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¡Cimarrón! Joropo Music from the Plains of Colombia

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Summer 2011: Afganistan

¡Come Bien! Eat Right!

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¡Come Bien! Eat Right! is a charming, educational bilingual collection of 36 songs (19 each in Spanish and English) and activities promoting healthy nutrition for children and adults by award-winning author, educator, and singer José-Luis Orozco. The songs provide the catalyst to ignite interest and enhance students’ learning about good nutrition and healthy habits while developing oral language and early literacy skills in English and Spanish,

‘Tis the Season for a Reason

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‘Tis the Season for a Reason — investigates common student difficulties in understanding the cause of the seasons as well as common pitfalls and helpful approaches. 

“Deltei Tsenkher” A Mongolian Long Song by R. Lkhamjav

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R. Lkhamjav, sixty-six years old, sings a Khotgoid-style long song, “Deltei Tsenkher” (The Blue Dun), in Mörön, Khövsgöl province, Mongolia, in December 2013.

“Experimental” Music at Folkways Records

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Winter/Spring 2017: Experimental

“Guri Thu” (sending a letter) by the Ca Trù Thái Hà Ensemble

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The Ca Trù Thái Hà Ensemble performs an excerpt from the traditional piece “Gửi Thư” (Sending a Letter) at the Zen Spa in Hanoi in July 2009.

“Khargai Dün” A Mongolian Long Song by D. Byambaa

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D. Byambaa, a locally trained singer and herder from the Bayankhongor province of Mongolia, sings a long song called “Khargai Dün” in the Khalkh style in summer 2012. Recorded by Sunmin Yoon.

“Los Gauchos de Roldán” Share Down-Home Dance Music Tradition from Uruguay

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Uruguayan accordion master Walter Roldán, from the northern city of Tacuarembó, assembled an all-star group to record the rural dance music that has enlivened the social life of cattle-herding gaucho families since the mid 1800s.

“Los Gauchos de Roldán”: Button Accordion and Bandoneón Music from Northern Uruguay

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Fall/Winter 2011: Dispatches from Latin America

“Proud of who I am”: Venda Children’s Musical Cultures

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Spring 2014: South Africa

“Quihubo, Raza” by Agustín Lira and Alma from Songs of Struggle & Hope

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Smithsonian Folkways presents Songs of Struggle & Hope, featuring songs from the farmworker and Chicano Power Movement of the 1960s as well as new creations that speak to social justice.
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