World music : the rough guide / editors: Simon Broughton ... [et al.] Broughton, Simon

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Broughton, Simon
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Music.; World music - History and criticism.; Bio-bibliography.
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The Rough Guide to World Music spans the music of seventy different countries and regions - everything from salsa to soukous, cajun to calypso, rai to qawwali. The detailed coverage brings together more than sixty expert contributors, whose feature articles take in the music to be seen and heard live around the globe, as well as on record. Major pieces are backed up by interviews with the key groups and artists, translations of lyrics, and extensive reviews and discographies. Whether you've discovered world music through Paul Simon or Ali Farka Toure, David Byrne or the Bhundu Boys, Celia Cruz or Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, the Rough Guide is guaranteed to expand your horizons... and your CD, cassette and record collection!
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Read associated articles: Allauddin Khan, American popular music, Anita Mui, Arrow (musician), Blekbala Mujik, Bogyiszló Orchestra, Bolel, Canboulay, Cantopop, Catriona MacDonald, Chuigushou, Combined rhythm, Culture by region, Davey Graham, Freddie Aguilar, French hip hop, Gamelan, Gamelan Sekaten, Gamelan selunding, Gamelan semar pegulingan, Gazel, Gentle Men (album), Girija Devi, Goombay, Hibari Misora, Honorific nicknames in popular music, Hungarian opera, Icelandic folk music, Israel, Italian folk music, Italian music terminology, Kalumbu, Kiowa music, Klasik, Kurdish music, Lata Mangeshkar, Launeddas, Les Gentlemen, Leslie Cheung, List of Asian folk music traditions, List of Caribbean folk music traditions, List of Central American folk music traditions, List of culturally-linked qualities of music, List of European folk music traditions, List of national instruments (music), List of Oceanic and Australian folk music traditions, List of South American folk music traditions, Lithuanian people, Los Juglares del Dexas, Madiaba, Mandopop, Middle Eastern and North African music traditions, Music history of the United States during the colonial era, Music history of the United States in the late 19th century, Music history of the United States to the Civil War, Music of Afghanistan, Music of Albania, Music of Algeria, Music of Angola, Music of Anguilla, Music of Antigua and Barbuda, Music of Argentina, Music of Armenia, Music of Aruba and the Netherlands Antilles, Music of Austria, Music of Azerbaijan, Music of Bahrain, Music of Barbados, Music of Belgium, Music of Belize, Music of Benin, Music of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Music of Bulgaria, Music of Burkina Faso, Music of Burundi, Music of Cambodia, Music of Cameroon, Music of Cape Verde, Music of Chile, Music of China, Music of Colombia, Music of Côte d'Ivoire, Music of Croatia, Music of Cuba, Music of Denmark, Music of Egypt, Music of Epirus, Music of Equatorial Guinea, Music of Estonia, Music of Finland, Music of France, Music of French Polynesia, Music of Georgia, Music of Greece, Music of Greenland, Music of Guadeloupe, Music of Guinea, Music of Guinea-Bissau, Music of Haiti, Music of Hawaii, Music of Hong Kong, Music of Hungary, Music of Iceland, Music of India, Music of Indonesia, Music of Iran, Music of Iraq, Music of Ireland, Music of Israel, Music of Italy, Music of Jamaica, Music of Jordan, Music of Kenya, Music of Korea, Music of Kuwait, Music of Kyrgyzstan, Music of Laos, Music of Latvia, Music of Lebanon, Music of Lithuania, Music of Malawi, Music of Malaysia, Music of Mali, Music of Martinique, Music of Mauritania, Music of Mauritius, Music of Mongolia, Music of Montserrat, Music of Morocco, Music of Mozambique, Music of Nepal, Music of New Zealand, Music of Niger, Music of North Korea, Music of Norway, Music of Palestine, Music of Papua New Guinea, Music of Poland, Music of Polynesia, Music of Portugal, Music of Puerto Rico, Music of Réunion, Music of Rhode Island, Music of Romania, Music of Russia, Music of Rwanda, Music of São Tomé and Príncipe, Music of Saudi Arabia, Music of Scotland, Music of Senegal, Music of Serbia, Music of Serbia and Montenegro, Music of Seychelles, Music of Sierra Leone, Music of Slovenia, Music of South Africa, Music of Spain, Music of Sudan, Music of Switzerland, Music of Syria, Music of Taiwan, Music of Tajikistan, Music of Tanzania, Music of Thailand, Music of the Bahamas, Music of the Central African Republic, Music of the Comoros, Music of the Cook Islands, Music of the Czech Republic, Music of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Music of the Dominican Republic, Music of the Faroe Islands, Music of The Gambia, Music of the Lesser Antilles, Music of the Netherlands, Music of the Philippines, Music of the Republic of Macedonia, Music of the Solomon Islands, Music of the United Arab Emirates, Music of the United Kingdom, Music of the United States, Music of Togo, Music of Tokelau, Music of Tonga, Music of Trinidad and Tobago, Music of Turkey, Music of Turkmenistan, Music of Tuvalu, Music of Uganda, Music of Ukraine, Music of Uzbekistan, Music of Venezuela, Music of Wales, Music of Yemen, Music of Zimbabwe, Native American hip hop, Native American music, Nordic folk music, Polyphonic song of Epirus, Pygmy music, Raï, Robb Johnson, Romani music, Salsa music, Sami music, Sephardic music, Songo-salsa, Sub-Saharan African music traditions, Sultan Khan (musician), Surinder Shinda, Thayambaka, The Waterboys, Turkish people, Tutl, Vallenato-salsa, Vicky Longomba
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