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)
The area below the Zambesi River is inhabited by the Sena, Ndau, Shangaan, Chopi & Gitonga peoples. Mbiras (thumb pianos), chants, drums, xylophones, ocarin..(read more)