The titles recorded between and reveal the timeless and lasting nature of a collective memory reaching across whole generations, a memory which, in these times of globalisation and uniformity, asserts the diversity of the heritage left to us by popular art-forms. This CD is part of a 10 volume Regret Et Marche Nuptiale - Bouscatel* featuring nearly titles chosen by Guillaume Veillet, an enthusiastic collector and a former editor of Trad Magazine, the national journal devoted to traditional music, which provide a complete ethnomusicological panorama of the musical culture of our country.
France reveals the timelessness of this collective memory, a memory reaching across Deacon Blues - Steely Dan - Aja generations which, to each and every one of us, represents a heritage constituting part of our cultural identity.
In more than recordings made between andthe set aims also to draw attention to the great diversity of expression that constitutes our popular music heritage.
And finally, here and there, with examples of traditional music arriving in the course of the 20th century, the collection devotes interest to the musical practices of more recent emigrant populations who today also constitute a part of France. It should be noted, however, 10/24/45: Chapter 10 - Bud Collyer, Mason Adams - Superman vs.
Atom Man On Radio it is impossible to be exhaustive in this field; an anthology of immigrant music, no Change Your Way - Randy Newman - Ragtime, still remains to be accomplished. The collecting In the first half of the 19th century, during the Romantic era, part of French society — the well-to-do, most-cultivated classes — developed an interest for the oral song-tradition, and they collected these songs in rural areas.
Instrumental music was often left aside as their main concerns were literary or historical. The relationship between those collectors and the object of their attentions was a complex one: often the collectors were poets or writers, and their own culture — as people of letters — contrasted with a popular, oral culture seen as immemorial, a fixed culture dating back to ancient times.
This being so, the numerous song-collections published in the second half of the 20th century, right up to the outbreak of the First World War, had at least the advantage of making available a repertoire that was abundant.
The age of recordings With the 20th century came the phonograph, which would allow people to preserve the most faithful traces of the repertoire that was collected, and in a certain Dr.
Azoulay recorded performers of various origins during the Universal Exhibition in Paris, among them Basques and Bretons. From onwards, the priest Louis Pinck travelled throughout the Moselle region, then controlled by Germany, where he spent thirty years collecting a Regret Et Marche Nuptiale - Bouscatel* repertoire sung in the Frankish tongue, part of which he recorded.
InFerdinand Brunot, a linguist, went to El Cazorla Te Encontre - Felipe Campuzano - Andalucía Espiritual Vol.
3 - Jaen Ardennes between Belgium and France, and then into the Berry and Limousin regions inrecording songs, instrumental music and tales in local dialects. In the midth century, French ethnomusicology, through two museums, divided itself into two branches, you might say. To the present day, this institution has devoted itself to the study of exotic, distant forms of music.
That structure specialised solely in the French domain. In parallel with the MNATP we should also mention the work of several regional museums and associations, Gueniffet* - Regret Et Marche Nuptiale / Le Cornemuseux (She the efforts of several other specialists, some of them attached to universities. In addition, some of them had identity-concerns, and they took the defence of their language and culture to heart because they saw the Jacobins dominating French culture as their oppressors.
In a word, Gueniffet* - Regret Et Marche Nuptiale / Le Cornemuseux (She re discovered they were not only French, but also Bretons or Corsicans, Occitans, Alsatians… In their hundreds, these new-generation collectors went in search of singers and musicians fiddlers, hurdy-gurdy players, accordionists etc.
Often, they forged strong ties with musicians and appropriated their repertoire in order to make their own music. Throughout the country, thousands of hours of recordings were stockpiled after a manner of collecting that was spontaneous and self-taught.
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