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Various - Georgia - Georgian Polyphony (I): Choral Music from Caucasia album flac

  • Performer: Various
  • Title: Georgia - Georgian Polyphony (I): Choral Music from Caucasia
  • Size FLAC ver: 1843 mb
  • Date of release: 1990
  • Other formats: DMF MP4 VQF AAC MOD MPC WMA
  • Genre: World
  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
Various - Georgia - Georgian Polyphony (I): Choral Music from Caucasia album flac

Georgian Polyphony Singing: Religious Songs (2013).

Album · 2008 · 20 Songs. Georgian Vocal Ensemble, D. Tskouaseli & . ugova.

Choral Music from Ukraine, Caucasia, Russia, Georgia, Gur'ya, Voronia" LP (1951, Folkways Records). Side A: Tracks 1-5, Side B: Tracks 6-9. See tracklist. Amaghleba Georgian Polyphonic ChoirAmahleba Georgia. Amaghleba Georgian Polyphonic Choir. Georgian singingMagnus Reuterdahl Yan Voyage Armenians in Tbilisi Georgian polyphonic songsYan Voyage. Yan Voyage Tour in Georgia May 28. Independence day May 28. Sardarapat Armenians of Marseille in Tbilisi Georgian polyphonic songs. TurpauwKatya Chiganova.

Various Netavi Gogo Me da Shen. Choral Music from Caucasia . Georgian Polyphony, 2:18.

Album: Georgian Polyphony (I): Choral Music from Caucasia. Performer – Female Chorus Group Of National Music School Of Telavi.

Georgian songs and in particular Georgian polyphonic songs are stunningly beautiful. Here is the top 10 of the songs that you shouldn't miss. Georgian polyphony is a priceless tradition listed by UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. A typical Georgian song is sung acappella by men, singing in at least three vocal ranges together. The song Chakrulo is the best example of Georgian polyphony. It was fired into space with the Voyager Space Shuttle that was launched in 1977, together with other artifacts of Earth’s varied cultural heritages. Polyphonic singing has always had a natural place in Georgian society, at celebrations as well as in everyday life, and continues to be an inseparable part of Georgian culture.

In music, polyphony is one type of musical texture, where a texture is, generally speaking, the way that melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic aspects of a musical composition are combined to shape the overall sound and quality of the work. In particular, polyphony consists of two or more simultaneous lines of independent melody, as opposed to a musical texture with just one voice, monophony, or a texture with one dominant melodic voice accompanied by chords, which is called homophony.

Georgia has rich and still vibrant traditional music, which is primarily known as arguably the earliest polyphonic tradition of the Christian world. Georgian performers are well represented in the world's leading opera troupes and concert stages.

Georgia: Sacred & Secular Polyphony. The music is divided into three parts, with two leads. Work songs, table songs, dances, liturgical hymns and ritual songs are presented. Unusual harmony is the hallmark, and some table and work songs, particularly from the western region, have a tremolo, yodel-like lead.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Netavi Gogo Meda Shen
Performer – Female Chorus Group Of National Music School Of Telavi
2:11
2 Tsmindao Gmerto
Performer – Female Chorus Group Of National Music School Of Telavi
3:16
3 Tsintsharo
Performer – Female Chorus Group Of National Music School Of Telavi
4:33
4 Orovela
Performer – Female Chorus Group Of National Music School Of Telavi
4:58
5 Mertsharo
Performer – Female Chorus Group Of National Music School Of Telavi
1:34
6 Mravaljamieri
Performer – Female Chorus Group Of National Music School Of Telavi
2:53
7 Suliko
Performer – Female Chorus Group Of National Music School Of Telavi
3:24
8 Rashgwari
Performer – Male Chorus Group Of Mestia
2:39
9 Zali
Performer – Male Chorus Group Of Mestia
4:57
10 Lile
Performer – Male Chorus Group Of Mestia
2:16
11 Elesa
Performer – Male Chorus Group Of Makharadze
2:18
12 Khasanbegura
Performer – Male Chorus Group Of Makharadze
3:35
13 Me Rustaveli
Performer – Male Chorus Group Of Makharadze
2:35
14 Orira
Performer – Male Chorus Group Of Makharadze
3:08
15 Thatanvenahi Shechama
Performer – Male Chorus Group Of Makharadze
3:19

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – VMI
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – VMI

Credits

  • Booklet Editor – Yukio Yui
  • Chorus – Female Chorus Group Of National Music School Of Telavi (tracks: 1-7), Male Chorus Group Of Makharadze (tracks: 11-15), Male Chorus Group Of Mestia (tracks: 8-10)
  • Design – Ikko Tanaka
  • Engineer – Toshiyuki Ito
  • Liner Notes [Translated By] – Robin Thompson
  • Other [Planning] – Yamashiro Shoji
  • Producer – Soh Fujimoto
  • Recorded By, Photography By, Liner Notes, Supervised By – Tsutomu Oohashi*

Notes

Date of recording: August 1987
Tracks 1-7 recorded in Ikalto; tracks 8-10 recorded in Tskhaltobo; tracks 11-15 recorded in Batumi.

In cooperation with The National Institute of Maltimedia [sic] Education.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 009119500326


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