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Steven Feld Captures "Voices of the Rain Forest"

Terry talks with ethnomusicologist Steven Feld. His new record, "Voices of the Rainforest," captures the songs of the Kaluli people of Paupa New Guinea. Feld also works for preservation of the world's rain forests, since if the forests are eliminated, so will much indigenous music.


Other segments from the episode on April 15, 1991

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 15, 1991: Interview with Pham Thanh and Elizabeth Farnsworth; Interview with Steven Feld; Review of the television show "The 90s."


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