This is a music video/trailer for an award-winning documentary film, The Mountain Music Project: A Musical Odyssey from Appalachia to Himalaya.
Featuring old-time musicians from Virginia and Nepal sharing each other’s music. Danny Knicely, Tara Linhardt, and the Mountain Music Project explore the connections between Appalachian and Himalayan music traditions.
Farid el Atrache ( also al-Atrash and al-Atrasch; born October 19, 1915 in al-Suwayda, Syria; † 26 December 1974 in Beirut, Lebanon) was a Syrian -Egyptian composer, singer and actor.
Hekayet Gharami a song withing a movie stared by Magda an Egyptian Star Acress of the late 50, 60, 70 until…Co-stared Farid El Atrash the singer of this song.
DJ AA startet DJing in clubs in Boston about 7 years ago. Listen to his great mix of “Small Bumps” by Ed Sheeran & Chromatics:
World Order – a song and dance performance band from Japan with their song – Machine Civilization
Dariush Eghbali, born in 1952, is known as the greatest Iranian pop singers of all time. Listen to his wonderful voice in his great song “Donyaye In Roozaye Man”:
Thanks orientaldrumming for this nice one!
The gayageum or kayagum is a traditional Korean zither-like string instrument, with 12 strings, although more recently variants have been constructed with 21 or other numbers of strings. It is probably the best known traditional Korean musical instrument
Googoosh, born in 1951, is a female pop singer from Tehran, also known as Faegheh Atashin. Listen to her nice piece “Baghe Bi Bargi”:
Thanks for this nice suggestion, Orientaldrumming!
Feridun Düzağaç, born in 1968 in Adana, is a turkish rock musician. His music is very melancholic and pessimistic, really as my friend Emre, who sent this song to me. Listen to his damn good piece “Beni Unutma”:
Galactic Caravan is the creation of composer/instrumentalist Steven Last. With programmed percussion, guitars, keyboards and vocals, Last has re-imagined compositions by internationally acclaimed world music artists into a kaleidoscope of sound for the Western ear.
Sanam Marvi, born in 1986, is a pakistani folk music singer. She was born into a muslim family, so it’s even more amazing, that she is now known for her nice music. Listen to her and Manzil-e-Sufi on the Coke Studio Session 3: