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Brooklyn string quartet in the mold of the Kronos and Balanescu joins Kurdish Iranian virtuoso Kayhan Kalhor for an album that finds common ground between Persian folk and modern minimalism. Kayhan Kalhor is a Kurdish Iranian master of Persian music and one of the greatest living players of the kamancheh, a four-stringed, upright Persian fiddle that's tuned like a violin but has a darker tone; Brooklyn Rider is a young American string quartet in the tradition of the Kronos and Balanescu Quartets. Together, their repertoire is a mixture of classic string pieces, modern compositions, and originals composed by one of the group's violinists, Colin Jacobsen, and fleshed out by a talented bunch, equally comfortable improvising and playing complex arrangements as they are performing in concert halls and small rock clubs. Kalhor and Brooklyn Rider met as members of Yo-Yo Ma's ambitious Silk Road Ensemble, a project seeking to unite the vast range of musical traditions along the historic trade route in a way that preserves each one but casts it in the context of something broad and modern. They continue in that spirit on Silent City , finding common ground between Persian folk and modern minimalism. The album's two short pieces, "Ascending Bird" and "Parvaz", bridge those genres directly, the former by adapting a piece of folk music, and the latter by retelling the same legend with a new composition by Kalhor. Percussionist Mark Suter and double bassist Jeff Beecher are also on hand to widen the aural palette. Engineer Jody Elff has brilliantly captured the detail and dynamic depth of the group, and this is most apparent on the half-hour centerpiece, Kalhor's magnificent composition "Silent City". It begins nearly inaudible, with a slow improvisation that gradually grows to a heaving, jaw-dropping climax around the minute mark, only to break back down to an aching, kamancheh-led passage. Where the first climax comes with a sudden shift from dissonance to gorgeous consonance, the second is a cathartic, celebratory dance movement, with Suter returning to percussion.
Kayhan Kalhor, Brooklyn Rider
Please contact mpub-help umich. For more information, read Michigan Publishing's access and usage policy. The musical collaboration of members of The Silk Road Ensemble serves as a case study to demonstrate how the commemoration of the victims of Halabja in their performance evinces the duty to remember for the sake of promoting justice in accordance with the logic of hope. It also asks how the memories of conflict and war are reflected in the music that incorporates elements of different musical traditions. The Halabja genocide is often compared to the holocaust of Hiroshima.
Kayhan Kalhor - Silent City. This stirring collection finds his evocative leads meshing beautifully with the quartet's orchestrations on a series of movements based on Iranian folktales. A partnership eight years in the making, Kalhor westernizes his traditional playing with classical touches such as pizzicato while Brooklyn Rider likewise synthesizes the intricacies of Kalhor's Persian melodies. The results mesmerize.