Weekly Schedule (CET)

Open Sources #4: West and Central Africa

18 September 2018
  • Arts & Culture
  • Traditional/Religious
  • Talk Show
  • Experimental
  • Celebratory
  • Intense
  • Soulful

The fourth episode of Open Sources presents a selection of music from West and Central Africa, as well as a few recordings from the Lomax Archive. A few contemporary musicians are introduced, whose practice relates to this music, and the listener gets to know the context surrounding these songs.

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Benzele Pygmies - Hindewu Whistle Solo
James "Junior" Thomas - Pepsi bottle fox chase #1
Herbie Hancock - Watermelon Man
Aka Pygmies - Yeli n°2
Francis Bebey - Pygmy Love Song
Aka Pygmies - Boyiwa (Chant de déploration sur le cadavre)
Lomax Archives - Well, I wonder
Banda Polyphony - Music for Ongo Ensemble, music for dancing, Gboyo
Steve Reich - Drumming part. I
Burundi: Musiques Traditionelles - Tambours royaux "Ingoma"
Jlin - Nyakinyua Rise
Rising star fife and drum band at Othar Turner’s farm
Aby Ngana Diop - Ndjaje
Napolian Strickland - Diddley-bow medley
Traditions des Balis du Cameroun - Bon Ma To, Jang Kongui
Lomax Archives - Throw me anywhere Lord
Cameroun. Négro-Spirituals Africains - Manna Yawl Fa Mbo Bin (Voici l’amour de Dieu)