Sohrab’s new project with David Shively on Hungarian cimbalom

DS5-copy-150x150This track is called “Sohrab’s Shushtari,”  composed by Sohrab and recorded on his iPhone at David Shiveley‘s studio in Williamsburg, November 8, 2013. Sohrab plays on his soprano sax and David plays the Hungarian cimbalom (hammered dulcimer). David did the mixing of the track.

About David Shively

David Shively performs concert and installation works in media ranging from Hungarian cimbalom to analog electronics and feedback systems.  Solo appearances throughout North America and Europe, including Dia:Beacon, EMPAC, Miller Theatre, Performa 09, SONiC Festival, the American Academy in Rome, Other Minds 13, Staatsoper Stuttgart, Wittner Tage für neue Kammermusik, Münchener Biennale.

Currently based in Brooklyn, NY, he has been co-artistic director of the experimental music ensemble Either/Or since 2004, curating its programming and festivals in New York City, Boston, and Philadelphia.  Recordings for Starkland, New World, Tzadik, Mode, Quecksilber, and other labels in addition to works for film, sound installation, and radio broadcast.