Art & Creativity | July 18, 2012
As I spend my second week at Earthfire encountering magnificent individual animals, I go deeper in myself looking for the missing conversation we used to have with Wildlife. We lost it since the day we took control of what we call Nature. Instead of being a part of it nowadays, we want the Nature to be part of us.
Living as a musician for almost 15 years, I no longer find words deep enough to express myself.
Therefore the recording which you are about to hear reveals my deep emotions evoked by this wonderful place and its wonderful people that taught me so much.
In this recording you will hear a Kamancheh (Persian spike fiddle) played by me which recorded in the Earthfire Yurt (which is like a temple to me) during a rainy afternoon.
Listen to: “Greetings Earthfire” composed by Saba Alizadeh