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|MO 3||Amine and Hamza||Amine and Hamza 2008 Limited Edition CD.||2008||:00|
|GH8||Amine and Hamza||Amine and Hamza 2008 Limited Edition CD.||2008||:00|
|Al Ala Al-Andalusiya||Omar Metioui Ensemble||Deus et Diabolus.||Karon||1999||:00|
|Oud Improvisation||Naseer Shamma||The Fire This Time.||Hidden Art||2003||:00|
|Passport||Marcel Khalife||Promises of the Storm.||Nagam||1999||:00|
|Hamza El Din||Nubala (Nubiana)||Music of Nubia.||Vanguard Records||1964||:00|
|Untitled song performed by Dinka singers||Dinka singers||Music of the Sudan: The Role of Song and Dance in Dinka Society, Album Two: Women's Dance Songs.||Smithsonian Global Sounds||1976||:00|
|Drumming performed by Dinka People of Abyei||Dinka People of Abyei||Music of the Sudan: The Role of Song and Dance in Dinka Society, Album Three: Burial Hymns and War Songs.||Smithsonian Global Sounds||1976||:00|