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Sonny Simmons Trio: Live In Paris, CD1
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produced by Sonny Simmons, 1933- and Michael Marcus, fl. 1977; performed by Sonny Simmons, 1933-, Jacques Avenel, 1948-2014 and George Melvin Brown, 1949- (Arhoolie Records, 2002), 55 mins
produced by Sonny Simmons, 1933- and Michael Marcus, fl. 1977; performed by Sonny Simmons, 1933-, Jacques Avenel, 1948-2014 and George Melvin Brown, 1949- (Arhoolie Records, 2002), 55 mins
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Sonny Simmons Trio: Live In Paris, CD2
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produced by Sonny Simmons, 1933- and Michael Marcus, fl. 1977; performed by Sonny Simmons, 1933-, Jacques Avenel, 1948-2014 and George Melvin Brown, 1949- (Arhoolie Records, 2002), 49 mins
produced by Sonny Simmons, 1933- and Michael Marcus, fl. 1977; performed by Sonny Simmons, 1933-, Jacques Avenel, 1948-2014 and George Melvin Brown, 1949- (Arhoolie Records, 2002), 49 mins
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Carribean Voyage: Martinique - Cane Fields and City Streets
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produced by Alan Lomax, 1915-2002; performed by Raoul Grivalliers (Rounder Records, 2001), 1 hour 14 mins
produced by Alan Lomax, 1915-2002; performed by Raoul Grivalliers (Rounder Records, 2001), 1 hour 14 mins
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Hey Madeleine!
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(Folkways Records, 2012), 31 mins
Performed by Frenchman Gérard Dôle and his band, The Backdoor Cajuns, the material on this album comes from early recordings of Cajun music. According to Dôle, a "backdoor Cajun" is someone not born in Louisiana who has nonetheless become very attached to the music.
(Folkways Records, 2012), 31 mins
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Aerophones: One-Hand Flute
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produced by Curt Sachs, 1881-1959; in Man's Early Musical Instruments (Folkways Records, 1956), 1 min
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Dance Tune (Pyrenees)
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produced by Henry Cowell, 1897-1965; in Music of the World's Peoples: Vol. 1 (Folkways Records, 1951), 2 mins

Hear a girls’ chorus from Madagascar, an Irish reel played on uileann pipes (bagpipes), a Greek Orthodox church choir singing medieval organum(an early form of polyphony). Selections also come from Japan, Nigeria, India, France, Tahiti and Iceland. The musical journey continues in four subsequent volumes.

produced by Henry Cowell, 1897-1965; in Music of the World's Peoples: Vol. 1 (Folkways Records, 1951), 2 mins
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