Africavox-dg1-ax99

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Audio file

Title/Work Dingli
Author(s)/Composer(s) unknown
Image(s)
StamperID-Africavox-dg1-ax99.jpg


High resolution audio (Flac) FLAC · FLAC (Commons)
Compressed audio (Ogg Vorbis) none
Genre(s) African music in Toma language
Content Musique de fête - Chant et tambours
Description Africavox DG 1
Lyricist(s) unknown
Music arranger(s) none
Conductor(s) none
Performer(s) Toma people
Vocal range various
Label Africavox
Cat. no. DG 1
Order number AX 99
Matrix/StamperID AX-99-
Place of recording Bouéïlazou, Canton de Baézia (Guinea)
1st recording date 1 January 1953 - 31 December 1953[1]
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Coupling date unknown
Cutout date unknown
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1st release date 1954?
PD CH 1 January 2005
PD EU 1 January 2005
PD USA 1 January 2005
PD INT 1 January 2025



References

  1. CREM: Item : Dingli [musique de fête] 004_Face B; Aufnahmedatum: 1. Januar 1953 - 31. Dezember 1953, Link to the record

Licensing

    
Public domain This file is in the public domain, because it is a recording based on a folkloric or traditional song which has fallen out of copyright and any recording rights to this version have expired. In Germany, this recording right is called "Leistungsschutz" and lasts for 50 years from the date the work was created. In the USA, it only applies to recordings "fixed" before February 15, 1972 (See Template:PD-US-record). For recordings from Italy, see Template:PD-Italy-audio. Other countries may have differing legislation.


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