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The Music of the Roma
- RootsWorld article.
- School in Valjevo, Serbia for Rroma (Gypsy) culture: music, dance, language and history.
- Band playing Balkan Gypsy music in the Pacific Northwest, USA.
Boulou and Elios Ferre
- Profile of the Ferre brothers, Manouche "Gypsy swing" guitarists from France.
- Traditional Balkan Gypsy music, jazz and fusion, from Slovenia.
Camarón de la Isla
- The story of the late flamenco musician.
Csárdás - Hungarian Gypsy Music
- Music review by Derek Lim, with response by Gabor Boros, of the Boros Gypsy Ensemble.
The Django Reinhardt Swing Page
- Site devoted to the legendary jazz guitarist, with articles, links, events, links to Gypsy style artists, and tips for playing Django style.
Gypsies, politics, neuroses and the opera ordinary: American scholars on the Czech scene
- From the Czech and Slovak Music Society Newsletter.
- Gypsy brass band from Macedonia.
Lick et Zingaria
- Folklore group from France.
My Father's the King of the Gypsies: Music of English and Welsh Travellers and Gypsies
- Review by Rod Stradling.
The Never-Ending Roma Question
- The Czech Gypsies by Ivan Sever, February 1999.
The Rosenberg Trio
- Gypsy-swing group from the Netherlands.
- A band combining traditional Balkan and oriental Gypsy music styles with a contemporary approach.
- Offers background, pictures, sound files, video clip, reviews, and discography from this Australian band.
- From RootsWorld, an interview with the Bulgarian wedding master.
Gipsy Kings enjoy flamenco boom
- [CNN] (July 13, 1999)
Flamenco pounds out some new twists
- [CNN] (July 09, 1999)
Vienna to Monterey: Zawinul grounded in jazz
- [CNN] (September 19, 1998)
Macarena takes India by storm
- [CNN] (March 04, 1997)
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