(Only collective albums with more than 2 tracks from Alemu Aga)
(6) _ _ _ (‘_ _ _’ [Engl. transl. of the title]). By Alemu Aga and Demissie Desta. Recorded by the Radio Station [Q: which? live?], Addis Ababa _ _ _ [year in GC?].
[During the Ethiopian Revolution, the Ministry of Information was about to destroy the cassette. However, the EOTC managed to rescue the master copy and publish the cassette]
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(7) _ _ _ (‘_ _ _’ [Engl. transl. of the title]). By Alemu Aga and Habtemichael Demissie (Masinko player and singer). Recorded / Released by _ _ _, Addis Ababa _ _ _ [year in GC?].
[Medina & Zelesegna style (_ _ _ (explanation ?)]
[image of cover?]
(8 [order of collective albums?]) Kimberlin, Cynthia, ed. (1985). Ethiopia: Three cordophone traditions (An anthology of African music) [title also given in French]. UNESCO Collection of Traditional Music of the World, LP. Volume 14. BM 30 SL 2314. Bärenreiter Musicaphon.
[Music recorded in 1972 while Alemu Aga was teacher at Yared School of Music. Digital edition by Smithsonian Folkways Recording, 2014 [Image of the CD cover see below (Audio, Album)]
(9) Budde, Pit, ed. (1996). Asnakech Worku, Alemu Aga. Ende Jerusalem: Traditional Music from Ethiopia. CD released by Acoustic Music Records, Sordino Musikverlag, Osnabrück (Germany).
(10 [= 9?]) Editor? (1995_ _ year?). እንደ ኢየሩሳሌም (Ende Eyerusalem; _ _ _). Cassette released by _ _ _ , Addis Ababa.
(11) Weisser, Stéphanie, ed. (2006). Ethiopie. Chants de Bagana. Archives Internationales de Musique Populaire LXXVIII/VDE 1206. Geneva. [2 tracks from Alemu Aga]
(12) Alemu Aga, Seyoum Mengistu, Admassu Fikre and Tafesse Tesfaye (2009). The Begenna of Elders: The Harp of David in Ethiopia. CD released by Laika Records, Bremen (Germany).
(13) Gebre Yohannes (2020). Ethiopian Orthodox Mezmur. CD released by _ _ _, _ _ _. [10 tracks by Alemu Aga; s. entry on Deezer]