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· April, 2011

Stories about Music from April, 2011

Cuba: Silvio and Pablo

Puerto Rico: Puerto Rican Rock Music

Ukraine: “Twenty-five years ago – Chornobyl – Where were you?”

Cote d'Ivoire: The Music of Espoir 2000

Puerto Rico: Music on the Street

Philippines: Using social networks to promote local music

Morocco: Controversy Over International Music Festival

Each year the capital Rabat is the epicenter of a major music festival, Mawazine. Since its modest launch in 2001, Mawazine has grown, and in the last decade has become...

Germany: A blog of rare German records from flea markets

Jamaica: Vampire Humour

Cambodia: Songs About Facebook

In Cambodia, Facebook is not yet considered a threat by the government. Politicians led by Prime Minister Hun Sen (who has been in power since 1985) have created their own...

Brazil: Mapping a Traditional Music Instrument Online

Jamaica: Cruel Cartoon?

Czech Republic: “Honor to the Astronaut”

Hungary: Fear of Pushing Copyright Term Extension Proposal

Japan: Machine Civilization

Ghana: “African Woman” by Ghana's Afro Pop Queen

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