Music from the Hills (Music)
With John Uhlemann
Sun Sep 23rd 2012 4.00pm–6.00pm
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links
Time zone: central
Hossein Alizadeh (with Shayda and ARef Ensemble, Ali Reza Eftakhari, vocal) “Sama-e-Aseman (Song of the Heavens)” from Raz-O-Niaz (Kereshmeh Records 1994) —poetry by Rumi 13th century - Djalal Ad Din Balchi-ye Rumi was born in what is now Afghanistan, and is now considered one of the great so-called mystical poets of Islam. This program celebrates his 803rd birthday and serves as an introduction to the concBuy it!
Sima Bina “Avaze Gole Shaftalu” from Shola (Flowers Of The Desert) (CTX Publishing 2000) —the singer is from Khorassan, near the Afghan/Tadjikistan border. This piece ends with the breathy sound of the Ney, an end-blown flute.Buy it!
Raha, Hossein Alizadeh “Tasnif 'Man Agar Parandeh Budam...' - If Like Birds And Angels, I Could Fly” from If Like Birds And Angels, I Could Fly... (Traditional Crossroads www.traditionalcrossroads.com 2010)Buy it!
Niyaz “Molk-E-Divan (Acoustic) (Part)” from Nine Heavens (Disc 2 - the accoustic sessions) (Six Degrees Records 2008) —Don't forget the concert of Iranian classical music at Washington University Sunday, September 30th, and 6pm at Steinberg Hall. It is a benefit for the Iranian Earthquake relief fund. All the information is at www.kdhx.org/musicfromthehillsBuy it!
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