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Safar

by Moody Amiri

Sublime world instrumental music
Genre: World: Persian contemporary
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1. Khurshid
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2. Rainfall
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3. Wildfire
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4. Where Is Home
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5. Whirling Mirvish
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6. Raghseh Choobi
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7. Hamoon
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8. Procession
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9. Saghee Namheh
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10. Hughtopia
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11. Aghrab
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12. Ravel's Bolero
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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There are no borders between east and west in the eclectic music of Moody Amiri, a duo comprised of Amir Amiri (santur) and Richard Moody (viola). Inspired by the diversity and fluidity between their respective Persian and western classical and jazz training, Amiri and Moody have created an engaging and distinctive sound fusing elements of traditional Persian music with jazz, classical, Indian, and modern spiritual styles. Amiri (Canada-Iran) and Moody (Canada) met in 2011, and in their collaboration seek to expand the boundaries of their respective musical backgrounds. Balancing tradition and innovation and finding that possibilities are limitless, Moody Amiri has already gained recognition for its groundbreaking contributions to the international music scene.

Amir is formerly of the Teheran Project, and has performed and collaborated with such luminaries as John Stetch, Edgar Meyer, Philip Glass, Hugh Fraser and many others in the World/Jazz arena. Richard has been a fixture on the Canadian Roots scene for two decades, a member of or performing with The Wailin Jennys, The Bills, Acoustically Inclined, The Wyrd Sisters, Glenn Buhr, Jane Siberry and Oliver Swain.

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