Three musicians of the Tigre tribe»
Traditional Tigre folk song»
Music of the Burgi Tribe»
Members of the Galla Tribe»
Falshim people of Ambover»
Mixed singers with tcherawata and coboro»
Music of the Konso people»
Shambukaw player from Gura Valley, Eritrea»
Male singers with tcherawata»
Mbilta players from Gura Valley, Eritrea»
Traditional chant, Somali Woman»
Members of the Tigre Tribe»
Gernu tribesman of Arba Minch»
People of the Hagre Salem region»
Masonquo player from Gura Valley, Eritrea»
Members of the Burgi Tribe»
Thirty-six Gidole flutists»
Mixed singers with tcherawata»
Tcherawata player from Gura Valley, Eritrea»
Men and Women of the Amhara Tribe»
Members of the Borana Tribe»
Traditional Ensemble of the Hamar»
The Warrior-Shepherds from the Omo Valley»
Itinerant Sudanese workers in Gura Valley, Eritrea»
Male singer with begenna»
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