Karvan - Where The Music Traditions From Baluchistan, Persia And India Meet album
Title: Where The Music Traditions From Baluchistan, Persia And India Meet
Date of release: 2001
Size MP3: 1756 mb
Size FLAC: 1638 mb
Format: MPC AHX DXD DXD AHX TTA RA
Zahirig Vesal, Gvati Damali - Trance Music. Karvan - Free Improvisation On Santour And Benju. 7. Ghazal - Baluchi Sufi Music. Arranged By – Abdulrahman Surizehi, Javid Afsari Rad. 10:10.
The group Karvan plays music that is a meeting with the Persian and the Baluchi regions. To of the five musicians comes from the cultural city Esfahan in Iran, two are from Baluchistan which include South-East Iran, South Afghanistan of South-Vest of Pakistan and on from Karachi in Pakistan. Abdulrahman Surizehi is considered a world-leading virtuoso on Benju. Sufi trance music from Baluchistan is their main expression but with a strong mixture with Persian classical music on Santour. Accompanied by percussion instruments like Tombak, Doholak, Tanburag and Tabla
Hanging Out. In Love. Karvan Where Traditions Meet.
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