“Middle East” (ZONE 044) is a brand new set of world production music tracks on UK library Zone Music.
Taking you from the banks of the Nile to the deserts of Arabia and the foothills of Afghanistan and Pakistan, Middle East is the third in the Worldzone series of albums taking you on a massive musical journey around the globe. Featuring 45 tracks plus versions the album is aimed at travel TV and documentaries about global issues.
I contributed 3 tracks:
- “Hayal” means “dream”, and is a dreamy and exotic atmosphere with woodwind, and tanbour.
- “Zardusht” refers to Zoroaster, the ancient Persian/Iranian prophet, exploring the wisdom of the ancients.
- “Middle Eastern Adventure” is a musical odyssey with driving and dramatic duduk, dulcimer and strings.