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Title: Gagaku: the Court Music of Japan
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Call Number: VCR 98-4
Description: History and styles of gagaku; two copies.
Keywords: Documentary; Japanese Music

Title: Genghis Blues
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Call Number: DVD 2009-229
Description: Paul Pena, a blind American blues musician's, trek to Tuva to live among its inhabitants and compete in their triennial khoomei, a throat singing contest. He is accompanied by Tuvinian throat singer Kongar-ol Ondar.
Keywords: Roko Belic; Documentary; Folk Music; Tuva

Title: Jongos, Calangos e Folias: Musica Negra, Memoria e Posia
Series Title / Date: 2007
Call Number: DVD 2013-192
Description: Documentary on the traditional music of descendents of slaves from Rio de Janiero emphasizing the poetry of the songs.
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Title: Moog
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Call Number: DVD 2010-62
Description: Features Robert Moog, a legendary figure in inventing and building electronic musical instruments.
Keywords: Electronic Music; Design; Moog Synthesizer

Title: Music of India
Series Title / Date: 2004
Call Number: DVD 2011-36
Description: Demonstrations and concerts with various instruments used in Indian music.
Keywords: World Music

Title: Music of Japan
Series Title / Date: 2004
Call Number: DVD 2011-34
Description: Instruments used in Japanese music.
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Title: Nagauta: the Heart of Kabuki Music
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Call Number: VCR 98-3
Description: Nagauta version of "Sue Hirogari"; two copies.
Keywords: Japanese Music

Title: Noh
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Call Number: VCR 2002-34
Description: Artists from Kinzu Komparu's Noh troupe demonstrate Noh styles & forms.
Keywords: Documentary; Noh; Japanese Music and Theater

Title: The Drums of Dagbon
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Call Number: DVD 2010-135
Description: Discusses the Dagbomba drummers in northern Ghana.
Keywords: Percussion

Title: Tradition of Performing Arts in Japan
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Call Number: VCR 93- 23
Description: In-depth look at kabuki, noh, and bunraku arts.
Keywords: Japanese theater