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Alexander Rahbari, Ladislav Fančovič, Prague Metropolitan Orchestra, Reza Fekri
Rahbari, A: My Mother Persia, Symphonic Poem No. 9 'Nohe Khan'
Ladislav Fančovič (baritone saxophone)
Prague Metropolitan Orchestra
I. Lento - Allegro
III. Allegro molto
Rahbari, A: My Mother Persia, Symphonic Poem No. 10 'Morshed'
Reza Fekri (tenor), Ladislav Fančovič (tenor saxophone), Julia Kräuter (harp), Kiril Stoyanov (marimba), Parviz Yahyavi (tombak)
Alexander Rahbari's My Mother Persia is a cycle of symphonic poems suffused with the rich melodies, rhythms and improvisations of Persian traditional music in which he is profoundly versed both as composer and conductor. Originally written as a violin concerto, Symphonic Poem No. 9 Nohe Khan the name relates to a singer at religious ceremonies was recast for baritone saxophone in 2018. Symphonic Poem No. 10 Morshed vividly explores ritualised song in the context of ancient sport. Volume 1 is on 8.574064 and Volume 2 on 8.574065.