Various - Albanian Intangible Heritage In CD: ISO - Polifonia & Monody download album
- Album: Albanian Intangible Heritage In CD: ISO - Polifonia & Monody
- FLAC: 1265 mb | MP3: 1401 mb
- Released: 2004
- Style: Ottoman Classical
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Various - Albanian Intangible Heritage In CD: ISO - Polifonia & Monody (2xCDr, Comp).
Albanian iso-polyphony is characterized by songs consisting of two solo parts, a melody and a countermelody with a choral drone. The structure of the solo parts varies according to the different ways of performing the drone, which has a great variety of structures, especially in the popular style adopted by all groups performing this music
Albanian iso-polyphony is a traditional part of Albanian folk music and as such is included in UNESCO's intangible cultural heritage list. Among Albanians, all four regions of Myzeqe, Toskëri, Çamëria, and Labëria have the polyphonic song as part of their culture The region of Labëria is a part. "UNESCO Culture Sector - Intangible Heritage - 2003 Convention :". Unesco. Retrieved 2013-09-22.
The Proclamation of Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity was made by the Director-General of UNESCO starting in 2001 to raise awareness of intangible cultural heritage and encourage local communities to protect them and the local people who sustain these forms of cultural expressions
Albanian iso-polyphony is a traditional part of Albanian folk music and, as such, is included in UNESCO's intangible cultural heritage list. All four regions of southern Albania-Lalëria (Myzeqe), Toskëria, Çamëria, and Labëria-have polyphonic song as part of their culture. A related form of polyphonic singing is found in northern Albania, in the area of Peshkopi; Polog, Tetovo, Kičevo and Gostivar in Macedonia; and Malësia in northern Albania and southern Montenegro.
Albanian folk iso-polyphony (2008, RL). 1 elements inscribed. 2008: Albanian folk iso-polyphony (RL). On-going nomination(s). 2020: National Folk Festival of Gjirokastra (NFFoGj) - 50 years best practice in safeguarding Albanian intangible heritage (Art18). Needs assessment in Albania. 1 November 2014 – 1 March 2015. Amount (US$) 9,000 . Inventory of Albanian folk iso-polyphony. 24 March 2011 – 23 March 2012. Amount (US$) 24,500 . Safeguarding Albanian Folk-Iso-polyphony. 1 December 2006 – 1 March 2010. Amount (US$) 91,033 . See all projects.
Albanian folk iso-polyphony. UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage. A traditional male group performing. Country Among Albanians, all four regions of Lalëria (Myzeqe), Toskëria, Çamëria, and Labëria have the polyphonic song as part of their culture The region of Labëri.
Encyclopaedia of Albanian Iso-Polyphony book. This project, dedicated to the preservation of intangible culture, was one of the projects in 76 countries worldwide included as beneficiaries in its 2006 programme, and was submitted by Al The publication of the "Encyclopaedia of Iso-polyphony" was made possible through the support of the Ambassador's Fund for Cultural Preservation, established by the US Congress in 2001
Albanian iso-polyphony is a traditional part of Albanian folk music and, as such, is included in UNESCO's intangible cultural heritage list. Labëria is particular well-known for multipart singing; songs can have two, three, or four parts.
|ISO - Polyphony|
|1-1||–Unknown Artist||Iso-Polifoni Labe Me Vegla, Vlorë||1:44|
|1-2||–Unknown Artist||Iso-Polifoni Toske Me Fyej, Gramsh||3:55|
|1-3||–Unknown Artist||"Kurvalesh E Gegëri", Iso-Polifoni Labe Me Zëra, Gjirokastër||3:37|
|1-4||–Unknown Artist||"Ku Verove Verën-o", Iso-Polifoni Toske Me Zëra, Gramsh||2:45|
|1-5||–Unknown Artist||"Janinë E Zeza Janinë", Solo Zë, Çamëri||1:41|
|1-6||–Unknown Artist||"Lule E Bukur", Iso-Polifoni Toske Me Zëra Grash, Gramsh||2:42|
|1-7||–Unknown Artist||"C'ma Ke Syrin-o" Iso-Polifoni Labe Me Zëra, Vëzhdanisht, Vlorë||3:11|
|1-8||–Unknown Artist||Iso-Polifoni Labe Me Cyle-Dyjare, Vlorë||1:33|
|1-9||–Unknown Artist||"Në Bahcenë Tënde", Iso-Polifoni Labe Ze Zëra, Kaninë, Vlorë||2:14|
|1-10||–Unknown Artist||"Hape Derën", Iso-Polifoni Labe Ze Zëra, Vranisght, Vlorë||3:46|
|1-11||–Unknown Artist||Valle Toske Me Gajde Dhe Dajre, Pogradec||1:17|
|1-12||–Unknown Artist||Solo Fyell, "Baritore Toske", Gramsh||1:06|
|1-13||–Unknown Artist||"Nënë Gardh Më Shkon", Iso-Polifoni Toske Me Zëra, Përmet||2:56|
|1-14||–Unknown Artist||"Avaze Labe 1" Në Fyell Vendim Kapaj, Vlorë||1:43|
|1-15||–Unknown Artist||Fyellgjati Lab, Vlorë||1:21|
|1-16||–Unknown Artist||"Cili Je Ti More Burrë", Iso-Polifoni Labe Me Zëra, Vranisht, Vlorë||3:19|
|2-1||–Unknown Artist||Melodi Me Bilbil, Tropojë, Shqipëri E Veriut||3:03|
|2-2||–Unknown Artist||Melodi Me Zumare, Lezhë||1:45|
|2-3||–Unknown Artist||Këngë Dhe Melodi, "Thrret Prizreni" Luan Grupi I Hasit, Shqipëri E Veriut||6:36|
|2-4||–Unknown Artist||Ep Me Lahutë, "Solole Halili" Luan Isa Elezi, Kosovë||8:01|
|2-5||–Unknown Artist||Këngë Me Sharki Dhe Cifteli, "Probatinat", Viktor Paloka, Shkodër||5:01|
|2-6||–Unknown Artist||Solo Daulle, Lezhë, Shqiperi E Veriut||2:16|
|2-7||–Unknown Artist||Solo Me Kavall, Lezhë, Shqipëri E Veriut||1:55|
|2-8||–Unknown Artist||Melodi Kërcimi, Tre Interpretë Tropojë, Bilbil, Cifteli Dhe Daulle||2:33|
|2-9||–Unknown Artist||Solo Bilbil, Kosovë||1:43|
|2-10||–Unknown Artist||Ep Me Lahurë, "Martesa E Halilit", Luan Hysen Rustemi , Kosovë||8:33|
|2-11||–Unknown Artist||Solo Daulle, Bulqizë, Shqipëri E Veriut||2:03|
|2-12||–Unknown Artist||Këngë Me Çifteli "Nana E Tucit", Luan Estref Zari, Malësi E Madhe||2:04|
|2-13||–Unknown Artist||Këngë Me Sharki, "Gjylistania", Shqiptarët E Shkupit, Maqedoni||3:38|
|2-14||–Unknown Artist||Ep Me Lahutë, "Halilit", Luan Sadik Ram Abazaj, Kosovë||6:37|
|2-15||–Unknown Artist||Solo Me Fyell, Imer Neli, Mat||1:04|
|2-16||–Unknown Artist||Këngë Me Sharki Dhe Cifteli, "Boll E Mirë", Nga Kalaja E Dodës||4:33|
|2-17||–Unknown Artist||Këngë Me Cifteli. Luan Frank Pali, "Ku Ke Djalë", Pukë, Shqipëri E Veriut||3:41|
|2-18||–Unknown Artist||Melodi Me Vegla Popullore, Lezhë||5:02|
- Artwork By [Front Cover] – Filip & Argjir Athanasi
- Liner Notes [Booklet] – Prof. Dr. Vasil S. Tole*
- Liner Notes [Foreword] – Koïchiro Matsuura
- Liner Notes [Translator] – Edmond Cane
- Recorded By, Mastered By [Masterized] – Edi Balili
NotesComes with a 62-pages book.
Realized: Albanian Music Council, member of IMC/UNESCO.
CD realization: MUZA.
Publishing House: UEGEN.
© The Author
Fore by the Director-General of UNESCO.
Ballina e mbulesës: Detaj - kapak Ungjilli i vitit 1755, Voskopojë.
© Albanian Music Council, member of IMC / UNESCO
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- Other (ISBN): 99927-54-98-2