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Maestro Ali Akbar Khan and a thirteen-piece East/West orchestra follow up his critically acclaimed Journey, performing classical ragas and Rajasthani folk songs. Combining sarod with Western classical instruments such as the cello, violin, bassoon and oboe, Khansahb brilliantly merges Eastern and Western musical traditions to produce an album of astounding beauty. The title song, "Garden of Dreams," explores memories of paradise and is an original raga composed by Khansahb. "Dhani," with guest artist Zakir Hussain, features a wind section of oboe, bassoon and native Australian didgeridoo. Also featured and produced by Jai Uttal.
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All Music Guide - MusD
Maestro Ali Akbar Khan and a thirteen-piece East/West orchestra follow up his critically acclaimed Journey, performing classical ragas and Rajasthani folk songs. Combining sarod with Western classical instruments such as the cello, violin, bassoon and oboe, Khansahb brilliantly merges Eastern and Western musical traditions to produce an album of astounding beauty. The title song, "Garden of Dreams," explores memories of paradise and is an original raga composed by Khansahb. "Dhani," with guest artist Zakir Hussain, features a wind section of oboe, bassoon and native Australian didgeridoo. Also featured and produced by Jai Uttal.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/22/1994
  • Label: Triloka Records
  • UPC: 744447719926
  • Catalog Number: 477199

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ali Akbar Khan Primary Artist, Sarod
Greg Barber Bassoon
Swapan Chaudhuri Tabla
Zakir Hussain Drums, Naal, Dholak, Madal, Pakawaj, Shaker
Azkir Hussain Drums, Naal, Dholak, Madal, Pakawaj, Shaker
James Pomerantz Sitar
Irene Sazer Violin
Jai Uttal Guitar, Harmony
Dan Reiter Cello, Harmony
Daniella Birschel Tanpura, Tambor
Bennie Cottone Oboe
Brian Godden Guitar, Didjeridu, Harmony
Anthony Hindson Guitar, 12-string Guitar
Terry Pease Tanpura, Tambor
Kate Stenberg Viola
Krishna Bhatt Sitar
Technical Credits
Arne Frager Engineer
Zakir Hussain Contributor
K.D. Kagel Executive Producer
Ali Akbar Khan Composer
Jean King Artwork, Cover Art
Mitchell Markus Executive Producer
Glenn Meadows Mastering
Jai Uttal Arranger, Producer, Orchestration
Dan Reiter Arranger, Orchestration
Swapan Choudhuri Contributor
Iris Brooks Liner Notes
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