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Argentina Chamame
The Flores' first Ocora recordings, just the two brothers' guitar and accordion live and in the studio, in Buenos Aires in 1993.



Tadjikistan Maqam Nava
Central Asian art music derived from the Shash maqam of Bukhara performed by the singer Jurabeg Nabiev, with the Ensemble Dorrdane.



Namibia Ju'hoansi Bushmen
Instrumental music from the north: like the hunting bow, made from wild vine and the tendon of an antelope, struck with a stick or a porcupine spine. One end goes in the performer's mouth, which makes a resonator.



Gabon Myene Songs
Mainly for rituals of initiation, possession and mourning, with the women singing and shaking a tchege, besides drums, a palm branch hit with a stick, a harp, and a bow played with the mouth.



China Chen Leiji, Album Of The Prunus Hermitage
Masterful playing of the qin zither, in China considered the most noble of instruments, as if tracing the shapes and meanings of silence.



Niger Hunters Of The Dallol Mawri
Rugged songs with gurumi lute accompaniment to celebrate the opening of the bush, summon genies, honour animals and praise huntsmen.



Saudi Arabia Mohammed Aman, The Tradition Of Hejaz
Fine singing and oud-playing, with zither and violin, and the percussion which characterises the hejaz style nasgar and naqrazan, darbuka and tar, both held at the same time in the left hand, struck by the right.



L'Ensemble Nassim El Andalous Homage To Redouane Bensari
The particular Gharnati tradition of classical Arab-Andalusian music less influenced by Ottoman music than in Algiers or Constantine brought at the end of the 1960s to Oran from Tlemcen.



Venezuela Gerson Garcia, Bandola Des Llanos
The joropo, pasaje and tonada (with roots in sixteenth-century Spain) played on the bandola, a pear-shaped, four-stringed guitar, made from cedar with maracas and cuatro accompaniment.



Germany Music From Bavaria
From King's Lake to the Lake of Constance yodels and three-part mountain songs; zither, accordion, clarinet, dulcimer, harp, ocarina...




Venezuela Diablos Songs And Drums
From the Central Coast, afro music for rites and festivals, sharing with salsa drums like the cumaco (using the heel of the hand to vary pitch) and redondo, besides cow horns, car wheels, plates, sea shells.



Pakistan Faqirs Of Sindh
The eighteenth-century poetry of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai as celebrated nightly by waee faqirs, whose penetrating lutes and high whirling voices bridge musical and mystical experience.



Vietnam Nguyen Vinh Bao Ensemble
Refined, improvisatory, endangered traditional music for a quartet of two-stringed spike-fiddle, zither, two lutes.



France Basque Country
'Wild songs' (without words), sophisticated choral singing, improvisations, pastorals and newer song forms.