INDIVIDUAL AUDIO AND VIDEO PUBLICATIONS


KLEEMEYER 170
Dittersdorf, Haydn, Martín y Soler und Pleyel auf den zwölf Walzen der Flötenuhr Nr. 170 von Christian Ernst Kleemeyer, Berlin

Edited by Helmut Kowar.
Cuvillier Verlag, Göttingen, 2015.


Complete edition of all extant historical barrels of the flute clock made by Christian Ernst Kleemeyer in Berlin in 1793. Recorded in 2009 within the Phonogrammarchiv’s research project on the documentation of mechanical musical instruments, total playing time: 77:38 minutes.


MUSIQUE DE GENÈVE. HÖHEPUNKTE SCHWEIZER SPIELDOSENFERTIGUNG

Edited by Helmut Kowar.
Cuvillier Verlag (Orbis musicarum 87), Göttingen, 2010.




The programme of this CD includes overtures, arias and choruses from operas and oratorios as well as brilliantly arranged fantasies and variation works, all played by Swiss musical boxes made by the most prominent makers residing in Geneva. With these musical boxes coming from the time between 1828 and 1864 we find famous melodies and several hardly known pieces by Mozart, Rossini, Auber, Meyerbeer, Kreutzer, Mehul, Händel, Haydn, Weber, Mendelssohn, Benedict, Wallace. The music gives us some insight into the musical taste of former times and displays the art of arrangement which aims at musically pleasing reproduction and a splendid sound, with some arrangements revealing a stunning virtuosity and an unsurpassable perfection regarding the instruments’ playing qualities. That is why these instruments are rated by collectors and connoisseurs as the top-class performance of Swiss made musical boxes. The instruments are part of a private collection in Germany. They were recorded in 2006 in the course of a research project carried out at the Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.


FRELIK, SHER UN KHUSIDL ...

BRASS BANDS FROM PODOLIA, KLEZMER AND OTHER JEWISH MUSIC

Collected and edited by Isaak Loberan
Extraplatte, EX-PHA 001 (Field Recordings from the Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences 1), Wien, 2006.

 

This new CD series of the Phonogrammarchiv presents the results from field projects conducted in cooperation with the archive. Vol. 1 is dedicated to the recent field work by Isaak Loberan, the Vienna-based Klezmer musician and researcher.

CD with Booklet, 28 pp., comments in English, summaries in German and Russian.


AFRICAN TALES

Edited by Julia Ahamer, Christiane Fennesz-Juhasz & Helmut Kowar.
OEAW PHA SPS 1, Vienna, 2005.

 

 

 

 

 


„DAZÄHL'N" – 100 JAHRE DIALEKTAUFNAHME IN ÖSTERREICH

Selected and edited by Wilfried Schabus, with the help of Bauer et al.
OEAW PHA CD 20, 2003.

 

 

On the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the Wörterbuch der bairischen Mundarten in Österreich the Phonogrammarchiv is presenting this CD which documents its close cooperation with the “Institut für österreichische Dialekt- und Namenlexika” in the field of research into German dialects. Contents ranging from anecdotes over rhyming narrations to the exotic, such as a Pachamanca recipe from a Tyrolean enclave in Peru. The CD booklet offers a thorough textual and dialectological analysis of all recordings.


OH ROMNIJE ZELENIJE ... / FRAU, DU GRÜNE ...

Romenge paramisa taj gila – Märchen und Lieder der Roma
Edited by Christiane Fennesz-Juhasz & Mozes F. Heinschink.
Romani Projekt CD 3, 2003. Graz & Wien: Romani Projekt / Vertrieb Drava

 



The Triple CD presents selected examples of narrative and singing traditions of various Roma groups in South East and Central Europe. These sound recordings, made between 1960 and 2002, are part of the Phonogrammarchiv’s holdings.

Transcriptions and German translations are published in the book Die schlaue Romni ... – E bengali Romni ... Märchen und Lieder der Roma – So Roma phenen taj gilaben (The sly Romni ... Tales and songs of the Roma). Eds. P. Cech, C. Fennesz-Juhasz, D. W. Halwachs & M. F. Heinschink, Klagenfurt: Drava , 2003 (Deutsch - Romani; 352 pp.). ISBN 3-85435-413-4.


KODO PHENDE E ROMORA ... / DIES ERZÄHLTEN DIE ROM ...

Lovarenge paramici taj gjila – Märchen und Lieder der Lovara
Edited by Christiane Fennesz-Juhasz & Mozes F. Heinschink.
Romani Projekt CD 2, 2002. Graz & Wien: Romani Projekt / Vertrieb Drava

 

 


The Double CD presents sound recordings from the Heinschink Collection of the Phonogrammarchiv.


SCHUN, SO ME PHUKAVAV ... / HÖR, WAS ICH ERZÄHLE ...

Romane pamaristscha, phukajiptscha taj gila andar o Burgenland – Märchen, Erzählungen und Lieder der Roma aus dem Burgenland
Edited by Christiane Fennesz-Juhasz & Michael Wogg.
Romani Projekt CD 1, 2002. Graz & Wien: Romani Projekt / Vertrieb Drava

 


The CD presents sound recordings from the Rom culture collections of the Phonogrammarchiv.


MATU TEGASULA NJALA – AMALOBOOZI GE BUSWALE

Die Ohren gehen nicht hungrig schlafen – Stimmen aus Buswale
Recorded and edited by Clemens Gütl in cooperation with the Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
CGUETL CD 1. Salzburg: Sony, 1998.