London Uyghur Ansambilining yéngi albomi Aq Béliq | White Fish CD plastinkisi neshrdin chiqti

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London Uyghur Ansambilining yéngi albomi Aq Béliq | White Fish CD plastinkisi neshrdin chiqti

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Aq Beliq | White Fish

Aq Beliq | White Fish

London Uyghur Ansambilining yéngi albomi Aq Béliq | White Fish CD plastinkisi (audio CD) neshrdin chiqti

Aq Béliq | White Fish CD plastikisini sétiwéling!

Bahasi £10.00 (pochta yollanma heqqi £2.50. Siz bu CD plastikisini London Uyghur Ansambilining torbéti >>

http://www.uyghurensemble.co.uk/Aq-Beliq-White-Fish-CD.html

arqiliq sétip alalaysiz. Siz dunyaning qandaq yéride bolushingizdin qettiynezer biz sizning sétiwélish sommingizni tapshurup alghandin kéyin ikki hepte ichide bu CD plastikisini sizge pochta arqiliq yollap bérimiz.


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The London Uyghur Ensemble's new CD released!

Buy The London Uyghur Enemble's new CD
 
Aq Beliq | White Fish

Price: £10.00 (Plus £2.50 post and packaging. Your purchased CD will be delivered within two weeks after we have received your payment).

Buy it now! http://www.uyghurensemble.co.uk/Aq-Beliq-White-Fish-CD.html

Aq Beliq | White Fish is the London Uyghur Ensemble's first CD. The London Uyghur Ensemble plays traditional Uyghur music from Central Asia. The group is based in London and composed of musicians from East Turkistan (Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China) and Kyrgyzstan, as well as Uyghur music enthusiasts from Britain. Some of the musicians in London Uyghur Ensemble came to Britain as refugees, and their work with this ensemble is part of their efforts to preserve their cultural heritage in the diaspora.

The London Uyghur Ensemble is the first group in the UK to perform the music of the Central Asian Uyghurs: thrilling vocals accompanied by long-necked lutes, a spike fiddle and a frame drum. This easternmost example of the maqam traditions of the Islamic world, with its 'limping' rhythms and ecstatic poetry, is deeply imbued with the Sufi ethos.

The music of Uyghurs is closely related to other Central Asian musical traditions, but also to music across the Muslim world. The song style is highly ornamented, and often uses asymmetrical rhythms and ecstatic prose, as is found in Sufi-influenced music. The various Uyghur regions have their own distinctive style and repertoire that extends from pure pentatonic melodies in the east to the more modal and complex repertoire of Kashgar.



http://www.uyghurensemble.co.uk


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