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Junoon

They are a global phenomenon. In Paris, France, UNESCO offered them with an honor for Outstanding Accomplishments in Music and Serenity. The BBC offered them with an award for Contribution to Asian Tradition at the unique BBC Asian Honours Ceremony. They will be the first-ever Asian music group to possess …

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Mísia

Portuguese fado singer Misia debuted in 1991 having a self-titled LP for EMI; putting your signature on to BMG, she resurfaced in 1994 with Misii Fado, adopted in 1995 by Tanto Menos Tanto Mais. Garros dos Sentidos, a significant hit throughout European countries, earned her first genuine American launch in …

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Johnny Parker

b. 6 November 1929, Beckenham, Kent, Britain. Parker is usually a self-taught pianist with an excellent talent for single ragtime and boogie woogie but who are able to fit easily right into a band’s tempo section. In the first 50s he caused Mick Mulligan and Humphrey Lyttelton playing the catchy …

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Francis Bebey

Using the sudden coronary attack of songwriter, poet, and novelist, Francis Bebey, on, may 28, 2001, Cameroon lost among its most creative artists. The receiver of the esteemed Grand Prix Litteraire De L’Afrique Moudio for his initial novel, The Kid of Agatha Moudio, in 1968, Bebey continued to scribe many …

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Cristina Branco

By legal rights, Cristina Branco shouldn’t sing the metropolitan Portuguese tune form called fado. The genre, whose name means ‘destiny,’ provides its background in Lisbon, a enigmatic, poetic, working-class design about agreeing to the lot lifestyle and love provides dealt. But Branco, who was raised in rural Almeirim, Portugal, has …

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Susana Seivane

Galician piper Susana Seivane holds the piping custom of her homeland in to the 21st hundred years. Her self-titled debut record was made by Milladoiro’s Rodrigo Romani and premiered with the Celtic imprint Green Linnet in middle-2000.

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Malicorne

Malicorne founder Gabriel Yacoub, taking his inspiration in the French/Celtic explorations of Alan Stivell and Dan Ar Braz along with the Uk folk/rock of Steeleye Period, led his crew in producing wealthy, haunting arrangements from the folk music of France, Brittany, and francophone Canada. The band’s afterwards recordings feature first …

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Bukkene Bruse

The Oslo-based quartet Bukkene Bruse (pronounced: BUH-kayna BREW-sah) isn’t only among Norway’s best bands, but among its leading ambassadors of music. The group performed in China in past due 1994, representing Norway in festivities of 40 years of co-operation between your two countries. As public musicians from the Olympics in …

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Narciso Yepes

Narciso Yepes was among the finest virtuoso classical guitarists from the twentieth hundred years, generally ranked second after Andrés Segovia. Despite a solid curiosity about music in the Baroque period, his frustrating choice was for the critical compositions of Spanish composers from the first twentieth hundred years, though he also …

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Hamza el Din

Among the initial African musicians to get widespread international acknowledgement, Hamza Un Din is really a Nubian grasp from the oud, or the fretless lute. Traditional western listeners are as most likely as never to have been subjected to his function via the Thankful Dead, who used him on-stage sometimes. …

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