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I have been listening to "Diaspora Sefardi" for the past days, plus a few more albums from Alia Vox, and boy, do the CD3000 sing with these!

This label seems to have pretty good sound engineering work.

This record in particular was recorded in a Castle in Spain, and the sound is pretty impressive. I suspect that all those fans of the Cowboy Junkies "Trinity Session" would like it.

Very good harps, lutes, flutes, and frame drums. CD 1 has vocals, CD 2 is instrumental.

Harmonie Universelle is also very well recorded, and it is cheap:

I know I'll be going after more Alia Vox stuff...