Forever Grateful - Forever Music
Inspired by a post by Lorena Negrete on Street Performers, I thought we'd take a little trip around the World in gratitude for all the artists who make this World a better place. Their music unites us, and for one moment, we forget work stress, we forget war, terrorism, hatred, politics, sorrow, loss, failure. Their dedication and passion inspires us to be better people. They play to be heard. The music starts, and we stop for a moment. If we don't stop, we should, no matter how busy we are.
First stop, Native American music by Alexandro Querevalú. I apologise if you have seen these before. If you haven't, prepare to be captivated...
Next stop, Tehran and the wonderful music of Golshifte Farahani on the hang drums. If you thought you'd seen her before somewhere, it is likely you have. Think Leonardo Di Caprio's "Body of Lies".
Plastic buckets next, and the guy with the fastest hands on the planet (and 50 million views!)
Drummer extraordinaire Dario Rossi on pots and pans next from the Netherlands.
And now to Spain and Paul de Senneville on the Cimbalom
And from Japan, Yuki Koshimoto on the hang drum. Prepare to be enchanted.
Now to Ecuador, and Leo Rojas on pan pipes doing a familiar song from Disney
And for the Grand Finale, well what can I say - Playing for Change, and "Stand by Me" in the absolute best tribute to street performers around the World.
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