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Episode #2757

New Americans: The Middle East

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Sunday, January 10, 2010

Hear music from Israeli-born musicians like composer Anat Fort and cellist Maya Beiser, and Palestinian-born oud player Simon Shaheen. Plus, works from Iranian-born singer/composer Sussan Deyhim, Turkish-born flute/lute player Omar Faruk Tekbilek, and Lebanese-born composer/musicologist Ali Jihad Racy.

PROGRAM #2757, New American Voices VIII: the Middle East (First aired on Friday, 1/18/08)

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Brian Keane & Omar Faruk Tekbilek

Suleyman the Magnificent

Northern Village [1:30]

Celestial Harmonies #13023
www.harmonies.com
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Maya Beiser

Almost Human

Eve Beglarian: I Am Writing To You From a Far-Off Country, #5-7 [9:00]

Koch #7686**
www.kochentertainment.com
*

Richard Horowitz & Sussan Deyhim

Majoun

Bota chine (Infintely Carved) [9:00]

A version of this song appeared on the Sony Classical CD, Majoun, #62721 which is now out of print, but try Amazon.com* Another album, Desert Equations: Azax Attra is available for download at Emusic.com

Ali Jihad Racy

Ancient Egypt

The Boat of Millions of Years [4:00] Funeral Procession [3:30]

Lyrichord #7347 www.lyrichord.com

Brian Keane & Omar Faruk Tekbilek

Beyond The Sky

Kolaymi [5:00]

Celestial harmonies #13047 www.harmonies.com*

Anat Fort

A Long Story

Just Now, Var. II [4:00]

ECM #1994
www.ecmrecords.com
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Simon Shaheen & Vishwa M Bhatt

Saltanah

Saltanah [8:00]

Water Lily Acoustics #51 www.waterlilyacoustics.com

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