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Endless Vision

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Release date  3 February 2005
Label  World Village
Producer  Hossein Alizâdeh
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Released  3 February 2005 14 February 2006 (US)
Recorded  September 2003, Niavaran Palace, Tehran, Iran
Artists  Hossein Alizâdeh, Djivan Gasparyan
Genres  World music, Middle Eastern music
World music albums  Night - Silence - Desert, Scattering Stars Like Dust, Beyond Any Form, Bahamut, Otan Simani Esperinos

Hossein alizadeh djivan gasparyan birds


Endless Vision is a collaborative album by Hossein Alizâdeh and Djivan Gasparyan. It was released on 3 February 2005, through Hermes Records in Iran and released on 14 February 2006 by World Village records in the United States.it was recorded at the Niavaran Palace on Tehran in 2003.

Contents

Alizâdeh plays on this album, the six-stringed shurangiz and Gasparyan plays the Duduk.

The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Traditional World Music Album at the 49th Grammy Awards.

Sari galin hossein alizadeh jivan gasparyan endless vision album


Track list

All music composed by Hossein Alizâdeh, except where noted.

Personnel

  • Hossein Alizâdeh – Shurangiz
  • Djivan Gasparyan – Duduk, Vocal on "Mama"
  • Hamavayan Ensemble
  • Afsaneh Rasaei – Vocal
  • Hoorshid Biabani – Vocal
  • Ali Boustan – Shurangiz
  • Mohammad-Reza Ebrahimi – Oud
  • Ali Samadpour – Dammam, Vocal, Udu
  • Behzad Mirzaee – Daf, Tombak, Naqareh
  • Additional Musicians
  • Vazgen Markaryan – Duduk
  • Armen Ghazaryan – Duduk
  • Songs

    1Birds22:20
    2Armenian Romances3:07
    3Sari Galin7:40

    References

    Endless Vision Wikipedia


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