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Safar 02-14-2022 03:13 AM

Zeibekiko of Evdokia (Greece)



Mikis Theodorakis - Otan Sfigoun To Heri (When They Grab One's Hand) (Greece)

Safar 02-23-2022 11:51 PM

Georg Paterakis - Logetta (Greece)



Patcheco de Gumbé - Catchur Kumpé (Guinea-Bissau)


Spoiler for Patcheco de Gumbé - Pubis Ku Bô:


Khun Narin - Chackim (Thailand)

ando here 02-24-2022 01:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Safar (Post 2200240)
Georg Paterakis - Logetta (Greece)



Patcheco de Gumbé - Catchur Kumpé (Guinea-Bissau)


Spoiler for Patcheco de Gumbé - Pubis Ku Bô:


Khun Narin - Chackim (Thailand)

Nice. All three. Thanks.

Mindfulness 02-24-2022 07:20 PM


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Oy0fadP_ZQ

Safar 02-25-2022 06:42 AM

Khun Narin - Baisi Sukhwan (Thailand)

Guybrush 02-25-2022 06:46 AM

I WISH I could share it with you, but it's nowhere to be found, not on youtube or any other streaming service I have at my disposal.

The song is Glass Butterflies by Dirk Campbell and it's a gorgeous piece of world music. Well worth hunting down if you can find it.

rostasi 02-25-2022 09:38 AM

The last part of this incorporating his tune "Symposium."


Guybrush 02-25-2022 10:51 AM

What the hell? Thanks Rostasi :love:

Why didn't I find it? Must be something wrong with my googling skills :confused:

The gentle, earthen and watery-guggly sound of that flute after the 2 minute mark is something I just find wonderful. I'm not quite sure what it is, but I thought perhaps some kind of ocarina?

rostasi 02-25-2022 11:25 AM

The flutes that I can hear in this tune are,
in order, a duduk, Irish flute, bansuri and a kaval.
Nice piece of whirled music, but may be
too dissonant near the beginning for some.
New age people often have delicate snowflake ears.

Guybrush 02-25-2022 12:21 PM

Cool Rostasi :) you sure know your flutes / recorders.

I kinda knew ocarina was a dumb suggestion :laughing: but there's some jug-ish quality to the sound of the lower register flute that just makes me think of clay.

I also know Dirk from earlier Canterbury related projects like Egg and early National Health (when he was known as Mont). He was in the British news some time ago as his daughter was a soldier and was killed in battle with ISIS. There were troubles getting bodies back to the UK for burial and I saw an interview with him about it :(

Seems he performs with his son these days.


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