Whirling Desert : Ενα πολιτισμικό ταξίδι από την Ινδική Κλασσική Μουσική στην Περσική Κλασσική Μουσική στην Σούφικη ,στην Μπαούλ Μουσική, στον κόσμο του σύγχρονου χορού . Μέρος του ερχόμενου άλπουμ του σχήματος μας “Iasi Ensemble” Music composition by Iasonas Psarakis (Greece) Music & Video art production by Nikolas A Gkinis (Greece ) Choreography – Dancing by 李可华 Kehua Li (Lico) (China) Vocals: Ayu Shi ( India ) Sitar, Turkish Rebab, Didgeridoo: Iasonas Psarakis Ney: Bahram Deyjour ( Iran ) Kurdish Tanbour: Ador Hooyar ( Iran ) Synthesizer: Nikolas Gkinis ( Greece )
Poetry by Lalon Farkir (Bengal).
I don’t know how many days more This Innocent soul Will burn out Oh dear kindful lord, It will be forever Life is in fire of sorrow I am burning in. Always
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