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Nedaye Asemani

Shahkilid, a Persian word meaning the key that opens all doors, was created by tombak master Dadmehr with the idea of opening up new horizons in Persian music. The group’s sophisticated arrangements are, remarkably, produced through pure instrumental improvisation. Nedaye Asemani means ’heavenly murmur’ and refers to Neda, the young woman who died during the 2009 Iranian protests. The CD is an ode to the desire for freedom that she has come to symbolize, as well as a manifesto for openness to different musical styles.

1) Pish Darämad (10:17)
2) Naväye Behesht (6:39)
3) Vadeghah (4:01)
4) Goftegooe Setareha (16:03)
5) Rameshgar (2:40)
6) Rahaee (4:48)
7) Nedäye Äsemani (8:38)

- By postal delivery, after making a bank transfer of 17€ on the bank account BE22 7350 0490 4447. Specify ’name artists, name cd’ and adress’. for bank transfers from Europe: 19 € on: IBAN : BE22 7350 0490 4447 BIC : KREDBEBB for bank transfers from outside Europe: send an e-mail to helene@muziekpublique.be to get more information.

- in good record shops in Belgium, Holland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, UK and Ireland (distribution by Discovery Records) and in France or via the main online distributors.

- At Muziekpublique on weekdays between 10.30-13h and 15-18h, or in the evening during our concerts, for 15€.

- On iTunes,...

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