Your basket is empty


We ship worldwide. The postage rates for your order are displayed before payment, which is processed using Paypal. You can pay using your Paypal account or any of the following cards:

Pay pal credit cards

Join our mailing list
China Contemporary Classical Music
Traditional and popular pieces for drums, xiao and dizi flutes, banhu fiddle, sheng mouth organ, yangkin hammered zither, pipa lute, and xun ocarina (an instrument at least 7,000 years old).



Norway Traditional Music
Vocal, violin and zither performances drawn from recordings spanning more than eighty years.



Sardinia Guitar Song
Cantu a chiterra, in which competing singers take turns showing off vocal daring, breath control, endurance and style, in settings of nineteenth century poetry.



Niger Harouna Goge, Dendi Country
Music for spirit possession ceremonies, performed on the goge, a bowed single-string spike-fiddle a half-calabash covered in iguana skin, with a wooden neck, and a string made of bunched horsehair.



Belarus Traditional Music
Mainly female vocal ensembles performing seasonal, child-bearing and wedding songs, with instrumental dance excursions by violin, reed-pipe, cymbalum, accordion and drum.



China Fanbai, Liturgical Hymns, Morning Service In Shanghai
Buddhist hymns and chants, with ritual percussion.



Greece Traditional Songs
Stirring, beautiful historical recordings of paralogues deep, traditional melodies drawn from folklore, everyday life and classical mythology: solo voice, or choral, or with clarinet, ud, lyre, violins.



Indonesia Madura, Art Music
The gamelan component of topeng dalang classical drama, played trenchantly and bewitchingly by farmers from this island in the Indonesian archipelago (one of three and a half thousand).



Gozalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol. 3
Torrid Peruvian boogaloo, guaracha and other sixties styles, jacked up by a sense of world-wide political change in musical tradition, the bridge between mambo and salsa.







Anouar Brahem Le Voyage De Sahar
With Francois Couturier, piano; Jean Louis Matinier, accordion.



Anouar Brahem Thimar
John Surman, bass clarinet and soprano saxophone; Dave Holland, double-bass.