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· July, 2012

Stories about Music from July, 2012

North Korea Reveals Its First Lady

St. Lucia: New Direction for Carnival?

Turkmenistan's Homegrown Hip-Hop

Mauritania: A Rich Culture of Games, Dance and Music

Mauritania lies at the point where Arab and African cultures meet; it is the link between the countries of North and West Africa. This has given it a special character,...

Venezuela, Japan: Two Japanese Performers Master the Venezuelan Harp

Among the Japanese musicians interested in traditional Venezuelan music, Yoko Yoshizawa and Mika Agematsu stand out in the interpretation of the Venezuelan harp, a key instrument in Venezuelan music from...

Croatia: Anja Mutić's “Local Voices Croatia”

Russia: Pussy Riot Members Remain in Jail

St. Lucia: Making Music

Venezuela, Japan: ‘Estudiantina Komaba’ Music Bridges ‘Distant’ Countries

Have you ever wondered what interests Venezuelans and Japanese could have in common? If manga and sushi were your first guess, we invite you to explore how Japanese musicians have...

Kenya: Gospel Rapper to Screen Connections Documentary

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