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Eight Years After: recordings of various folk songs from Egypt, Mexico, Thailand, and Syria

(Audio recording)

Language: English

This recording begins with a reading from page six of the UNESCO progamme, Eight Years After. This recording includes a variety of songs, dances, and ceremonies from around the world. This recording features: a song from the Tarrasques Indigenous peoples of Mexico, a recording of puppet show in Thailand, a singing lesson from a Thailand school, an extract from a speech in Arabic made by the Minister of Health in Syria, and Aramaic prayer recorded in the Village of Moabula, a recording of an Egyptian crowd yelling “Vive UNESCO,” a recording of Egyptian girls singing and dancing, and other un-named tracks.

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Place/region: Egypt, Mexico, Thailand, Syria, Latin America, North Africa, Asia and the Pacific
Type: Radio programme
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Publisher: UNESCO Radio
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Original: Reel-to-reel audio tape
Location: F-S.314
UMVS reference: STV2748
Studio TV ref.: RAD/2748
Rights holder: UNESCO