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Title Afghanistan : female musicians of Herat = musiciennes d'Hérat.

Published Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings/Audivis-UNESCO, 2002.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET music    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 online resource (65 minutes).
Series Musiques et musiciens du monde.
Musiques et musiciens du monde.
Notes Streaming audio files.
Includes PDF of liner notes in English with French translation.
Title from resource description page (viewed March 03, 2016).
Contents Bibi Gol Afruz (4:39) -- Galeh dokhtar (2:00) -- Girls' music (2:34) -- Chahârbeiti sâbeqeh; Chahârbeiti Siâh Mu o jalâli (9:12) -- Lullaby (2:58) -- Adam Khân (2:58) -- Urban band dance music (3:53) -- Dâireh dance pieces (1:44) -- Hawâbeh jân Hawâbeh ; Ghu ghu balg-e chenâr (0:56) -- Alâ zan-e biweh ; Sar-e pul-e Mâlân (3:00) -- Asp-e khâseh zin konum (1:26) -- Yâr-e hamdam chere nemiyâyi? (1:19) -- Tambaku; Arus gham nakhor (1:51) -- Processional drumming (0:42) -- Wedding ritual sequence (6:31) -- Bibi gol arus (1:30) -- Shâh dokhtar shekar dokhtar (2:30) -- Chahârbeiti (2:56) -- Chahârbeiti barâye khodâhâfez (1:42) -- Najibeh gom shode (4:24) -- Leilâ Leilâ Leilâ (2:19) -- Sefid kheimeh siâh kheimeh khorâmân (2:30).
Notes Recorded between 1973 and 1977 by Veronica Doubleday ; the 15th work recorded by John Baily.
Subject Folk music -- Afghanistan -- Herat.
Popular music -- Afghanistan -- Herat.
Women musicians -- Afghanistan -- Herat.
Folk music.
Popular music.
Variant Title musiciennes d'Hérat.