THE MIDNIGHT JUKEBOX

Appearing in concerts and at festivals throughout Europe, Americas, Middle- and Far East the ensemble perform music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance as well as classical and traditional Arab and Turkish music. The focal point of the ensemble’s work is to unite the many traditions that have influenced and enriched European musical culture for centuries by building a bridge between ancient and still-thriving musical traditions, between Orient and Occident.

They perform on instruments from the European Middle Ages and Renaissance, and on contemporary Arabic and Eastern European folk instruments. These include vielle, rebec, pochette, nyckelharpa, vihuela d´arco, hurdy-gurdy, oud, baglama, harp, shawm, cornett, chalumeau, ney, kaval, French and Bulgarian bagpipes, recorders, and Persian and Arabic percussion such as davul, zarb, bendir, darabukka and riqq. (WIKIPEDIA)

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  1. Mevlâna Jalâluddîn Rumi if you would like his full name. Nice bloke apparently, said some interesting things like,
    “If a day won’t come when the monuments to institutionalized religion lie in ruin …..then my beloved, then we are really in trouble!”