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jadi saya akan mempost di sini . :blah:
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oke afdal mulai ya . kalau yang lain mau ngasi juga saya persilahkan ..:blah:
oke lets start .
YEMEN - Traditional Music
01. Sanaa s'éveille
02. Yâ Man Laqi Qalbi
03. Danse Bar'a de la région de Manàkhah
04. Yâ Muqîmîn Fi Sanaa
05. Danse Le'ba
06. Yâ Gamar
07. Danse Bar'a de la région d'Amran
08. Sara L-Leyl
09. Danse de mariage
10. Raka Taruban
DANILUSKA - Most famous Russian songs
1. Daniluska - Kaljinka (2:49)
2. Daniluska - Oci cornije (3:09)
3. Daniluska - Podmoskovske veceri (4:08)
4. Daniluska - Ej,uhnjem (4:35)
5. Daniluska - Rjabinuska (2:33)
6. Daniluska - Horos maljcik (1:35)
7. Daniluska - Legenda o 12 razbojnika (4:00)
8. Daniluska - Crveni sarafan (3:22)
9. Daniluska - Kazbek (3:47)
10. Daniluska - Od zore do zore (3:43)
11. Daniluska - Volga,Volga (3:29)
12. Daniluska - Ivuska (3:22)
13. Daniluska - Trojka (2:24)
14. Daniluska - Ras posol (2:35)
15. Daniluska - Rjumka,votka (3:05)
16. Daniluska - Mimoza (2:02)
17. Daniluska - Cvetala kalina (3:06)
18. Daniluska - Adnazvucna gjemit kalakoljcik (3:22)
19. Daniluska - Po druga (2:47)
20. Daniluska - Kalitka (3:01)
Nayi Osman Dede - Mevlana
NAYI OSMAN DEDE (1652-1730)
The composer of Turkish religious music, a virtuoso of ney and scientist of music. he was born in Istanbul, Vefa. Nayi Osman Dede was known as the best neyzen and a unique virtuoso of his times and in 1680 he became the master of neyzen in Galata Mevlevihane. He did his work for 18 years and by the Seyh Gaysi Dede, he is appointed to the biggest Mevlevihane in Istanbul as the seyh.
Osman Dede lived in the periods of five sultan from two races Besides being a great virtuoso of ney, he is also a very good calligrapher a poet and a genius composer who has a great place in the world of Turkish music.
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Aj, na dvore moroz
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Bida mange
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Brycka
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Duj duj
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Gras toro
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Iz domu li radost
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Jehali cigane
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Kumuska
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Maljarka
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Nevecernjaja
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Pro ge ja
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Rucijok
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Satrica
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Selmo versty
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Solnysko
Rada & Nikolaj Volsanin - Sosnica
The Italian Treasury: Sicily
2. Battle Between Orlando and Rinaldo
4. Canti Dei Salinai
7. U Pisari
8. U Metiri
9. Ballu da Curdedda
10. Ninna Nanna
11. La Nicusiota
12. U Pisari
13. Ninna Nanna
14. Suonata for Bagpipe
15. La Storia Di Cicciu Ulivieri
18. Almond Sorters Song
20. La Ruggiera
22. Ciuri Di Pipi Messinesi
24. A Sturnellu
27. A Passioni
28. Suonata for Bagpipe and Triangle
ini ada translatenya versi inggris .
Nuova Compagnia Di Canto Popolare
01 Madonna de la Grazia
02 Sia maledetta l'acqua
03 Boccuccia de no pierzeco
04 Maronna nun è cchiù
05 Tarantella di Masaniello
06 La zita
07 Lo guarracino
09 Tarantella del Gargano
10 Donna 'Sabella
music from Campania region
Traditional Scottish Music
Dusk Till Dawn: The Best of Capercallie
The cog that really makes Capercaillie work, I believe, is Karen Matheson's vocals. She sings equally well in Gaelic or English although I've read she prefers Gaelic. Her voice is stong and true yet she can put so much emotion into the words that you will be moved whether you understand what she is singing or not.
1 "Coisich a Ruin"
2 "Miracle of Being (Youth Remix)"
3 "The Tree"
4 "Ailein Dunn"
5 "Grace and Pride"
6 "The Whinney Hills Jig"
7 "Claire in Heaven"
9 "Inexile (1998 Remix)"
10 "Siece Ruairidh"
11 "Kepplehall/25 Kts"
13 "Waiting for the Wheel to Turn"
14 "Nil Si I Ngra"
15 "Four Stone Walls"
16 "Dr. MacPhail's Reel"
17 "Breisleach (Live)"
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The Rough Guide To The Music Of Mali & Guinea
This is a superb compilation of music from the heart of West Africa. This is not Paris-style world music (good though that is) - this is the real thing.
The tracks range across more than 20 years of Mali/Guinea music, with acoustic and electric sounds from well known (eg Ali Farka Toure) to more obsure (eg Momo Wandel Soumah) artists. There are some really classic songs here: Haidara by Jali Moussa Jawara and his kora, Sara 70 by Balla et ses Balladins, and Lan Naya from Bembeya Jazz National. Other big names represented are Mali's Rail Band and Ali Farka Toure. Taj Mahal even gets a look in, on a wonderful track dominated by the kora playing of Toumani Diabete.
01. Alasidi - Afel Bocoum
02. Balani - Abdoulaye Diabate
03. Atlanta Kaira - Toumani Diabate
04. Lan Naya - Bembeya Jazz National
05. Bassa - Momo Wandel Soumah
06. Fanadugule - Nahawa Doumbia
07. Allah Uya - Ali Farka Toure
08. Sara 70 - Balla et Ses Balladins
09. Haidara - Jali Musa Jawara
10. Duga - Rail Band
11. Sounafi - Mah Damba
12. Mali Twist - Boubacar Traoré
13. Damensena - Sekouba Bambino
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01 Sakura (Japan)
03 Karamako (West Africa)
06 Kairouan (Tunisia)
07 Moustabeikos (Greece)
09 Salsarico (Cuba)
10 NY Drums (Contemporary Western)
11 Dembel (Senegal)
12 Djembe Ni Bara (Burkina Faso)
13 Samburu (West Africa)
15 Soweto (South Africa)
16 Son Da Terra
17 Beowawe (Native American)
18 Noche En Blanco (Latin America)
19 Se Me Fue (Cuba)
20 Antigua (Caribbean)
21 Yaya Ho
22 Ewondo (The Cameroon)
23 Hajouj (Middle East)
24 Refraction 3 (Contemporary Western)
25 Roof Of The World
26 Bali Balou (Bali)
27 Tiktiri (Middle East)
28 Raks Sharq (Egypt)
29 Anklung (Africa)
30 Kotsari (Black Sea)
31 Northern Raga (India)
AFRO CELT SOUND SYSTEM Vol.1 - MAGIC
Bodhran and kora? Talking drums and Uilleann pipes? Echoing ancient trade roots from a thousand years ago, Sound Magic reunites two seemingly disparate music traditions in a contemporary setting, reaching for a dance-oriented but spiritual hybrid that takes on a life of its own. Producer Simon Emmerson assembles some noteworthy artists including Ayub Ogada, Davy Spillane, Manu Katche, Caroline Lavelle, James McNally (of the Pogues), Iarla O Lionaird, and Masamba Diop to create evocative, clubby grooves that also incorporate samples and flavors from Armenia and the East. With its multilayered rich textures, Sound Magic grafts cultural respect and urban hipness for the global village of the '90s.
1.Saor/Free/News from Nowhere (Album) 8:21
2. Whirl-Y-Reel 1 7:21
3. Inion/Daughter (Album) 4:15
4. Sure-As-Not/Sure-As-Knot (Album) 9:58
5. Nil Cead Againn Dul Abhaile/We Cannot Go... (Album) 7:20
6. Dark Moon, High Tide (Album) 4:12
7. Whirl-Y-Reel 2 (Album) 5:28
8. House Of The Ancestors (Album) 8:01
9. Eistigh Liomsa Sealad/Listen To Me/Saor Reprise (Album)
Lots of traditional-music recordings thrive when they're at their purest, stripping away influence to revel in a core sound. The exact opposite is the case with the Afro Celt Sound System's sophomore effort, Release, which hits its highest plateaus when it's juiciest and pulpiest, throwing everything into the mix. Hailed for their cross-cultural toss-together of traditional West African and Celtic musics on an electronic backbone, the Afro Celts indulge their digital-age ability to throw African drum patterns behind Uilleann pipes and Irish tin whistle all with a club-ready pulse. Their debut and various appearances at World of Music, Arts, and Dance (WOMAD) festivals cemented their success at this mixological approach, and Release makes the clarity of the group's vision all the more astonishing. Perhaps it's what Irish violinist Martin Hayes has called the "lonesome touch," but the Celtic contribution often squares up as a yearning cry, contrasting vividly with the techno beats and West African drumming.
2. Lovers of Light
4. Urban Aire
5. Big Cat
6. Even in My Dreams
9. Riding the Waves
10. I Think of...
11. Release It
The Rough Guide English Roots Music
Discover the roots of English music with this authoritative 70-minute tour.This superb Rough Guide profiles influential and talented musicians who have been instrumental in establishing and reviving England's thriving folk scene.
Every decade or so, it seems that English folk and roots music develops the impetus to revisit and reinvent, taking familiar elements and bending them into new shapes that have the twin appeals of familiarity and newness. Such sudden reinventions have provided listeners with the work of artists as diverse and closely linked as Ewan MacColl, Fairport Convention, Steeleye Span, June Tabor, and Phillip Pickett; the music may hail from the present or from 600 years ago, and instrumentation may involved electric guitars, trap drums, concertina, and someone blasting away with a crumhorn (a combination likely to reveal the presence of Ashley Hutchings, with the Albion Band or without). The Rough Guide to English Roots Music pulls together 18 likely suspects, with an accent on the closing years of the 20th century, which means selections from Eliza Carthy & the Kings of Calicutt and Billy Bragg alongside such expected icons as Martin Carthy and the Watersons. There are some excellent choices to be found in this set, but it functions all too well as an appetizer -- indulging in this collection could lead to rash actions later, such as carting off boxes of albums of English roots artists, or purchasing one each of everything in the Topic Records back catalog; the most hopeless cases will never again be able to imagine having led a life without Ashley Hutchings.
1. Lucky Break - Allan
2. Trip - Traditional
3. Sail on By - Jones, John 
4. Claudy Banks - Traditional
5. Be My Rambling Woman - McLeod, Rory
6. Gypsy's Lullaby/The Hawk/Memories/Coates Hall - Pigg, Billy
7. The Begging Song - Traditional
8. A Lord of Steam and Iron - Traditional
9. Falling Slowly - Simpson, Lester
10. Hopping Down in Kent
11. Country Life - Traditional
12. Byker Hill - Traditional
13. Brilliant Pebbles - Wesson
14. Yellow Dress - Hutchings, Ashley
15. Red Wing Polka - Mills
16. Bold Fisherman
17. The Baker - Stevenson, Savourna
18. A New England - Bragg, Billy
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