From the Ganga to the Tay Excerpt
Bashabi Fraser's poem brought alive by actor and poet Chrys Salt and storyteller writer Donald Smith, reading the Ganga and Tay rivers respectively, to the violin of Michael Braudy. The reading of Bashabi Fraser's poem From the Ganga to the Tay was a concert of poetry and music, an imagined conversation between two rivers. This performance took place at the Gorgie Dalry Parish Church in Edinburgh, Scotland on August 9, 2011.
Delhi IIC Feb 3 2012 Farewell to Chernobyl Michael Braudy on violin and Aching Shaiza on piano.wmv
Farewell to Chernobyl played at the India International Centre in Delhi on February 3, 2012, by Michael Braudy on violin and Aching Shaiza on piano. This Celtic tune was written by M. Ferry in France in 1984.
Ashokan Farewell in Delhi Feb 3 2012 Michael Braudy on violin and Aching Shaiza on piano
Ashokan Farewell, played at the India International Centre in Delhi on February 3, 2012. Michael Braudy on violin and Aching Shaiza on piano Composed in 1982 by Jay Ungar, this tune was written in the style of a Scottish lament.
Air on Rag Bhimpalasi by Michael Braudy performed by Eva Ingolf
Air in Rag Bhimpalasi: A Contemplation for solo violin by Michael Braudy, performed by Eva Ingolf for Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame. This performance, with animation by artist Nicole Antebi, was on the Circuit Bridges concert series on June 25, 2015 at Gallery MC in New York City.
The Baker
Mime Dale Walkonen at Alliance Francaise Michael Braudy, violinist
Voice & Viola (Michael Braudy feat. Ohana) - Experimental improvisation (Major)
Viola - Michael Braudy Vocals - Ohana NYC, 02/2020 Flow Singing, Channel Singing Cathartic, Transformative, Healing One time improvisation recording made in home studio. Also a moment of a live Silence after the session was recorded - so the experience of this record can be more profound and acting.
Voice & Viola (Michael Braudy feat. Ohana) - Experimental improvisation (Minor)
Viola - Michael Braudy Vocals - Ohana NYC, 02/2020 Flow Singing, Channel Singing Cathartic, Transformative, Healing (the most - from the middle part) One time improvisation recording made in home studio. Also a moment of a live Silence after the session was recorded - so the experience of this record can be more profound and acting.
Niel Gow's Lament for the Death of his Second Wife
This beautiful Scottish tune can be all the more so with the addition of the Indian tamboura as a drone, as you listen here...
Rabindranath Tagore - Purano Shei Diner Kotha ("Old Days")
This song was inspired by the composer's love of the songs of Scottish bard Robert Burns and in particular "Auld Lang Syne" (Long, Long Ago). It is part of a body of songs known as Rabindra Sangeet, sung by Bengalis in India and throughout the world.
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