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Afghan Music, World Routes Academy 2011

Lucy Duran explores the music of Afghanistan with rubab player Wahid Delahang, tabla player Wahid Wahidi and writer Simon Broughton. Plus the launch of 2011's World Routes Academy.

Lucy Duran explores the music of Afghanistan in a session with young rubab player Wahid Delahang and tabla player Wahid Wahidi, and talks to writer Simon Broughton about his new compilation of music from across the country's rich musical landscape.

Looking ahead, Lucy launches the World Routes Academy 2011, with a session from the new mentee.

1 hour

Last on

Sat 30 Oct 2010 15:00

Music Played

  • Ahmad Wahid Delahang, Wahid Wahidi

    Trad – Aoshari (Waterfall)

    Performers: Ahmad Wahid Delahang (rubab) Wahid Wahidi (tabla)

    • Recorded at BBC Broadcasting House, 2010.
  • Mahwash

    Gar Konad Saheb-E-Man (extract)

    Performers: Mahwash

    • CD RGNET1237CD.
  • Safdar Tawakuli

    Dobaiti Hazaragi (extract)

    Performers: Safdar Tawakuli

    • CD RGNET1237CD.
  • Farhad Darya

    Salaamalek (extract)

    Performers: Farhad Darya

    • CD RGNET1237CD.
  • Ahmad Wahid Delahang, Wahid Wahidi

    Trad - Aidel Safar Konta Karokh

    Performers: Ahmad Wahid Delahang (rubab) Wahid Wahidi (tabla)

    • Recorded at BBC Broadcasting House, 2010.
  • Ahmad Wahid Delahang, Wahid Wahidi

    Trad - Bolbul Az Dasgul Shakwah Ha Durad

    Performers: Ahmad Wahid Delahang (rubab) Wahid Wahidi (tabla)

    • Recorded at BBC Broadcasting House, 2010.
  • Ahmad Wahid Delahang, Wahid Wahidi

    Trad - Rag Shiwa Ranjani

    Performers: Ahmad Wahid Delahang (rubab) Wahid Wahidi (tabla)

    • Recorded at BBC Broadcasting House, 2010.
  • Hari Vrndavn Sivanesan

    Raga Sumanesha Ranjini

    Performers: Hari Vrndavn Sivanesan (veena)

    • Recorded at BBC Bush House, 2010.
  • Hari Vrndavn Sivanesan

    Muthuswami Dikshatar - "Anandamrutha karshini" (in Raga Amrutha Varshini, Tala Adi)

    Performers: Hari Vrndavn Sivanesan (veena) Prasana Devaraja (mridangam)

    • Recorded at BBC Bush House, 2010.

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