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Open Sources #10: Morocco

05 March 2019
  • Arts & Culture
  • Avant-Garde
  • Experimental
  • Field Recording
  • Regional
  • Celebratory
  • Intense
  • Soulful

The tenth episode of Open Sources presents a selection of moroccan traditional music and field recordings that Alan Lomax recorded in 1967. A few contemporary musicians, artists and collectives whose practice relates to this music are introduced, and the listener gets to know the context surrounding the chosen recordings. 



Sublime frequencies - Radio Essaouira
Lomax Archives - Bringing the Sheep down from the Hills
Lomax Archives - Shouts to drive away wild animals
Lomax Archives - Ahaidou song
Lomax Archives - Amarg poetry
Kader Attia speaks about the idea of repair
Younes Baba-Ali - Moroccan Anthem
Lomax Archives - You're Welcome, Our Brothers, To Our House
Lomax Archives - Rasul-allah (The Messenger of God)
Lemchaheb - Bghit Bladi
Lomax Archives - Glaoua dance song
Lomax Archives - Ahwash wedding dance and Tamawayt song
Lomax Archives - Allah Daim (God is Eternal) (fragments)
Nass el Ghiwane - Ahl el hal
Lomax Archives - Earth-pounding song (I) and (II)
Lomax Archives - Ahwash dance (I to V)
Norient Sounds - Sonic Traces from the Arab World (Radio Edit)