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Hadouk

Label: Zebra Records
Released: 2000

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Didier Malherbe and Loy Ehrlich: Hadouk

Read "Hadouk" reviewed by Dave Hughes


Didier Malherbe and Loy Ehrlich's Hadouk is a CD that should have appeal for those into the “world music" scene. Malherbe and Ehrlich employ a wide range of wind and percussion instruments, plus occasional stringed instruments, from eastern Europe and Africa in an engaging set of earthy yet intricate tunes. There's little jazz here, in the ...

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Didier Malherbe & Loy Ehrlich: Hadouk

Read "Hadouk" reviewed by Dave Hughes


Here's a CD that should have appeal for those into the "world music" scene.   Didier Malherbe and Loy Ehrlich employ a wide range of wind and percussion instruments, plus occasional stringed instruments, from eastern Europe and Africa in an engaging set of earthy yet intricate tunes.  There's little jazz here, in the traditional ...

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Hadouk

Label: Zebra Records
Released: 1999

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Article: Album Review

Didier Malherbe and Loy Ehrlich: Hadouk

Read "Hadouk" reviewed by Ed Kopp


Hadouk is a mesmerizing collection of exotic instrumentals from two imaginative Frenchmen: virtuoso wind player Didier Malharbe and string player Loy Ehrlich.A member of the legendary fusion group Gong, Malharbe plays an astounding array of wind instruments here, including douoduk, double-flute, bamboo-clarinet, and various whistles and ocarinas. Loy provides beautiful accompaniment on some unusually ...

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Hadouk

Label: Tangram
Released: 1995


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