- Zahirig Miânag Et Mélodie Shervandi/Zahirig Biâ Ke Et Mélodie Shervandi
- Zahirig Rudbar/Sowt "Mâbâ to"
- Sowt "Delpa Madoka Bandant" Et Man Lene Taraga Bandant"
- Zahirig Baho/Zahirig Ballok Ordok/Mélodie Shervandi "Balach"/Zahirig Ko
- Sâsuli Khorâsâni (Répertoire De Transe)
- Sowt "Leiko Kamam Bian Tara Lod Biaran"/Trois Airs Guâti (Répertoire De
- Bage Sâz/Simorgh/Sâsuli Khorâsâni (Répertoire De Transe)
The Baluch live in Pakistan as well as Iran and most of these recordings are from Pakistan, but that just proves my point: their music is an example of how the idioms of Persia radiated eastward. This unique and rarely recorded vocal and instrumental music offers a wide range of musical expression designed, through flourished repetition and focus, for healing and exaltation. Instruments include the robab lute, sorud fiddle, double-ney and banjo-like benju. Excellent recordings and notes. (I'm indebted to Farhad Bahrami for the background to this review).
Performance CreditsAbdorahmân Surizehi Benju
Rasulbakhsh Zangeshâhi Sorud
Rahimbakhsh Zangeshâhi Tambura
Firuz Sâjedi Double Flute
Technical CreditsJean-Michel Cauquy Engineer
Martine Desbureaux translation
Jean During Liner Notes,Text,Artistic Director
Annick Brien Montage
Roland Besenval Book
Firuz Sâjedi Book