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A World of Butterflies

$ 26.00
Discover a world of fleeting beauty and pattern, captured in 245 breathtaking, full color close-ups by retired National Museum of Natural History naturalist/researcher, Kjell Sandved. Gorgeous on the coffee table, small enough for a field trip. Includes habitat, range and habits of each butterfly.

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The Royal Tahitian Dance Company

$ 12.00
Royal Tahitian dance music from French Polynesia.

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Music of the Indians of Panama

$ 16.98
The Cuna or Tule, who call themselves the "Golden People," live principally in the Archipelago of San Blas and the mouth of the Bayano and Chucunaque rivers in Panama. Although the Cuna are technically "Panamanian" citizens, they have achieved one of the most positive arrangements of any indigenous people in the world today by having almost complete sovereignty over their own lands and affairs. The Chocoe live in the Darin province of Panama and in the Department of Choc in Colombia. They are basically a nomadic people but have established permanent residences in various locations.

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Heartbeat: Voices of First Nations Women

$ 15.00
Powerful living music from Native women in the United States and Canada includes performances rarely heard beyond these artists communities. Ceremonial and social songs traditionally sung by women, other music now performed by women, and material that combines traditional and contemporary themes and musical forms. Thirty-four selections present a seamless range of solo, choral, and instrumental pieces, forming pulsating and driving music, the heart of Indian Country.

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Bandera Ma: Songs of Argentina

$ 15.00
In Bandera Ma, "My Flag," veteran folksinger, songwriter, and guitarist Suni Paz paints a melodious musical mosaic of favorite Argentine folk rhythms, including tango, chacarera, bailecito, carnavalito, gato, zamba, and vidalita. Original arrangements and artful interpretations give new life to classic forms adopted by the pan-Latin American folk revival and pay inspired tribute to Argentinas powerful musical heritage.

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Y Que Viva Venezuela! Maestros del Joropo Orienta

$ 15.00
"Music that has roots, that has identity, has a powerful strength," says musician-producer Aquiles Bez about the joropo oriental of eastern Venezuela. Amid the anonymous global musical mix, masters of this string-driven, highly improvised, local music spin out endless threads of artful melody woven into a rich rhythmic fabric. This all-star group of Venezuelan masters applies a rainbow of soundsguitars unique to the region, button accordion, violin, maracas, bass, and drumsto paint a panorama of a rediscovered, powerful musical tradition on the ascendance.

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Healing Songs of the American Indians

$ 16.98
These examples will show the close relation between music and medicine among the Indians and the deep faith of these primitive peoples in the healing powers of music.

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Songs and Music of Tibet

$ 16.98
Tibet is the highest country in the world with most of its land lying between three and five miles above sea level. The music on this record was recorded in a camp in Nepal by Tibetan singers and musicians. The music represents excerpts from much longer versions of both eastern and western Tibet.

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Voices of the Satellites

$ 29.00
On October 4, 1957, the space race was triggered by the Soviet Unions launch of Sputnik I, the first human-made satellite to orbit the earth. This recording, produced and narrated by Professor T.A. Benham of Haverford College, chronicles the sounds of the first thirteen American and Soviet satellites launched during the ensuing year. One track features the audible heartbeat of Laika, the first dog in space. Liner notes are a PDF file on the CD.

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