Rumi & Sebastian Bach by Davod Azad

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Davod Azad is a renowned Persian singer of Azeri descent and a prominent master of Persian classical music. He is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, and one of the most respected modern artists of the Persian Sufi music. "The Divan of Rumi & Bach", Davood Azad's outstanding album dedicated to Rumi, is a fusion of Persian Traditional music and Rumi's poetry with Johann Sebastian Bach's famous melodies.Davod Azad has participated in numerous music festival around the world, including the 35th Istanbul International Music Festival, the Rumi's Night in Montreal, Canada, and Int'l Day of Rumi Celebrations in London. To listen to Davod Azad's complete Rumi & Bach album, please visit Davod Azad- Rumi & Bach Album

Davod Azad & Bach- Rumi's poem, I'm the spirit moon

Davod Azad & Bach- Rumi's poem, I'm the spirit moon-
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Davod Azad sings Rumi-Ghazal 2092

Davod Azad sings Rumi

Davod Azad sings Rumi-Ghazal 2130

Davod Azad-Rumi's poem, That lover of mine

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