The broad category of WORLD MUSIC includes isolated forms of ethnic music from diverse geographical regions.
The term "World Music" arose in 1906 and gained popularity in the 1980's. It can be defined as the traditional music or folk music of a culture.
The Repertoire List that follows represents many different parts of the world:
For Example:
Chili, China, Ecuador, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Poland, Russia, Scotland, Spain, Switzerland, Vietnam, and Yugoslavia.
The Repertoire List that follows represents many different parts of the world:
  • A La Nanita Nana (Spanish Lullaby)
  • A Little Polish Dance (Mazurka)
  • A Little Slavonic Rhapsody (Yugoslavia)
  • Andean Indian Melody (Ecuador)
  • A Night In Moscow (Traditional Russian)
  • A Spanish Fiesta
  • At Home (Opening Theme; German; Lichner)
  • Auld Lang Syne (Old Scottish Air)
  • Aupres de ma Blonde (Niveau Trois) (French)
  • Bublitchki (Pretzels) ( Russian Folk Song)
  • Caribbean Cruise (Gilbert De Benedetti)
  • Carmencita (Op.151; Spanish; Robert Vollstedt)
  • Chinese Folk Song (Jiang Su Province)
  • Chinese Lullaby (fr. "East to West;" Bower)
  • Cielito Lindo (Beautiful Heaven) (Traditional Song of Mexico; Fernandez)
  • Ciribiribin (Neapolitan Song; Pestalozza)
  • Cockles and Mussels (Irish Folk Song)
  • Come Back To Sorrento (Italian; E. DE Curtis)
  • Dark Eyes (Russian Gypsy Folk Song)
  • Espana Themes (Spanish; Chabrier)
  • Evening Falls (Erev Ba) (Traditional Israeli)
  • Fandango (fr. "Capriccio Espanol;" Rimsky Korsakov)
  • German Dance (Beethoven)
  • God Bless the Prince of Wales (Welsh; Linley & Richards)
  • Greensleeves (Traditional English)
  • Homesick (Traditional Chinese Folk Song)
  • Horah (Israeli dance; Postolsky)
  • In Dorian Mode (Indian)
  • In Mexico
  • Israeli Dance (Traditional)
  • Italian Lulluby: Fa la Ninna (Arr. by De Benedetti)
  • Jasmine Flower (Traditional Chinese Folk Song)
  • Khoras tou Zalongou (Dance of Zalongo) (Greece)
  • Kum Ba Ya (Nigeria)
  • La Sposa di Beltramo (The Bride of Beltramo) (Italian)
  • Lau Dai Tinh Ai (Vietnam; Tran Thien Thanh)
  • La Vera Sorrentina (The Fair Maid of Sorrento) (Italian Folksong)
  • Londonderry Air (Danny Boy) (Irish; Weatherly)
  • Lovely Roses (German; Spindler)
  • Men of Harlech (Welsh Melody)
  • Mi Caballo Blanco (Chilean Folk Song)
  • Ninni Baba (Indian Lullaby)
  • O Sole Mio (Italian; Capua)
  • Russian Folk Song (Beethoven)
  • Russian Waltz (Traditional)
  • Sakura (The Cherry Blossom) (Japanese Folk Song)
  • Santa Lucia (Neopolitan Song)
  • Song of India (fr. the Opera "Sadko;" Rimsky-Korsakov)
  • Song of The Gondolier (Italian; Emile Paladilhe)
  • Song of The Volga Boatmen (Russian)
  • Spanish Dance (Pas d'Espagne) (Traditional)
  • Sweet Young Bride From Kalocsa (Hungarian Folk Song; Festetich & Arany)
  • Swiss Lullaby (Karolyn Lewis)
  • Tarantella in D Minor (Traditional Italian)
  • Tarantella Napoletana (Italian; Arr. by De. Benedetti)
  • The Ash Grove (old Welsh Air)
  • The Bamboo Flute (Chinese Folk Lullaby)
  • Theme from An Irish Fantasy (Metis)
  • Themes from Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 (Liszt)
  • The Gypsy Camp (Hungarian)
  • The Last Rose of Summer (Irish; Moore)
  • The Old Boatman (Chinese; Florence B. Price)
  • The Sitar (Indian)
  • To Celia (English Origin)
  • Two Guitars (Russian Gypsy Song)
  • Uber den Bergen (Over The Mountains) (German; Felix Metis)
  • Voici Venir La Nuit (See How The Night Arrives) (Italian; Italie Val d' Aoste)
  • Waltz (Spanish; Palmer-Lethco)
There is a strong musical connection between Gothic music and World Music. Follow this link to view my Gothic Music repertoire.