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· February, 2010

Stories about Music from February, 2010

25 February 2010

Macedonia: Grassroots Effort to Preserve Folk Music Online

Appreciation of folk music has been a distinguishing feature of the Macedonian culture, and thanks to selfless efforts of one dedicated blogger it spreads through the blogosphere, too.

24 February 2010

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Flags, Water & Reggae

365: A video a day from Cartagena, Colombia

Today from Cartagena in Colombia: UNESCO World Heritage Site and a top travel destination we bring you a selection of videos from the 365 video project participants, who are uploading...

Caucasus: Lezginka dance

Russia: PM's Figure Skating Comment

23 February 2010

Chile: Annual Viña del Mar Festival is Underway

The annual Viña del Mar Festival is underway in Chile. However, part of the tradition is the annual debate about the musical artists chosen to perform. Even though many Chileans...

18 February 2010

Armenia: Eurovision blog

Ghana: The music of Koo Nimo

Russia: Bloggers Remember Rock Legend

RuNet Echo

In February, Russian bloggers celebrated a sad date. Ilya Kormiltsev, one of Russia’s most talented and controversial poets and songwriters, died of spine cancer three years ago. Kormiltsev’s death became...

14 February 2010

Armenia: Eurovision National Competition

Armenia tonight chose its entry for the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo, Norway. Twitter users provided an online summary of the national competition televised inside the country while some...

12 February 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: “Dat is Carnival”

Armenia: Eurovision 2010

Unzipped comments on what it considers to be the two main contenders, Mihran & Emmy and Eva Rivas, as Armenia's entry into this year's Eurovision Song Contest. The blog says...

Japan: J-Music 2000-2009