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Disc 1
01
Út Trà Ôn, Huệ, Thủy Tôn Tẫn giả điên (VIETNAM)
03 :20
02
Sak Som Peo Ensemble Phleng Boran (CAMBODIA)
03 :01
03
Văn Hí Ban with the Văn Hí Ban Troupe Xứ tội Bàng Quí Phi, Thứ nhì (VIETNAM)
03 :11
05 03 :02
06
Ensemble of the Governor of Vientiane Nang Nak (LAOS)
03 :08
07
Ensemble of the Governor of Vientiane Khaek Mon (LAOS)
03 :36
08
Nguyễn Văn Minh, tức Minh-Con Nam Nhị-tự (VIETNAM)
02 :51
09 03 :17
10
Van Thanh Ban - Khổng Minh Mẫu Tầm Tử (VIETNAM)
03 :35
12
Nội Giam with the bản hát Văn Hí Ban Xữ tội Bàng Quí Phi (VIETNAM)
02 :55
14
Suphantha-amat and Pheng Bing Khap Salang (LAOS)
03 :17
15 03 :07
16
Nang Salit and Nang Nak, singers, with the Ensemble of the Governor of Vientiane Nang khluan (LAOS)
03 :17
17
Nang Salit and Nang Nak, singers, with the Ensemble of the Governor of Vientiane Lom phat sai khao (LAOS)
03 :17
18
Mụ Dinh and Mụ Dung Kim tiền (VIETNAM)
03 :28
19 02 :58
20
Phuma and Pheng Bing Khap Thum Lao (LAOS)
03 :15
21
Uncredited Pinpeat Ensemble Teb Bantom (CAMBODIA)
02 :54
22
Cô Ba Thịnh Gửi thư (VIETNAM)
03 :08
Disc 2
01
Sak Som Peo Ensemble Phleng Boran (CAMBODIA)
03 :04
02 02 :59
03
Uncredited Ensemble Khaek Lopburi (THAILAND)
02 :50
04
Mr. Thi, Ms. Duang-di, and Mr. Mi Khap Ngeum Thang Khaokan (LAOS)
03 :04
05
Thao Keota and Thao Nénh, khenes, with Thao Phou Xhon, Thit Oun and others Danse Ancienne (LAOS)
02 :49
06
Orchestre Bat-Âm Chant de Bateliers (VIETNAM)
02 :58
07
Uncredited Artists Promenade en Foret (LAOS)
02 :42
08 02 :56
10
Ms. Taeng, Ms. Sam, Ms. Huch, and the Ensemble of Mr. Soi Sang Wan Cha Pi (CAMBODIA)
03 :16
11
Zhong Zheng Shun Xiang Chaozhou Opera Troupe Zhan Zhao Bi Jian (THAILAND)
03 :12
12
Thewaprasit Ensemble Pleng Sen Lao Na (THAILAND)
03 :03
13
Molam Nuanchan and Amphon Sangachit, with Thongsa Khrongsap Lam Toei Jep Saep (THAILAND)
03 :07
14
Piphat Phataya-koson Homrong Chan Chao (THAILAND)
03 :03
15
Mr. Muean and Ms. Aet with the Sak Som Peo Ensemble Srey Sroh Mien Thrung (CAMBODIA)
03 :04
16
Cậu Tôn Út, Cậu Quế , Cậu Ba Đờn Huế, Cổ bản (VIETNAM)
02 :58
17
Phuma and Pheng Bing An Nangsue Thawng Kan (LAOS)
03 :18
18
Lệ Thủy, Nam Cơ, And Bảy Bá (Viễn Châu) Chúc Anh Đài
02 :51
19
Duriyapranit Piphat Ensemble & Chorus Rabam Dawadoeng (THAILAND)
02 :54
20
Nang Salit and Nang Nak, and the Ensemble of the Governor of Vientiane Huang A-lai (LAOS)
03 :20
21
Yot Silapin Ensemble Khaek Khao (THAILAND)
03 :13
22
Yot Silapin Ensemble Phram Dit Nam Dao (THAILAND)
02 :44
23
Phloen Phromdaen Lam Khaen (THAILAND)
03 :11
Disc 3
01 03 :15
02
Kotsanabanthoeng Paired Piphat Ensemble Ffawn Jao Sri Oi (THAILAND)
02 :51
03
Bunyong Ketkhong Doi Rup (THAILAND)
03 :01
04
Ma Sein by Mingala Ma Thein Nyunt, Ma Sein Thin, Ma Sein Thi A Ngyeint, Lay Pyay Htoh Lu Byet Ka, Ma Sein Hkaw Welcoming Ma Thein Nyunt , Ma Sein Thin, Ma Sein Thi and Their A Ngyeint Dancers and Singers with Finale, Clown Dance, and Introduction of Ma Sein (BURMA)
02 :58
05
Mingala Ma Thein Nyunt, Ma Sein Thin, Ma Sein Thi A Ngyeint A Hsan Hhtoh Mingala Ma Thein Nyunt, Ma Sein Thin, Ma Sein Thi A Ngyeint Presenting Some New Tunes (BURMA)
03 :05
06
Yawt Silabin Troupe Mon Ap Son (THAILAND)
03 :00
07
Mar Mar Aye, and the Mandalay Myoma Ensemble Hnit Kan Pyaing Hpuza (BURMA)
03 :07
08
Nai Po & Thai Royal Page Military Brass Band Pleng Khrawp Chakara Wan Thao Tawn Abu Hassan Taeng Ngan (THAILAND)
03 :16
09
Yadana Myit and Taung Dwin U Kyawt Son Nant Tha Myaing: Sha Pon Gyi (BURMA)
02 :59
10
Nai Chon & Nai Suk with the Luang Sano Phinphat Ensemble Lakhon Rueang Kraithong (THAILAND)
03 :41
11
Honorable Mom Luang Thawi Watriwong Lao Phan (THAILAND)
03 :04
12 02 :50
13
Lady Charoen, and the Bang Khun Phrom Palace Khene Band Tap Phraw Law (THAILAND)
03 :11
14
Ma Sein Sin and Saya Htun Hpe Sanda Min Yodaya (BURMA)
03 :04
15 02 :58
16
Maung Pwa Gyi Shit Hkan Palin (BURMA)
03 :13
17
Piphat Troupe of Khru, with teacher Rawt Aksarathap of Chiangmai Khap Mai Ban Doh (THAILAND)
02 :30
18
Pyi Hla Hpe Ba Ba Win (BURMA)
02 :50
19 03 :03
20 03 :16
21 02 :55
22
Ma Kyi Aung Mi Ba Myitta (BURMA)
03 :10
23
Mah Thane May Yodaya Bwe Gyi (BURMA)
03 :03
24 02 :59
Disc 4
01
Nji Ajat with Tjelempoeng Orkest "Panglipoer Galih" Lambaresik (INDONESIA)
03 :01
02
Miss Riboet Dji Hong (INDONESIA)
03 :09
03
Miss Rohani, Pancharan Muda Kr. Party, and the Chap Ayam Orkest Dondang Sayang (MALYASIA/SINGAPORE)
03 :20
04
Ropaoen Batoebara Ile-Ile (INDONESIA)
02 :37
05
Male singer with Violin, Young Children Tumba Lela-Lelan (INDONESIA)
01 :29
06
Gender Wajang, Koeta Angkat-Angatan (INDONESIA)
02 :59
07
Uncredited Chinese Wedding Ensemble Pengantin Berarak (MALYASIA/SINGAPORE)
02 :48
08
Oman, Doeleh, and K.O.E. Sabri Tjikadjangan (INDONESIA)
03 :18
10 03 :23
12
Upit Sarimanah with Gamelan Sunda "Pusaka," led by R. Tuteng Djobari Ka Abdi (INDONESIA)
02 :57
13
Gamelan Musicians of Yogyakarta, Java Babarlajar Mataram (INDONESIA)
03 :07
14
Obid, singer with the Special Singapore Malay Orchestra Gambos Sri Mahkota Kelantan (MALYASIA/SINGAPORE)
02 :59
15
Ni Lemon, Singer with the Group Djanger Abijan-Timboel Poetih Poetih Sapoet Andoek (INDONESIA)
02 :47
16
H. Dolmat and Saianah Chek Siti I (MALYASIA/SINGAPORE)
03 :25
17
Mas Adjeng P. Laras Aroem with Gamelan Tjakran of Tuan Liem Yoe Giok Titipati (MALYASIA/SINGAPORE)
03 :14
18
Jetty and Suhairi, Singers with Orkes Gambang Keromong Kitjir Kitjir (INDONESIA)
02 :50
19 02 :42
20
Saemah, Singer with the Osman Ahmad Orchestra Wak Daing (MALYASIA/SINGAPORE)
03 :10
21
Moh Aminor Aidjawi, Singer with Orkest Setia Pamoedah Aer Mata Djato Berlinang (INDONESIA)
03 :06
ARTIST
TITLE
Longing for the Past: The 78 RPM Era in Southeast Asia
FORMAT
4CD BOX/BOOK

LABEL
CATALOG #
DTD 028CD DTD 028CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
10/1/2013

Longing for the Past: The 78 RPM Era in Southeast Asia is the first survey of the 78 RPM record era in Southeast Asia. It is a kaleidoscopic collection featuring four CDs with 90 tracks of music spanning six decades (1905-1966), accompanied by a 272-page book with essays and annotations by leading ethnomusicologists that is richly illustrated with more than 250 vintage photographs, record labels, and sleeves. David Murray is the curator of Haji Maji (www.HajiMaji.com), a blog dedicated to the exploration of 78 RPM Asian music. He previously produced two LPs for Dust-to-Digital: Luk Thung: Classic & Obscure 78s from the Thai Countryside (DTD 029CD) and Kassidat: Raw 45s from Morocco (DTD 032CD/PT 2004LP). Longing for the Past: The 78 RPM Era in Southeast Asia continues the mission of Dust-to-Digital to explore the early days of recorded sound from around the world. Much like Opika Pende: Africa at 78 RPM (DTD 022CD) broke new ground in research while reissuing dozens of tracks for the very first time, Longing for the Past examines an era of music from a geographical region that has remained hidden until now.