Calming New Age Blend of East and West

Al Gromer Khan and Amelia Cuni - Monsoon Point
Al Gromer Khan and Amelia Cuni – Monsoon Point
Al Gromer Khan and Amelia Cuni

Monsoon Point (New Earth/India Today, 2007)

With the CD cover promising “ambient soundscape and ancient dhrupad singing,” this album features a single 55-minute track. It features Al Gromer Khan, who grew up in Morocco, England and India, accompanying Amelia Cuni who was born in Italy and trained in North Indian classical singing.

Khan plays electronic keyboards and Cuni improvises on dhrupad music originating in North India. Soft, pleasant, fluid and calming, this new age blend of east and west is perfect for a calm afternoon.

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Author: Madanmohan Rao

Madanmohan Rao is an author and media consultant from Bangalore, and global correspondent for world music and jazz for World Music Central and Jazzuality. He has written over 15 books on media, management and culture, and is research director for YourStory Media. Madan was formerly World Music Editor at Rave magazine and RJ at WorldSpace, and can be followed on Twitter at @MadanRao.

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