Here are a few interesting world beat websites:

Congahead.com
My name is Martin Cohen and my passion for music has fueled much of my life. Since the 1950’s, I have been photographing and recording the world’s most creative and exciting musicians

Descarga (Latin Music Catalog)
Congratulations… you’ve discovered the internet’s most dedicated resource for Latin dance music CDs, DVDs and information. Specializing in Salsa, Latin Jazz, Timba, Rumba, Lucumí, Afro-Cuban, Bomba, Plena, Boogalú and more

Drums Around the World
We have the knowledge and experience to serve the needs of all drummers, from the beginner to the seasoned pro. We are members of The International Music Products Association and The National Federation Of Independent Business We have won numerous awards

Mid-East Mfg., Inc. (Ethnic Percussion)
Mid-East designs and creates handcrafted, historic, and ethnic instruments from rich cultures all around the world. Instruments such as the harp, sitar, bodhran, oud, doumbek, ukulele, and dulcimer are but a few of the instruments we make easily accessible to musicians and enthusiasts worldwide

Noisy Toys (Store)
Noisy Toys is the little store in Los Angeles with the big selection of hand drums, ethnic percussion, REMO Drums, percussion toys, kids drums, and lots of unique noise-makers, instructional DVDs and books for sale

Rhythm Fusion (Import/Export Percussion)
We specialize in percussion instruments of the world: drums, rattles, bells, shakers, whistles, and more common and weird sound makers that we import from many different countries. Some of them we improve and design ourselves

Rhythmweb (Info on World Percussion)
RhythmWeb is an educational resource for those studying World Percussion and World Music.  We love it all, many styles, and so this website is sort of a crossroads, a jumping off point to many different rhythmic musical traditions

The Bodhran Page (Celtic Drum)
The bodhrán is the heartbeat of Irish music. This ancient framedrum is traditionally made with a wooden body and a goat-skin head, and is played with a double-headed stick called a cipín, tipper, or beater. The modern Irish word bodhrán is properly pronounced bow-rawn, like Cow brawn, with a slight emphasis on the first syllable. I have some more information on the word bodhrán, including discussion of the right word for a bodhrán-player

The House of Musical Traditions (Mail Order)
We carry acoustic instruments, books, and accessories from around the world, including rare and exotic instruments. Don’t see it here? Just ask

Tzara’s TABLA Home Page
Your online headquarters for musical instruments from India, Africa, and the Middle East

World-Wide Samba Home Page
Welcome to the world of samba! Aficionados of Brazilian Samba around the world have cooperated to bring together the most comprehensive list of samba links and connections anywhere in the world. If it has to do with samba, you’ll probably find it via these pages

The Tabla Site (Eastern Indian Drum)
The tabla is a famous percussion instrument from North India. The Tabla Site is an information archive for the tabla created by David Courtney, Dr. T.A. Reddy, Todd Dombrowski

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