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Jamie Baum: Bridges

Read "Bridges" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

L'interesse di Jamie Baum a integrare nella sua ricerca varie tradizioni musicali orientali trova in questo disco l'espressione più ampia e organica. L'invito a esibirsi nel 2003 e nel 2009 al festival jazz di Kathmandu ha rappresentato per la flautista un'occasione per interagire con musicisti tradizionali nepalesi e indiani, stimolandola ad approfondire le loro musiche. I ...

NEWS: RECORDING

New Album From Bombay Dub Orchestra: "The New York Remixes"

Since the release of their self-titled debut, the name Bombay Dub Orchestra (consisting of composer/producers Garry Hughes and Andrew T. Mackay) has built quite a reputation. From main-stage performances at the UK's Big Chill Festival and Djing across the globe, scoring feature films to remixing such world-renowned artists as Bob Marley, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, and ...

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World/Sufi Chants Meet Middle Eastern Rhythms

On the verdant shores of the Bay of Bengal, a mosque, a temple, and a church sit side by side in Nagore near India's southeastern tip. An unexpected and flourishing Sufi religious site, Nagore's five-acre Sufi shrine or dargah is filled with pilgrims of diverse faiths, and with the poignant voices of men singing songs passed ...


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