Coro y Orquesta Ecos en el Desierto are a mexican orchestra from Torreón. Listen to their great version of “Venid, fieles todos”:
Choir from Iceland in a german train station singing spontaneous “Heyhr Hymna Smiour”
and here in better quality another song
The Kenyan Boy Choir, founded in 1998, is a kenyan boy choir from Nairobi. Listen to “Tuli Tuli”, live in London:
Everybody who knows me knows , i´m a great fan of georgian choirs and georgian polyphonic music , i love it . Here you can hear and see the most famous Rustavi Ensemble . Hamlet Gonashvili the most famous tenor of this choir , also called the voice of Georgia , was an important member of this choir til he died . Here is their song Imeruli Nadari
Ibiyemi Ajakaiye is a hearty Soul singer and songwriter who hails from Umorkpa in Kogi state. She discovered her singing talent at a young age but was so shy she insisted on singing backstage in her early years. From joining the church choir and then a band, her confidence built. Today, she’s a recording and performing Soul artiste. Here is the song “Don’t Leave Me”
Know more about her here
One more song from georgia , an old folk sound “Daigvianes ” translated “they are late . A good example for polyphonic music from georgia . Performed by the ensemble Lashari and the solo singer Levani Kbilashvili and Giorgi Ushikishvili .
Georgia , on the coast of the black sea , the door to Asia, former part of the U.S.S.R a little country with a great heart for music , especially the choirs are well-known , one of their most famous singer was Hamlet Gonashvili , I established a special channel in youtube for him), here you can see a homevideo from the choir “quartveli mgelbii” performing a popular song from Georgia named “Sakartvelo Lamazo ” what means translated “Georgia we love you!”
“Shalom Chaverim” is a folk song from Israel. This version is from the Romeoville High School’s Concert Choir(US):
Perpetuum Jazzile is a great slovenian choir performing jazz and pop music, founded in 1983. Here’s their great cover of Toto’s “Africa“:
The Iris Sudan Children’s Choir is another great african children’s choir, singing in Juba Arabic. Here’s their song “Beled Sudani“, originally writtem by Kat Maples:
I found it on Junubsudan’s Blog, where you also can read more about this song!