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  1. Pan-Nordic band Afenginn2019/03/16
    Kim Nyberg is the composer for Danish group Afenginn (Søren Solkær)
  2. The Morrisons take on O Brother Where Art Thou2019/03/16
    O Brother Where Art Thou - courtesy of The Morrisons
  3. Las Cafeteras @ WOMADelaide2019/03/10
    Las Cafeteras combine spoken word and folk music, with traditional Son Jarocho, Afro-Mexican music and zapateado dancing. (Rafa Cardenas (Supplied))
  4. Mabon's Welsh folk @ WOMADelaide2019/03/10
    Welsh band Mabon (Paul Michael Hughes)
  5. Tara Tiba @ WOMADelaide2019/03/09
    Tara Tiba (taratiba.com)
  6. Gwenno @ WOMADelaide2019/03/09
    Cardiff-based artist Gwenno sings in Cornish and Welsh.
  7. Amjad Ali Khan and the sarod @ WOMADelaide2019/03/09
    Amjad Ali Khan (sbs)
  8. Ralph McTell2019/03/03
    Ralph McTell's guitar (http://www.ralphmctell.co.uk)
  9. Pussy Riot2019/03/03
    Conceptual artist Nadezhda Tolokonnikova (centre) of Pussy Riot performs onstage during Day for Night festival in 2017 in Houston, Texas. (Rick Kern/WireImage via Getty)
  10. Robyn Hitchcock2019/03/02
    Robyn Hitchcock (robynhitchcock.com)
  11. Sharon Shannon2019/03/02
    Sharon Shannon's tenth studio album is called Sacred Earth. (Supplied)
  12. James Ledger + Robert Adamson2019/02/24
    Thirteen Ways to Look at Birds by James Ledger & Paul Kelly (Adelaide Festival)
  13. Western swing from Texas2019/02/24
    Texas Western swing band The Western Flyers in the ABC studios in Sydney (ABC RN: Ellie Parnell)
  14. Julia Jacklin2019/02/23
    The cover from Julia Jacklin's second album Crushing (Nick Mckk)
  15. Wynton Marsalis2019/02/23
    Wynton Marsalis, Luxembourg 2018 (Luigi Beverelli)
  16. An LGBTQI Requiem2019/02/17
    A Queer Divine Rite composer Holcombe Waller (Brittney Valdez)
  17. Charles Hazlewood2019/02/17
    The Nature of Why (Paul Blackmore)
  18. Phoebe Bridgers2019/02/16
    The Californian singer/songwriter has had a big few years with a debut album, international tours and two new bands. (Lera Pentelute)
  19. Wagner's Parsifal2019/02/16
    Wagner's Parsifal by the Victoria Opera (victorianopera.com.au)
  20. Remembering Gerald English (1925-2019)2019/02/10
    Gerald English in 2004 - after Gurrelieder performances at the Melbourne International Arts Festival (The Age - Fairfax Drew Ryan)
  21. Cat Power2019/02/10
    Cat Power's tenth studio album Wanderer sees a return to the blues and folk sounds of her earlier releases. (Eliot Lee Hazel)
  22. Wolfgang Muthspiel2019/02/10
    Wolfgang Muthspiel (wolfgangmuthspiel.com)
  23. Bonus podcast: more from the Chinese Music Ensemble2019/02/09
    Julia Luo, from the Chinese Music Ensemble, plays a guzheng. (Ellie Parnell: RN)
  24. The Eton Choirbook2019/02/09
    Eton Choirbook (Digital Archive of Medieval Music [www.diamm.ac.uk]The Provost and Fellows of Eton College and provided by the Digital Archive of Medieval Music)
  25. Songs for the Lunar New Year2019/02/09
    Nicholas Ng demonstrates the erhu, a two-stringed, bowed fiddle. (Supplied)
  26. Super Rats bonus podcast2019/02/03
    Typical cimbalom from eastern Europe (Pixabay)
  27. Tim Meyen's cimbalom2019/02/03
    Tim Meyen from Super Rats with cimbalom (Ellie Parnell/Roi Huberman)
  28. Neko Case2019/02/03
    Neko Case has performed and recorded with The New Pornographers, case/lang/viers and as a solo artist. (Emily Shur)
  29. Jazz, hip hop and the Japanese creation story2019/02/02
    Japan-based Aaron Chouali is a musician, composer and beat-maker. (Supplied: Arts Centre Melbourne)
  30. Singing for Estonia2019/02/02
    Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir (Mait Jüriado)
  31. Eaves-dropping on Beethoven2019/01/27
    Beethoven portrait from 1815 ( Joseph Willibrord Mähler)
  32. Tiny Ruins2019/01/27
    Tiny Ruins is the musical project of NZ singer-songwriter Hollie Fullbrook (Si Moore)
  33. William Kentridge's opera world2019/01/26
    William Kentridge in his Johannesburg studio (Courtesy Annandale Galleries)
  34. Spinifex Gum2019/01/26
    Felix Riebl and the Marliya singers of Spinifex Gum (Emmaline Zanelli)
  35. William Basinski's 'Disintegration Loops'2019/01/20
    William Basinski (Supplied)
  36. Blick Bassy2019/01/20
    Blick Bassy (Supplied)
  37. Le Vent Du Nord @ WOMADelaide2019/01/20
    Le Vent du Nord (Stephane Najman)
  38. Jen Cloher2019/01/19
    Jen Cloher's fourth album has been released to critical acclaim (Supplied: OkayPhoto)
  39. Sylvan Esso 2019/01/19
    Sylvan Esso (supplied)
  40. Sicily sings2019/01/13
    Good Friday in Sicily, Italy. (Photo by: Riccardo Lombardo/REDA&CO/UIG via Getty Images)
  41. Mia Dyson2019/01/13
    Mia Dyson (Supplied)
  42. The Apartments' Peter Milton Walsh2019/01/12
    Peter Milton Walsh (Rosa Gollan)
  43. Sarah Blasko2019/01/12
    Sarah Blasko (Supplied: Wilk)
  44. Emily Wurramara2019/01/06
    Singer songwriter from Groote Eylandt, Emily Wurramara (www.emilywurramara.com.au, photographer Hannah Bronte)
  45. The incredible story of Chopin's piano2019/01/06
    Wanda Landowska with the piano made by Juan Bauza for Frédéric Chopin (Alexander Binder (c.1914))
  46. Gretchen Parlato2019/01/05
    Gretchen Parlato (Supplied: David Bartolomi)
  47. Count Basie Orchestra2019/01/05
    Count Basie Orchestra, with Carmen Bradford and Scotty Barnhart
  48. Branford Marsalis2019/01/05
    Branford Marsalis performs onstage at Carrie Steele-Pitts Home 130th Anniversary Gala. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)
  49. The Music of 1968 — Part II2018/12/30
    A movie still from Stanley Kubrick's 1968 science fiction film '2001: A Space Odyssey' starring Gary Lockwood. (Photo by Movie Poster Image Art/Getty Images)
  50. The Music of 1968 — Part I2018/12/29
    The Rolling Stones posed together in the Elizabethan room at the Kensington Gore Hotel to host a banquet to promote the launch of their 'Beggars Banquet' album in London on 5th December 1968. From left to right, Keith Richards (front), Brian Jones (behind), Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts. (Photo by Rolls Press/Popperfoto/Getty Images)
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