Gentle Sufi Music مولانا RUMI

The Turkish ney is an end-blown reed flute, an Ottoman variation on the ancient ney. Alongside the Turkish tanbur lute and the Turkish kemençe fiddle, it is considered one of the most typical instruments of Classical Turkish music. The ney also plays a primary role in the music of the Mevlevi Sufi rites (semâ). A… Continue lendo Gentle Sufi Music مولانا RUMI

ROOTS REVIVAL – Maramures (fvll concert)

Maramures project was initiated and coordinated by Mehdi Aminian and developed together with Peter Hurley. This project is built on tradition, innovation and improvisations by the 7 musicians from 7 different countries who spent 7 days in the villages in the mountainous area of Maramures and lived the life and music of the villagers there.… Continue lendo ROOTS REVIVAL – Maramures (fvll concert)

JULIA OHRMANN & MEHDI AMINIAN – Call of the Winds (Persian Ney & Indian Bansuri)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=384wt6tznwE Julia Ohrmann: BansuriMehdi Aminian: Ney, Setar, VocalsSudhir Bunda: Tabla March 2017Bucharest, Romania To find out more of Roots Revival projects visit:https://www.facebook.com/Roots.Reviva… This creation is trying to demonstrate common musical roots of Persia and India through the medium of two wind instruments, the Bansuri (India) and the Ney (Iran), played by Julia Ohrmann and Mehdi… Continue lendo JULIA OHRMANN & MEHDI AMINIAN – Call of the Winds (Persian Ney & Indian Bansuri)