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3 Cd's Package Of The Best Performances By Bustan Abraham, Arabandi & Ziryab Trio

by Nada World: Orienatal Bliss: Live Masterpieces

Amazing live recordings of three of the best israeli world music ensembles: bustan abraham, ziryab trio and arabandi.
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1. Bustan Abraham: Bustan
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2. Bustan Abraham: Suite for Deizy
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14:04 album only
3. Bustan Abraham: Fountainhead
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5:11 album only
4. Bustan Abraham: Jaz kar kurd
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5. Bustan Abraham: Caravan
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6. Bustan Abraham: Toy Vivo
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7. Bustan Abraham: Journey
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8. Bustan Abraham: Solaris
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9. Bustan Abraham: Hamsin
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10. Bustan Abraham: Gypsy soul
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11. Arabandi: Bint El- Shalabia
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12. Arabandi: Seven gates
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13. Arabandi: Dawn
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14. Arabandi: Shisheler
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15. Arabandi: Arabandi
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16. Arabandi: Frame drum monologue
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17. Arabandi: Bandar
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18. Arabandi: Durbarod
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19. Arabandi: Hope
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20. Ziryab: Longa Riad
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21. Ziryab: Sihr El- Sharq
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22. Ziryab: Chutwat habibi
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23. Ziryab: Taqsim qanun in Homayun mode
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24. Ziryab: Sama'i Shat Araban
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25. Ziryab: Zikrayati
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26. Ziryab: Sama'i Nahawand
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27. Ziryab: Riq solo
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28. Ziryab: Sama'i Farahfaza
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29. Ziryab: Suzinak sakiz kasap oyun havasi
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Three cd\'s package of the best live performances by Bustan Abraham, Arabandi and Ziryab trio:

Bustan Abraham - Live

80 magical and captivating minutes from the best live performances of Bustan Abraham from around the world (1992-2002). This album is the first time that recordings of live concerts of one of the leading groups on the world music scene have been made possible. Take a seat and enjoy Bustan Abraham...Live!

Many attempts have been made by musicians to create a synthesis between Eastern and Western cultures. Generally the result is that either the Western or Eastern form dominates while the other is merely used for ornamentation. For the past several years Bustan Abraham has met this challenge and has succeeded in pioneering a unique form of instrumental music which combines elements of both these Eastern and Western forms without sacrificing the musical integrity of either.

Bustan (Hebrew and Arabic meaning, \"garden of fruits and essences,\" in this case the garden of Abraham, father of Isaac and Ishmail) was founded in 1991 by Avshalom Farjun. It comprises seven distinguished Israeli musicians, both Jews and Arabs, who have combined their musical experience as composers, soloists and heads of musical ensembles to create original music on a very high international level.

The musical backgrounds of Bustan Abraham\'s members are very rich and represent an astonishing variety of musical cultures including classical Arabic music, classical European music, jazz, Turkish, Persian and Indian music, flamenco and American folk music.

The instruments played are unusually diverse. Middle Eastern instruments include the oud (Arab lute), qanoun (oriental zither) and a range of percussion instruments such as durbakkeh, daff, zarb and bandir frame drums to name only a few. These are joined by Western instruments including transverse flute, classical and flamenco guitar, contrabass, electric bass, and 5-string banjo. In addition the violin is utilized in both Middle Eastern as well as Western forms of playing. Also represented is an astonishing array of international percussion instruments too numerous to mention! The successful integration of this combination of instruments has never before been presented on the concert stage. The music which embodies this rich diversity is entirely original and was composed and arranged in a cooperative effort by all members of the group.

Bustan aspires to create a new musical form, which speaks to both Eastern and Western audiences, and to pave the way for other joint creative efforts between Arabs and Jews. The group has become a symbol of uncompromising instrumental composition, which has created a new standard of originality in Israeli music, and world music in general, and has received rave reviews to that effect from audiences and critics alike.

Bustan have toured extensively throughout the world between 1992 & 2003 it\'s powerful stage performance have been always greeted with standing ovations by audiences.

Bustan Abraham\'s members are:

Taiseer Elias-oud, violin
Amir Milstein-flute
Avshalom Farjun-qanoun
Emmanuel Mann/Naor Carmi-bass
Zohar Fresco-percussion
Miguel Herstein-classical guitar and banjo
Nassim Dakwar-violin
Yehuda Siliki-baglama

DISCOGRAPHY:

BUSTAN ABRAHAM, 1992, NADA 7
PICTURE THROUGH THE PAINTED WINDO, 1994, NADA 8
ABADAI with Ross Daly, 1996, NADA 9
FANAR- with guest artists (Zakir Hussain and Hariprasad Chaurasia),1997, NADA13
HAMSA - 2000 , NADA 14
AHARA-The first decade collection, 2000, NADA 18
Bustan Abraham Live! 2004, Nada 30

Arabandi: East Meets East

Arabandi emerged from the meeting of exceptionally gifted artists from diverse Eastern musical cultures. Each is a master in his field, having a background rich in musical experience as compose, improviser, teacher and performing artist of the highest intenational standards.
In contrast to other musical encounters betwen East and West, Arabandi is a unique fusion between East and East. Although each of the Eastern musical traditions represented in this album has its own specific characteristics (Indian, Arab, Persian and Turkish), they have much in common - both musically as well as historically. Such a collaboration is, threrefore, not only natural but even expected.
Arabandi comprises three of the most prominent Israeli musicians in the field of world ethnic music, all of whom enjoy wide-renging international careers. Tayser Elias - oud & violin, Zohar Fresco - percussion and Amir Shahsar - Persian ney & vocals. They are joined by Krishnamurti Sridhar, one of the most prominent sarod players in India.
Recorded Live in Tel Aviv.

Ziryab Trio: Oriental art music

Ziryab Trio was founded to give a deeper expression to Oriental Art music and its various genres. The members of Ziryab, who are also members of the acclaimed ensemble Bustan Abraham, believe that y maintaining the rich Oriental tradition they will establish an important basis for creating new and original music. The ensemble in its instrumental make up is the basis nucleus of any Middle Eastern classical music ensemble (Takht), which usualy includes five instruments: oud, violin, riqq, qanoun & ney.
Ziryab Trio concentrates on performing Arab and Turkish music from the 19th & 20th century. The ornamental element and virtuosity of the musicians\' improvisational ability are very significantly expressed on this trio in a manner that flows with the content and spirit of the music. Significant dynamic changes, various articulations ans arrangements along with special interpretations give the trio a deepened dimension in emotional expresion.
The trio performed worldwide and has been acclaimed by audiences and critics alike.
Ziryab\'s members:
Tayser Elias - oud
Nassim Dakwar - violin
Zohar Fresco - percussion
Guest artists:
Abraham Salman - qanoun
Emmanuel Mann - bass

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