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Episode #3140

Acoustic World Music

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Monday, March 12, 2012

For this New Sounds, sample from Ballake Sissoko & Vincent Segal's "Chamber Music," a lovely, intimate album for kora and cello. Also, a Senegalese/Belgian collaboration from Malick Pathe Sow & Maoba, a medieval Moorish song played by Chicago clarinetist James Falzone's trio, a sarod/guitar duo by Ranajit Sengupta & Miguel Guldimann, and more.

PROGRAM #3140, The Softer Side of World Music     (First aired on 11/18/2010)                                                

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Ballake Sissoko & Vincent Segal

Chamber Music

Oscarine [5:42]

Universal France
Available at Amazon.co.uk
Due out in U.S. on Jan. 11, 2011

Nathalie Natiembe

Karma

Larozwar [3:50]

Safiko Records
www.safikorecords.com

Malick Pathe Sow & Ma

Maayo men

Jeeri bona [3:57]

Muziekpublique
www.muziekpublique.be

James Falzone's Allos Musica

Lamentations

4th Lament, Arja'i Ya Alf Laila [5:06]

Allos documents 005
www.allosmusica.org

Svetlana Spajic Group

Womeximizer 2010

Kad Oblaci Krenu s Mora [2:17]

CD Womex 10 Piranha
www.womex.com

Phonix

Folk

Ulv, Raev og Hare [2:31]

Go Danish Folkmusic LC 09240
www.gofolkd.dk

Marcus Wise & Dean Magraw

How The Light Gets In

'till dawn [7:52]

Red House Records 236
www.redhouserecords.com

Ranajit Sengupta & Miguel Guldimann

Anuraag

Dialogue [7:38]

MG2009002
www.anuraag.info

James Falzone's Allos Musica

Lamentations

6th Lament, Attente, excerpt [6:30]

See above.

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