Hosein drumming, scenes III and IV

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Material Information

Title:
Hosein drumming, scenes III and IV
Physical Description:
Audio
Creator:
SB
Recording and Field Log
SB
Recording
Unidentified woman ( Performer )
Ahlee, Hammed ( Performer )
Harrilad, Michael ( Performer )
Sourage, Edward ( Performer )
Williams, Harry ( Performer )
Mohamed, Norris ( Performer )
Lomax, Alan ( Performer )
Publication Date:

Subjects

Genre:
Hosay/Hosein
spoken
talk/ambience
tassa
Spatial Coverage:
Trinidad and Tobago -- Port-Of-Spain -- Trinidad -- Port-Of-Spain

Notes

General Note:
Caribbean, Trinidad, Indo-Trinidadian
General Note:
A street in St. James
General Note:
Port of Spain 6/62
General Note:
T
General Note:
Caribbean 1962
General Note:
This session features Indo-Trinidadian drumming. The instrumentation consists of two bass drums, two tassa (kettle) drums, and a cymbal. Although the musicians are identified as being Muslim, the performance itself is not religious and many people participate in the dancing. At least part of the performance (if not all of it) takes place on the street(s) of St. James.
General Note:
An unidentified woman calls out the “scene” changes.
General Note:
vocal
General Note:
tassa drum
General Note:
bass drum
General Note:
cymbals
General Note:
Hosein Drum group
General Note:
Corcoroe Band

Record Information

Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
1113.0
System ID:
CA90000774:00001