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  1. ARMENIAN NAVY BAND

    The Armenian Navy Band was founded by the percussionist/vocalist of Armenian descent, Arto Tunçboyacıyan. Arto likes to…

  2. Georgian Ethno-Jazz Band, former Adio

    The Shin are Zaza Miminoshvili (guitars, panduri), Zurab J. Gagnidze (electric and acoustic bass, vocals) and…

  3. Anouar Brahem (Arabic: أنور ابراهم) is a Tunisian oud (middle eastern lute) player and composer who is widely regarded as an innovator in his…

  4. This is an incorrect tag for the Bulgarian kaval (shepherd's pipe) virtuoso Теодосий Спасов.

    Theodosii Spassov was born on March 4th, 1961. He…

  5. The band was created in June 2004. Every member of our band is an outstanding personality, everyone has his own perception of music that we…

  6. The project was brought into completion 6 years ago and has performed ever since on many international festivals and concerts. The music and…

  7. Arto Tunçboyacıyan (Armenian: Արտո Թունչբոյաջյան) (b. 1957 in Istanbul) is a Turkish-Armenian musician. Arto sings, accompanying himself on the…

  8. At first sight, the band’s name looks a little bit like the Dadaist answer to Lambada. But in fact the orchestra is named after the driven…

  9. ظافر يوسف (Romanized: Dhafer Youssef) is a singer, composer, and oud player who was born in 1967 in Teboulba, Tunisia. The oud is an Arabic lute, a…

  10. There are two bands that go by the name of Lautari.

    1. Lautari is a Polish ethno-jazz band
    2. Lautari is a Sicilian folk group

    1. Lautari is a…

  11. Bulgara is a Bulgarian band, mixing drum'n'bass, funk and broken beat to emphasize the harmonic beauty of Bulgarian folklore. The band was…

  12. Georgian jazz-diva Nino Katamadze and her band Insight are famous with incomparable emotional songs which are difficult by mood and sincere as…

  13. Greenwich Village in the 1960s was home to the American folk music renaissance. “It cost $5 to get in to the Bitter End Café and Café Wha? and…

  14. Petar Ralchev:Accordion
    Ateshhan Yuseinov:Guitar
    Stoyan Yankoulov:Percussion

  15. Josef Erich Zawinul (born July 7, 1932 in Vienna, Austria, died September 11, 2007 in Vienna) was a jazz keyboardist and composer. He was one of…

  16. Rabih Abou-Khalil is a Lebanese oud player and composer. He occasionally performs on flute. He has often blended traditional Arab music and Turkish…

  17. Herbert Jay Solomon (April 16, 1930 – July 1, 2003), better known as Herbie Mann, was an American jazz flautist who had an interest in traditional…

  18. Composer, singer, and flutist Tamara Obrovac from the Croatian city of Pula is one of the most impressive artists on the Croatian music scene,…

  19. Fatima Spar und die Freedom Fries consist of Nihal Şentürk (Fatima Spar - vocals), Andrej Prozorov (sax), Alexander Wladigeroff (trumpet), Erwin…

  20. Белый Острог (Belyi Ostrog) is the Russian name of White Fort and Two Siberians.

    Artyom Yakushenko (electric violin) and Yuri Matveyez (electric…

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