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Instruments in Morocco

Some traditional Moroccan instruments for sale in the Fez medina. Fez is one of the best preserved Old Cities in the Arab world. The sprawling medina is also the world’s largest car-free urban zone. The massive medina, with its high walls and winding streets, cannot be navigated without a guide or you will surely get lost.

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Instruments in Morocco

Some traditional Moroccan instruments for sale in the Fez medina. Fez is one of the best preserved Old Cities in the Arab world. The sprawling medina is also the world’s largest car-free urban zone. The massive medina, with its high walls and winding streets, cannot be navigated without a guide or you will surely get lost.

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Music and the Window

Zurich and Basel are both major European cities that were home to the Christian Reformation. The cities continue to be home to literature, music, and European culture enclosed within the Swiss alps.

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Music and the Window

Zurich and Basel are both major European cities that were home to the Christian Reformation. The cities continue to be home to literature, music, and European culture enclosed within the Swiss alps.

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Music and the Window

Zurich and Basel are both major European cities that were home to the Christian Reformation. The cities continue to be home to literature, music, and European culture enclosed within the Swiss alps.

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Music and the Window

Zurich and Basel are both major European cities that were home to the Christian Reformation. The cities continue to be home to literature, music, and European culture enclosed within the Swiss alps.

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Music and the Window

Music shops line the streets of Zurich, Switzerland at dusk.

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Traditional Harps

Traditional arched harp instruments locally known as an ‘adungu’ (also sometimes called an ‘ekidongo’ or ‘ennenga’). The instrument is common in northwestern Uganda and used in many churches’ worship services like this one in Maaji#2 Block of Adjumani Refugee Settlement.

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Traditional Worship Music

South Sudanese refugees play traditional ‘adungu’ arched harps during the worship service at First Baptist Church in the Maaji#2 block of Adjumani Settlement in northwestern Uganda.

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Traditional Harp

A young South Sudanese refugee plays a traditional ‘adungu’ arched harp during the worship service at First Baptist Church in the Maaji#2 block of Adjumani Settlement in northwestern Uganda.

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Musicians Playing

Musicians playing during a worship service in Cuba

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Musicians play worship music at a church in Havana, Cuba.

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Instrument Maker

Women and men work to make carpets, hats, and other traditional Uighur textiles at a factory in Kashgar, China, historically known as the “pearl of the Silk Road” trading route on the Kyrgyzstan and China border.

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Instruments

These stringed instruments called ouds are found throughout many regions of the world including Central Asia. In some Central Asian countries, Christians have developed worship music in their own heart languages and traditional styles.

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Vendor at the Market

This vendor happily plays his banjo as he waits to sell goods to the local shoppers. He impresses his customers with his ability to play this instrument.

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Boy Playing the Guitar

A boy happily plays his guitar on the side of a street. Music is the heartbeat of culture and entertainment in the Americas.

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Woman in Traditional Clothing

A woman in her traditional outfit proudly displays her embroidery at a festival. Textiles in Central and South American countries can be displayed as artwork, worn, used for decoration, or utilized in ceremonies.

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Worship Music

Sent out by a baptist church in Puerto La Cruz, local missionaries have been serving among the Warao since 1998.

Warao believers in Simoina sing praise songs during a worship service. Before 1999, the Warao believers in Simoina had never heard the Gospel message. Today, God is working among these villagers through miraculous healings.

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Singing a Song

Internally displaced people stay with a family member. An IMB missionary opened their home and compound to the family.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Playing Songs

People singing and dancing in front of the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem on Christmas day.

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