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Academy Of Maqâm - Invisible Face Of The Beloved: Classical Music Of The Tajiks And Uzbeks

  • Performer: Academy Of Maqâm
  • Title: Invisible Face Of The Beloved: Classical Music Of The Tajiks And Uzbeks
  • Genre: Classical / Folk
  • Country: US
  • Record source: CD DVD, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Released: 2006
  • Style: Mugham, Poetry
  • Label: Smithsonian Folkways, Music Of Central Asia
  • Cat#: SFW CD 40521, 2
  • MP3 album: 1240 mb
  • FLAC album: 2001 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 190
Academy Of Maqâm - Invisible Face Of The Beloved: Classical Music Of The Tajiks And Uzbeks

Tracklist

1BedilFirst Suporish1:06
2AnonymousTarona 11:18
3AmirUfor-I Ushshâq
Lyrics By – Amir Muhammad Umar-Khan
5:01
4AnonymousNasr-I Ushshâq
Lyrics By – Hafiz
10:33
5AnonymousTarona 31:42
6AnonymousTarona 51:13
7AnonymousTarona 12:08
8AnonymousTarona 21:29
9AnonymousTarona1:24
10AnonymousSuporish Talqin-I Ushshâq0:56
11AnonymousTarona 41:44
12AnonymousNawroz-I Sabo
Lyrics By – Hafiz
10:03
13HusayniTalqin-I Ushshâq
Lyrics By – Amir Husayn Fahrii Sodot
9:02
14AnonymousFinal Suporish1:58
15Abduvali AbdurashidovSolo On The Sato
Lute [Sato] – Abduvali Abdurashidov
0:47
16AnonymousTalqincha-I Sabo
Lyrics By – Hafiz
4:26
17AnonymousTarona 21:20
18AnonymousSarakhbor-I Râst
Lyrics By – Hafiz
13:58


Credits

  • Design [Map]Elaine Anderson
  • Design, LayoutSonya Cohen Cramer
  • DutarSirojiddin Juraev
  • Executive Producer [Series] – Theodore Levin
  • LeaderAbduvali Abdurashidov
  • Liner NotesAbduvali Abdurashidov, Theodore Levin
  • Photography ByKatherine Vincent, Roya Marefat, Sebastien Schutyser
  • ProducerJoel Gordon, Theodore Levin
  • Recorded ByJoel Gordon
  • VocalsJamshed Ergashev, Khurshed Ibrohimov, Nasiba Omonboeva, Ozoda Ashureva, Zumrad Samijonova
  • Vocals, Drums [Tanbur]Kamoliddin Khamdamov
  • Vocals, Lute [Doira]Murod Juarev


Notes

Recorded at Kyrgyz National Television and Radio Broadcasting Corporation, June 2004, on multitrack digital.


Album

The Academy of Maqâm is a Maqam or Shashmaqam ensemble consisting of Uzbek and Tajik singers and musicians. It was founded in 2003 in Dushanbe, Tajikistan by artistic director Abduvali Abdurashidov Абдували Абдурашидов, with support from the Aga Khan Music Initiative. Abdurashidov is a leading performer and scholar of shashmaqom and has been at the forefront of the current Shashmaqom revival in Tajikistan. Working with a small group of graduate students in the Academy of Maqâm, Abdurashidov recreated a historically informed performance version of the six Shashmaqom suites that read more. The Academy of Maqâm takes its name from the venerable tradition of classical or court music that spans the core Muslim world from Casablanca, the mosques and minarets of Samarkand and Bukhara, generations of vocalists set the mystical, Sufi-inspired verse of Hafiz and other classical poets to lyrical melodies, creating a spiritual art music of great refinement and sublime beauty called Shashmaqâm, confirming its important place among the great art music traditions of Eurasia. A bonus DVD documents the musical tradition of the Shashmaqâm in Bukhara, Uzbekistan. 18 tracks. 70 minutes. 44-page booklet, photos, and bilingual lyrics DVD contains series introduction, 24-minute film, interactive glossary, and map. Album 2006 18 Songs. The collection of information about your use of the content, and combination with previously collected information, used to measure, understand, and report on your usage of the service. This does not include personalisation, the collection of information about your use of this service to subsequently personalise content andor advertising for you in other contexts, i. on other service, such as websites or apps, over time. The Academy Of Maqâm. March 14, 2006. The title of the CD is misleading, The Classical Music of the Tajiks and Uzbeks. I bought the CD to hear shashmaqam with Uzbek poetic texts songs. Yet not even one textsong was Uzbek. As the booklet in the CD states, many of the songs sung are from the poetic texts of Hafiz. I was quite surprised that such a work produced with names like the Smithsonian and the Aga Khan Trust and not one Uzbek song. If one goes to Uzbekistan today, there are incredible classical shashmaqam performers from the historic cities of Samarkand and Bukhara to the heartland of Uzbek traditions, the Ferghana Valley. Amid the mosques and minarets of Samarkand and Bukhara, generations of vocalists set the mystical, Sufi-inspired verse of Hafiz and other classical poets to lyrical melodies, creating a spiritual art music of great refinement and sublime beauty called Shashmaqâm, confirming its important place among the great art music traditions of Eurasia. Music of Central Asia is a co-production of the Aga Khan Music Initiative, a program of the Aga Khan Trus. Academy of Maqâm - Music of Central Asia, Vol. 2: Invisible Face of the Beloved: Classical Music of the Tajiks and Uzbeks. Hossein Alizadeh and Djivan Gasparyan - Endless Vision. Andrea Hoag, Loretta Kelley and Charlie Pilzer - Hambo in the Snow. Aashish Khan, Zakir Hussain - Golden Strings of the Sarode. Much like with qawwali and ghazals, music and poetry are inextricably linked in shashmaqam, the classical music of the Tajiks and Uzbeks. The detailed liner notes do a much better job of describing and analyzing the performance than can be done here, and the accompanying DVD documents the Academy of the Maqam whose founder and students are the performers here and goes even further in describing all the elements of this tradition poetry, music, and dance and how they work in conjunction. The overview of Central Asia and instrument glossaries provide additional information and context. 19 USD. This second entry in the excellent Smithsonian Folkways Music of Central Asia series gathers traditional examples of Shashmaqam, played by musicians from the Academy of Maqam in Tajikistan



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