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  Issue Date: 3 / 2017  
 

Music Without Borders: Transformative World Music



Iris Brooks
 

WORLD STRINGS PHOTOS & MONTAGE JON H. DAVIS & IRIS BROOKS Click image to enlarge.


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MUSIC WITHOUT BORDERS PHOTOS AND MONTAGE Jon H. Davis and Iris Brooks Click image to enlarge.



Iris Brooks is a cultural explorer who has played music on and written about all of the continents. Her musical adventures include folk drumming with untouchables on the roof of a mud hut in Benares, India, a pennywhistle serenade for penguins in Antarctica, a formal concert at Carnegie Hall in the Different Perspectives series, and a 'sound safari' with the birds of Zimbabwe while paddling down the Zambezi River. Learn more about Brooks and photographer/videographer Jon H. Davis at the NORTHERN LIGHTS STUDIO website and view their film, Borneo & Beyond: The Rainforest World Music Festival on vimeo here.
 
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