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Tue February 26, 2013
New Sounds From Arab Lands
New Sounds From Arab Lands is five musicians from Syria, Tunisia and Lebanon respectively. They were brought together in collaboration with the Aga Khan music initiative, and are artists in a residency at Dartmouth College curated by ethnomusicologist and music professor Ted Levin. The group performs this evening at the Spaulding auditorium. We caught up with the group from a studio at Dartmouth College.
Kinan Azmeh – Clarinet
Basel Rajoub – Saxophone
Jasser Haj Youssef – Violin/viola d’amore
Feras Charestan – Qanun
Khaled Yassine - Percussion
You can listen to the song they played for us in the studio, Rituals by clicking on the file below.
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