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In ancient Persian their name has the meaning of “voice”. Their music is somehow fascinating and hypnotic through Middle Eastern virtuosities and sounds coming from the Mongolian tradition. 
It captures you, leaving you between ancient Persia and the Mongolian steppe. 
The fundamentals of their absolutely modern compositions derive from the natural sounds produced by traditional instruments, and by the use of modern technologies and by the introduction of instruments coming from the europa such as the saxophone and the western concert flute. 
Ancestral nomad songs are sung by the extraordinary polyphonic voices of singing masters.
Mongolian vocalized vibratos dissolve in the wonderful Iranian harmonic song which is accompanied by the melancholy sound of the morin khuur (horse-head fiddle), and the pearled harmony of the Dulcimer and its 120 hammered strings. All of this is furthermore entwined with jazz like extemporization in a creation of totally new sounds urged by the mystic and deep sound of the Persian drum. The result is a beautifully balanced melody that stands halfway between the contemporary and the tradition.
Persuasive ballads which bring to mind the rustling of trees or the whishing of the wind. Suites that are almost rock, fast and throbbing. Persisting rhythms that bring to the mind galloping horses through endless steppes leading you to frantically beat your hands and start to dance.

Nasaa Nasanjargal – Maestro di canto – Mongolia
Naraa Naranbaatar – Maestro di canto – Mongolia
Ganzorig Davaakhuu – Dulcimer a 120 corde – Violino – Mongolia
Omid Bahadori  - Guitar, Oud, Setar, Tombak, e Voce – Iran
Stefano Fariselli - Sassofono, soprano, flute - Italia
"Mongolian meet Oriental & Italian"