Music Without Borders

A world of musical influences are fused together as the Bombay Dub Orchestra draws from ambient, western classical, Indian classical & light classical music and many other places. On this edition of the program, hear selections from the Bombay Dub Orchestra, who are UK based producer and composer Garry Hughes and classical composer and arranger Andrew T. Mackay. There’s also music from the Canadian Ghazal singer Kiran Ahluwalia and her sometime Celtic backing band. Ahluwalia was raised in Toronto where she fell in love with ghazals, the sophisticated musical love poems of India she was exposed to by her Punjabi parents. Plus works from Cheb I Sabbah, whose latest release is a mix of Arab, Jewish, and Berber elements.

PROGRAM # 2455 Cross-Cultural Music (First aired on Wed. 9/21/05)





Cheb I Sabbah

La Kahena

Alkher lla Doffor (Peace Is Found Behind Wounds) [8:30]

Six Degrees #1711***

Bombay Dub Orchestra

The Berber of Seville [4:00]

Due in January 2006 on Six Degrees Records

Cheb I Sabbah

La Kahena

Im Ninalou (If The Doors Are Locked) [6:30]

See above.

Kiran Ahluwahlia

Kiran Ahluwalia

Vo Kuch [5:30]

Artemis/Triloka #82055***

Evergreen Club Contemporary Gamelan

Sunda Song

Kalangkang (Illusion) [7:00]

Naxos World #76061***

Patrick Grant

Dedication Music for Sacred Sister

Abstract 1A [3:00] Ambient [1:00]

Strange Music #12*


Aguas Da Amazonia – music by Philip Glass

Japura River [4:30] Purus River, excerpt [4:00]

Point #289464 064 Try*