The immense Persian poet Omar Khayyam conquered the whole world by declining masterfully the poetic metaphor of the drunkenness.
Revisited recently by the extraordinary voices of the Iranian Ali Reza Ghorbani and of the Tunisian singer Dorsaf Hamdani, these universal poems fires irresistibly our imagination in a surprising fusion between the Arabic and Persian singing.
Accompanied with musicians of a big sharpness and a rare virtuosity, Dorsaf and Alireza proposes a singular and sophisticated reading of this poetry with a rare vocal and musical requirement, and original compositions of a surprising current events, inspired by the musics and the traditional poetries of the Persian and Arabic East.
Created within the framework of the Festival of Paris and the surrounding area by Accords Croisés.
With the support of Espal, subsidized stage of Le Mans.
Ali Reza Ghorbani : classical persian singing
Dorsaf Hamdani : classical arab singing
Ali Ghamsary : composition, tar, divan
Sohrab Pournazeri : kamanche, tanbur
Hussein Zahawy : daf, darbouka, dayera
Keyvan Chemirani : zarb, udu, bendir
Sofiane Negra : oud
Collection VOX POPULI
CD - AC 142 - 2011