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Symphony

Label: Manhattan Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Gothica; Fleurs du Mal; Symphony; Canto della Terra; Sanvean; I Will Be With You (Where the Lost Ones Go); Schwere Traume; Sarai Qui; Storia d’Amore; Let it Rain; Attesa; Pasion; Running.

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Sarah Brightman: Symphony

Read "Symphony" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


The vocal star of Cats, Phantom of the Opera and Requiem may be the former Mrs. Andrew Lloyd-Weber but this Symphony proves that Sarah Brightman will never leave epic melodrama too far behind. Brightman continues to satisfy both critics and her public by working through the crossroads of classic popular music, popular classical music, theatrical showtunes ...

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Breathing Under Water

Label: Manhattan Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Burn; Slither; Breathing Under Water; Sea Dreamer; Ghost Story; PD7; Easy; Little Glass Folk; A Perfect Rain; Abyss; Oceanic, Part 1; Oceanic, Part 2; Reprise.

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A World Within a World

Label: Manhattan Records
Released: 2007

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Anoushka Shankar and Karsh Kale: Breathing Under Water

Read "Breathing Under Water" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Anoushka Shankar learned the Indian classical music tradition from perhaps its best teacher--her father, Ravi Shankar. She made her recording debut on In Celebration (Angel Records, 1995), George Harrison's four-CD retrospective tribute to her father, and her debut as a solo artist with Anoushka (Angel, 1998). Anoushka's first album of original material, Rise (Angel, 2005), was ...

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Anoushka Shankar / Karsh Kale: Breathing Under Water

Read "Breathing Under Water" reviewed by Bhasker Gupta


The Shankar family has always been credited for bringing Indian music to the forefront of Western audiences. Although it was Pt. Ravi Shankar who brought sitar to the limelight of western avant-garde instrumentalists, the most experimental fusion work remains of that of the lesser known Ananda Shankar. Following along the same lines, and after two years ...


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