• The album continues the‘stringed experiments’ of Di Matteo. Here, the artist presents compositions  for bandoneon and string quintet, recorded with soloists from the symphonic orchestras in Montevideo. 

  • Mountain Tale

    The CD marks the second collaboration of Angelite with Huun-Huur-Tu and Mikhail Alperin. The latter’s arrangements leads listeners on a journey of discovery through similarities and differences of Russian, Bulgarian and Tuvan folklore, culminating in the fusion presented on this CD.
  • Bulgarian Voices – Angelite offers to the listener an excellent interpretation of Christmas songs. The variety of styles represented by the music in this release opens new prospects for creativity, thus, making different musical worlds meet far apart in time yet close to the spiritual makeup of contemporary man. 

  • NeverNeverLand


    The album represents the debut of the HotLips band. Mirroring the experience gained in group projects such as Pork Pie and Eyeball, the result is both a review of the past and a glimpse of the future – a kind of fusion of “modern composing”. The charm of the new constellation lies in the electro-acoustic design of the concept. Powerful and sophisticated passages for brass are enhanced by lyrical, challenging solos and funk.

  • Mercy For The Living  is a homage and back to rootsexperience of the Bulgarian Voices Angelite to Christianorthodox music from the 10th to 20th century. The album comprises liturgical chants for women’s choir and male vocalist.

  • After Sunset


    Thousands of people have seen the Bulgarian Georgi Petrov - one of the world's finest gadoulka players - on the stages of Europe without realising who he really is: The musician, arranger and composer of Sofia is a leading instrumentalist in the popular dance show Riverdance. A number of his talented Bulgarien "Friends" contributed on this recording.

  • Oh! That Cello


    All tracks are compositions by Charlie Chaplin for cello and piano, including the word famous "Limelight". Recordings after the original manuscripts, played according to Chaplin's original manuscripts.

  • This album comes as a result of Jasper Van’t Hof”s first collaboration with South African musicians. Having discovered the young Zulu choir Phikelela Sakhula in Durban, Van’t Hof made recordings with them and invited them to Europe for a concert tour.

  • Best of …


    The “Best of” album is a CD full of punchy Pili Pili hits that includes the world hit “Pili Pili” which gave the group its name. Listening to this CD will mean rediscovery of the familiar for some and new discovery of the surprising for others. However, in either case, the arrangement of the titles goes into making the experience one of pure pleasure.

  • This album represents an amazing musical trip by Di Matteo to the roots of tango– the African-based rhythms of Candombe. In Uruguay the descendants of  slaves danced to this rousing music with pronounced hip movements. Candombe is played on three drums: the “Piano” (low register / bass), the “Repique” (medium register/tenor) and the “Chico” (high register/alto). 

  • These 'Street Stories' transformed Dona Rosa  from a mere Fado street singer to a real stage performer. 

  • This album gathers melodies from the earlier Sephardic tradition. Medieval Spanish romances and Arabic-Andalusian songs illustrate the preservation and further development of the Sephardic musical culture after its originators, the Spanish Jews, had been expelled from Spain. With the soloists Fadia el-Hage from Beirut und Belinda Sykes, London.

  • With Mozart’s “Rondo Alla Turca” at its core, this production encompasses early instances of a fascination with things exotic, an attitude based on the equation of the exotic with the promise of great happiness.

  • The very constellation of the ensemble- trumpet, three voices and bass- forces and allows new insight into each of the musical genres alluded to, typically labelled Tango, Jazz, Rap, Ethnopop, Belcanto, etc. The standard distribution of roles in the band has also come completely out of joint: The question 'Who is accompanying whom?' has become irrelevant. No-one is accompanying anyone, and everyone is accompanying everyone.

  • a cappella


    Multicolored, poetical, inventive, and literally without boundaries, two men and two women clearly dare to compete in the land of Zap Mama. Of French, Guayanese, Morrocon and Zairese extraction, TAM 'ECHO' TAM rely on their solid mastering of vocal expression to create an eclectic repertoire bringing in elements from gospel, jazz, African roots-music, French chanson and American folk-bop.

  • Nomansland


    “Nomansland” tells a very personal story of slavery from the point of view of the African victims. Men, women and children speak of the terrible events and their consequences: imprisonment, separation, longing, homesickness, hope, resistance and finally the conscious resolution not to pity oneself but to set out to live the future. African and European musicians alike have participated in this production.

  • In painting, the interaction between impressionism  and the Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblocks has already been acknowledged. On this CD, Kayoko shows us that the time has come for music to connect the knots. This comparative analysis will leave everybody senseless – “[...] one must just listen. Absolutely fascinating!” (Piano News).

  • Classics


    A capella, negro spirituals, traditionals and other songs. Gospel for beginners - an ideal introduction.

  • All tracks are compositions by Charlie Chaplin for cello and piano, including the word famous "Limelight". 

  • On this album, Okay Temiz, one of the pioneers of world music in Europe, presents a blend of different music cultures with an unusual line up: trumpet, clarinet, kanun, drums and percussion. 

  • Nani Dschann


    This unusual CD was named after the old Armenian folk-song “Nani Dschann” ( Eng. Dear Mother) where a young bride takes leave of her mother. This song makes the listener familiar with thematic spectrum album– a women’s world expanding over: sorrow, happiness, desire, love, hope, jealousy and everyday life. In this world, Aquabella manages tocombine perfectly traditional melodies and contemporary, harmonically complex arrangements with the carefree light-rootedness of true professionals, losing nothing of the folkloric feeling in the .

  • The recordings for this production convey the innovative energy of young musicians seeking independence and expression. This project helped the musicians involved (Mari Boine, Sergey Starostin, Inna Zhelannaya, and The Farlanders) to establish their positions, find their directions and absorb new ideas. ‘Winter in Moscow’ is a unique document of this turning point, this new beginning, this departure of different but kindred careers in a new, young Europe.

  • Journey


    In Scottish Edinburgh, the grandiose singer of the Moscow Art Trio, Sergey Starostin, made this impressive recording with four highly unusual female voices, using no instrumental accompaniment whatsoever. It is not an ordinary collection of songs. The album consists of just one composition, in which Russian and Bulgarian traditions are blended together in a surprising new way. Mikhail Alperin, the musical director, managed to  combine four folk-songs from both Russia and Bulgaria with different story lines into a whole. As a result, “Journey” is sound healing for overburdened, overworked minds – in other words, for almost all of us.