Music from France – Indila

Indila, civil Adila Sedraïa (* probably 26 June 1984  in Paris, France) is a French R & B singer.  With “Derniere danse ” she was very famous in France , her video clip has already 127 MILLIONS views .

Her father is algerian , shes got also cambodian , egypt and indian roots , her artist name Indila reminds  to India .

Music from Azerbaijan – Vamag Mammadalijev

Azerbaijan Television – 1989
Rahab mugham has a special place in the creative artist. Gramophone records written during the Soviet era, the Radio Gold Fund, Maison des Cultures d’Monde of France, left “the Music Anthology” in solo performances can be found in the compact-disks. In addition, the music has been recorded by several singers. Muhammad is the only musician who played the classic Vamiq mughams. Bahram Mansurov of the old masters to teach him, Ahmadkhan Bakihanov, Haji Mammadov and shafts as well as the victim learned of the singer’s classic score mogikan like the show, is reflected in a unique manner by the master fingers.

Music from Switzerland – Christian Zehnder

Christian Zehnder is a singer, componist and musician from Sitzerland. He is really a voice artist , combining the Jodeling from his home country with the overtone singing from Mongolia .

Watch him sing “Picnicwith a monk ” a live performance in the chappel of Romainmontier

and a documentary , featuring Hun Huur Tur from Mongolia (with english subtitle)

 

Music from the US – Aradhna

Aradhna is a band that fuses traditional Indian devotional music (bhajans) with Christ-centered themes, composed primarily in the Hindi language, in addition to Bihari, Bhojpuri and Braj Basha languages.The band members include Chris Hale (lead vocals, sitar), Peter Hicks (acoustic guitar, sitar) and Travis McAfee (bass). Tabla Player Jim Fiest regularly plays with the band. (wiki)

Here is their songt “Mukteshwar”

Music from the US/ Armenia – Ryan Weber

Ryan Weber starting his own solo project “REW<<” is best known for beeing part of Eric & Magill, where he wrote some pieces, e.g. ‘All those I know’. Born in Wisconsin, US, he grew up and started playing some music with friends there. He’s a part armenian and was traveling around the world for some years, getting influenced by different music styles as Lingala and Tarab music from Kenya. While he wrote REW<< , he was traveling back to the United States after living in Kenya for two years. He describes this record as his emotions he felt while traveling and ending a chapter in his life. Ryan Weber wrote and recorded in hotel rooms in Kenya, India, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia and Malaysia. He describes this in this way: ‘I think rather than being influenced by genre, I’m influenced by my surrounding, music is a component of surrounding, but not the whole, as am I, thus I try to channel what I’m feeling in that setting.’ Listen to “Departeueres“, an amazing collection of records, fitting perfectly here. Thanks Ryan Weber for these amazing sounds!

“While listening to Ryan Weber’s album “Departeueres” you could really chill down and enjoy these amazing soft dream pop melodies”

Music from Japan – Kodo

Kodo is a japanese Taiko Drum ensemble, founded 1976 under the name Sado non Kuni – Ondekoza , they gave their debut under the new  name 1981 on the Berlin Festival. Kodo means “Children of Drums ” or in another meaning “Heartbeat”, the band consists of 24 artists

Here is their sample “Spirit of Taiko “

 

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