The Voice in the Drum: Music, Language, and Emotion in Islamicate South Asia

By Richard K. Wolf

Chapter One: Drumming, Language, and the Voice in South Asia

1.1. "Hu Hu," Habib Habibi (vocals) and Sarvar Ahmadi (dotār), Tehran, January 4, 2006

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1.2. "Hu Hu," Habib Habibi (vocals) and Sarvar Ahmadi (dotār), recorded by Richard Wolf at the Conference on the Music of Khorasan and Transoxiana in Tehran, Iran, January 4, 2006. These musicians are from the eastern Khorasani city of Torbat-e Jam.

 

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