UW Ethnomusicology Archives video recordings: Visiting Artist concert with Li Bo, Mudzunga Davhula, 2009-04-28  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Sercombe, Laurel; University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives
Title
UW Ethnomusicology Archives video recordings: Visiting Artist concert with Li Bo, Mudzunga Davhula
Dates
2009-04-28
Quantity
2 items  :  OT - 2 vcts (mini-DV) (digital, stereo); QuickTime Movie files - 2 .mov files (B01C001.mov, B02C001.mov); WD - 2 DVDs (digital, stereo); Duration: 2:00:00; article from UW Daily
Collection Number
2009004
Summary
Annual Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist concert featuring Li Bo and Mudzunga Junniah Davhula recorded at the University of Washington, Meany Theater, April 28, 2009.
Repository
University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives
University of Washington
Ethnomusicology Archives
Box 353450
Seattle, WA
98195-3450
Telephone: 206-543-0974
ethnoarc@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

Access is restricted.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Li Bo was born in the lnner Mongolia in 1955. He graduated from the Music department of Mongolia College. Now he is a member of the China Musicians' Association and standing member of the lnner Mongolian Musicians' Association, standing member of China's Northem Folk Art Research Society, member of Japan's Copyright Association. Li Bo's main selection includes The Tale of Matouqin. The Distant Ao Ter, etc. He worked and played his instrument in Momgolian Broadcasting and TV Troupe in 1987, the next year he won the first prize in the Inner Mongolian Qing City Art Festival. In 1989 his matouqin tape album was in the market, and he performed in Beijing Concert Hall with the accompaniment of China Central Philharmonic Orchestra at the same year. In 1995 his album The Distant Ao Ter was distributed. The same year the "Li Bo Matouqin Foundation" was established in Japan. Li Bo's performing activity is mainly in Japan and he is regarded as "the top Matouqin player". His playing style is a combination of emotion and grace and his playing skills are almost perfect.

- https://www.domomusicgroup.com

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Recorded by Laurel Sercombe for the UW Ethnomusicology Archives simultaneously on mini-DV tape and hard drive (Novia QC A2D2 hard drive recorder; Panasonic DVX-100 camcorder; audio mix from pair of KM-184 cardioid mics and P.A. feed from house sound)

Contents:

Concert 1st half - Music of Mongolia: Li Bo, Morin Khuur - Introduction by Shannon Dudley; Four Seasons and Running Horses (with Erin Maloney, April Nishimura, and Leah Pogwizd, morin khuur); Suho's White Horse (with Memmi Ochi, narrator); Air on the G String (with Sachi Hirakouji, piano); To the Outur, Far and Away (with Sachi Hirakouji, piano); Sun on the Prairie (with Xiaoyan Bao, dance); Prayer of Heaven; Encore: Galloping Horses (total duration: 52:08)

Concert 2nd half - Music of South Africa: Mudzunga Junniah Davhula and the UW Venda Ensemble - Introduction by Shannon Dudley; Washington (composed by M.J. Davhula); Tswi Tswi Tswi (folk song); Mutwa wo lala (sung version of a folktale); Tshitiriri tsho lila (improvisation song); Ro takala (We are happy); Thungununu (The King Fisher Bird); Ndilindee Ndilindee (folk song); Venda la hashu (Our Country Venda); Drum interlude; Phulu mutada (dance - The Yellow Bull); Hogo (dance - men's initiation); Tshikona (national reed dance); Domba (python dance); Kha vha sale (a farewell song) (total duration: 59:26)

Original tapes (OTs) imported to iMovie files and left unedited; QuickTime files imported and edited slightly in iMovie; work disc (WD) copies made 5/2009.

Durations: 2009-4.1 OT - first half of concert, unedited (52:23); 2009-4.2 OT - second half of concert, unedited (1:02:24); 2009-4.1 HD- first half of concert, edited version (52:08); 2009-4.2 HD - second half of concert, edited version (59:26)

Documentation: Concert flyer, program

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Description Dates
2009004-0001: Visiting Artist Concert: Li Bo
1 optical media : DVD - unpublished; Tracks: 8
Concert 1 st half - Music of Mogolia: Li Bo, Morin Khuur - Introduction by Shannon Dudley; Four Seasons and Running Horses (with Erin Maloney, April Nishimura, and Leah Pogwizd, morin khuur); Suho's White Horse (with Memmi Ochi, narrator); Air on the G String (with Sachi Hirakouji, piano); To the Outur, Far and Away (with Sachi Hirakouji, piano); Sun on the Prairie (with Xiaoyan Bao, dance); Prayer of Heaven; Encore: Galloping Horses(total duration: 52:08)
2009-04-28
2009004-0002: Visiting Artist Concert: Mudzunga Davhula
1 optical media : DVD - unpublished; Tracks: 13
Concert 2 nd half - Music of South Africa: Mudzunga Junniah Davhula and the UW Venda Ensemble - Introduction by Shannon Dudley; Washington (composed by M. J. Davhula); Tswi Tswi Tswi (folk song); Mutwa wo lala (sung version of a folktale); Tshitiriri tsho lila (improvisation song); Ro takala (We are happy); Thungununu (The King Fisher Bird); Ndilindee Ndilindee (folk song); Venda la hashu (Our Country Venda); Drum interlude; Phulu mutada (dance - The Yellow Bull); Hogo (dance - men's initiation); Tshikona (national reed dance); Domba (python dance); Kha vha sale (a farewell song) (total duration: 59:26)
2009-04-28

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Concerts
  • Dance--Mongolia
  • Dance--South Africa (Venda)
  • Ethnomusicology
  • Morin Khuur
  • Venda
  • Video recordings in ethnomusicology
  • Geographical Names :
  • Mongolia--Asia--Central Asia
  • Seattle (Wash.)
  • South Africa
  • World
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Video recordings
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Bo, Li (performer)
    • Davhula, Mudzunga Junniah (performer)
    • Corporate Names :
    • University of Washington Venda Ensemble (performer)