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Daniel Winfree Papuga , September 26th, 2014
One hundred years ago, in October 1914, Irish fiddle player Michael Coleman left his native County Sligo to travel to America. He first got work performing at music…
Daniel Winfree Papuga , November 13th, 2013
Bennett Konesni studied the music and songs of farmers in the Mwanza region of Northern Tanzania in 2005. Here is the video he made after his stay –…
Daniel Winfree Papuga , November 2nd, 2013
The zeze is a spike fiddle from Tanzania – and a member of a fiddle family played all over Africa and Asia. The zeze is composed of a…