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Putumayo Presents : Music from the Tea Lands CD

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  • CD (18 octobre 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD
  • Label: Putumayo
  • ASIN : B00004W5LV
  • Autres éditions : CD
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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1. Tatarstan - Caginou - Zulya
2. China - Picking Flowers - Lei Qiang
3. Pakistan - Hangama Hai Kyon Barpa - Ghulam Ali
4. India - For Julia - Sanjay Mishra
5. Japan - Utuwaskarap - Oki
6. Turkey - Gerizler Basi - Okan Murat Ozturk
7. Iran - Afshari - Kamil Alipour
8. Indonesia - Anggopanku - Hila Hambala
9. China/Usa - The Empress - Ancient Future
10. Indonesia - Kang Mandor - Ujang Suryana

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Un voyage musical apaisant à travers les pays producteurs de thés. Sanjay Mishra, Ghulam Ali, Lei Qiang...

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Par Véronique TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 13 novembre 2011
Format: CD
Un cd très sympa de musiques traditionnelles d'Asie (Pakistan, Chine, Inde, Japon, Iran, Turquie, Indonésie...), produit par l'excellent label "Putumayo world music". Si je trouve le premier morceau un peu lent et triste, j'adore tous les autres qui me font voyager dans mon fauteuil. A écouter de préférence en sirotant un thé parfumé.
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Tea Time never sounded so good 12 septembre 2002
Par Joanna D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
There are quite a few fascinating cuts on this CD, including some very rare music from Japanese musician Oki that highlight his Ainu heritage. The Ainu are the Japanese aborigines, living on the island and anthropologically quite different from the Asiatic strain of Japanese. It's a very pretty folk song, and something you won't find on a CD every day.
My other favorite was the opening song by Zulya. She is a Tatar, that is, one of the Asiatic Russian peoples. What is interesting here is the mix of the Mali kora as an accompaniment. At first, I was a bit surprised to hear the kora (it's not from Tatarstan--it's an African instrument), but I must say it made for a lovely mix with the beautiful and mysterious-sounding song. The rest of the CD is pretty good, too, with especially nice music from Persia and Turkey.
If you ever brew a pot of tea, try serving it in those thin Turkish or Russian tea glasses instead of mugs on a cold winter day, and put on this CD. Lots of romantic atmosphere, and a great way to relax. Highly Recommended.
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My heart has been stolen 15 mars 2001
Par C. Gray - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When I first previewed this cd in a local Borders bookstore, I wrinkled my nose at a few of the tracks. But I must tell you it wasn't until I took the wraps off at home and paired it with my favorite incense that the overall spirituality of this cd soaked through.
It was initially "Saginou" that stole my heart, then "Kang Mandor", but gradually I was ovecome by the entire flow of the compilation. They really do work well together.
My hat's off to the compilation specialist and Putumayo for one of my favorite compilations, ever. (and I'm QUITE picky about what I choose to let in)
If you're the relaxation type who enjoys music that soothes and heals, you should definitely consider this one.
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One of my favorite CDs ever 14 septembre 2005
Par ceapena - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Putmayo's Music from the Tea Lands is one of my favorite CDs ever. I have a few Putmayo collection CDs, and while I like all of them, this one blows all of the others out of the water. The music has a magical quality, but not in a new-agey, overly-sweet way. It is ethereal but not ungrounded, transportive but not sleep-inducing. When I went to the hospital to give birth I brought 2 CDs with me - this one and Toumani Diabate's Kaira (which is African kora music - if you like Music from the Tea Lands you should definitely check this one out). As I played these 2 CDs over and over (and over and over) during labor the hospital staff kept complimenting the music and the atmosphere that it created. (Ultimately I gave birth to the Toumani Diabate CD.) Everyone I have ever played this for has fallen in love with it. I highly recommend this one!
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Journey Across the Asian Continent 2 septembre 2006
Par Zekeriyah - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Billed as a journey across the "Tea Lands", this CD gives an incredible survey of the musical styles of Asia. Asia is a vast and diverse continent, from the frozen steppes of the north to the tropical jungles of India and SE Asia. Some of the oldest civilizations arose there, along the Indus River (in Paksitan) and the Yellow River valley (in China). The religions of Hinudism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, and Shinto arose in Asia, and Indonesia is the world's largest Muslim countrie. The world's two largest countries, India and China, are both in Asia. The result? You have an incredible variety of languages, cultures and people, all with their own styles of music. Any CD managing to cover even a little of that diversity is amazing, but this CD manages to do just that.

So just whats on this CD, you might ask. Well, alot of good stuff, actually. From the tiny semi-autonomous republic of Tatarstan, Zulya performs a haunting, melodic song. Pakistani singer Ghulam Ali sings a ghazal of love and devotion, while Iranian setar and tar player Kamil Alipour shows the wonder of classical Persian music in the mode Dastgah Afshari. Indonesian composer Ujang Suryana leads a Gamelan ensemble, Turkey's Okan Murat Ozturk demonstrates Anatolian folk music, and Oki revives the traditions of Japan's indigenous culture with Ainu pop, complete with the hankori, a native Ainu instrument. Yes, thats right, Ainu pop! Chinese erhu-player Lei Qiang does a traditional song from Sichuan, while the group Ancient Future does a mellow techno number drawing upon Chinese, Japanese and Indian instrumentation.

This is good music, quite appropriate for listening to while drinking tea if your so inclined. In fact, the booklet includes a history of tea and it's cultural role, as well as a recipe for Indian chaai. The Putumayo label has put out a number of great world music CDs, and this should definately be included amongst them. Listening to this CD will shatter any stereotypes you may have about Asian music. It is certainly worth adding to your collection, and good music to listen to while drinking tea, meditating or just chilling out. Several of my friends have commented that they liked this CD as well, and were amazed at how diverse Asian music is. So do yourself a favor and check out this CD, along with some of the other compilations from Putumayo.
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So Good You Could Drink It 21 septembre 2006
Par shaunzy83 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
At first i had doubts when i bought this cd, thinking it was going to be a little over the top. I was suprised to find out that I was wrong. All the songs are so light and dainty and beautifully composed. I especially liked Sanjay Mishra's "For Julia" and Ancient Future's "The Empress", but I absolutely loved Lei Quang's "Picking Flowers". This is by far one of my favorite Putumayo albums. I even like it better than Music From The Coffee Lands!
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