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Georgia Ensemble Basia
Sacred and secular vocal polyphony.



Benin Yoruba Music
Recordings of ritual and entertainment music from 1958, 1969, and the nineties.



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



Korea Ritual Music For The Royal Ancestors
The Jongmyo Jeryeak is a combination of vocal and instrumental music, with dancing: solemn and majestic ritual music for drums, gongs, bells, chimes, zithers, fiddles, oboes and flutes, in honour of royal ancestors...



Zimbabwe Ndebele Songs
Three singers a cappella, or with rattle and djembe, emulate the beautiful sound of the insingizi rain bird. Traditional, gospel, warrior-chant and political songs.



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.



Cape Verde Nha Mita Pereira: Batuque And Finacon
Polyrhythmic vocal and percussion music for dancing, performed by women, from the Cape Verdean island of Santiago.



Uganda Music Of The Baganda People
The Sulayiti Kalungi Ensemble Of Kampala presenting dances, religious invocations and profane songs, to a barrage of percussion and fervent choral singing.



South India Flowers And Ashes, Hymns To Shiva
Based on the raga and pan, these short hymns to Shiva, performed by the oduvar cantors, are sung at daily rituals and for calendar feasts in temples of Tamil Nadu.



Mongolia Kazakh Songs And Epic Tradition Of The West
Bardic epics and nomadic songs, with dombra lute accompaniment.





Kushal Das Raga Marwa
On surbahar, a rare kind of bass sitar, playing the serene and sombre Marwa, raga of dusk.



Aicha Redouane Egypt
Intense Moroccan singer improvisatorially lighting up the rare, refined nineteenth century wasla style, in suite form, with chamber orchestra qanun zither, ud lute, kaman violin and riqq percussion.



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.