Did you maybe mean Kalanchoe?
- From Persian کمانچه (kamânče). (Wiktionary)
“Few in the West have heard its authentically Persian sound, but now the classical, Persian stringed instrument known as a kamancheh is being heard in an unlikely place - the mid-western U.S. state of Ohio.”
“After mere seconds from Kalhor's kamancheh - an Iranian viol - one realized what Brooklyn Rider lacks.”
“A musician this brilliant should not have to play second fiddle - or, in this case, second kamancheh.”
““You close your eyes; you start playing, and you kind of get lost in the music,” said Shayan Parsai, a 21-year-old college student who plays the kamancheh.”
“Instead, Parsai learned to play kamancheh by watching videos of Kayhan Kalhor - widely considered the modern-day master of this ancient instrument.”
“Opening disc one of the double-album, Brooklyn Rider Plays Philips Glass Orange Mountain Music, the eight movements are exquisitely rendered by the two-violin/viola/cello group that initially made its mark on the gorgeous 2008 collaboration with Iran kamancheh master, Kayhan Kalhor, Silent City.”
“They collaborate with very interesting groups of people, New York singer-songwriters, Kurdish kamancheh players, electronics people.”
“This concert includes an Arabian waltz, a traditional Chinese song and an original piece by Kayhan Kalhor, an Iranian of Kurdish descent who is a virtuoso of the kamancheh, an instrument similar to a violin.”
“He now knows how to perform with the kamancheh , a Persian bowed instrument, and has worked with many tabla players and mugham singers.”
“But this structure owes a debt to the kind of music commonly used by some of Brooklyn Rider's longtime collaborators from other musical styles, most notably the Iranian kamancheh virtuoso”
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