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The Sound Of Santur

The Sound Of Santur

Some recordings from Iran, Turkey, Hungary, Romania and India with santur, hammered dulcimer, cimbalom or santoor playing on it. (With only short excerpts, last minutes of "tritaals" at 2 of the last 3 Indian recordings - sorry about it, this time there was no more time for that.)

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No timestamping, full tracklist is here:
01. Hossein Farjami plays Santoor – The Nagmeh Esfahan
02. Nasser Rastegar-Nejad – Afshari
03. Siya Siyabend & Alexander Hacke in “Crossing the Bridge – Sound of Istanbul”
04. Kálmán Balogh – Bulgar cigany horo
05. Paul Stinga – Sirba, de la draganesti
06. Kálmán Balogh – Sirba, tropca & hora from Dobrogea
07. Paul Stinga – Sirba de la bragadiru
08. Kálmán Balogh – Olahos/Szatmar
09. Fábián Márta és Fábián Jolán – Három tánc cimbalomkettősre (Three Dances for Two Cimbaloms)
10. Balogh Kálmán, Nagy Zsolt és Mohácsy Albert – Sebesforduló (Quick turning-dance)
11. Fábián Márta, Elek Tihamér, Belej Ferenc, Kaufmann Júlia, Kádas Éva és Vavrinecz Béla – Kanásztánc cimbalomra és kamaraegyüttesre (Swineherd’s Dance for Cimbalom and Chamber Ensemble)
12. Balogh Kálmán, Bartha Z. Ágoston és Konkoly Elemér – Tendl Pál cimbalmos prímás táncdallamai (Dancing tunes for cimbalom)
13. last minutes of Shivkumar Sharma with Zakir Hussain – Kuanshi Kanhra (Gat: Tritaal: Drut) [Live at Rang Bhavan Bombay, 1981]
14. last minutes of Shivkumar Sharma with Ustad Zakir Hussain – Raga Rageshwari (Drut: Tritaal)
15. Shivkumar Sharma & Hariprasad Chaurasia accompanied by Pandit Kashinath Mishra & Mrs. Anuradha Chaurasia – Raga Jhinjhoti