William Hamilton Bird - The Oriental Miscellany: Airs of Hindustan
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Cat No: SIGCD415
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 7th April 2015
ArtistsJane Chapman (harpsichord)
Harpsichordist Jane Chapman explores 'The Oriental Miscellany', William Hamilton Birdís 1789 collection and arrangement of Hindustani airs for harpsichord.
Birdís collection, which was the first ever publication of Indian music notated for Western instruments, also features his own Sonata, incorporating original Indian tunes with flute accompaniment (here performed by baroque flautist Yu-Wei Hu).
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