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    This is one of the best accordionists Miroljub Arandjelovic Kemis, playing Ciprian Porumbescu's Ciocârlia...

    100 Gypsy Violins, one of my fav...

    100 trumpeters in Belgrade, playing "Volga, Volga mat' rodnaya", very good...

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    I´ve always liked the lithuanian dances and its music since my gf is lithuanian and she tried to teach me how to, but she already gave up

    Flamenco is pretty well known around the world for being a typical spanish music, but its origin is in Andalucia, Extremadura and Murcia. In the other spanish regions they also have their traditional music like "la Jota" in Aragon, "Sardana" in Catalunya, "Muñeira" in Galicia...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArkadiosV2 View Post
    Always cheerful

    "new wave" folk music:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8wH2...eature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7r96c7wUzZk
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    Folk/Pagan metal from Latvia - Skyforger. I've seen them live few times, great music, amasing live performances. Enjoy:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wkA90VnoV8
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    I think you already know Korpiklaani... I used to listen them A LOT...
    Anyway, here's a sample... (folk metal it is, btw).



    Hungarian... incredible but i can really understand some parts of it .
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    I love the music and the chaotic dance on this one.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Juan Carlos Nadal View Post
    I love the music and the chaotic dance on this one.

    In order not to hijack this thread, I refrain from giving some other examples.
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    This is getting really sick... From Lithuanian folk metal to Egyptian brake-dance, what's next?

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    Some spiced up folk





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    Didn't know about Rebetiko music, it instantly reminded me of Fado. The similarities are amazing.
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    here's traditional filipino song ( in bicolano dialect) fused with latin beats

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    "Ghariba" (Stranger) in Iraqi Arabic dialect
    Sang by Marianne Holmboe (Sweden)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyhTgpSVmc4

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    Joey Ayala:




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