Tanbaku, Nahim - L'Afghanistan Eternel album download
|A1||Improvisation. Solo de Tanbur||4:26|
|A2||Raga Beiro. Solo de Rebab||8:56|
|B1||Chant Dedié A Alexandre Le Grand (Sikandar)/Qui Fait Un Miroir N’est Pas Alexandre||6:12|
|B2||Raga Beiro. Solo de Tanbur||4:25|
|B3||Bia Berim Ba Mazar||7:26|
- Printed By – Glory, Asnières
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arion
- Coordinator, Producer – Ariane Ségal
- Percussion, Chanter – Tanbaku
- Photography By – Atlas Photo
- Rebab – Nahim
- Recorded By, Sleeve Notes – Jean-Benoît Kauffmann
NotesAlbum released in 1979 with recordings from 1973
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped A side): AR 33502 A POLYGRAM A2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped B side): 527 33502 B POLYGRAM DU1 A3
- Rights Society: D. P.
- Distribution Code: CB 251
Tanbaku, Nahim (2) – L'Afghanistan Eternel. Label: Arion – ARN 33502. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Coordinator, Producer – Ariane Ségal. Percussion, Chanter – Tanbaku.
Tanbaku, Nahim (2) - L'Afghanistan Eternel (LP, Album).
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