Bidaia | Agur Shiva

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Agur Shiva

by Bidaia

Our musical voyage delves into the musical roots of the basque provinces for rythyms and melodies while incoporating the musical elements of other cultures like India, Africa, Egypt and Louisiana features searing vocals, the Hurdy-Gurdy and guitar.
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Album Notes
Traditional Basque instruments, like the alboka (a small hornpipe – played with circular breathing) and ttun-ttun (stringed-percussive inst.) are combined with instruments from other musical traditions such as acoustic guitar, the hurdy-gurdy, the bamboo clarinet and tablas.

Bidaia finds its origin in its creators, Mixel Ducau, a Basque composer, singer and multi-instrumentalist and Caroline Phillips, a Californian singer-songwriter and hurdy-gurdy player of Greek and Persian origin.

Caroline Phillips was featured on TED when she presented at TED Global in 2010 at Oxford (search for "hurdy-gurdy" on TED)


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