In All Languages Playlists

In All Languages playlist for 02/16/2014

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Manisha Brahmachary

Music of Spain flamenco, rumba, modern

In All Languages playlist for 01/26/2014

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Myriam Amri

Desert blues, the music of the Tuareg of the Sahara; a sound of Assouf (nostalgia) from the refugees camps of Algeria to Tombouctou. 

In All Languages playlist for 01/20/2014

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Myriam Amri

Three pioneers of the 20th century french music: Georges Brassens (folk, Chanson Francaise); Serge Gainsbourg (New Wave) and Boris Vian (jazz) 

In All Languages playlist for 12/16/2013

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Ethan "Qp" Edwards

In All Languages playlist for 10/27/2013

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Serena Piol

Music of the Outlaws: Argentine Tangos and Greek Rembetika

In All Languages playlist for 08/18/2013

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Hadi Eldebek

In All Languages playlist for 07/21/2013

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Serena Piol

Tonight's show on In All Languages focuses on the female voices of Argentine Tango music, starting from the early 20th century, through the Golden Age, and up to the present.  

In All Languages playlist for 06/30/2013

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Ahmet Ali Arslan

This IAL focused on bowed fiddles from all over the world, especially focusing on the region between Black Sea and the Caspian Sea.

In All Languages playlist for 06/23/2013

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Ahmet Ali Arslan

With live sets and interviews by Sokratis Sinopoulos and Ross Daly, this IAL focused on Istanbul's Classical Kemenche and Cretan Lyra. It is the first show of a two part series. Check the IAL playlist from July 30th for the second part.

In All Languages playlist for 06/16/2013

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Serena Piol

Tonight's In All Languages focuses on a survey or different time periods of Argentine Tango music.  For the first hour, the focus was on the Golden Age of Tango, the 1940's.  The second hour focused on what is classified as "New" Tango, which is simply orchestras in the last 20 years or so that have produced music in the style of the Golden Age.  The final hour focused on "Nuevo Tango," a popular style of Argentine Tango music that incorporates new elements into traditional Argentine Tango music.