Archive for February, 2015

Radio Correspondence of Women Artists

2015/02/14

A Compilation released in celebration of World Radio Day 2015 

easy download, MP3 Compilation (51.7 MB; 39 minutes; 15 mp3 tracks)

. The Remixes presented here were contributed by artists from around the world in response to recordings with Women in Arts, Culture and Media from Zambia and Zimbabwe. It’s a sonic correspondence across continents and cultures, intended to make the voices of Women Artists from Africa heard in “the global village”. The contributors and correspondents are:

Anna Stereopoulou (Greece) – Virginia Phiri (Zimbabwe)

Antye Greie (Finland) – Ruvimbo Tenga (Zimbabwe)

Danny Thompson (UK) – Soneni Gwizi; Virginia Phiri; Thembi Ngwabi (Zimbabwe); Petronella (Zambia); Mulenga Kapwepwe (Zambia)

Dinah Bird (France) – Mavis Moyo (Zimbabwe)

Dixie Treichel (US) – Mavis Moyo (Zimbabwe)

Donna Maya (Germany) – Soneni Gwizi (Zimbabwe)

Felicity Ford (UK) – Esnart Mweemba (Zambia)

Gael Segalen (France) and Pamela Kenmoé (US) – Chiwoniso Maraire; Linda Gabriel; Ruvimbo Tenga (Zimbabwe); Zambia Popular Theatre Alliance

Inge van den Kroonenberg and “the Genetic Choir” (Netherlands) – Virginia Phiri (Zimbabwe)

Jordan Thomas (Canada) – Mulenga Kapwepwe (Zambia)

Kat Bpm (UK) – Soneni Gwizi; Virginia Phiri (Zimbabwe)

Luiza Schulz (Brazil, Austria) “Pontos de escuta”

Patricia Walsh (UK) – Joyce Jenje Makwenda (Zimbabwe)

Sarah Washington (Germany, UK) – Annie Mpalume (Zimbabwe)

Sirpa Jokinen (Finland) – Virginia Phiri (Zimbabwe)

Valerie Vivancos (France) – Mavis MoyoThandanani Women’s Ensemble (Zimbabwe)

The remix artists chose one (or more) of the voices and stories which inspired them to respond in sound, and created musical remixes involving also their own recordings, background or personal story. All listeners are warmly invited to continue the correspondence by using the Remixes in broadcasts, sound- and radio pieces, or perhaps in a sound track for a film, and so on… The source recordings as well as the remixes are free for use and download under creative commons licenses.

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