YALDA


01 Ay Laily (Traditional)
02 Baron Baroneh (Traditional)
03 Vaveila (Traditional)
04 Koli, Written – Se Farad
05 Hekimoglu, Written – Fuat Saka
06 Eshge Gol (Traditional)
07 Sedaye Ab (Inverno), Written – Fabrizio De Andrè
08 Baran (Traditional)
09 Shane, Written – Ziad Rahbani
10 Sharabe Shiraz, Written – Candan Ercetin
11 Gole Pamchal (Traditional)
12 Farar Az Madrese, Written – Nil Karaibrahimgil
13 Afsun, Written – Jenet Masoodnia
14 Zayaende Ruz, Written – Jenet Masoodnia
 
 
Arranged – Jenet Massodnia (tracks: 13, 14)
Bass, Guitar – Boyko Petkov
Clarinet, Saxophone – Marin Marinov
Double Bass, Guitar – Alessandro Sicardi (tracks: 13, 14)
Guitar – Nikolay Antov
Keyboards – Christo Namliev
Percussion – Ventcislav Radev
Tar – Sirous Sepehri (tracks: 13, 14)
Vocals, Setar – Yalda
 
2008 release. Back in 1990 while Fabrizio De AndrŠ was releasing “Le Nuvole”, Prince released Graffiti Bridge. At the same time in the turbulent Iranian Islamic Republic the young Yalda was taking her first piano lessons. During her studies she passed a competition which allowed her to subscribe to the University of Music in Teheran. There she started playing the setar (an ancient Persian four-chord instrument similar to the mandolin) and she wrote a thesis about the musicotherapy of the Iranian rural areas. (by Sensible Records)
 
*CD盤面に薄いコスレ些少、ほか特に問題ナシ。¥1500

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