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Anouar Brahem - Conte de L'incroyable Amour - 1992

In October 1991 Anouar Brahem recorded his second album for ECM, Conte de L'incroyable Amour. And although this album and its predecessor still have a typical traditional atmosphere, we can already see the different musical directions that our oud master could take. Anouar in his youth was not limited to listening to Arab music, he did not hesitate to explore other parts of traditional music: from the Mediterranean, to the most remote, on the border of Iran and India. For this work Anouar Brahem hired the services of the Turkish musician Kudsi Erguner Sufi teacher of the Mevlevi Emeritus flute player of the nai instrument traditionally used in trance ceremonies for dancing dervishes. Another Erguner compatriot, clarinetist Barbaros Erkose and again Tunisian Lassad Hosni on percussion (darbuka and bendir).


AnouarBrahem: oud
BarbarosErköse: clarinet
KudsiErguner: nai
Lassad Hosni: bendir, darbouka

Etincelles
    Le chien sur les genoux de la devineresse
L'oiseau de bois
Lumière du silence
Conte de l'incroyable amour
PeshrevHidjazHomayoun
    Diversion
Nayzak
    Battements
En souvenird'Iram
Iramretrouvée
    Epilogue 


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