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Gongs Of Cambodia And Laos

TIGER GONG

The stunning minimalist metallica of the gong orchestras of the Champasak and Attapeu provinces of Laos, recorded between 2003 and 2007 by Sublime Frequencies collaborator Laurent Jeanneau.








Brokenhearted Dragonflies Insect Electronica From Southeast Asia
Cicadas, dragonflies and other insects boogie down live and direct from Laos, Thailand and Burma.




Cambodia Rock Spectacular!
The CD is nicely packaged, hard-bound.



China Chen Leiji, Album Of The Prunus Hermitage
Masterful playing of the qin zither, in China considered the most noble of instruments, as if tracing the shapes and meanings of silence.



China Classical Music
Delicate, quietly profound 1959-60 chamber recordings of old masters, on a dozen instruments, notably the guqin zither, the pipa lute and the xiao flute.



China Homage To Chen Zhong
Playing the xun, an ancient ocarina, the xiao, a vertical flute, and the qin zither, half the time with 'amateur' ensemble or zheng zither accompaniment. A last exponent in 1996, haunting and poised, dead now.



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.



The Crying Princess 78 RPM Records From Burma
Featuring vintage sides by Po Sein (one of the giants of early Burmese music and theatre), vocal and harp music from 1929, 'modern songs with electric guitar', and unique Burmese pop songs with piano.




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