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Options August 25, 2001: (Show #253) Ethnographic Extravaganza: World Manipulation (live on Transpacific Sound Paradise) | More info
In the first hour, Rob Weisberg played world music selections from the OCORA series of ethnographic recordings. In the second hour, Ken took Rob's hour and manipulated, layered, collaged, and rearranged it, creating a trance-inducing aural environment.

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Artist Track Album
Burundi  Two Young Girls (vocal polyphony)   Options  
Marivelo and Tsiahoa  Madagascar: Piece for xylophone from Bara region, southwest Madagascar   Options  
Jean Zuibona  Central Africa: Plays the xylophone gbeya   Options Xylophones of the Ouham-Pende 
Zara  Madagascar: Musical Bow, Mahaboboka village, Bara region   Options  
Chanchima  Kenya: On obokano (lyre) and vocals, with Richard Kabaka, engoma (horn)   Options  
  Ethiopia: Performance on the ultra-low-frequency "Hard of David" or beganna recorded in a Tej Beit (Mead bar)    
  Brazil: An Asurini Indian dance dedicated to a small bird, warape, performed on the clarinet, from the tule ritual, a ritual that spans weeks.    
  Ivory Coast: One of the masked dances of the Dan people: "Mask with Big Voice."    
  Ethiopia: Flute piece from Gidole near the Kenya border    
  Burundi: 1 Girl singing, near Bujumbura    
  Burundi: Women singing for Ubuhuha ritual    
  Vocal Games of the Inuit and Songs and Drums of the Inuit - 3 excerpts    
  Ivory Coast: Another Dan masked dance, featuring a "bird mask"    
Okumu Orengo  Kenya: Luo singer eulogizes a handicapped person with nyatiti accompaniment   Options  
Alireza Soleymani  Iran: performs a tajnis on the dotar   Options  
Thomas Egemyr  Sweden: perform a Sami vocal joik in a 1953 Swedish national radio recording.   Options  
Joaquim Pinheiro  Portugal: accordion and vocals, from Alentejo, performing "A Harvest Woman."   Options  
Nouthong Phimvilayphone  Laos: performs his "Invitation to the spirit of the khen" on the khen (mouth organ)   Options  
Nocolai Nemes-Munteanu  Romania: on compoi (bagpipe)   Options Real Traditions of Transylvania 
Hayri Dev and Hasan Yildirim  Turkey: perform on a child's double-reed instrument, sipsi, made from a pine branch   Options Southwest Turkey: Music of Yayli 
Mera Khan  Rajasthan: Jew's harp or morchang, from Barnava.   Options  
Jahur Khan  Rajasthan: performs on bhapang, a monochord usually used to accompany Muslim religious epic poems.   Options  
  Venezuela: Drummers of San Juan, central coast of Venezuela   Songs and Drums of the Black Brotherhoods 

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