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Ethiopiques vol 11

Alemu Aga

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This is another great entry in the Ethiopiques series. Subtitled "The Harp of King David," Alèmu Aga sings accompanied only by his harp, which is really closer to a kora than what Westerners might consider to be a harp. "The Harp of King David" has a darker, more buzzing sound compared to a kora, and it suits Aga's rich voice beautifully. This is a lovely, intimate recording that stands apart from others in the Ethiopiques series in its general tone and stripped-down elegance, as opposed to the swinging cosmopolitan sounds of many of the others in the series. Recommended.
© Sean Westergaard /TiVo

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Abatatchen hoy
00:03:33

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CRC Edition Buda Musique

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Medinanna zelesegna
00:10:02

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Tew semagn hagere
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Yeemebetatchen selamta
00:04:40

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Keto ayqerem motu
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Sele sene seqlet
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Abba gragn mote
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Sele sene fetret
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Dagem metseat
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Sele genna
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Man yemeramer ?
00:08:40

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Yebeguenna derdera
00:06:25

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This is another great entry in the Ethiopiques series. Subtitled "The Harp of King David," Alèmu Aga sings accompanied only by his harp, which is really closer to a kora than what Westerners might consider to be a harp. "The Harp of King David" has a darker, more buzzing sound compared to a kora, and it suits Aga's rich voice beautifully. This is a lovely, intimate recording that stands apart from others in the Ethiopiques series in its general tone and stripped-down elegance, as opposed to the swinging cosmopolitan sounds of many of the others in the series. Recommended.
© Sean Westergaard /TiVo

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