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Song From the Planet
The practice of pilgrimage has never
gone out of fashion in Ireland. Irish faithful still retrace the steps
of their three patron saints, St Patrick, St Brigid, and St. Colmcille.
Hiking to drink the waters of ancient Brigid wells and performing
the traditional barefoot climb of mountain Croagh Patrick.
Contemporary Music from Northern Ireland
Verdant Braes of Screen
Produced in conjunction with the Northern
Ireland Program at the 2007 Smithsonian Folklife Festival.
The Month of January
Next up, an original composition from southern
Minnesota based harpist, singer, and composer, Amy Kortuem. We will
be hearing "Nine Waves" from her self-produced cd, "The
Month of January."
website : KateRusby.com
Contemporary and traditional Scotch and
French Canadian, singers celebrate Québec
City's 400th Anniversary.
New music from Spain, produced
by Gustavo Santaolalla.
Peruvian born singer Silvia Kane
of Pacifika entrancing sweet voice lives-up to many repeated listenings.
Golpes Del Sol
Allá, creates Spanish language songs with personal significance
to the members, covering theie Mexican-American/Chicano immigrant
experience with inner city social pressures, tempered by the universal
themes of love and spiritual and cultural awakening.
Sit back and relax to the acoustic
sounds of Cuban Cafe music extraordinare...
Street Lounge Music
Native Argentinean Natalia Clavier has lived a lifetime of music from
music, from Buenos Aires to Barcelona.
Mendez & Carlinhos Brown
Rhythm - world music, culture & lifestyle magazine
Ya no duele
appearing under the name Bajofondo Tango Club, This project was concieved
by Gustavo Santaolalla, along with Juan Campodónico, with the
idea of bringing together a collective of Argentine and Uruguayan
artists dedicated to creating “contemporary music of the Rio de la
Quillombo Te Espera
Sonantes is a Sao Paulo based musical collective featuring the
vocal talents of CéU in collaboration with Pupillo and Dengue,
members of the Brazilian group Nação Zumbi, as well
as Rica Amabis from Instituto and Gui Amabis. Their unique debut release
is a collection of atmospheric songs written for imaginary films and
features guest stars including Siba, Lúcio Maia, Beto Villares,
Apollo 9 and others.
of the Planet
A deeply meditative and scholarly
musical experience from award-winning composer, Dean Evenson.
in the Dark
Dia De Roda
Dia De Roda
in the Dark
music from four Brasilian musicians living in NYC.
Cecilia Villar Eljuri (Vocals,
Guitars, Songwriter) was
born in Guayaquil, Ecuador and raised in the cultural melting-pot
of New York City, NY.
Journey of Souls
Brent Lewis playing Ikauma drums
Jef Stott is a musical anthropologist, who
has studied with master musicians from Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Iran
and Turkey. He's an accomplished musician on several traditional Middle
Eastern stringed and percussion instruments.
Fate of Lhapa
Meeting with the Dalai Lama
Artist website: www.indigenouslenses.org
Award- winning soundtrack: From the
movie, "Fate of the Lhapa" a feature-length documentary
about the last three Tibetan shamans (lhapas) living in a Tibetan
refugee camp in Nepal.
OF THE LHAPA awards
The Moondance International Film Festival: Best film score
The Park City Film Music Festival: Best film score
Artist website: Cedar
Native American Music Award winner, Scott
August plays the Anasazi flute. Its an instrument that was lost for
over a thousand years but newly rediscovered and its mellow sound
once again echos through the sacred canyons of the American Southwest.
The Song of the Tree
Lis Addison, is an award-winning composer,
and vocalist, dancer and yogini. Her ancient wisdom-based music and
dance movements support transformation through
sound vibrations. We will be hearing "Tree Crown" a composition
designed opening ones mind to recieve the divine energy of the universe.
(remix danse) (Guinea)
Bambino Diabate was born into a traditional griot family of singers.
He was a former member of the Afro-Latin band, Africando and has earned
the title, "The National Treasure of Guinea."
Made in Dakar
One of the very first traditional griot
songs to be updated sand played by a modern band. This piece shocked
and seduced Dakar audiences in 1968. The lyrics pay homage to an old
benevolent king of Senegal called Papa Ndaiye Ndene.
Beat Pick of the Month
Blues roots music of Victor Démé,
recorded at Jungle Studio in Burkina Faso and mastered in Paris.
of redemption from singer/songwriter Emmanuel Jal who,
at age 6,
was forced into servitude as a war-child, fighting for the Sudan People's
Liberation Army, during Sudan's civil war.
The Garifuna Women's Project
Website : www.cumbancha.com/albums/umalali/
Umalali is an album of indescribable emotion,
strength and beauty. It is an entrancing journey into the heart and
soul of a unique and inspiring Garifuna culture.
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