1. Early Recordings of Ives, Komitas & Cowell, ca. 1957-70
    Maro Ajemian & Anahid Ajemian with Elden Bailey

  2. Tarab Vocal Art in Khedival Cairo, vol. 2, ca. 1908 - 1914

  3. Tarab Vocal Art in Khedival Cairo, vol. 1, 1907-10
    Yusuf Al-Manyalawi

  4. Arab-American Live Recordings from Passaic County, New Jersey, vol. 1: 1958-70
    Tony Abdelahad & friends

  5. Mardi Rollow Field Recordings of Dance Music in Morocco and Tunisia, 1974-76

  6. Friendship
    Joseph Zeytoonian, John Manoush & Leon Janikian

  7. Music for Ondes Martenot
    Jeanne Loriod

  8. Oriental Dances Past & Present

  9. Greek Folk Songs in New York City ca. 1916-26
    Mme. Koula Antonopoulo

  10. Rapsodia para un Cuatro: Venezuelan Instrumental Masterpieces ca. 1973
    Ali Landaeta

  11. Laura Boulton Documentary Indian Recordings from Arizona, New Mexico, Oaxaca, Puebla, Mexico City & Yucatan, April - Oct. 1940

  12. Duduk Solos
    Sergey Karapetyan

  13. You Carry My Hope: Judeo-Spanish Songs in Los Angeles, Sept. 1942 - Feb. 1943
    Jack Mayesh

  14. Bela Bartok: Sonata for Solo Violin Sz. 117, BB 124: First Recording June 1947
    Yehudi Menuhin

  15. Bela Bartok & Alan Hovhaness: First Recordings, 1947-49
    Maro & Anahid Ajemian and friends

  16. Orbits, Mountains, Moons & Flowers: Selected Chamber Works, Recorded ca. 1955-57
    Alan Hovhaness

  17. Visions de l'Amen for two pianos: First Recording, 1949
    Yvonne Loriod & Olivier Messiaen

  18. She Turned Red: Ukrainian Instrumental Folk Music in Alberta, Canada ca. 1951-53
    Metro Radomsky

  19. Gregorian Chants, 1930
    Choir of the Monks of the Abbey of Saint Pierre de Solesmes directed by Dom Joseph Gajard

  20. Yellow Ginger: Hawaiian Recordings ca. 1948-58

  21. Songs & Dances of Karpathos, Greece in Baltimore in the 1970s
    I. Pavlides & I. Paros

  22. Uday Shankar Company of Hindu Musicians: New York City, Feb. 2, 1937
    Vishnudas Shirali and Company

  23. Ashoogh: Their Complete Recordings ca. 1943-47
    Yenovk Der Hagopian & Samuel Haidostian

  24. Fish & Poi: Hawaiian Independent 78rpm Discs ca. 1945-56

  25. The Queen of Whistlers: Nov. 1920 - May 1929
    Margaret McKee

  26. Come On Honey: Arab-American Women ca. 1943-58 from Independent 78rpm Discs

  27. Enough Misery!: Recordings from Beirut, Cairo, Constantinople & Smyrna, 1906-1913

  28. Gamelan in the Mangkunegaran Court, Surakarta, Java, 1931-37
    Gamelan Kjahi Kanjoet Mèsem of the Mangkunegaran Palace

  29. Lemko Wedding and Life-Sketches: Carpatho-Rusyns in New York, April 1928 - Sept. 1930
    Stefan Shkimba & Co.

  30. Master Musician Plays Middle East Classics: Iraqi-American Violinist & Composer, 1958-72
    Hakki Obadia

  31. Star of the East: Arabic Songs in Massachusetts, 1948-49
    Russell Bunai

  32. Everything's OK Polka: 78rpm Discs on the Stella label, ca. 1953-59

  33. Kalos Diskos: Greek Folk & Popular Songs in NYC ca. 1952-56
    Nikos Pourpourakis, Thodoros Kavourakis, Angeliki Palagoudi, Andreas Poggis & friends

  34. Nights of Happiness: Arab-American Violinist in New York ca. 1954-61
    Sami Shaheen

  35. Serbian Dance Band in New Jersey, ca. 1949-50
    Banat Tamburitza Orchestra

  36. Surrender My Life: Istanbul Recordings ca. 1933-62
    Şükrü Tunar, Udi Hrant & Company

  37. Let's Stamp: 1950s Folk Dance Recordings from Bulgarian and Yugoslavian 78rpm Discs

  38. Feb. 1935 - Dec. 1936
    Ustad Abdul Karim Khan

  39. His Delicious Voice So Liquid: The Complete May 1927 Nightingale Recordings
    Beatrice Harrison

  40. America the Sweet: Arab-American Music, 1913-23 (& ca. 1950)
    Alexander Maloof

  41. Calm When You Passed By: Aotearoa Songs 1927-29
    Ana Hato and Deane Waretini

  42. I Love You and I'm Sure: Arabic Songs in the U.S. 1927-28
    Edna Marrache السيدة ادما مراعش

  43. Quatuor pour le fin du temps: the First Recording
    Olivier Messiaen

  44. In an Egyptian Garden
    Adjin Asllan, Tarik Bulut, the Garabed Brothers, et al

  45. What Holds the Flames Together: Matts Arnberg Recordings of Instrumental Swedish Village Music, 1948-51

  46. Opening a Window to Cosmic Love: Private Acetate Discs ca. 1946-55
    Alan Hovhaness

  47. Armenian Songs in Constantinople & New York, 1914-26
    Armenag Shah-Mouradian

  48. Anastenaria: Thracian Firewalking Ritual Music

  49. My Lord Lives in America: Arab-American Songs in California ca. 1940
    Braheen Abdo Urban

  50. Let's Add Raki to Wine: Women in Istanbul ca. 1931-46

  51. Canary Anniversary Sampler: Ottoman-American Recordings Since TWSP, Sept. 1912 to April 1932

  52. Under the Counter: U.S. Sleaze & Stag Recordings ca. 1940s-50s

  53. Oh My Soul: Armenian and Turkish Language Music from the Parsekian Label in New Jersey ca. 1923-26

  54. A Diamond Ring: Armenian-American Independent Releases ca. 1922-26

  55. The Undertaker's Picnic: Armenian Kef Music in Fresno, ca. 1940s-50s
    Oscar Kevorkian & Mesrob Takakjian

  56. The Taste of My Heart: Greek Women Singers ca. 1937-57

  57. Cross the Bridge: Polish-American Dances & Songs, Oct. 1923 - March 1931

  58. 3 Ballads of Murdered Mexican Revolutionaries: Aug. 1923 - Jan. 1935

  59. When I See You: His Complete Recordings, Dec. 1916 - Nov. 1917
    Kemany Minas

  60. If I Were a Nightingale: Turkish & Armenian Language Recordings in NYC, Dec. 1916 - June 1921

  61. Songs and Dances of Greece: Early 1950s Istanbul Recordings
    Roza Eskenazi

  62. Beautiful Howling Journey: Popular Songs in Constantinople 1905-07
    Hafouz Achir Effendi

  63. More Notes from Home: Imports for Near Eastern Immigrants Vol II 1905-24

  64. Uncle Ali: Touring Turks in New York City ca. 1951

  65. You Are the Light of the World: Antiochian Byzantine Hymnody in Toledo, Ohio ca. 1940s
    Archbishop Samuel David

  66. The Dull Hatchet: Late 1940s Lemko Instrumentals in Brooklyn NY

  67. No News From Tomorrow: Greek and Turkish Speaking Jewish Women in New York, ca. 1942-50

  68. You Hurt My Feelings: Ottoman Folk Music in NYC, October 1919 - May 1921
    Mary Steele

  69. What Makes You Happy: Greek Music in New York, December 1918 - January 1929
    Marika Papagika

  70. Canary Polka: Ukrainian Folk Music in NYC 1928-32
    Pawlo Humeniuk, Michala Thomasa & Pals

  71. Hi-Fi Adventure in Asia Minor
    Marko Melkon

  72. More Notes From Home Vol 1: Imports for Near-Eastern Immigrants ca. 1927-37

  73. Send Me the Bones: From the Earliest Arab-American Recordings, March 1915 - Feb. 1920

  74. Why Don't You Tell Us the Pain You Have: Greek-American Songs, 1928 - ca. 1948
    George Katsaros

  75. The Nature Singer: His Complete Issued Recordings, Feb. 1915 to Feb 1926
    Charles Kellogg

  76. Wiser Than the Wisdom of Geese: U.S. Game Culture Discs, 1940s-50s

  77. I'm Gonna Give You Everything: 1940s-50s Independent Label 78rpm Dances & Ballads of Anatolian, Greek & Levantine Immigrants

  78. The Cleopatra Record
    Joe Maneri, Udi Hrant, and Friends

  79. Sweet Spring: Armenian Sopranos, 1920s-40s

  80. Everyone is Looking at the Sun: Her Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, 1926-28
    Olga Mella

  81. The Water Runs Uphill: Greek Folk Music in NYC, 1921-25
    Sotirios Stasinopoulos

  82. Quilted Flowers: 1940s Albanian & Epirot Recordings from the Balkan Label

  83. I Go Around Drinking Raki: ca. 1942-51 NYC Recordings
    Marko Melkon

  84. Neither Vanquished Nor Disgraced: Three Fadistas in Lisbon, 1929-30

  85. Hearts & Livers: Global Recordings from 78rpm Discs, ca. 1928-58

  86. Complete Recordings of a 1940s Philadelphia Kef Band
    Arziv Orchestra

  87. I Was Born a Badass Chick: Greek Music in NYC in the 1940s-50s
    Virginia Magidou

  88. Folk Music of Auvergne in Paris, ca. 1927-35
    Martin Cayla & Friends

  89. I Wouldn't Sell You to Anyone: Eastern European Immigrant Musics in the U.S., 1917-29

  90. Sure of Surprises: Commercial Recordings of Unaccompanied Captive & Wild Birds from 78rpm Discs, 1913-36 (plus ca. 1949)

  91. Everything is Fake: Armenian Kef Music in NYC in the 1940s
    Edward Bogosian

  92. Apricot Tree: Soviet-Armenian Music from 78rpm Discs

  93. Why I Came to America: More Folk Music of the Ottoman-American Diaspora, ca. 1917-47

  94. Siffleuses: Professional Women Whistlers on Discs 1917-27 (+1907&1947)

  95. Don't Let Me Be Lost To You B-Sides: Armenian, Greek, Jewish & Turkish Music from the Me Re, Balkan, Metropolitan & Kaliphon labels

  96. I Am Servant of Your Voice: March 1917 - June 1918
    Zabelle Panosian

  97. And Two Partridges II: From the Earliest Turkish, Armenian, Greek & Kurdish Language Recordings in America, September 1915 - June 1916

  98. Very Sweet: Armenian-American Independent Recordings from the Pharos Label ca. 1926-29

  99. Can All Times Be One?: Solo, Duo & Trio Performances From 1950s Independant U.S. Labels
    Udi Hrant

  100. Mid-Eastern Meditations
    Dr. J.K. Sutherland

  101. Ecstatic & Wingless: Bird-Imitation on Four Continents, ca. 1910-44

  102. To What Strange Place: The Music of the Ottoman-American Diaspora, 1916-30

  103. An Unseen Cloud: Commercial American Indian Recordings of the late-40s to mid-50s

  104. And Two Partrigdes: From the Earliest Commercial Turkish-Language American Recordings, 1912

  105. A Better Cure: A Brief History of the Okeh Laughing Record & Its Progeny, 1904-1946

  106. Canary Records 5 Year Anniversary Compilation

  107. Brass Pins & Pearls: International 78s

  108. The Further the Flame, the Worse it Burns Me: Greek Folk Music in New York City, 1919-1928
    Marika Papagika

  109. 1934-1935
    Ustad Abdul Karim Khan

  110. Bed of Pain: Rebetika 1930-55

  111. What Remains of Eden: Anatolian & Levantine Music from 78s, ca. 1928-52

  112. No One Cares: International 78rpm discs, ca. 1911-55

  113. When the Moon Goes Down in the Valley of Time: African-American Gospel, 1939-52

  114. 100 Moons: Hindustani Vocal Art, 1930-55

  115. I'm Burning, I'm Burning: Urban Greek Songs, 1933-37
    Rita Abatzi

  116. Nightingales & Canaries, vol 1: "Oriental" Women on Record, New York & Istanbul, 1928-55

  117. Rocket Infinity: the Global Rise of Rockin' Music, 1942-62

  118. Kesarbai Kerkar: 1944-1953
    Kesarbai Kerkar

  119. The Widow's Joy: Eastern European Immigrant Dances in America, 1925-30

  120. Hata Unacheza: Sub-Saharan Acoustic Guitar & String Music, ca. 1960s

  121. Love is a One-Way Traffic: Groovy East Asian Chicks, 1960s-70s

  122. To Drive Away the Vampires: Balkan Folk Musics, 1930s-80s

  123. Deep Shadow: Musics of Indochina, Indonesia, Thailand & Burma 1920s-50s 78rpm Discs

  124. Missa pro defunctis (The Requiem Mass) from the Solesmes edition
    Choir of the Pius X School, Manhattanville, Purchase, NY

  125. The Lighthouse, the Rooster, the Tears: mid-20th century Brazilian folk recordings

  126. Funeral Dance in the Mountains: Rural Percussion (& Vocal) Ethnographic Recordings from Southeast Asia

  127. The Magic Sunflower
    Blaster Al Ackerman

  128. The Lum & Abner of Morocco
    The Lum & Abner of Morocco

  129. Violets For Your Furs / Effortless Battle
    Ian Nagoski

  130. Warm, Coursing Blood
    Ian Nagoski

  131. Astronomeous


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