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Solomon Islands: Fataleka and Baegu Music from Malaita

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Uunu
Artist: Fataleka men
3:26
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Uunu
Artist: Fataleka men
2:51
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Susuku Solo
Artist: Aeresuuga
0:47
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Roiroa: Women's Song
Artist: Fataleka women
2:36
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Faa Ta Gwouna
Artist: Au Sisile Panpipe Ensemble
1:52
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Faa Gani 'Ae Boso
Artist: Au Sisile Panpipe Ensemble
1:25
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Au Sango
Artist: Au sango panpipe ensemble
9:16
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Rorogwela Lullaby
Artist: Afunakwa
1:45
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Sukute
Artist: Rokona
0:55
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Sukwadi Solo
Artist: Rokona
1:02
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Kwadili Solo
Artist: Rokona
0:42
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Ai Ni Mae (Men's Narrative Song)
Artist: Baegu men
3:25
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Mae 'Au (Introducing Song)
Artist: Au 'ero panpipe ensemble
1:43
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Safali 'Au
Artist: Au 'ero panpipe ensemble
1:59
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Ae 'Au
Artist: Au 'ero panpipe ensemble
1:21
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Susulae
Artist: Au 'ero panpipe ensemble
4:24
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Ae 'Au
Artist: Au 'ero panpipe ensemble
2:14
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Fafane
Artist: Au 'ero panpipe ensemble
3:08
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