|Articles, Newspapers, & Databases||Evaluating Articles & Resources||Print Reference Sources|
|Other Circulating Books||Internet Resources||Citing Sources|
Example of an Annotation
Finding Print Reference Sources in the A.C. Buehler Library
Suggested Library of Congress Subject Headings for our online catalog
- Africa, Sub-Saharan--Commerce
- Africa, Sub-Saharan--Economic policy
- Business and politics--Cross-cultural studies
- Developing countries
- Economic Development
- Environmental law, International
- Environmental policy--Developing countries
- Forest policy--Developing countries
- Free Trade
- Free Trade--Environmental aspects
- Farms, Small--Amazon River Region
- International trade
- Latin America --Commerce-- United States
- Latin America --Foreign relations--United States
- Latin America--Politics and government
- National Characteristics
- Rural development--Developing countries
- South Africa--politics and government
- Urbanization--Developing countries
- Legends--Latin America
- Tales--Latin America.
- Indian mythology--Latin America
- Temples, Hindu--India, South
- Sculpture, Hindu--India--Exhibitions
- Gods, Hindu, in art--Exhibitions
- Sculpture, Medieval--India--Exhibitions.
- Music, Africa
- Music, Latin American
- World music--Instruction and study.
- African Poetry
- Women and Literature, Africa
- Latin American Poetry
- Art, African
- Art, Primitive--Africa, West
- Masks (Sculpture)
- Art, Black--Africa, West
- All Souls Day ~ Day of the Dead
- Latin America--Literature
- Pereira, Lúcia Miguel, 1901-1959
- Ocampo, Victoria, 1890-1979
- Mistral, Gabriela, 1889-1957
Examples of Print Resources from the Reference Collection
- Culturegrams: The Nations Around Us Reference R909.82C968
- The DK Geography of the World Reference R910D626g
- The Europa World Year Book Reference R341.184E89
- Western Europe 2000 ~ The World Today Series R909.83 W527 2000
- The World Almanac & Book of Facts Reference R317.3W927
- WorldMark Encyclopedia of Cultures and Daily Life 4 vols. Reference R 305.8003 W927
Examples of Print Resources from the Circulating Collection
- Doing Business in ...(Do a Browse Title search on this in Illinet Online)
- Brazil, A Country Study. 918.1B827, 1998
- Africa in the global economy. 337.67M939a
- After the Trees. 338.16S849A
- Green Politics and Global Trade. 382.917 A913G
- Standing Together, Standing Apart:National Identities after NAFTA. 382.917 j74 c1
- Latin America. 918J29L2c.1
- Power and Interdependence. 337 K37p2001
- States and Power in Africa. 303.3096H538s
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Finding Other Circulating Books
The "card catalog" of the A.C. Buehler Library. Use this resource to find books, journal titles, movies, and music owned by Elmhurst College, and information about items located in 65 academic libraries in Illinois. You can locate books owned by the library using I-Share .
SWAN serves as the catalog for 75 public libraries located in the south and near west suburbs of Chicago, including the Elmhurst Public Library.
Dupage Library System Magic Database MAGIC (Multitype Automation Group In Cooperation) is a consortium of libraries using a shared library automation system hosted by the DuPage Library System. MAGIC members include public, school, and academic libraries.
WorldCat A combined catalog of more than 34,000 libraries worldwide.
Evaluating Articles I find in Journals and Online
How do I know whether an article is useful to me?
Learn how to critically analyze information sources.
Is this a scholarly article or a popular article?
How to distinguish between the two.
Finding Articles, Newspapers and Information in Databases
Covers business and management topics, with articles from 2,947 U.S. and international titles from 1971-present. Selected full text.
Academic Search Premier
Provides abstracts from almost 8,200 periodicals in the social sciences, humanities, general science, multicultural studies, and others, with full text articles from nearly 4,650 titles. PDF's go back to 1975 or further, and almost every topic of study is covered.
Business Source Elite
Contains selected full text from over 1,100 journals in business, management, economics, finance, banking, accounting, and related areas. Coverage is from 1985 to present.
Allows access to a plethora of cultural information on over 180 countries and territories throughout the world. In addition to statistics, maps, and images, you can also look at cultural recipes
Provides full text access to over 5,600 news, business, legal, medical and reference sources, including wire services, case law, broadcast transcripts and SEC filings.
This collection allows you to search The Chicago Tribune, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The New York Times Book Review, and The New York Times Magazine simultaneously.
An index to over 2,000 general and academic journals in business, current affairs, economics, literature, religion, psychology, women's studies, and others, from 1987 to present. Selected full text.
How can I find the Journals cited by the databases above that are not full-text?
- Search for the journal title in our alphabetical list of journals online
- Search for the journal title in I-Share Online and find that we own it in paper and find it located on our lower level arranged aphabetically by journal title
- How do I order a photocopy of an article I can't find at Elmhurst College?
Finding Internet Resources
Country Information Sources
U.S. Government Sources
Evaluating Internet Resources
How to Cite the Sources
- MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 4th ed. R808.042 M685 1995
- Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 5th ed. R808.06615 P976 2002
- Electronic Reference Formats Recommended by the American Psychological Association
- Citing Sources
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This page was revised February 2006 by Donna Goodwyn, Associate Librarian,Reference Department, Elmhurst College.
Audio and Video Resources for Cultural Study available to watch or listen to in the library during library hours
African Art introduces noted experts who explain the importance of reappraising African Art within its own cultural context. Then local Malian inhabitants in the Dogon, a Bamana village, and the walled city of
comment on the function of art and the role of the artist in their society. Djenne
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The Africans: Garden of Eden in decay
Identifies the problems of a continent that produces what it does not consume and consumes what it does not produce; shows
Africa's struggle between economic dependence and decay.
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The Africans: New conflicts
Explores the conflicts and tensions inherent in the juxtaposition of the three heritages of
Africa: traditional African, Western and Islamic. Looks at the ways these conflicts have contributed to the rise of nationalist movements, the warrior tradition of indigenous Africa, the jihad tradition of Islam, and modern guerilla warfare.
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Explores the culture and the events that have shaped South and Central America and the
Caribbeanand examines the issues currently confronting the Latin American nations.
1--The garden of forking paths : dilemmas of national development (This program focuses on
- its history, politics and government, and economic and social problems and conditions.) Argentina
2-- Capital sins : authoritarianism and democratization (This program focuses on
- its economic and social conditions, people and resources and politics and government.) Brazil
3--Continent on the move : migration and urbanization (This program focuses on
and the migration from rural areas to the cities. Examines the social and economic problems in present day Mexico ) Mexico
4--Mirrors of the heart: race and identity (This program focuses on identity, race and ethnicity in three Latin American countries -
Bolivia, Dominican Republicand . ) Haiti
5--In women's hands : the changing roles of women (This program focuses on the women of
and how political and social changes since the 1970's has changed the traditional role of women. Women have become a new force, changing families, their communities and their country. ) Chile
6--Miracles are not enough : continuity and change in religion (This program examines the changing role of religion and the Catholic Church in
Braziland . In the last 30 years, the religious landscape has changed dramatically, with new religions challenging Catholicism, old and new beliefs mingling, and the Catholic Church undergoing remarkable changes.) Nicaragua
7--Builders of images : Latin American cultural identity (In this program, meet artists from Puerto Rico, Brazil, Mexico and Argentina who are creating works that reflect and influence their people's cultural identity.)
8--Get up, stand up : problems of sovereignty (This program focuses on the issue of sovereignty of Caribbean and Latin American nations, looks at
Jamaicaand . Examines political, economic and social problems in these countries and the effects of intervention by the Colombia in their affairs.) United States
9--Fire in the mind : revolutions and revolutionaries (As Latin American countries struggle to come to terms with their problems, many demand fundamental structural change - revolution. This program focuses on revolutions in two countries:
El Salvadorand . It examines the conflict in Peru , rooted in issues of land and poverty and where some of the problems are being addressed. But in El Salvador , serious economic conditions and poverty have resulted in a violent and more deadly revolutionary group, the Shining Path.) Peru
10. The Americans: The Latin American and Caribbean presence in the U.S.
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Approach of dawn: portraits of Maya women forging peace in
Documents the story of Maya women of
and their role in the human rights struggle. Focuses on three women whose lives have been shattered by Guatemala 's genocidal civil war. Guatemala
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The art of the Dogon
Attempts to capture the beauty and power of Dogon art while placing it in context within Dogon beliefs and culture.
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Banking on life and debt
Demonstrates how millions of children are sacrificed for the sake of financial stability. Traces the post-World War II change which led to the current world economic order. Viewers travel to three continents for reports from
Ghana, Brazil, and the . Philippines
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The business of hunger
Examines a major cause of world hunger which is being created when small, native farmers are forced off the land and are replaced by multinational agribusinesses that produce food for export rather than local consumption. Shows scenes of recent food riots in
Braziland the , starving women and children, and displaced farmers. Includes testimony by religious missionaries in third world countries and comments by representatives of human welfare organizations. Dominican Republic
VIDEO 338.19 B979
This series of 22 programs examines globalization's effects on cities and their inhabitants. Globalization coupled with a lack of action by world leaders is causing an ever-widening gap in wealth, separating the rich from the impoverished. Poverty is increasing in cities dramatically. People from rural areas all over the world are moving to cities at an alarming rate because rural economies can no longer sustain them. The lure of opportunity and employment draw them to the cities, further exacerbating a global problem
1. City life – Follows Marta Suplicy, the mayor of Săo Paulo, Brazil, as she visits schools, hospitals, favelas, and a shelter for battered women, in her quest to improve the living conditions of the city.
2. The Long March –- This film tells the story of Chengdu: in 256 BC, the Dujiangyan Irrigation System was built, channeling the Min River through Chengdu in what is still seen as a triumph of hydraulic engineering. The irrigation system was neglected and abused during the industrial development of the 1970's, resulting in massive pollution and floods. Today, Chengdu's government has succeeded in reversing the damage, turning an urban nightmare into a model of modern-day planning.
3. The Health Protestors – Frustrated doctors, health professionals, and civil rights activists from around the world met in Dhaka in December 2000 at the People's Health Assembly to draw up their demands for health care in a new People's Health Charter. This program follows the process, from a 50,000-person rally in Calcutta, to late-night drafting sessions, to the final publication of the charter on the last day of the Assembly.
4. Together Against Violence— Bennetlands is a ghetto community in the heart of Kingston, Jamaica, which was once a peaceful place with a primary school, two churches, and a health clinic. In the 1980s rival gangs began a war over the main street, terrorizing the neighborhood. When one of the gang leaders was shot outside the health clinic, the community decided to change things, and local leaders challenged the gangs to heal their differences and work together to restore a sense of community and peace in the neighborhood.
5. Paradise Domain – A tiny nation in the South Pacific, Tuvalu and its 10,000 people suffer from underdevelopment and a lack of jobs, subsisting on fishing and harvesting coconuts. Tuvala had one valuable asset: its coveted domain name, dot tv. In 1999, the prime minister sold the name to an American dot. com company in exchange for several million dollars and access to the wired world. Now it is difficult to determine who is reaping the benefits--the Tuvalu islanders or the United States corporation.
6. Pavements of Gold – Urban poverty is one of the largest problems facing the world in the 21st century. Looking at Lima, Peru, this program examines the enduring magnetism of big cities and asks whether the migrants who have moved here now feel that city life is the answer to their dreams.
7. Doing the Right Thing – Porto Alegre, the capital of Brazil's southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul, was once an ordinary, dirty, Brazilian port city. Through a direct democracy program known as the "participatory budget," transformation has taken place, including a fallen unemployment rate, an excellent public transportation system, and the dramatic improvement of poor neighborhoods. This program traces the experiences of two women, both born in poor slum areas, who have risen through this program as neighborhood leaders.
8. My Mother Built This House – There are four million homeless people in South Africa who live in shacks in slums or squatter settlements. Government programs are building houses for these homeless, but it is a slow process. This program looks at the difference the South African Homeless People's Federation is making. The federation members, most of whom are women, save up money to add to their government grants, allowing them to build larger houses, helping women and their families live in a home of their own.
9. Barcelon Bluepring Once the industrial heart of the region of Catalonia in Spain, Bacelon was becoming a failed European city...
10. Gaza Under Siege— The Gaza Strip is home to a million Palestinians, most of whom are refugees whose parents and grandparents went there in 1948 after Israel moved in. In this program, we meet Reyidh and Sabah, members of one refugee family trying to cope. This program also examines why the United Nations fails to criticize Israel's aggression and denies Palestinian statehood.
11. Waiting to Go – According to the United Nations, there are 375,000 Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, most of whom live in poverty. This program follows a Palestinian doctor working in the PLO-funded Haifa hospital in Burj el-Barajneh refugee camp, Beirut. She earns $200 per month and she is forbidden in any Lebanese hospital. Other refugees with degrees are allowed to pick oranges, but none are allowed to rebuild their houses. Those who can get out do, but all hope to one day return to their villages in Palestine.
12. A Fistful of Rice – Nine out of every ten children in Nepal suffer from some form of malnutrition, which ironically goes unnoticed. This program examines the complex causes and effects of protein energy malnutrition through the stories of people in Nepal who live with it on a daily basis. It also looks at ways of changing attitudes toward food and gender.
13. Patently Obvious – Protection of intellectual property is the foundation of the 21st century new knowledge economy. In the Indian state of Gujarat, Professor Anil Gupta travels from village to village seeking out grassroots inventors and helping them document their work and protect it with patents. Gupta's work not only helps these traditional knowledge keepers earn more money, but also allows them to earn respect and interest from the next generation.
14. The Other Side – Examines the devastating impact of Mexican-United States migration. The families and communities left behind are disabled, and their languages and cultures are being destroyed. This program looks at villagers who strive to ensure that their children will no longer have to migrate to have a better life.
15. The Miller's Tale – Iron deficiency anemia is the most widespread nutritional disorder in the world, affecting more than two billion people. The easiest way to combat the problem is to fortify the flour in bread, but complex social and cultural issues in the Middle East make fortification difficult. Bread has been sacred since ancient times, and many millers refuse to add anything unnatural to their bread because of their beliefs. This program looks at the efforts to introduce fortified flour in Yemen and Egypt, two of the most affected countries.
16. Brazil: Winning Against AIDS – HIV/AIDS sufferers in Brazil today get the same treatment as HIV/AIDS sufferers in the USA and Europe-the same free antiretroviral drugs, clinical care, and monitoring. Since Brazil started to manufacture its own HIV/AIDS drugs in 1997, the country's patients have proved just as capable of taking their medicines on time as Americans or Europeans, and the Brazilian government's national HIV/AIDS program has halved the death rate from AIDS, prevented thousands of new patients from being hospitalized, and helped stabilize the epidemic. This has given the lie to the drug companies' arguements. So is Brazil's program the template for AIDS treatment elsewhere? This program examines whether it can be replicated in other countries.
17. Missing Out – Niger is one of the poorest countries in the world, and less than a third of the population has access to any health care. Malnutrition remains the main cause of maternal and infant mortality, and over half of all pregnant women suffer from iron deficiency anemia. In Tanzania, malaria is blamed for the increase in anemia. UNICEF believes that the solution is providing micromultinutrient pills which contain iron folate and other vitamins. This program follows two traditional birth attendants as they try to persuade women to take iron folate supplements and visit hospitals. It also looks at what could happen when donors pull out of distribution programs.
18. Stop the Traffick – Thirty years of war have left Cambodia ravaged and poverty-stricken, making it particularly vulnerable to the child labor industry. Children as young as 10 years old are trafficked into cities from rural areas to become sex workers or trafficked out to Thailand to work as beggars, domestic laborers, or laborers on construction sites. This program examines the trade and new efforts by the International Labor Organization and local groups to rescue the children and stop the traffic.
19. My Hanoi – This program tells the story of Tran Thuy Linh, whose family has lived in the flower village area of Hanoi for generations but must now move. Thuy describes the extended family she grew up with and looks at their lives against the changing city.
20. Lines in the Dust – In a small village in northern Ghana, a group of men and women discuss their daily chores with the help of a chart they've drawn in the dust. This village is part of a program called Reflect, which aims to reach the 900 million illiterate adults across the world. Reflect uses participants' own knowledge and experience as starting points for learning. Lines in the dust looks at this program in Ghana and India, and how it not only teaches people to read, write, and work with numbers, the participants are also changing ideas about men's and women's separate workloads, standing up for their rights, earning more money for their families, and becoming self-assured.
21. Paying the Price – Paying the Price investigates the history of AIDS treatment in Africa. It details Uganda's success with a UN-sponsored program of price reduction and medical education, and South Africa's refusal to begin a national AIDS treatment program despite defeating a drug company court challenge to the government's import and manufacture of generic antiretroviral drugs. Finally, it looks at the success of smaller local programs that are bringing hope for the future to many infected Africans.
22. Holy Smoke: Cambodians Fight Tobacco --Developing countries like Cambodia bear the brunt of aggressive marketing techniques by huge multinational tobacco companies. There are no health warnings on tobacco products in Cambodia and no bans on sales to minors. However, since the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime, previously suppressed religion has asserted itself as an instrument of change. Buddhist monks are now spearheading the campaign to persuade Cambodians to give up tobacco.
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The cry of reason
A chronicle of the singular spiritual and political journey of the Rev. C.F. Beyers Naudé, from trusted pastor to the Afrikaner élite, to staunch supporter of the freedom movement. An eloquent and impassioned reflection upon the agony of South Africa.
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Indian lawyer, Mohandas K. Gandhi, becomes the leader of the powerful, peaceful revolution against British imperialism.
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Gandhi: pilgrim of peace
Videocassette release of a segment of the televiosion series Biography.
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American filmmaker James Longley follows a range of Palestinian Arabs living in the Gaza Strip and events following the election of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, including the first major armed incursion by the Israeli Army (IDF) forces in spring 2001. Filmed almost entirely in the vérite style without narration and with little explanation, this documentary focuses on ordinary Palestinians rather than politicians presenting a rare look inside the stark realities of Palestinian life and death under Israeli military occupation.
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Documents the development and use of India's satellite used for television broadcasting into the remote villages of India. Reviews the impact of both educational and entertainment TV on rural communities.
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Good Kurds, bad Kurds: no friends but the mountains
This program presents the history of the Kurdish people and their modern struggle for independence. It also presents a paradox in U.S. foreign policy which portrays the Kurds as "good" when they are Saddam Hussein's victims and "bad" when they are waging an armed insurrection against Turkey, an American ally.
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Great tales in Asian art
Tells four beloved stories of India, Indonesia, Korea, and Japan through masterpieces of the visual arts, drama, and dance.
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India and the infinite
Pictures an India of many paradoxes and extremes: the many religions, the love of ritual and what it symbolizes, and great art and architecture.
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India: defying the crown
In 1930, Indian nationalists were impatient with British foot-dragging on promises to move India toward self-rule, and appointed Mohandas Gandhi to lead "the final struggle for freedom."
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India: holy cow
Women filmmakers travel to India, to find women who revel in their country's spiritual fabric and ethic of giving back, among them a cop who tempers rifle practice with meditation, a former journalist battling the sex trade in Mumbai, and the first Indian woman to summit Everest.
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Inside the global economy: prg 10 --Developing countries
This series explains and explores the growing economic interdependence of nations--how it happens and how it affects lives around the world.
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Iran: behind closed cha-dors adventure divas
Women filmmakers travel to Iran, where they meet a courageous magazine publisher, a filmmaker whose most recent movie leads to her arrest, a poet who explains her country's obsession with poetry, a rebellious artist who paints Adam and Eve.
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Long night's journey into day
For over forty years, South Africa was governed by the most notorious form of racial domination since Nazi Germany. When it finally collapsed, those who had enforced apartheid's rule wanted amnesty for their crimes. Their victims wanted justice. As a compromise, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) was formed. As it investigated the crimes of apartheid, the Commission brought together victims and perpetrators to relive South Africa's brutal history. By revealing the past instead of burying it, the TRC hoped to pave the way to a peaceful future.
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N!ai, the story of a !Kung woman
Explores the life of N!ai, a woman of the !Kung people of Namibia, who lives on a reservation in the Namibia/Botswana area of South Africa. Chronicles changes in lifestyle from 1951 through 1978 and the coming of the white man and shows how these people are doing in a modern society.
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Profiles in progress
Presents individuals and institutions which are producing economic, social, and cultural progress in developing countries today.
1.Casablanca drive -- 2. Marketing mystique -- 3. School story -- 4. Singapore, beyond tomorrow -- 5. India's man of steel -- 6. Belize, a search in the sun -- 7. Nepal, on top of the world -- 8. The philosopher prince -- 9. Indonesia's doctor of happiness -- 10. Malaysia, the delicate balance -- 11. Designing women -- 12. Mastering money -- 13. A matter of people -- 14. Our children, keeping the promise.
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The power of place
Introduction, Globalization and world regions.
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Rites of passage : four stories of survival
This documentary presents the stories of the coming of age of four girl from Nicaragua, India, Jamaica and Burkino Faso, West Africa. Purberty is too often the beginning of a life of abuse and early death in many societies.
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South Africa: "freedom in our lifetime"
A black "uprising" against the injustice of apartheid began in 1984. Many young blacks knew they could not win by violent force. Instead they organized at the grassroots-taking control of their own townships and making their grievances known to the white population.
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We are Guatemalans
This documentary interviews a group of 2000 Guatemalan refugees returning to their hometown, Cuarto Pueblo, after 12 years of exile in Mexican refugee camps.
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Zulu is set in Africa in 1879 only hours after the battle of Isandhlwana. A small group of British soldiers stood their ground at a farm house against an onslaught of wave after wave of Zulus.
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Africa, south of the Sahara
African and Afro-American drums
African and Afro-American drums
M12 A258 C/D
Anthology of music of Black Africa.
Burmese folk and traditional music
Drums of Haiti
Drums of Trinidad
Escalay; The water wheel; oud music from Nubia.
Fiestas of Peru: music of the high Andes.
Folk music of India
Folk music of Mexico
Indian music of the Upper Amazon
Kingdom of the Sun; Peru's Inca Heritage
Modern Mayan: the Indian Music of Chiapas, Mexico
M12 M689M VOL.I &II
Mountain music of Peru
Music of Equatorial Africa
Music of Indonesia
Music of Southeast Asia
Music of the Chinese tribes in the Golden Triangle
National anthems of the world.
Germany.--Wales.--Holland.--Guinea.--Italy.--Bulgaria.--Japan.--Luxembourg.--Czechoslovakia.--Ghana.--Canada.--Belgium.--Austria.--Denmark.--India--Poland.--Iceland.--Korea.--An American trilogy: Dixie; Battle Hymn of the Republic; America the beautiful.--Great Britain.--Hungary.--Venezuela.--Finland.--Sweden.--Peru.--Nationalist China.--Greece.--Norway.--Chile.--France.--Israel.--Russia (USSR)--Switzerland.--Burma.--Ireland.--Spain.--People's Republic of China.--Portugal.--United States of America.
Negro folk music of Africa and America
Ramnad Krishnan: kaccheri; a concert of South Indian classical music.
Songs of the Yuma, Cocopa, and Yaqui
Tibetan Buddhism: tantras of Gyütö.
World anthems. Vol. 1
(United States of America -- United Kingdom -- Canada -- Italy -- Argentina -- South Africa -- Ukraine --India -- Hungary -- France -- China -- Slovakia --Czech Republic -- Venezuela -- Egypt -- Russia --Spain -- Trinidad and Tobago -- Jordan -- Belgium --Ireland -- Greece -- Chile -- Finland -- Kenya --South Korea -- Israel -- Denmark -- Bulgaria -- Brazil -- Japan -- Monaco -- Latvia -- Mexico -- New Zealand -- Ethiopia -- Sweden -- Poland -- Lithuania -- Taiwan -- Indonesia -- Germany -- Estonia -- The Netherlands -- Norway -- Austria -- Turkey – Australia)
MCD M645W V.1
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