(Still more) World Music for the Senses

Chill, relax and simply enjoy beautiful and exotic sounds and voices from the four corners of our planet...with playlists and videos just to appreciate pleasing music for your senses and ears, and be transported to near or faraway places...

For more great World Music videos to listen to, check the other World Music for the Senses pages here, here and here

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Den Fyrste Gongen, a traditional folk song by  popular Earlybird Stringband from Norway

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Zuo Ye De Du Lun Shang by Bing Wen Li from Hong Kong SAR in China with views of the Fragrant Harbour

 

 

Unay Sanjuanitu, a folkloric tune from Ecuador performed by Los Masis from Bolivia

 

 

Htar Wa Ra Thit Sar by Ni Ni Kin Zaw from Myanmar, in a song dedicated to the country's beauty and culture

 

 

Macau Sam Assi, a song in Patua from Macao, showcasing Macanese culture (music starts at 1:45)

 

 

Beautiful native american inspired music with gorgeous images, celebrating the indigenous heritage of the americas

 

 

Jodeln Ist Cool by Oesch's Die Dritten, with  a happy yodeling song from Switzerland

 

 

This Island Is Mine, a song of pride and an invitation to visit by Skinny Fabulous from St Vincent and the Grenadines

 

 

Memoire by Dode, a grunge flavoured folk rock from the French islands of St Pierre et Miquelon off the Canadian Newfoundland coast

 

 

Na Horach Byva, a popular folk song with world influences by the group Hrdza from Slovakia

 

 

No Te Ati Enata by Takanini from the remote and scenic Marquesas islands, one of the French territories in the South Pacific

 

 

M'godro Street, Le Pas De L'Evolution by M'toro Chanou, a singer with strong messages from the French Indian Ocean island of Mayotte

 

 

Schwei Wi Dei Wi Du, typical alpine folkloric song and fun video by Die Mayrhofner from Austria

 

 

No Habra Nadie En El Mundo by Concha Buika from Spain, with her uniquely beautiful Flamenco inspired sound

 

 

Supposing, an audio clip by the Lashing Dogs scratch band from the British Virgin Islands, with a musical style known there as Fungi

 

 

We're from Pitcairn Island by Trent Christian, one of 50 people from the British island of Pitcairn of 'Mutineers of the Bounty' fame  

 

 

Vor I Vaglaskogi, a song in the vernacular by the internationally acclaimed group Kaleo from Iceland

 

 

Let's Go To The Reef, a travel inviting song and video by Lovey Forbes from the British islands of Turks and Caicos

 

 

Last Boat To St Helena, a ballad by Everafter about the changes coming to St Helena  one of the more remote outposts of Great Britain

 

 

Doći Cu Ti Na Komove, a popular folk song by Milimir DjuricicDjuka from Montenegro

 

 

Kaleha Elaa Allah by Fahad Al Kubaisi from the small but influential State of Qatar, an oil rich monarchy on the Arabian Peninsula

 

 

Vuelvo A Mi Ecuador by the group Proyeccion from Bolivia, in a song dedicated to fellow Andean country Ecuador

 

 

Kihiene by Zena Bacar, legendary lead singer of the group Eyuphuro from Mozambique

 

 

Yashaljak Eken by Sahydursun Garajayewa, a popular singer from the central Asian republic of Turkmenistan

 

 

Bolgarym, Kazanym, a Volga Tatar folk song by Ethnogroup Rivayat from the Tatarstan region of Russia

 

 

Nanook, a song about the plight of the polar bear by the band Nanook from the autonomous Danish territory of Greenland

 

 

Jeremane by Magdeline 'Charma Gal'  Lesolebe from Botswana, with a lively Tswana traditional dance tune

 

 

Pastro by Iva, a traditional song from the West African nation of Guinea Bissau, formerly a Portuguese colony

 

 

Ly-O-Lay Ale Loya, a potent song by native American group Sacred Spirit from the USA

 

 

Baselaia Ne Wetr by Roumadyval from New Caledonia, a collectivity of France, originally inhabited by the Melanesian Kanak people

 

 

Mono'i Tupuna by Tamariki Poerani, a gracious song from Tahiti, the largest island in the Overseas Collectivity of French Polynesia

 

 

Čudna Jada Od Mostara Grada by legendary group Mostar Sevdah Reunion from Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

 

Federkleid, a beautiful sounding song by the medieval inspired neo Pagan group Faun from Germany 

 

 

Ñuca Llacta and Ñuaupa Llacta, two cheerful San Juanitos by the group Huayra Yacu Daulis from Ecuador

 

 

Oro Se Vie, lively modern folk by the Bohemian Bards from the Czech Republic

 

 

Dy Kosova by Shkurte Fejza from Kosovo, the Albanian speaking breakaway Republic still awaiting full international recognition

 

 

Bangiza by Linos Wengara Magaya from Zimbabwe, a song expressing the country's rich cultural and musical heritage

 

 

Nying Jemo, a beautiful modern folk song by Tsering Gyurmey from the 'Roof of the World', the autonomous region of Tibet in China

 

 

Folk inspired celebration song by a children group from the Sultanate of Oman, showcasing scenes of this beautiful country

 

 

Beautiful Samoa by Mr. Tee from the South Pacific island sovereign nation of Samoa, not to be confused with American Samoa

 

 

Song of Duke Vitautas by Stary Olsa from Belarus, a folk song about an important historical event in the country's past

 

 

Cafe De l'Amour, a happy and sweet sounding song by the late Barthelemy from the South Pacific French Territory of Tahiti

 

 

Hora De La Balti by Fratii Stefanet, with folklore from the Romanian speaking Republic of Moldova

 

 

Te Aira, a folkloric song and dance from the island of Nui in the South Pacific nation of Tuvalu

 

 

Zeyra, a cultural presentation in the Tunisian TV studios of the country's Sufi musical and devotional tradition

 

 

Djerba, a composition dedicated to this southern Tunisian island by the late Ridha Kalai, Tunisia's King of Violin

 

 

The Night Of Ulaanbatar, a melodious and refined composition by the Musa collective from Singapore

 

 

 Baba Bahri by Imane al-Sherif from Tunisia, with a song from the folklore of the Sfax region

 

 

In Love With Nauru, a song composed for the people of the Pacific Island of Nauru, the world's smallest island nation

 

 

Carpathian Czardas by Ivan Pylypets, lively folklore from the Carpathia region of Ukraine

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