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Episode #3026

Reed Melodies

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Sunday, April 08, 2012

This New Sounds program features music for wind instruments, like Lebanese Arabic-groove music for the ney flute by Bassam Saba, and Andy Statman's clarinet, as heard in Hassidic tunes that he's arranged on his release, "Between Heaven and Earth."  Plus, music by Igor Leonardi from Slovenia, music from Bulgaria, from Turkey, and perhaps even some music from Georgia.

PROGRAM # 3026 Reed Melodies (First aired on Thurs. 1/14/10)

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Andy Statman

Between Heaven and Earth

Reb Nachman's Deveykus Niggun [5:40]

Shanachie #64079**
Available at Amazon.com*

Bassam Saba

Wonderful Land

Nirvana [10:04]

www.bassamsaba.comOR www.myspace.com/bassamsaba

Mercan Dede

Sufi traveler: Nar

Nar-i Mey [11:32]

Doublemoon #1-ITR 119 www.doublemoon.com.tr
www.mercandede.com

Igor Leonardi

Sangeeta

spare parts [5:45]
lava [3:14]

Sazas #225 www.sanje.si

Mgzavruli

There is such a country; it is called GEORGIA

Mountain Melodies, Khorumi [4:00]

Dancing Crane 0101 www.dancingcrane.org

Ivo Papasov And His Orchestra

Balkanology

Ergenski Dance (Macedonian) [3:38]

Hannibal #1363 Possibly available at Amazon.com*, but likely out of print. Also try gemm.com

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