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Spirit of the Earth

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In a concert recorded on Monday, the Aref Ensemble from Iran, directed by Parviz Meshkatian , perform music from the classical tradition.
The singer Ali Reza Eftekhari performs with ney (flute), santur (zither), tar (lute), kemenche (fiddle) and drums.
8.30 The War Machine
Daniel Pick explores the ways in which conceptions of machinery and madness have converged in the last hundred years.
8.50 Earlier this evening, in the Adrian Boult Hall of Birmingham Conservatoire, the ensemble Puspa Nugraha, led by Uking Sukri, played gamelan music from Sunda, the western part of Java. The group performs on a collection of gongs supplemented by the local vertical flute - the suling - and a singer.
(A BBC/South Bank Centre/Sounds Like Birmingham co-promotion in association with BT)

Contributors

Directed By: Parviz Meshkatian
Singer: Ali Reza
Unknown: Daniel Pick
Unknown: Adrian Boult Hall
Unknown: Puspa Nugraha
Unknown: Uking Sukri

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Spirit of the Earth

BBC Radio 3, 15 July 1992 19.30






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