» » Various - Kazbek: Field Recordings From The Caucasus 2012 - 2014

Various - Kazbek: Field Recordings From The Caucasus 2012 - 2014 album

Various - Kazbek: Field Recordings From The Caucasus 2012 - 2014 album Performer: Various
Title: Kazbek: Field Recordings From The Caucasus 2012 - 2014
Date of release: 2016
Size MP3: 1658 mb
Size FLAC: 1847 mb
Rating: 4.8
Format: DXD AHX AAC VOX AUD FLAC VQF

All sounds recorded in Georgia, Abkhazia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkey between 2012 and 2014. Originally issued by Winebox Press in 2014 as Kazbek: Field Recordings From The Caucasus 2012 - 2014. 2 x cassette (C94; C84) in clear library case. Full color sleeve with folding color insert.

This collection acts as something of a Bootleg Series companion to the Mountains of Tongues LP and features material from the same sessions as well as more recent recordings from June and July 2014.

Various - Kazbek: Field Recordings From The Caucasus 2012 - 2014 MP3 album ZIP archive. 1534 downloads at 15 mb/s. Various - Kazbek: Field Recordings From The Caucasus 2012 - 2014 FLAC album ZIP archive. 1824 downloads at 21 mb/s. Various - Kazbek: Field Recordings From The Caucasus 2012 - 2014 WMA album ZIP archive. 1853 downloads at 19 mb/s.

It is the third-highest peak in Georgia (after Mount Shkhara and Janga) and the seventh-highest summit in the Caucasus Mountains. Kazbek is also the second-highest volcanic summit in the Caucasus, after Mount Elbrus.

We have studied catastrophic glacial events of 2014 in the Kazbek-Dzhimaray massif, Caucasus Mt. Georgia. The first event is a so called "Kazbek blockage" of the Georgian Military Road, on 17 May 2014, which formed. as a result of an ice-rock avalanche onto the Devdorak Glacier, and is similar to blockages which occurred in the. same location in the 18th-19th century. The second event is a consequent debris flow on 20 August 2014. In May, June 2014 and September 2015 we conducted three field investigations of the disaster zone, which includes

Kazbek (Caucasus, Georgia) in 2014доклад на конференции. The first event is a so called "Kazbek blockage" of the Georgian Military Road, on 17 May 2014, which formed as a result of an ice-rock avalanche onto the Devdorak Glacier, and is similar to blockages which occurred in the same location in the 18th-19th century. In May, June 2014 and September 2015 we conducted three field investigations of the disaster zone, which includes Devdorak Glacier, Amilishka and Kabakhi river valleys, the Terek River valley near the Kabakhi River mouth, and a temporary lake

Jani Hirvonen - Field Recordings From India. Plu-Ton - Magnetic Field. Jez riley French - Field Recordings Volume 20. Various - Across The Field! - At Its Best. Kelly Jayne Jones - The whales have information we don't. Neon Pulse - Field Recordings From The Heart Station. com, All rights reserved Feedback.

Various - Field Recordings From India. mhz - My First Recordings In Exploration Of Nature. Foundry Field Recordings, The - Prompts/Miscues. Loscil - New Brighton Field Study. Various - The Abkhaz Of Caucasus. Tobias Bolt - Field Recordings Of Baja And Mexico City. Iceage - Plowing into the field of love. Harappian Night Recordings - Tabassum. com All rights reserved.

Greater Caucasus is the major mountain range of the Caucasus Mountains. The range stretches for about 1,200 kilometres (750 mi) from west-northwest to east-southeast, between the Taman Peninsula of the Black Sea to the Absheron Peninsula of the Caspian Sea: from the Western Caucasus in the vicinity of Sochi on the northeastern shore of the Black Sea and reaching nearly to Baku on the Caspian. The range is traditionally separated into three parts: Western Caucasus, from the Black Sea to Mount Elbrus.

Kazbek is also the second-highest volcanic summit in the Caucasus, after Mount Elbrus. The summit lies directly to the west of the town of Stepantsminda and is the most prominent geographic feature of the area. Mount Kazbek is the highest peak of Eastern Georgia. Mount Kazbek is associated in Georgian folklore with Amirani, the Georgian version of Prometheus, who was chained on the mountain in punishment for having stolen fire from the gods and having given it to mortals. The location of his imprisonment later became the site of an Orthodox hermitage located in a cave called "Betlemi" (Bethlehem) at around the 4,000-meter level.

Tracklist

Songs And Ensembles
A1 Ashiq Alesker Untitled
A2 Unknown Artist Borchali Poem
A3 Ashiq Nargile* Untitled
A4 Ramaz Davitadze Untitled
A5 Gio Shavkhelishvili Untitled
A6 Pankisi Ensemble Untitled
A7 Circassian Dernegi Untitled
A8 Ensemble Gunda Untitled
Vocal
B1 Levan Veshapidze Untitled
B2 Racha Ensemble Untitled
B3 Anchiskhati Choir Untitled
B4 Ensemble Odoia Untitled
B5 Racha Ensemble Untitled
B6 Pankisi Ensemble Untitled
B7 Bayram Untitled
B8 Molokan Cousins Untitled
B9 Kadir Yilmaz Untitled
B10 Olia Untitled
B11 Molokan Cousins Untitled
B12 Molokan Cousins Untitled
Wind And Reeds
C1 Unknown Artist May 2nd Wrestling Festival
C2 Gia Lagazidze Untitled
C3 Shaliko Untitled
C4 Bakur Chikviladze Untitled
C5 Levan Veshapidze Untitled
C6 Lola Metreveli And Grastia Ordinidze Untitled
C7 Meri Jikoshvili Untitled
C8 Bülent Bekar Untitled
C9 Natela Untitled
C10 Unknown Artist Azeri Engagement Party
C11 Levan Veshapidze Untitled
C12 Natela Untitled
C13 Natela Untitled
Instrumental Songs
D1 Sergo Kamalov Untitled
D2 Amar Halbaev Untitled
D3 Ashiq Garib Untitled
D4 Amar Halbaev Untitled
D5 Nikolas Shavkhelishvili Untitled
D6 Emrullah Untitled
D7 Abbas Zafar Mohammadi Untitled
D8 Amirani Nekerauli Untitled

Notes

All sounds recorded in Georgia, Abkhazia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkey between 2012 and 2014. Originally issued by Winebox Press in 2014 as Kazbek: Field Recordings From The Caucasus 2012 - 2014.

2 x cassette (C94; C84) in clear library case. Full color sleeve with folding color insert.