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Episode #3095

World Music Survey

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Tuesday, November 01, 2011

For this New Sounds, listen to an hour of world music, beginning in the concert hall with "La Pasion," the world music-tinged setting of the Passion according to St. Mark by Argentinian-American composer Osvaldo Golijov.

There's also music by South Africa's Amabutho, Pakistani sufi music by the late great Qawwali singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Indian music by Paban Das Baul, and more.

PROGRAM #3095, A Tour of World Music (First aired on Tues. 7/13/10)                                               

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Various: Paban das Baul & Sam Mills

Real World Notes

Tomar Dil Ki Doya Hoyna [5:24]

RWMM001 Sampler out of print.  But try the full CD, “Real Sugar,” also on Real World
www.realworldrecords.com

Paban das Baul

Music of the Honey Gatherers

Kaliya [3:17]

Riverboat Records TUG1056
www.worldmusic.net
or download from eMusic.com

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Qawwal & Party

Shahbaaz

Beh Haadh Ramza Dhasdha [11:32]

Real World 91735
www.realworldrecords.com

La Cumbiamba Eneye

La Palma

Marimbira ‘e Chonta [5:27]

NMC/ MTM 015005
www.lacumbiambany.com
musicadecolombia.com.co

Osvaldo Golijov

La Pasión Según San Marcos

Scorn And Denial [1:40]
We Give Thanks To The Lord [5:14]
In Gethsemane [2:03]

Deutsche Grammophon B0014008 DVD/CD
www.deutchegrammophon.com

Amabutho

Sikelela

Satiwamina [4:05]

Alma Records ACD 68102 www.almarecords.com

Muungano National Choir, Kenya

Missa Luba

Missa Luba: Kyrie (Guido Haazen) [2:30]
Agnus Dei [2:15]

Philips 426836
Reissued on Decca in 2009
Try Arkiv Music OR Amazon.com*

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