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Owner description: The Mario Cervo Archive represents the world's most important collection dedicated to Sardinian music. The Archive guards the... more » Owner description: The Mario Cervo Archive represents the world's most important collection dedicated to Sardinian music. The Archive guards the majority of the traditional Sardinian repertoire that was recorded and published between 1922 and 1997. The repertoire is comprised of over 6000 disks that were catalogued and ordered by the ethnomusicologist Paolo Angeli, and thanks to the intervention of the Istituto Superiore Regionale Etnografico (the regional institute of ethnography). The Archive's material allows in-depth investigation on the musical happenings of Sardinia in the 1900's. The Archive's core is traditional music, expressed through different genres, such as the "canto a chitarra" (a monody in Sardinian language or Gallurese dialect, accompanied by a guitar), the "gara poetica" (impromptu poetry challenge), the "canto a tenores" (polyphonic folk singing, characteristic of Barbagia), the "canto campidanese" (a monody in Campidanese dialect), Launeddas (a typical Sardinian woodwind instrument made of three pipes), tasdja and "canto a concord" (a polyphonic vocal style characteristic of Gallura and Logudoro, respectively), and finally instrumental chants and dances. « less
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