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Japanese Traditional Music
Koto And Shamisen, 1941

WORLD ARBITER

Imai Keisho playing koto and Yamase Shoin shamisen, amongst others. Historic recordings by Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. Excellent label.





Gamelan Of Peliatan, 1952 Dancers Of Bali
Gong, angklung and gender wayang under the direction of Anak Agung Gede Mandera.




Japanese Traditional Music Noh, Biwa, Shakuhachi - 1941
Second magical, poignant volume drawing on a set of sixty 78s issued in 1942, this time featuring Noh theatre musicians, many trained by artists active before the Meiji period, prior to 1868.




Lo Ka Ping Lost Sounds Of The Tao: Chinese Masters of the Guqin in Historic Recordings
Confucius' instrument, the guqin was used by scholars and nobles for self-purifiation. Lo was a Taoist priest who lived in the remote lands of the New Territories behind Hong Kong. 1970 recording.




Reverend Gary Davis Lifting The Veil: The First Bluesmen
With Leadbelly, Ramblin' Thomas, Charley Patton and co.



The Roots Of Gamelan The First Recordings: Bali 1928, New York 1941
Magical early recordings by 'world music' pioneer Colin McPhee.



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