The Resource Around the world in sound

Around the world in sound

Label
Around the world in sound
Title
Around the world in sound
Contributor
Composer
Conductor
Performer
Speaker
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • rus
  • ger
  • fre
  • ara
  • pus
  • ban
  • jpn
Related
Member of
Cataloging source
UMK
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God save the King
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
not applicable
Music parts
not applicable
PerformerNote
Various performers
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1910-1969
  • 1890-1970
  • 1930-
  • 1903-1993
  • 1929-
  • 1710-1778
  • 1842-1900
  • 1825-1899
  • 1906-1967
  • 1760-1836
  • 1897-1970
  • 1844-1908
  • 1827-1879
  • 1838-1917
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  • Cacciola, Alexander
  • Diesenroth, Friedrich
  • Hansen, Henry
  • Strauss, Eduard
  • Jellinek, Fritz
  • Karas, Anton
  • Gaedke, H.
  • Gaulle, Charles de
  • Geneviève
  • Valdez, José
  • Montoya, Carlos
  • Reyes, Miguel de los
  • Belenguer Estela, Enrique
  • Gómez de Arriba, Manuel
  • Tichy, Marie Luise
  • Monese, Gianni
  • Martin, Vincent
  • Davis, Charles K. L.
  • Monte, Tom Komaki
  • Arne, Thomas Augustine
  • Sullivan, Arthur
  • Strauss, Johann
  • Karas, Anton
  • Waxman, Franz
  • Rouget de Lisle, Claude Joseph
  • Lara, Agustín
  • Escudero García, María Pilar
  • Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay
  • Cottrau, Teodoro
  • Denza, Luigi
  • Liliuokalani
  • Company of Savoyards
  • Schwarzmeer Kosakenchor
  • Engelkinder (Musical group)
  • Wiener Konzertschrammeln
  • Nautische Kameradschaft Neptun, Lübeck
  • Embajadores (Musical group)
  • Banda de Aviación Española
  • Orquesta Montilla
  • Two Rudis (Musical group)
  • Indios Tabajaras
  • Bahamians (Musical group)
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  • Band music
  • Operas
  • Marches (Band)
  • Dance music
  • Folk songs
  • Sea songs
  • Children's songs
  • Guitar music
  • Kecak (Dance drama)
  • Calypso (Music)
  • Popular music
Transposition and arrangement
not applicable
Label
Around the world in sound
Instantiates
Publication
Manufacture
Copyright
Note
  • Nelson Doubleday: AWP 1011 (disc 1) ; AWP 1012 (disc 2) (on container: AWP 1011-2)
  • Title from label
  • Representative pieces from around the world for a variety of ensembles
  • "Compatible stereo."
  • In manual sequence; in one container
  • Full contents and personnel listed on inserted sheet
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
performed music
Content type code
  • prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Pan American World Airways flight departure announcement (by Alexander Cacciola, Passenger Traffic representative at New York International Airport) -- England: Rule Britannia (Major H. [that is, Friedrich] Diesenroth and his military band) ; Pirates of Penzance. Policeman's song (also known as "When a felon's not engaged in his employment") (Company of Savoyards) ; British Grenadiers (Major H. Diesenroth and his military band) ; God save the Queen (the "official" traditional version) -- Scandinavia: Jyde Peter's trumpet polka ; Clemmensen's waltz (Henry Hansen and his orchestra) -- Russia: Song of the Volga boatmen (Black Sea Cossacks Chorus) -- Austria: Lechtaler raffele march (Engelkinder family instrumentalists) ; Pizzicato polka / Johann Strauss (Eduard Strauss, conductor, and his orchestra) ; Faikerlied (Viennese cafe song) (Vienna Concert Schrammeln and Fritz Jellinek) ; Third Man theme / Anton Karas (Anton Karas, zither) -- Germany: Gladiators' march (Major H. Diesenroth and his military band) ; Rolling home (traditional sea chanty in Plattdeutsch dialect) (Nautische Kameradschaft Neptun, Lübeck ; Captain H. Gaedke, conducting) -- France: Frere Jacques (sung by a group of Parisian school children) ; La Marseillaise (French national anthem) (sung by the people of Paris and led by Charles de Gaulle) ; Bal Musette (typical accordion music recorded in a bistro) ; Faut tout ça (Genivieve) ; Can-can (recorded inside a Paris night club) -- Spain: Granada (José Valdez y los Embajadores) ; Bulerias (guitar solo by Carlos Montoya) ; Capriccio Espagnol (Miguel de los Reyes y su ballet gitano ; Orquesta Montilla ; Enrique Estela, conductor) ; El gato montés (bullfight music) (Bander de Aviacion Española ; Manuel Gomez de Arriba, conductor ; special collaboration by Ronquillo)
  • Switzerland: Kuckucksjodler (Cuckoo yodel song) (Marieluise Tichy with the Two Rudis) ; Haflinger gallop (Engelkinder family instrumentalists) -- Italy (sung by Gondoliers on the canals of Venice): Carnival of Venice ; Santa Lucia (Gianni Monese and his orchestra) ; Funiculi-funicula -- Near & Far East: Greece: Kalamantianos dance ; Lebanon: Ya alla oyallah yalla hay ; India: Sanai gath ; Pakistan: Tang Takore (story song in Pushtu [that is, Pushto], the Northwest Frontier) ; Bali: Ketchak monkey dance (chanted by 78 Balinese men) ; Java: Soliders' dance of Perdjuritan (trance dance music) ; Japan: Coal miners' song (Kyushu) -- Argentina: Adios muchachos (José Valdez y los Embajadores) -- Brazil: Baia (Los Indos Taba-Jaras: Herundy and Mussapere) -- Venezula: Ecos de llano (guarapo) (Herundy and Mussapere, guitars) -- West Indies: Hold 'em Joe (Calypso ballad) (Vincent Martin and his Bahamians) -- Mexico: La paloma (José Valdez y los Embajadores) ; Cu-cu-ru-cu (Bettini and his orchestra) -- Hawaii: Blue Hawaii ; Aloha oe (both sung by Charles K. L. Davis with Tom (Komaki) Monte and his orchestra)
Control code
1079365872
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
  • 12 in.
  • 12 in. diameter
Extent
2 audio discs
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Other physical details
analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo
Publisher number
  • AWP 1011
  • AWP 1012
  • AWP 1011-2
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)1079365872
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
Around the world in sound
Publication
Manufacture
Copyright
Note
  • Nelson Doubleday: AWP 1011 (disc 1) ; AWP 1012 (disc 2) (on container: AWP 1011-2)
  • Title from label
  • Representative pieces from around the world for a variety of ensembles
  • "Compatible stereo."
  • In manual sequence; in one container
  • Full contents and personnel listed on inserted sheet
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
performed music
Content type code
  • prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Pan American World Airways flight departure announcement (by Alexander Cacciola, Passenger Traffic representative at New York International Airport) -- England: Rule Britannia (Major H. [that is, Friedrich] Diesenroth and his military band) ; Pirates of Penzance. Policeman's song (also known as "When a felon's not engaged in his employment") (Company of Savoyards) ; British Grenadiers (Major H. Diesenroth and his military band) ; God save the Queen (the "official" traditional version) -- Scandinavia: Jyde Peter's trumpet polka ; Clemmensen's waltz (Henry Hansen and his orchestra) -- Russia: Song of the Volga boatmen (Black Sea Cossacks Chorus) -- Austria: Lechtaler raffele march (Engelkinder family instrumentalists) ; Pizzicato polka / Johann Strauss (Eduard Strauss, conductor, and his orchestra) ; Faikerlied (Viennese cafe song) (Vienna Concert Schrammeln and Fritz Jellinek) ; Third Man theme / Anton Karas (Anton Karas, zither) -- Germany: Gladiators' march (Major H. Diesenroth and his military band) ; Rolling home (traditional sea chanty in Plattdeutsch dialect) (Nautische Kameradschaft Neptun, Lübeck ; Captain H. Gaedke, conducting) -- France: Frere Jacques (sung by a group of Parisian school children) ; La Marseillaise (French national anthem) (sung by the people of Paris and led by Charles de Gaulle) ; Bal Musette (typical accordion music recorded in a bistro) ; Faut tout ça (Genivieve) ; Can-can (recorded inside a Paris night club) -- Spain: Granada (José Valdez y los Embajadores) ; Bulerias (guitar solo by Carlos Montoya) ; Capriccio Espagnol (Miguel de los Reyes y su ballet gitano ; Orquesta Montilla ; Enrique Estela, conductor) ; El gato montés (bullfight music) (Bander de Aviacion Española ; Manuel Gomez de Arriba, conductor ; special collaboration by Ronquillo)
  • Switzerland: Kuckucksjodler (Cuckoo yodel song) (Marieluise Tichy with the Two Rudis) ; Haflinger gallop (Engelkinder family instrumentalists) -- Italy (sung by Gondoliers on the canals of Venice): Carnival of Venice ; Santa Lucia (Gianni Monese and his orchestra) ; Funiculi-funicula -- Near & Far East: Greece: Kalamantianos dance ; Lebanon: Ya alla oyallah yalla hay ; India: Sanai gath ; Pakistan: Tang Takore (story song in Pushtu [that is, Pushto], the Northwest Frontier) ; Bali: Ketchak monkey dance (chanted by 78 Balinese men) ; Java: Soliders' dance of Perdjuritan (trance dance music) ; Japan: Coal miners' song (Kyushu) -- Argentina: Adios muchachos (José Valdez y los Embajadores) -- Brazil: Baia (Los Indos Taba-Jaras: Herundy and Mussapere) -- Venezula: Ecos de llano (guarapo) (Herundy and Mussapere, guitars) -- West Indies: Hold 'em Joe (Calypso ballad) (Vincent Martin and his Bahamians) -- Mexico: La paloma (José Valdez y los Embajadores) ; Cu-cu-ru-cu (Bettini and his orchestra) -- Hawaii: Blue Hawaii ; Aloha oe (both sung by Charles K. L. Davis with Tom (Komaki) Monte and his orchestra)
Control code
1079365872
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
  • 12 in.
  • 12 in. diameter
Extent
2 audio discs
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Other physical details
analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo
Publisher number
  • AWP 1011
  • AWP 1012
  • AWP 1011-2
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)1079365872
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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