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Éthiopiques

Éthiopiques is a series of compact discs featuring Ethiopian singers and musicians. Many of the CDs compile songs from various singles and albums that Amha Records, Kaifa Records and Philips-Ethiopia released during the 1960s and 1970s in Ethiopia. Prominent singers and musicians from this era appearing on Éthiopiques releases include Alemayehu Eshete, Asnaketch Worku, Mahmoud Ahmed, Mulatu Astatke and Tilahun Gessesse. However, some other releases contain new recordings.

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The Paris-based world music record label Buda Musique began the Éthiopiques series in 1997 and initially compiled Ethiopian popular music releases from the 1960s and 1970s. Some of the subsequent CDs focus on traditional music, while others highlight individual musicians or specific styles. As of 2017, there have been 30 releases. None of the CDs feature modern-day synthesizer-based Ethiopian pop music. Francis Falceto is the producer of the series.

Some songs from Éthiopiques Volume 4 were featured in the Jim Jarmusch film Broken Flowers.

  • (1998) Éthiopiques Volume 1: The Golden Years of Modern Ethiopian Music, various artists
  • (1998) Éthiopiques Volume 2: Tètchawèt! Urban Azmaris of the 90s, various artists
  • (1998) Éthiopiques Volume 3: Golden Years of Modern Ethiopian Music, various artists
  • (1998) Éthiopiques Volume 4: Ethio Jazz & Musique Instrumentale, 1969–1974, Mulatu Astatke
  • (1999) Éthiopiques Volume 5: Tigrigna Music, various artists
  • (1999) Éthiopiques Volume 6: Almaz, Mahmoud Ahmed
  • (1999) Éthiopiques Volume 7: Ere Mela Mela, Mahmoud Ahmed
  • (2000) Éthiopiques Volume 8: Swinging Addis, various artists
  • (2001) Éthiopiques Volume 9, Alemayehu Eshete
  • (2002) Éthiopiques Volume 10: Tezeta - Ethiopian Blues & Ballads, various artists
  • (2002) Éthiopiques Volume 11: The Harp of King David, Alemu Aga
  • (2003) Éthiopiques Volume 12: Konso Music and Songs, various artists
  • (2003) Éthiopiques Volume 13: Ethiopian Groove, various artists
  • (2003) Éthiopiques Volume 14: Negus of Ethiopian Sax, Getatchew Mekurya
  • (2003) Éthiopiques Volume 15: Jump to Addis, various artists
  • (2004) Éthiopiques Volume 16: The Lady with the Krar, Asnaketch Worku
  • (2004) Éthiopiques Volume 17, Tilahun Gessesse
  • (2004) Éthiopiques Volume 18: Asguèbba! various artists
  • (2005) Éthiopiques Volume 19: Alemye, Mahmoud Ahmed
  • (2005) Éthiopiques Volume 20: Live in Addis, Either/Orchestra with Mulatu Astatke, Getatchew Mekurya, Tsedenia G. Markos, Bahta Hewet, Michael Belayneh
  • (2006) Éthiopiques Volume 21: Ethiopia Song, Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou
  • (2007) Éthiogroove (DVD): Mahmoud Ahmed & Either/Orchestra, with Tsedenia G. Markos
  • (2007) Éthiopiques Volume 22: Alèmayèhu Eshèté, featuring Girma Bèyènè
  • (2007) Éthiopiques Volume 23: Orchestra Ethiopia
  • (2007) The Very Best of Éthiopiques: Hypnotic Grooves from the Legendary Series
  • (2009) Éthiopiques Volume 24: Golden Years of Modern Ethiopian Music 1969–1975
  • (2009) Éthiopiques Volume 25: Modern Roots 1971–1975
  • (2010) Éthiopiques Volume 26: Mahmoud Ahmed & His Imperial Bodyguard Band 1972-74
  • (2010) Éthiopiques Volume 27: Centennial of the First Ethiopian Recordings, Azmari Tèssèma Eshèté 1910
  • (2011) The Very Best of Éthiopiques: Cult Hits from the Original Series
  • (2013) Éthiopiques Volume 28: Great Oromo Music, Ali Mohammed Birra
  • (2014) Éthiopiques Volume 29: Mastawesha, Kassa Tessema
  • (2017) Éthiopiques Volume 30: "Mistakes On Purpose", Girma Bèyènè & Akalé Wubé
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  2. Addis Rumble Staff (2012-08-07). "Ethiopiques at vol. 27: Francis Falceto interviewed". Addis Rumble. Archived from the original on 2015-01-10. Retrieved2014-08-07.
  3. Alan Licht (October 2009). "Jim Jarmusch Unedited". The Wire. Retrieved2014-08-07.

Éthiopiques
Ethiopiques Language Watch Edit Ethiopiques is a series of compact discs featuring Ethiopian singers and musicians Many of the CDs compile songs from various singles and albums that Amha Records Kaifa Records and Philips Ethiopia released during the 1960s and 1970s in Ethiopia Prominent singers and musicians from this era appearing on Ethiopiques releases include Alemayehu Eshete Asnaketch Worku Mahmoud Ahmed Mulatu Astatke and Tilahun Gessesse However some other releases contain new recordings 1 Contents 1 Overview 2 Discography 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksOverview EditThe Paris based world music record label Buda Musique began the Ethiopiques series in 1997 and initially compiled Ethiopian popular music releases from the 1960s and 1970s Some of the subsequent CDs focus on traditional music while others highlight individual musicians or specific styles As of 2017 there have been 30 releases None of the CDs feature modern day synthesizer based Ethiopian pop music Francis Falceto is the producer of the series 2 Some songs from Ethiopiques Volume 4 were featured in the Jim Jarmusch film Broken Flowers 3 Discography Edit 1998 Ethiopiques Volume 1 The Golden Years of Modern Ethiopian Music various artists 1998 Ethiopiques Volume 2 Tetchawet Urban Azmaris of the 90s various artists 1998 Ethiopiques Volume 3 Golden Years of Modern Ethiopian Music various artists 1998 Ethiopiques Volume 4 Ethio Jazz amp Musique Instrumentale 1969 1974 Mulatu Astatke 1999 Ethiopiques Volume 5 Tigrigna Music various artists 1999 Ethiopiques Volume 6 Almaz Mahmoud Ahmed 1999 Ethiopiques Volume 7 Ere Mela Mela Mahmoud Ahmed 2000 Ethiopiques Volume 8 Swinging Addis various artists 2001 Ethiopiques Volume 9 Alemayehu Eshete 2002 Ethiopiques Volume 10 Tezeta Ethiopian Blues amp Ballads various artists 2002 Ethiopiques Volume 11 The Harp of King David Alemu Aga 2003 Ethiopiques Volume 12 Konso Music and Songs various artists 2003 Ethiopiques Volume 13 Ethiopian Groove various artists 2003 Ethiopiques Volume 14 Negus of Ethiopian Sax Getatchew Mekurya 2003 Ethiopiques Volume 15 Jump to Addis various artists 2004 Ethiopiques Volume 16 The Lady with the Krar Asnaketch Worku 2004 Ethiopiques Volume 17 Tilahun Gessesse 2004 Ethiopiques Volume 18 Asguebba various artists 2005 Ethiopiques Volume 19 Alemye Mahmoud Ahmed 2005 Ethiopiques Volume 20 Live in Addis Either Orchestra with Mulatu Astatke Getatchew Mekurya Tsedenia G Markos Bahta Hewet Michael Belayneh 2006 Ethiopiques Volume 21 Ethiopia Song Emahoy Tsegue Maryam Guebrou 2007 Ethiogroove DVD Mahmoud Ahmed amp Either Orchestra with Tsedenia G Markos 2007 Ethiopiques Volume 22 Alemayehu Eshete featuring Girma Beyene 2007 Ethiopiques Volume 23 Orchestra Ethiopia 2007 The Very Best of Ethiopiques Hypnotic Grooves from the Legendary Series 2009 Ethiopiques Volume 24 Golden Years of Modern Ethiopian Music 1969 1975 2009 Ethiopiques Volume 25 Modern Roots 1971 1975 2010 Ethiopiques Volume 26 Mahmoud Ahmed amp His Imperial Bodyguard Band 1972 74 2010 Ethiopiques Volume 27 Centennial of the First Ethiopian Recordings Azmari Tessema Eshete 1910 2011 The Very Best of Ethiopiques Cult Hits from the Original Series 2013 Ethiopiques Volume 28 Great Oromo Music Ali Mohammed Birra 2014 Ethiopiques Volume 29 Mastawesha Kassa Tessema 2017 Ethiopiques Volume 30 Mistakes On Purpose Girma Beyene amp Akale WubeSee also EditMusic of EthiopiaReferences Edit Joe Boyd 2011 Womex Award Francis Falceto womex com Archived from the original on 2014 12 07 Retrieved 2014 08 07 Addis Rumble Staff 2012 08 07 Ethiopiques at vol 27 Francis Falceto interviewed Addis Rumble Archived from the original on 2015 01 10 Retrieved 2014 08 07 Alan Licht October 2009 Jim Jarmusch Unedited The Wire Retrieved 2014 08 07 External links EditBuda Musique Ethiopiques Record Label Radio interview with Francis Falceto from National Public Radio Weekend Edition Sunday program July 16 2006 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Ethiopiques amp oldid 1043951994, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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