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Descript.
1 streaming video file (54 min.) : sd., col., digital file.
Note
Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on Feb. 23, 2010.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Contents
WOMAD Festival (3:15) -- Spaccanapoli, Rhythm & Melody (8:51) -- Fusing Cultures (4:03) -- Afro-Celt Sound System (6:34) -- Music of Tanzania - Song & Dance (10:10) -- Music of Tibet (2:22) -- Industry: Cultural Threat (3:07) -- A Reason to Sing (1:46) -- The Search for Common Ground (3:27) -- Merging Music (1:58) -- Papa Wemba (5:50)
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Summary
Produced in conjunction with legendary singer Peter Gabriel, this program takes viewers to a stage outside London as it documents the work of artists appearing at the World of Music, Arts and Dance Festival (WOMAD) In addition to engaging and powerful on-stage numbers, the film captures intimate, behind-the-scenes moments with world music stars, tracing each performer's origins and artistic journey. Featured musicians include Dr. Hukwe and Charles Zawose from Bagamoyo, Tanzania; the musical troupe Spaccanapoli, from the streets of Naples, Italy; and many others.
Audience
6 & up.
System Det
Mode of access: Internet.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
Note
Title from distributor's description.
Subject
Genre
Subject
Alt Author
Films for the Humanities (Firm)
Films Media Group.
National Geographic Television & Film.
Title
Stories Behind the Songs
Call #
CD J ROU CHILDREN'S
Descript.
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Note
Title from web page.
Sung in various languages.
Performer
Various performers.
Note
Compact disc.
Contents
Ska Cubano (DJ Floro & Alex Acosta remix) (Malanga Ska) -- Pantera mambo (La-33) -- Sadagora hot dub (Shantel remix) (De Amsterdam Klezmer Band) -- Hoio (mum) (Saba) -- Istanbul pas Constantinople (Ayhan Sicimoglu) -- Brasil em brasa (Roge) -- On my way (Chris While/Julie Matthews) -- Matterhorn (The Country Gentlemen) -- Passion of the dance (David Lowe's Dreamcatcher) -- Gato (Los Fulanos) -- Bula bula (Mabulu) -- The HIllsbrook reels (Michael McGoldrick) -- Flowers (Hanggai) -- Papo de yaya (Marcelinho da Lua) -- Café con sangre (Jose Conde y Ola Fresca) -- Mambo Italiano (Club des Belugas remix) (Dean Martin) -- José "El Chuchiyero" (Daniel Melingo) -- Rail gaddi (The Four of a Kind) -- Renata, renatinha (Joao Sabiá) -- Homenaje a la música latina (Macolla) -- Enta omri (El Ferka el Maysaya, Mokhtar al Said) -- Aserejé (Diego Carrasco) -- Pa Puerto Rico (wayne Gorbea's Salsa Picante) -- Charanga e-350 (Spam Allstars) -- Asesina (Carlitos Almonte y su Acordeón Cinco Estrellas) -- Romance de la rosa (Matirio) -- Ashshimtini (Sami Ali) -- Escualo (Cuerdas Pop: Temporaneas).
Subject
Genre
Title
World music for children
ISBN/ISSN
0605633123623
Call #
CD J WOR CHILDREN'S
Descript.
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + foldout booklet ([6] p.).
Series
Note
Vocals primarily in English ; some vocals in French, Spanish or Japanese.
Performer
Instrumentalists, Tom Nazziola, Clive Smith, Bill Weisbach and Dan Willis ; vocalists, Noemi Bridges, Alisa Kikuchi, Jean-Michel Letalon, Catherine Melillo and Trevor Weisbach.
Credits
Produced, arranged and orchestrated by Bill Weisbach.
Audience
0+ months.
Note
"Where discovery begins"--Disc surface ; "Bring the joy of music from around the world to your child"--P. [1] of booklet..
Enhanced CD.
"Insert CD into your computer to access discovery cards and song lyrics"--Disc surface.
Contents
Baby Einstein world music overture (melody from Contradance 9, Beethoven) -- African savanna morning (references melody Are you sleeping?) / Weisbach -- Eagle song (Hopi Tribe) -- Billy boy / traditional a North American medley -- Pirulito (lollipop) (Brazil) -- Londonberry [sic] air/Garry Owen jig / traditional a Celtic medley -- I am happy (Africa) -- Mo li hua (jasmine flower) (China) -- Pilsen polka (melody from Remembrances of pilsen polka, Smetana) -- Arabian dance (melody from Peer Gynt, Grieg) -- Bonnie (references melody My Bonnie lies over the ocean) / Weisbach an Antartica soundscape -- Trepak / Tchaikovsky Russian dance -- Rainstick Joey / Weisbach (Australia) -- Anile ghungroo (melody from Anile, anile) (India) -- Golden trompong / Weisbach (Indonesia) -- Bard, the piper (includes melody from Contradance 9, Beethoven) (Trinidad)-- Rainforest dance (includes melody from Contradance 5, Beethoven) -- Shoo fly (vocal in English) (United States) -- Arroz con leche (rice pudding) (vocal in Spanish) (Puerto Rico) -- Alouette (vocal in French) (France) -- Kogame, kogame (vocal in Japanese) (Japan) -- This world, our world / Weisbach ; Clark -- Ho watanay (references Ho ho watanay) / Weisbach (Iroquois lullaby)
Subject
Genre
Alt Author
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827. Country dances, orchestra, WoO 14. No. 9 ; arr.
Weisbach, Bill.
Baby Einstein Company.
Note
At head of title: Disney Baby Einstein
Spine Ti
World music : a concert for little ears
Title
Disney Baby Einstein : world music : a concert for little ears
Disney Baby Einstein : world music
ISBN/ISSN
0050087134402
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