created in 2009
last scan 6/13/2019
Welcome to World Music A place to share international / traditional / ethnic music from around the world. The music may be traditional music from a particular region or a modern pop song. Examples include; non-European classical music, Indian ragas, Eastern European folk music, and the many forms of folk / tribal music of Africa, Asia, and the Americas
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