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Music
Author Madadī, ʻAbd al-Vahhāb.

Title Sweet nomad girl [sound recording].

Imprint [Dorset, England] : Metier World, p2005.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 GDL Brand Library Music Compact Disc    Q AFGH MADA M01CD    Available
Description 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Playing Time 000648 000456 000405 000259 000255 000613 000402 000458 000703 000850 000502 000415
Note Traditional vocal and instrumental music from Herāt, Afghanistan.
Compact disc.
Program and biographical notes with excerpts of the lyrics in English (11 p.) inserted in container.
Contents Nasar jan = Dear Nasar/Aushari (6:48) -- Naghmeh bajekhaneh (4:56) -- Sefid kheimeh = White tents (4:05) -- Bada bada = Let it be (2:59) -- Shishkebab (2:55) -- Shah Koko jan = Dear Shah Koko/Uzbeki (6:!3) -- Gol-e bikhar = Rose without thorns (4:02) -- Siahmu wa Jalali = Siahmu and Jalali (4:58) -- Gol-e zart = Yellow flower (7:03) -- Shirin dokhtar-e maldar = Sweet nomad girl (8:50) -- Jam-e narenji = Tangerine dress (5:02) -- Wa wa Leili = Leili, how wonderful (4:15).
Performer Abdul Wahab Madadi, vocal ; Veronica Doubleday, vocal, daireh (frame drum) ; John Baily, dutar (long-necked lute).
Event Recorded live in the church of St. Leonard's, Semley, Wiltshire on 7 August 2004 (tracks 8-12) and in the church of St. Mary, Barcombe, West Sussex on 17 August 2004 (tracks 1-7)
Language Sung in Persian.
Subject Folk music -- Afghanistan -- Herāt (Province)
Folk songs, Persian -- Afghanistan -- Herāt (Province)
Added Author Doubleday, Veronica.
Baily, John, 1943-
Note Subtitle on container: Folk music from Afghanistan
Standard No. 5060054460231
Music No. MW360-01 Metier World

 
    
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