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Various Artists - Traditional Swiss Musical Instruments album download
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Various Artists - Traditional Swiss Musical Instruments album download

Performer:
Various Artists
Album:
Traditional Swiss Musical Instruments
Style:
Western European Traditions
Duration:
01:15:52
MP3 archive size:
1591 mb
FLAC archive size:
1817 mb
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Rating:
4.2
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By Claves Records Presents. PLAY ALL. Traditional Swiss Musical Instruments. Released by Claves Records Jan 1996 62 Tracks. By Claves Records Presents.

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Album · 1996 · 37 Songs. Best of Schweizer Volksmusik - Traditional Swiss Folk Music - Kompositionen von Marino Manferdini. Il chante encore - L'Abbé Joseph Bovet. La Chanson de Fribourg.

Traditional instruments included alphorn, hammered dulcimer, fife, hurdy-gurdy, castanets, rebec, bagpipe, cittern and shawm. At the beginning of the 19th century, Swiss folk music was largely performed by ensembles made of itinerant musicians and solo acts using an instrument, with only a few duos. In the 1830s, however, the Swiss military was reorganized, leading to the formation of brass bands that used modern instruments. These instruments, mostly brass or wind, were built much better than those played by itinerants, and musicians brought them back to their villages

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Chlefeli Traditional 0:45
2 Chlefeli Traditional 0:13
3 Chlefeli Traditional 0:38
4 Loffle und Basne Traditional 1:21
5 Dreschen Traditional 1:11
6 Kuferstreich Traditional 0:42
7 Fyraabe Traditional 0:28
8 Mazoo Traditional 1:02
9 Tablech Traditional 0:35
10 Ratsche Traditional 0:52
11 Ratatac Traditional 1:20
12 Flaschenspiel Traditional 1:40
13 Carillo Traditional 2:40
14 Suonare Traditional 1:37
15 Schelle Traditional 1:55
16 Schalleschotte Traditional 1:13
17 Talerschwingen (Coin Rolling) Traditional 1:27
18 Rollschelle Traditional 2:30
19 Schelle, Rollschelle Traditional 1:10
20 Chapeau Chinois Traditional 2:25
21 Trumpi Traditional 1:59
22 Singende Sage Traditional 1:20
23 Trommel und Pfeife Traditional 1:21
24 Basler Trommel Traditional 0:44
25 Basler Trommel Traditional 0:26
26 Basler Trommel Traditional 0:31
27 Grosse Trommel Traditional 0:38
28 Rebogne Traditional 2:25
29 Schwyzer Zither Traditional 1:42
30 Schwyzer Zither Traditional 2:32
31 Glarner Zither Traditional 1:12
32 Waliser Hackett Traditional 2:05
33 Appenzeller Hackett Traditional 2:12
34 Appenzeller Hackett Traditional 1:55
35 Toggenburger Halszither Traditional 1:18
36 Toggenburger Halszither Traditional 1:19
37 Krienser Halszither Traditional 2:40
38 Schwyzer Geissle Traditional 0:55
39 Schnurre Traditional 0:25
40 Grashalm Traditional 0:34
41 Kerbelpfeife Traditional 0:06
42 Blatt Traditional 0:32
43 Furzere Traditional 0:26
44 Primula Traditional 0:26
45 Waldhorn Traditional 0:06
46 Eichellpfeife Traditional 0:07
47 Schublot da Marmel Traditional 0:10
48 Meiepfiiffe Traditional 0:32
49 Schwabelpfiiffli Traditional 2:16
50 Blockflote Traditional 1:42
51 Piccoloflote Traditional 1:07
52 Basler Pfeife Traditional 0:51
53 Hausorgel Traditional 0:46
54 Mundharmonika Traditional 1:06
55 Schwyzerorgeli Traditional 1:17
56 Klarinette Traditional 1:49
57 Tierhorn Traditional 0:33
58 Muschelhorn Traditional 0:17
59 Alphorn Traditional 2:53
60 Buchel Traditional 1:34
61 Volkstumliche Blechblasensembles Traditional 0:43
62 Volkstumliche Blechblasensembles Traditional 2:36