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KAYHAN KALHOR  كيهان كلهر — Hawniyaz (Jun 24, 2016)

KAYHAN KALHOR  كيهان كلهر — Hawniyaz (Jun 24, 2016)

 KAYHAN KALHOR  كيهان كلهر — Hawniyaz (Jun 24, 2016)  KAYHAN KALHOR  كيهان كلهر — Hawniyaz (Jun 24, 2016) Hawniyaz
→  The word ‘Hawniyaz’ comes from Kurdish language and means ‘together’ and ‘for one another’. The Hawniyaz Ensemble originated during a spontaneous meeting behind the scenes at Morgenland Festival Osnabrück.
→  The ensemble reunites: Kurdish singer Aynur, the legendary kamancheh virtuoso Kayhan Kalhor, jazz pianist Salman Gambarov and tembûr player Cemil Qoçgiri. These four internationally renowned musicians from Kurdish, Persian and Azeri musical culture meet and create a new, enchanting repertory.
→  Composer of Kurdish and Persian classical music and a virtuoso on the kamancheh, setar, and Persian violin.
→  V rámci festivalu Struny podzimu vystoupil 31. října 2010 v pražském kostele sv. Anny Kayhan Kalhor, íránský hráč na kemanče, což je smyčcový nástroj rozšířený na Blízkém Východě. V magazínu HIS Voice recenzovali jeho nahrávku s triem Ghazal, nyní jsme slyšeli jeho hru ve spojení se smyčcovým kvartetem Brooklyn Rider. S nimi vydal v roce 2008 desku “Silent City”, z níž vycházel i při pražském vystoupení. Celkově se Kayhan Kalhor podílí na 27 albech s různými umělci.
Location: Teheran, Iran ~ Rome, Italy ~ Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada ~ Karaj, Iran
Born: 24 November 1963, Kermanshah, Iran
Album release: Jun 24, 2016
Recording date: February, 2011
Record Label: Harmonia Mundi
Genre: Avant–Garde, International, Jazz
Styles: Iran–Classical, Iranian, Middle Eastern Traditions, Neo–Traditional, Structured Improvisation, Turkish
Duration:     56:47
Tracks:
1 Delalê (My Beauty)     15:55
→  Kayhan Kalhor, Salman Gambarov, Aynur & Cemil Qocgiri
2 Rewend (Nomad)     11:08
→  Kayhan Kalhor, Salman Gambarov, Cemil Qocgiri & Aynur
3 Xidire min (Oh my Khidir)     10:49
→  Kayhan Kalhor, Aynur, Salman Gambarov & Cemil Qocgiri
4 Malan Barkir (Exile) — Bêrîvanê (Diary Maid)     9:36
→  Kayhan Kalhor, Aynur, Cemil Qocgiri & Salman Gambarov
5 Ehmedo — Ez Reben Im (I’m Desperate)     9:19
→  Kayhan Kalhor, Salman Gambarov, Cemil Qocgiri & Aynur
℗ 2016 harmonia mundi
Hawniyaz. New Alnum Released by Harmonia Mundi
آلبوم هاونیاز این هفته در سراسر دنیا به بازار عرضه میشود...
کیهان کلهر : شاه کمان، آینور دغان : آواز, سلمان قمبرف : پیانو, جمیل گوچگیری : تنبور
این آلبوم مجموع آثاریست که به صورت ساخته شده و بداهه بر اساس موسیقی‌ فولکلور کردی با کلام و لهجه کورمانجی تهیه و ضبط شده.
BIOGRAPHY — KAYHAN KALHOR
Kayhan Kalhor
→  Three–time GRAMMY nominee Kayhan Kalhor is an internationally acclaimed virtuoso on the kamancheh, who through his many musical collaborations has been instrumental in popularizing Persian music in the West and is a creative force in today’s music scene.
→  His performances of traditional Persian music and multiple collaborations have attracted audiences around the globe. He has studied the music of Iran’s many regions, in particular those of Khorason and Kordestan, and has toured the world as a soloist with various ensembles and orchestras including the New York Philharmonic and the Orchestre National de Lyon.
→  He is co–founder of the renowned ensembles Dastan, Ghazal: Persian & Indian Improvisations and Masters of Persian Music. Kayhan Kalhor has composed works for Iran’s most renowned vocalists Mohammad Reza Shajarian and Shahram Nazeri and has also performed and recorded with Iran’s greatest instrumentalists.
→  He has composed music for television and film and was most recently featured on the soundtrack of Francis Ford Copolla’s Youth Without Youth in a score that he collaborated on with Osvaldo Golijov. In 2004, Kayhan was invited by American composer John Adams to give a solo recital at Carnegie Hall as part of his Perspectives Series and in the same year he appeared on a double bill at Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival, sharing the program with the Festival Orchestra performing the Mozart Requiem. Kayhan is a member of Yo–Yo Ma’s Silk Road Project and his compositions appear on all three of the Ensemble’s albums.
→  Kayhan Kalhor is an internationally acclaimed virtuoso on the kamancheh (Persian spiked fiddle). His performances of Persian music and his many collaborations have attracted audiences around the globe. Born in Tehran, Iran, he began his musical studies at the age of seven. At thirteen, he was invited to work with the National Orchestra of Radio and Television of Iran, where he performed for five years. When he was seventeen he began working with the Shayda Ensemble of the Chavosh Cultural Center, the most prestigious arts organization in Iran at the time.  He has traveled extensively throughout Iran, studying the music of its many regions, in particular those of Khorason and Kordestan.
→  Kayhan has toured the world as a soloist with various ensembles and orchestras including the New York Philharmonic and the Orchestre National de Lyon.  He is co–founder of the renowned ensembles Dastan, Ghazal: Persian & Indian Improvisations and Masters of Persian Music. Kayhan has composed works for Iran’s most renowned vocalists Mohammad Reza Shajarian and Shahram Nazeri and has also performed and recorded with Iran’s greatest instrumentalists. Kayhan has composed music for television and film and was most recently featured on the soundtrack of Francis Ford Copolla’s Youth Without Youth in a score that he collaborated on with Osvaldo Golijov.
→  In 2004, Kayhan was invited by American composer John Adams to give a solo recital at Carnegie Hall as part of his Perspectives Series and in the same year he appeared on a double bill at Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival, sharing the program with the Festival Orchestra performing the Mozart Requiem.
→  Kayhan is an original member of Yo–Yo Ma’s Silk Road Project and his compositions Blue as the Turquoise Night of Neyshabur, Silent City and Mountains Are Far Away, appear on all three of the Ensemble’s albums. His most recent commission for the Kölner Philharmonic in Germany will be premiered in October 2009. Three of his recent recordings have been nominated for Grammys, Faryad, Without You and The Rain.  His new CD Silent City, with the innovative ensemble Brooklyn Rider, was released on the World Village label in September 2008 to critical acclaim. Compositions: Blue as the Turquoise Night of Neyshabur / Gallop of a Thousand Horses / I was There / The Silent City / Mountains Are Far Away //
Contact: doostmusic@gmail.com
KK MySpace: https://myspace.com/kayhankalhor
Twitter: https://twitter.com/kayhankalhor
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kalhor.kayhan/
Website: http://www.kayhankalhor.net/
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KAYHAN KALHOR  كيهان كلهر — Hawniyaz (Jun 24, 2016)

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