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Ocora is a French recording label founded in 1957 by composer, pianist and musicologist Charles Duvelle as a facility to train technicians from Africa for work in national broadcasting services in the emergent post-colonial countries.

Ocora Radio France recordings became alongside Smithsonian Folkways recordings a world famous collection for traditional music resources on records.

Musique du Burundi on Ocora (OCR 40) was recorded by Michel Vuylsteke in 1967 and released in 1968. The music was sampled on "Burundi Beat".

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