- Performer:The Kâmkârs
- Title:Nightingale with a Broken Wing
- Style:Middle Eastern Traditions,Traditional Middle Eastern Folk
- Date of release:March 11, 1997
- Recording location:Real World Studios, Wiltshire, England
- Size FLAC version1814 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1279 megabytes
- Size WMA version1435 megabytes
- Formats:AHX DXD WMA RA MP1 MMF
On their second album released in the West, the Kamkars family ensemble offers its usual feast of Kurdish folk songs arranged for Persian orchestra (nine players), vocalist, and chorus.
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Nightingale with a Broken Wing was recorded in a studio, unlike the group's first Western-released album, and it shows in the crisp sound and even tempos. A great album for both the beginner and advanced Middle Eastern music listener alike. Tracklist: 01. The Kamkars - Khosha Hawraman 02.
Album · 2010 · 11 Songs. Houshang Kamkar & The Kâmkârs. 2. Legend of Scheherazade (feat. Tehran Symphony Orchestra). 3. A Rustic Tale (feat.
This album has an average beat per minute of 136 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 52/205 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Angel With a Broken Wing. 1. Angel With a Broken Wing. BPM Profile Angel With a Broken Wing. Album starts at 173BPM, ends at 166BPM (-7), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jennie Stearns.
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A Broken Wing" is a song written by James House, Sam Hogin and Phil Barnhart, and recorded by American country music singer Martina McBride. It was released in September 1997 as the second single from McBride's album Evolution. In January 1998, "A Broken Wing" became McBride's second Number One single. Written in key of B major with a vocal range of two octaves from E3 to E5, "A Broken Wing" has a 128 time signature.
CreditsJemima Amiri - Translation
Tchad Blake - Mixing
Athena Connal - Graphic Design
Maryam Ebrahimpur - Bowed Instrument, Ghijak, Vocals
Ardavan Kamkar - Arranger, Santur
Ardéchir Kâmkâr - Arranger, Kamanche
Ardeshir Kamkar - Spiked Fiddle
Arjang Kamkar - Drums, Tombak
Arsalân Kâmkâr - Arranger, Composer, Lute, Oud
Bijan Kamkar - Daff, Vocals
Ghashang Kamkar - Setar
Hooshang Kamkar - Director
Pashang Kamkar - Santur
The Kâmkârs - Primary Artist
Russell Kearney - Assistant
Omid Lotfy - Lute, Taragat
Stephen Lovell-Davis - Photography
Eva Skalla - Translation
Traditional - Composer
Jacquie Turner - Assistant, Mixing Assistant
Peter Walsh - Engineer, Producer
|1||Khosha Hawraman Traditional||The Kâmkârs||8:14|
|2||Awaz Arsalân Kâmkâr||The Kâmkârs||3:17|
|3||Larzan Traditional||The Kâmkârs||6:02|
|4||Bolboly Bal Shkaw Arsalân Kâmkâr||The Kâmkârs||10:45|
|5||Amine to Golakamy Traditional||The Kâmkârs||7:09|
|6||Shelereh Traditional||The Kâmkârs||8:15|
|7||Dekay Ambar, Dekay Aubar Traditional||The Kâmkârs||4:13|
|8||Kajawa Traditional||The Kâmkârs||6:03|