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Alim Qasimov The Art of The Mugham
The greatest singer of his generation presenting the classical music of Azerbaijan, accompanied on the tar lute and the kamancha viol by the Mansurov brothers.



Hungary Folk Music
Following in the footsteps of Bela Bartok across Transdanubia, the Highlands, the Great Plain: marvellous recordings over thirty years of hurdy-gurdy, cymbalum, shepherd's pipe, bagpipe, popular song.



Madagascar Merina Country
Various songs and valiha zither, made from a bamboo trunk, the sodina flute, the angorodao accordion, the kabosy lute, and the amponga tany, a ground zither made of plant rope, wood, and dung.



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.



Seychelles Forgotten Music Of The Islands
Popular song, often with bow accompaniment, sometimes mulumba (stuck in the mouth and scraped); and the jazzy mazurkas, waltzes and country-dance of kamtole, for string ensemble and bass drum.



Senegal Wolof Music
Music for love and thanks, circumcision, tattoing and wrestling (though not all at the same time), usually sung by women, accompanying themselves on calabash or water-drum. The men play drums and xalam lute.



Turkestan Kirghiz Komuz And Kazakh Dombra
The ancient, shamanist, animist culture of the oriental Turks musically expressed in kuu by the komuz, a long-necked lute with a pear-shaped sound-box, and kui by the two-stringed dombra, about a metre long.



Madagascar Antandroy Country
Puffing-and-blowing rimotsy singing for possession rituals and burials, a cappella polyphony with its image of blues and spirituals, erotic chin-shaking, solo marovany zither...



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.