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Cameroon Flutes Of The Mandara Mountains
Fantastic music. Flutes made of bamboo, shell, clay, wood, bark, horn or reed, along with breathing songs, transverse horns, harp, xylophone, drums and percussion, in various lineups.



Japan Satsuma Biwa
The medieval story of the Heike clan combining drama and heroics with Buddhist reflection on the ephemerality of existence sung by Kakujo Iwasa and Kakuryu Saito, with lute accompaniment.



Benin Bariba Music
Griot music with delicate dambararou lute; ritual possession songs with gogue fiddle and gon and karou drums; and a women's choir.



Zimbabwe Ambuya Nyati
Judith Juma's wonderful mbira playing shona ritual music, with singing, drum and rattle.



Tadjikistan Abduvali Abdurashidov: Classical Music and Songs
A master of the sato (a bowed tambur or long-necked lute held vertically) joined by Tajik singer Ozoda Ashurova in this beautiful, haunting, little-known court music. Plus doyra drum and dotar lute.



Turkey The Ceremony Of The Bektashi Djem
A liturgy and feast headquartered in the mountains of Antalya, with semah sacred dancing and sung poetry accompanied on the saz lute. Six instrumentalists, two vocal lineups here: from 2004 and 2011.




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



Japan Okinawa: Classical and Courtly Songs of the Ryukyu
With accompaniment on the sanshin lute a lovely, melodic blend of Japanese, Chinese and South East Asian styles characteristic of the Okinawa archipelago (formerly the independent kingdom of Ryukyu).



Fernando Machado Soares The Fado Of Coimbra
Superb, timber-shivering example of the city's more elevated style of fado. Highly recommended.



Russia The Tradition Of Wind Instruments
Eighteenth and nineteenth century folk repertoire featuring horn, overtone flute, panpipes, vertical flute, shepherds' trumpet and violin or balaika.



Korea Gayageum Sanjo
Kim Hae-Sook playing twelve-silk-string zither, with buk accompaniment.



Martinique Edmond Mondesir: Bele, Tradition And Creation
Bele is an African folk drumming and singing tradition running back to slavery days. Mondesir leading five singers, with two percussionists, on tambour and tibwa.



Senegal Sufi Brotherhood Chant
Fervid vocal intensity from the venerable Tijaniyya and Muridiyya brotherhoods, singing hymns and poems to the glory of the Lord, live in concert.



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