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Re: Hugh Tracey - Music of Africa recordings

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Thomas Stern <[log in to unmask]>

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Hi Nigel,
  Thanks for the link.  Interesting site.
  If I read correctly, they are putting much of the recordings on-line.  However, the link I found yields
an error - permission denied.  Are the online files restricted to University only, or other restriction - or are they
simply not up so far ???
  I sent an inquiry about a discography - so far, no response.
  The site list the 22 SWP CD's with details.  From the introduction to this series I infer that the CD's contain all and more
from the recordings which have been issued and reissued on various LP labels (but NOT the 200+ albums issued by ILAM).
  If anyone has listings of the Decca/London, Gallo/Gallotone, Kaleidophone LP's they can send, greatly appreciated.  Thank you!
  Below are very incomplete listings I've accumulated.....

  Best wishes, Thomas.
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DECCA/LONDON 10" LP MUSIC OF AFRICA - Hugh Tracey
=================================================
Music of Africa Series Collected and Introduced by Hugh Tracey

DECCA    LONDON
-------  -------
LF 1084  LB 567  No.1 Songs & Instrumental Music of Tanganyika
LF 1121          No.2 Kenya
LF 1120  LB 827  No.3 Drums of East Africa
LF 1169  LB-828  No.4 CONGO Drums
LF 1170          No.5 The Guitars of Africa
LF 1171  LB-830  No.6 The African Music Society's best music for 1952
LF 1172  LB-831  No.7 CONGO Songs and Dances
         LB-832  No.8 THE UGANDA PROTECTORATE
LF 1174  LB-833  No.9 African Stories told by Hugh Tracey
                       "All five stories ... come from the Fort Victoria districts of Southern Rhodesia ...
                       They were told to Hugh Tracey ...
                       His translations into English have been kept as closely as possible to the original Karango idiom in which
they were
                       told." Notes: The incidental songs, sung by the narrator, are sung with their original words.
                       Program notes by Hugh Tracey on container.
                       Contents: The bird of the valley -- Mapandangare, the great baboon -- The snake who bit a girl --
                                 The lion on the path -- Tsimbarumi, the hardened bachelor / traditional.
LF 1224  LD-9221 No.10 African Music Society's Choice  The Best Recordings of 1953 Part 1
LF 1225  LD-9222 No.11 The Best recordings of 1953 Part 2
LF 1254          No.12 African Dances of the Witwatersrand Gold Mines Part 1  1952
LF 1255          No.13 African Dances of the Witwatersrand Gold Mines Part 2


DECCA  12" LP
------------------------------------------------

DECCA(E) LK 4916                                      LP 1968
HUGH TRACEY -   'THE BIRD OF THE VALLEY & Other AFRICAN STORIES'
"Music Of Africa Series".
Written and Narrated by Hugh Tracey

The stories on this LP were collected, translated and told by long time student of African music and oral tradition Hugh Tracey.
They originate from the Karanga people from what is now Zimbabwe.
A1 The Bird of the Valley
A2 The Snake who bit a Girl
A3 Rabbit and the Tortoise
A4 The Cat who came indoors
B1 The Man who turned into a Hyaena
B2 The Girl on the Hill
B3 The Sisters and the Lion-Men



COLUMBIA World Library of Folk and Primitive Music
========================================================

Columbia KL 213  Vol.10 Bantu music from British East Africa           LP 1954
                 recorded and edited with notes and photographs by Hugh Tracey


ORIGINAL MUSIC
=======================================================
 ????? Anyone have any information about this series ????????????????????????????

108 Guitar Songs from Tanzania, Zambia & Zaire
110 Kenia Dry..Town & Country Guitar 1950-1965
112 From The Copperbelt- Zambian Miners' Songs


GALLO / GALLOTONE
===========================================
MUSIC OF AFRICA SERIES RECORDED BY HUGH TRACEY

DLPL 319/20  African Dances of the Witwatersrand Gold Mines Series No.12/13   2-LP gf 1973


GALP 1019 No.15  The African Music Society's choice - Osborn Award, part II [sound recording]

GALP 1032 No.12  African dances of the Witwatersrand gold mines  part 1
GALP 1033 No.13  African dances of the Witwatersrand gold mines  part 2    ???????????????
GALP 1041 No.13  African Dances of the Witwatersrand Gold Mines  Part 2    ???????????????

          No.17  More African Stories

GALP 1262 No.23  NORTHERN CONGO II (Bantu)

GALP 1319 No.24  UGANDA I
GALP 1323 No 28  Musical instruments 2. Reeds "Mbira"
GALP.1324 No.29  Musical Instruments 3. DRUMS

GALP 1327 No.32  Musical Instruments 6  guitars 1

SGALP 1676 No.38  Drums



KALEIDOPHONE - The Music of Africa Series by Hugh Tracey
=========================================================
Published in the United States by arrangement with the
INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF AFRICAN MUSIC a non-profit
organization engaged full time in the gathering and
documentation of traditional Black Aftican music.

KMA-1  Musical Instruments 1: Strings
KMA-2  Musical Instruments 2: Reeds (Mbira)
KMA-3  Musical Instruments 3: Drums
KMA-4  Musical Instruments 4: Flutes & Horns
KMA-5  Musical Instruments 5: Xylophones
KMA-6  Musical Instruments 6: Guitars 1
KMA-7  Musical Instruments 7: Guitars 2
KMA-8  Rhodesia 1 (an anthology)
KMA-9  Rhodesia 2 (an anthology)
KMA-10 Uganda 1 (an anthology)





-----Original Message-----
From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List
[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Nigel Champion
Sent: Saturday, March 22, 2014 6:30 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Hugh Tracey - Music of Africa recordings


Have you tried contacting the Library of African Music at Rhodes University in South Africa?

http://www.ru.ac.za/ilam/contactus/

Best wishes
Nigel
________________________________________
From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List [[log in to unmask]] on behalf of Thomas Stern [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 23 March 2014 10:59
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: [ARSCLIST] Hugh Tracey - Music of Africa recordings

Is there a discography of the recordings by HUGH TRACEY ????.
The recordings appear on numerous labels (Gallotone 78 and LP, Gallo, Decca, London, Kaleidophone, Sharp Wood/SWP (CD) etc.

Thanks!
Best wishes, Thomas.
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