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On May 29, Smithsonian Folkways and the Aga Khan Music Initiative will celebrate the tenth and final release of their award-winning "Music of Central Asia" series, a groundbreaking CD/DVD set entitled 'Borderlands: Wu Man and Master Musicians from the Silk Route’.
Hanleylun uses the pentatonic scale of Qumul, Xinjiang, in this traditional song featuring Sanubar Tursun (vocals and dutar), Hesenjan Tursun (satar) and Wu Man (pipa). This song is a part of "Music of Central Asia Volume 10: Borderlands - Wu Man and Master Musicians from the Silk Route".
Hanleylun is a part of the playlist showcasing the “Music of Central Asia” series (http://www.folkways.si.edu/CentralAsia), ranging from the Pamir Mountains of Tajikistan, to the mugham and bardic songs of Azerbaijan, to the cross cultural collaborations of Afghanistan and western artists such as Kronos Quartet. Presented by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings (http://www.folkways.si.edu/) and the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (http://www.akdn.org/aktc) the 10-volume series celebrates musicians who display a mastery of older traditions while embracing the contemporary spirit of innovation. This playlist takes you through our own journey through new and old, discovering the hidden gems of Central Asia.
The latest, and last, album of the series- "Borderlands - Wu Man and Master Musicians from the Silk Route – will be released on Tuesday, May 29th of 2012.
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