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The peculiarity of 'Strings for Peace' / JAZZ QUAD

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The West meets the East, the classical Spanish guitar - with the classic Indian sarod, Amjad Ali Khan and his two sons - with Sharon Isbin - this is how you can briefly describe the plot of the album Strings for Peace, which will be released on Zoho Music on May 22. The world has seen many such meetings of music from different cultures: one can recall the duet of Yehudi Menuhin and Ravi Shankar, and numerous projects from the sphere of fusion and ethnic jazz. The peculiarity of this project is that here a very popular string instrument (guitar) in the West sounds in a duet with a fretless string instrument from the lute family (sarod) in India, especially in North India, with outstanding musicians on both sides . Let's start from the West, if only because the lady represents him in this project.

 

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