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Night Music (Program and Audio)

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dc.contributor.author Qamar, Nadi
dc.date.accessioned 2021-08-17T23:29:19Z
dc.date.available 2021-08-17T23:29:19Z
dc.date.issued 1988
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/11209/15278
dc.description.abstract Night Music by Nadi Qamar. 1. Night Music 2. Kuna Rhythms (kuna drum solo) 3. Flight 4. Ibadan Impressions 5. Table Talk 6. Far from Dube-Dube (mamalikembi solo) 7. Haitian Sketches 8. Madagascar Talviha River Music (talviha solo) 9. Hymn (likembi duo - Nadi Qamar and Lo-Bamijoko, musician & educator.) "This music reflects the essence of my physical and spiritual life experiences from first awareness to the present. Having observed and meditated upon many parallels of phenomena, I am convinced that extempore musical performance is a well- spring of analogies to creation and perpetuation of harmonious human relations. Musical sound is an oracle, infallible by virtue of its existence. Tonal structures don't debate whether they should or shouldn't co-exist. They simply imbue the atmosphere, meld into others, then fade into silence." en_US
dc.subject Black Music Division en_US
dc.title Night Music (Program and Audio) en_US
dc.type Recording, musical en_US


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