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World Music Features

1 Giant Leap
1 Giant Leap now joins very few moving-image projects that have tried to tackle the vast unknown of world music. The 140-minute film (plus extensive additional interactive musical and spoken DVD material) traverses more than 20 countries.
By Jim Bessman

Ustad Vilayat Khan
From the time he began his life as a musician at a maharajah’s court, Vilayat Khan remained synonymous with the sitar, playing throughout the world, recording and imparting his tradition.
By Allan Evans

Vicente Amigo
Flameco guitarist Vicente Amigo is known as the Sultan of Duende and is a sought-after collaborator. He has played with Stanley Jordan and flamenco great Paco de Lucia. He has also been compared to Pat Metheny yet he is his own artist.
By Marie Elsie St. Léger

Dr. Hukwe Zawose & Michael Brook

Dr. Hukwe Zawose and Michael Brook
Assembly started with a hurried phone call. Peter Gabriel had already released Zawose’s solo album and wanted wider public recognition for the vocalist.
By Derek Rath

Totó la Momposina
Totó la Momposina is not only standard-bearer of the musical wealth of her people, but a cantadora: traditional healer, midwife, arbitrator, farmer and folkwoman who celebrates her legacy through song and dance.
By Carol Amoruso

Ely Guerra
Mexico's Ely Guerra is burning the rulebooks. Lotofire, her first international release, had bucked against her country’s prevailing trade winds.
By David Oancia Prieto

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