Nina Stern and Daphna Mor | East of the River

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East of the River

by Nina Stern and Daphna Mor

Am album of melodic and haunting music from Armenia and the Balkans by NY based recorder virtuosi Daphna Mor and Nina Stern, featuring the acclaimed musician Omer Avital on bass and Oud. with Uri sharlin on Accordion and Tomer Tzur on Percussion.
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1. Sandansko Horo
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2. Oor Yes Mayr Im
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3. To the River
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4. Heokiari
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5. Lamento di Tristano
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6. Makedonsko Devojce
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7. Findjian
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8. Bucimis
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9. Norits Karoon Yegav
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10. Makedonsko Sedenka (Kopanica)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"East of the River" is the new CD by Nina Stern and Daphna Mor- internationally renowned recorder players, who have appeared playing as a duo with groups as varied as The New York Philharmonic and Pharaoh's Daughter. As artists who comfortably switch from concert halls to summer festivals and New York City clubs- they bring their rich experience and diversity to this CD.

In this recording they collaborate with musicians Including virtuoso bassist Omer Avital,"Sway Machinery" percussionist Tomer Tzur, and versatile "Cardamom Quartet" accordionist Uri Sharlin

The Music of this new album “East of the River” comes from The Balkans, Armenia, and Medieval Italy. Arranged and interpreted by the musicians.
Spiritual and haunting on one. virtuosic and energetic on the other. This CD will take you on a journey!

Co produced with world music producer Jamshied Sharifi, who has collaborated with esteemed musicians such as Hassan Hakmoun and Yungchen Lhamo.

The combination of these foremost musicians from classical, jazz and world music backgrounds, creates the unique blend that is "East of the River".

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Ran Biran

An amazing beautifull intelligent music
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Daniel

wow!
Loved this Cd! such beautiful sounds.fantastically played and produced. I play it again and again.This Cd takes you on a magical journy...
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Mike

Great disc!
This is wonderful music. Ancient, ethereal, enveloping, it is compelling and affecting. One imagines he is being entertained by a traveling troupe of musicians in a Black Sea city of long ago.
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Yvonne

Phenominal!!!!
I LOVE this CD and have been listening to it almost constantly! It blends together 2 of my worlds--the Balkan music I have just begun to learn and the recorder/early music I have known for years. BRILLIANT!!
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