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Various - The Happy Family Of Folk (Folklore Aus Aller Welt) album

Various - The Happy Family Of Folk (Folklore Aus Aller Welt) album
Performer: Various
Title: The Happy Family Of Folk (Folklore Aus Aller Welt)
Released: 1974
Genre: Country - World
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 378
MP3 size: 1841 mb
FLAC size: 1946 mb

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Los Barbudos Mi Candombe
Written-By – Sergio Miquel
A2 Les Belaisieres* Et Les Doudous de la Grande Terre Ce Les Antilles
Written-By – G. La Viny*
A3 Los Barbudos Amamisky
Arranged By – HuaytaWritten-By – Folk
A4 Los Barbudos Estanislao
Arranged By – HuaytaWritten-By – Folk
A5 Jorge Cafrune Chiquillada
Written-By – J. Carvajal*
A6 Alfredo De Robertis Tu Mirada
Written-By – Alfredo De Robertis
B1 Los Barbudos Hirpastay
Arranged By – HuaytaWritten-By – Folk
B2 Calchakis* Amanecer Andino
Arranged By – HuaytaWritten-By – Pantoja*, Robles*
B3 Calchakis* Lejana Purmamarca
Arranged By – HuaytaWritten-By – Folk
B4 Violeta Parra Un Rio De Sangre
Written-By – Violeta Parra
B5 Isabel Et Angel Parra* Tename En Tu Corazon
Written-By – Folk
B6 Emilio Arteaga - Los Yungas Estudio Para Charango
Written-By – M. Nunoz*
C1 Mariachi 'Jalisco' De Pepe Villa* Jarabe Taptio
Written-By – Felice Partichela
C2 Volksmusikgruppe Aus Vera Cruz Bamba De Las Hijas De Don Simon
Written-By – Traditional
C3 Cuco Sanchez Cama De Piedra
Written-By – C. Sanchez*
C4 Calchakis* El Rascapetate
Written-By – De Paz*
C5 José Alfredo Jimenez* Mi Tenampe
Written-By – S S. Jimenez*
C6 Mariachi 'Jalisco' De Pepe Villa* La Negra
Written-By – R. Fuentes*, S. Vargas*
D1 Ensemble Des Centro Aragones Aus Valencia Tanz-Suite Einer Prozession
Written-By – Folk
D2 Tuna De La Facultad De Derecho De Madrid La Aurora 2:00
D3 Tuna De La Facultad De Derecho De Madrid La Tuna Pasa
Written-By – J. Luis Araque*
D4 Tuna De La Facultad De Derecho De Madrid La Ronda Del Silbidito 1:46
D5 Ronda Aragonesa Fiesta En Andorra 3:44
D6 Manitas De Plata Galop
Written-By – Traditional
USA / Vereinigte Staaten
E1 The Beers Family* The Black Haired Lass
Written-By – R. Beers*
E2 Pete Seeger That's What I Learned In School
Written-By – T. Paxton*
E3 Pete Seeger Little Boxes
Written-By – M. Reynolds*
E4 Bernice Reagon* Backlash Blues
Written-By – B. Reagon*
E5 Pete Seeger And Bernice Reagon* Michael Row The Boat Ashore
Written-By – F. Hellerman*, L. Hays*, R. Gilbert*, T. Saletan*
E6 The Beers Family* The Lamplighter's Hornpipe
Written-By – Traditional
Irland (Schottland, England)
F1 The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem I'll Tell My Ma
Written-By – Tommy Makem
F2 The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem Gypsy
Written-By – Larry McGuire
F3 The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem Galway City
Arranged By – L. Clancy*, P. Clancy*, T. Clancy*, T. Makem*
F4 The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem Will Ya Go, Lassie, Go?
Arranged By – L. Clancy*
F5 The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem Marie's Wedding
Arranged By – L. Clancy*
F6 The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem A Jug Of Punch
Written-By – F. McPeake*
G1 Troika Mondschein
Arranged By – Dieter HauptmannWritten-By – Traditional
G2 Omsk Russian Ensemble* Moonshine
Words By – N. Sobel, S. LaudanWritten-By – Traditional
G3 Omsk Russian Ensemble* My Hut
Written-By – N. Sobel, S. Laudan
G4 Omsk Russian Ensemble* The Great Baikal Sea
Written-By – N. Sobel, S. Laudan
G5 Marc De Loutchek Lockenköpfchen
Arranged By – Marc De LoutchekWritten-By – Traditional
G6 Tschaika* Tanz Um Den Brunnen
Composed By – Dieter Hauptmann
H1 Orchester Philippe Boutet* To Yelasto Pedi (Bouzouki Version) 1:05
H2 Maria Farandouri & John Williams Irthan I Anthropoi
Written-By – M. Theodorakis*
H3 John Williams Epitafios Nr. 2
Written-By – M. Theodorakis*
H4 Maria Farandouri & Mikis Theodorakis Die Vulkane
Written-By – Theodorakis*, Kalvos*
H5 John Williams Epitafios Nr. 5
Written-By – M. Theodorakis*
H6 Maria Farandouri & Mikis Theodorakis Die Wünsche
Written-By – Theodorakis*, Kalvos*
I1 Les Pibolous De La Mothe St. Heray* Tournez Zou, Virez Zou
Arranged By – André PacherWritten-By – Traditional
I2 Les Pastous Et Pastourettes Scottish D'aurice
Written-By – Folk
I3 Kevrenn De Brest Saint-Marc Cantique Leonard
Written-By – Folk
I4 Jean Segurel* La Sarrandouna Et Pierre Laboura
Collected By – J. Ségurel*
I5 Cobla 'Combo Gili'* El Saltiro De La Cardina
Written-By – Vicens Bou*
I6 Les Pibolous De La Mothe St. Heray* La Bouteille
Written-By – Folk
J1 Gruppa Dell'Almanacco Popolare* Lo Sai Che I Minatori Son Leggeri
Written-By – Traditional
J2 Salvatore Idà Tarantella Maffiusa
Written-By – S. Ida*
J3 Gigliola Cinquetti La Valsugana
Written-By – R. Angiolini*
J4 Gigliola Cinquetti Oi Angiolina, Bella Angiolina
Written-By – R. Angiolini*
J5 Gigliola Cinquetti Cacciatore Del Bosco
Written-By – R. Angiolini*
J6 Canzoniere Internazionale Trecone
Arranged By – L. Franscie*Written-By – Traditional
J7 Il Contemporaned* Bella Ciao
Written-By – Arnodei*

Companies, etc.

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Comes in a box with a 8-page booklet.
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Other (Label A/B): 13065
  • Other (Label C/D): 13066
  • Other (Label E/F): 13067
  • Other (Label G/H): 13068
  • Other (Label I/J): 13069

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Genre refers to the various forms folklore takes, categorized as "oral," "customary," and "material. Oral folklore includes naming, speech, narration, and music. Customary folklore involves traditional actions or behaviors using particular techniques, such as gathering for a festival or acting on a traditional belief. Material folklore consists of the tangible objects that comprise the folk culture of a group, including folk crafts, arts, architecture, and foods. In addition to issuing publications, the North Carolina Folklore Society holds annual meetings combining presentation of folk arts, current scholarship on North Carolina folklore by society members, and organizational business. Meetings were held in Raleigh until 1986, when members decided to convene at various sites throughout the state, usually at a college or an organization involved with folklore.

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