Two suggestions ... one serious and one 'last resort'. The
serious suggestion would be to track down a group called Les
Musiciens du Nile (a.k.a. the Musicians of the Nile, depending on
which store you're in). They play a traditional folk/gypsyish
sort of music which is native to the Upper Nile region. I saw
them live once and they're definitely evocative of something
rather ancient (they play on traditional instruments as well).
The last resort suggestion would be to track down the Alan
Parsons Project album called "Pyramid", which is at least
evocative, if not traditional ... (perhaps you could play both?).
On Monday, October 7, 2002, 9:44:15 PM, Connie scripsit:
> Hi, checking back in with you all after an absence of a couple months. Please forgive if this is a topic covered recently...I didn't see it in the achives.
> I am preparing a lesson for grades K-5 on Ancient Egyptian art, focusing on a brief overview of the art, architecture and culture, and spending more time on reliefs and hieroglyphics. I like to
> include music appropriate to the artist or culture when the students are working on the accompanying project. (we'll be making clay relief tablets) Does anyone have any suggestions about what
> MUSIC we should feature? And, where it might be available for purchase?
> Thanks so much, I really value and appreciate Artsednet as a resource!
> Connie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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