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In 1956, Michael Stillman and his business partner Rose Rubin started Monitor Records in New York City, to fill a gap they perceived in the music available to the American public—music from the then-Soviet Union, the Eastern Bloc, and other parts of the world. Monitor has more than 250 folk and classical music recordings in its catalogue. The collection includes the original master tapes, graphics, and business records of the company.
A few recordings from Monitor Records. Click here for more.
- El Salvador Libre
Banda Tepeuani MON00823 (1984) Banda Tepeuani was formed in 1977. The group consists of five musicians whose style has developed...
- La Belle Province Québec: French-Canadian Folk Songs
Alexander Zelkin and Denise Bérard MON00714 Refer to the album's Liner Notes for more information.
- Yves Montand and His Songs of Paris and Others
Yves Montand MON61535 Actor, singer and music-hall dancer famous throughout the World, Yves Montand is one of France's most emblematic artists...
- Ukrainian Dances
Kauriga Ukrainian Ensemble MON71790 Paul Kauriga, born in the United States of Ukrainian parents, directs the Kauriga Ukrainian Ensemble...
- 20 Golden Hits of Hawaii
Nani Wolfgramm and the Islanders MON61804 Refer to the album's Liner Notes for more information.