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No Artist - Folk Instruments Of The World album mp3
Performer:
No Artist
Album:
Folk Instruments Of The World
Style:
Field Recording, Folk, Spoken Word, Education
Released:
1964
FLAC vers. size:
1819 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1561 mb
WMA vers. size:
1526 mb
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Rating:
4.2 ★
Votes:
202

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Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Style: Field Recording, Education.

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Tracklist

A1 French Canada
A2 United States (Eskimo: a; Indian: b,c)
A3 United States (Hawaiian: a,b)
A4 United States (Northeast:) (Southeast: a,b,c)
A5 United States (Southern: a,b,c,d)
A6 Mexico and Central America (a,b,c)
A7 West Indies (a,b)
A8 South America (Brazil: a; Peru: b)
B1 British Isles (England: a,b,c)
B2 British Isles (Ireland: a,b,c)
B3 British Isles (Scotland)
B4 Scandinavia (Norway: a,b; Finland: c)
B5 Western Europe (a,b)
B6 Western Europe (France: a,b) (Switzerland: c) (Austria: d)
B7 Spain (a,b,c)
B8 Eastern Europe (a,b)
B9 Eastern Europe (Russia: a,b)
A9 South America (Bolivia: a,b,c) (Argentina: d)
C1 Near East And Europe (Serbia: a; Greece: b)
C2 Near East (Turkey: a; Armenia: b)
C3 Near East (Jordan: a; Syria: b)
C4 Near East (Lebanon: a, b, c)
C5 Near East (Israel: a,b)
C6 Near East (Arabia: a,b,c)
C7 Africa (West) (Senegal: a,b) (Liberia: c)
C8 Africa (West and East) (Cameroon: a; Ethiopia: b)
C9 Africa (Central: a,b,c,d)
C10 Africa (Congo: a,b; Zambia: c)
D1 Asia (Central: a,b,c)
D2 Asia (Southern: a,b)
D3 Asia (India: a,b,c)
D4 Asia (Southeastern) (Burma: a,b,c) (Thailand: d)
D5 Asia (Pacific Islands: a,b)
D6 Asia (China: a,b)
D7 Asia (Japan: a,b,c)
D8 Asia (Korea: a,b)
D9 Pacific Islands (Tahiti: a) (Philippines: b)

Credits

  • Compiled By – Moses Asch

Notes

Comes with booklet with illustrations bound to the inside of the gatefold

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): XCTV-96995-1C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): XCTV-96995-1B