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Sotiria Bellou, Greek singer of rebetiko song, famous for the special quality and register of her voice
Cell [Mobile] Phone Orchestra, ensemble of performers using programmable mobile (cellular) phones
Crete, largest and most populous of the Greek islands
Lyuba Encheva, Bulgarian pianist and teacher
Gaaw, generic term for drums, and specifically the frame drum, of the Tlingit and Haida peoples of Alaska
Johanna Kinkel, German composer, writer, pianist, music teacher, and conductor
Lady’s Glove Controller, modified glove that can control sound, mechanical devices, and lights
Outsider music, a loosely related set of recordings that do not fit well within any pre-existing generic framework
Peter (Joshua) Sculthorpe, Australian composer, seen by the Australian musical public as the most nationally representative.
Slovenia, country in southern Central Europe
Sound art, a term ecompassing a variety of art forms that utlize sound, or comment on auditory cultures
Alice (Bigelow) Tully, American singer and music philanthropist
Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, soliders' relationship with music is largely shaped by contemporary audio technology