in Ain Diab)
- Qim rhori (sung adn played by Cheikha Haddouj bent Fatma Rohou and ensemble, in Khenifra)
- Qsida dial malik (sung and played by Mohammed bel Hassan and ensemble, in Ait Mohammed).
- CD contents. Disc 3. Lowlands : Influent strains. Ounalou biha rajao : male solo with women's chorus (sung and played by El Ferqa dial Guedra (Bechara), in Goulimine)
- Aiyowa d'Moulay Abdeslam : rhaita solo (played by Maalem Abdeslam Sarsi el Mahet, in Arcila)
- Rhaitas and tbola (played by Sadiq ben Mohammed Laghzaoui Morsan and ensemble, in Einzoren)
- Mellaliya : song for male voice (sung and played by Embarek ben Mohammed, in Marrakech)
- Taqtoqa jabaliya (sung and played by Maalem Mohammed Rhiata and ensemble, from region of Taounate, recorded in Fez)
- Gnaoua chorus (sung and played by an unidentified ensemble, in Essaouira)
- Gnaoui solo song (sung and played by Si Mohammed Bel Hassan Soudani, in Marrakech)
- Fulani iresa (sung and played by Si Mohammed Bel Hassan Soudani, in Marrakech)
- Hadouk khail (sung and played by Maallem Taieb ben Mbarek and chikhats, in Marrakech).
- CD contents. Disc 4. Lowlands : Influent strains. Y souki hakim : secular Sephardic song (sung by Hazan Isaac Ouanounou and members of the Hevrat Gezekel, in Meknes)
- Chalom lakha chèbii = Peace on the seventh day (Hazan Semtob Knafo and Amram Castiel, Hevrat David Hamelekh, Essaouira)
- Qsida midh (sung and played by Maalem el Hocein and ensemble, in Meknes)
- El hgaz el Mcharqi : Andaluz chorus (played by Abdelkrim Rais and ensemble, in Fez)
- Andaluz music of Ouezzane (members of the family of the Chorfa of Ouezzane, in Ouezzane)
- El fjer : early morning calls to prayer, recorded in Tangier.
- Field recordings made in Morocco by Paul Bowles under the auspices of the Library of Congress.
- Supplemental links
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- Release date
- Production date
- Title from container.
- Booklet contains both the original liner notes by Paul Bowles as well as later commentary for the current release.
- Includes download code on card in book.
- Compact disc.
- Various Moroccan performers.
- Recorded in Morocco, 1959 August 8-December 14.
- Publisher Number
- DTD-46 Dust to Digital
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