Fairuz

by Mohit Dubey

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Johann Sebastian Bach
Lute Suite in E Minor BWV 996
I. Prelude
II. Presto
III. Allemande
IV. Sarabande
V. Bourree
VI. Gigue

Giulio Regondi
Etude No.1 in C Major
Etude No. 8 in G Major

Antonio Lauro
Suite Venezolana
I. Registro
II. Danza Negra
III. Cancion
IV. Vals

Roland Dyens
Libra Sonatine
I. India
II. Largo
III. Fuoco

Fairuz
Allah Kabeer (arr. Dubey)

credits

released September 16, 2017

Special thanks to James Lutz, genius recording engineer, to Uros Baric, with magic ears, to Karima Diane Alavi, gracious host, to Amal, for introducing me to the music of Fairuz and to Stephen Aron, for guidance at nearly every step of the way. This album was also greatly inspired by the following poem, which I heard while in Jordan, and later had translated by Amal Waqar:

“what is the homeland?
the homeland is the earth
and the lover/beloved*
and the turquoise (or the singer*)”

*Habeeb(i)
*Fairuz is both her name and the Arabic word for turquoise, a stone commonly found near where this album was recorded

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Classical guitarist,
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