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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).



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



Colombia Palenque De San Basilio
From the first settlement of emancipated Blacks in the New World, in a rain forest on the Caribbean coast songs about sisterhood, everyday living and death, a cappella or with stirring percussion.



Colombia Sixto Salgado And Los Gaitos De Punta Brava
Gaitas music, for flutes and alegre, llamador and tambora drums.



Corsica Anthology Of Profane Songs And Music
Fifty 2011 recordings of voice polyphonic paghjella, lullabies, laments, orations and traditional instruments like goat horn, pirula flute and cialamedda bagpipes, and modern violin, mandolin, accordion.



Cuba Punto And Trova Of Sancti Spiritus
Guajira, trova, guaracha, bolero and punto from the heart of Cuba, lavishly done lutes and tres luminously crossing traditions from Spain, the Canaries and Africa.



Czech Republic Music From Walachia, Hornacko And Kopanice
Lullabies, carnival, work, wedding, shepherds', bandits' music for singing, flutes, bagpipes, guimbards, fiddles and cymbalums.



Egypt The Musicians Of The Nile
Epic poetry wrapped up in the rabab viol (a coconut shell covered with fish skin, with a long, spiked handle, two horsehair strings), the vertical suffara flute, the arghul double clarinet, droning and melodious.



Ethiopia Ari Polyphonies
Dramatic, intricate singing from South West Ethiopia non-verbal, turning the voice inside, as an instrument sometimes with lyre, riffing till death, clapping, flutes from space, bells and other accompaniments.



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



France Songs Of Central Brittany
Erik Marchand singing, with his accompanist Thierry Robin finding the ud better suited than guitar or mandolin to the intervalic arrangements of quarter tones peculiar to this repertoire.



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.



Gabon Music Of The Bibyak Pygmies
Polyphonic song a kind of broken, yodelling counterpoint accompanied by drums, sticks, sanza, vegetal trumpets, hand-clapping.



Gabon Atege Songs
Terrific recordings of Atege (or Bateke) contrapuntal polyphony from the past sixty years, with its elaborate tertiary structure, each part called a different name and using a different vocal technique.



Georgia Ensemble Basia
Sacred and secular vocal polyphony.