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I Will Not Stand Alone

Label: World Village
Released: 2012
Track listing: Between The Heavens And Me; Where Are You?; The Laziest Summer Afternoon; Dancing Under The Walnut Tree; Hear Me Cry; Pluck A Star From The Sky; Here I Am Alone Again; I Will Not Stand Alone.

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Kayhan Kalhor & Ali Bahrami Fard: I Will Not Stand Alone

Read "I Will Not Stand Alone" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Iranian kamanche virtuoso and innovative composer Kayhan Kalhor is known for his international collaborations with cellist Yo Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble, the Persian-Indian ensemble m: Ghazal = 23569, and the Brooklyn Rider string quartet . I Will Not Stand Alone, is a spellbinding meditation on one of the most difficult stages in his ...


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