The members of Shukar (‘fine’ in rom language) play ursari music (originating from the brotherhood of the bear tamers), a very old and primitive kin..(read more)
Lindsay Porteous plays all the instruments, like hornipe, gems-horn, dulcimer, harp zither, bowed psaltery, mouth organ, in a sort of reconstruction of Culross&..(read more)
The Trio TRIGON is rich in each detail. Intricately arranged music, which only on perkussion instruments, E-bass and viola.
From the Topic archives since the 1950's: folk & traditional songs by the likes of Louise Fuller (Hopping down in Kent), Billy Pigg (The Morpeth Rant)..(read more)
Music for voices & early instruments from Paris, Dijon, Geneva & Avignon, circa 1450-1600. Conducted by Joel Cohen.
The Nguni live along the south-east coast of Africa; an almost entirely vocal tradition. Groups with great vocal power, rich in melody & harmony, reflective..(read more)
This CD is a selection of a capella performances. Here more than 600 Chagga men and women chant on the southern slopes of MT Meru, at least 100 hundred Gogo sin..(read more)