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Thursday, April 21, 2011

"PLAYING FOR CHANGE" MISSION ~ DEDICATED TO CREATING POSITIVE CHANGE THROUGH MUSIC AND ARTS EDUCATION ~ GLOBALLY

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Playing for Change ~ Episode 44 ~ Groove in G musicians

Groove in G

We started this track in West Africa with a musical group named Tinariwen. We asked them to play a groove in the key of G, then as we traveled the world we added more musicians to the song. Over the course of our travels it transformed into a global jam with its roots in the blues.

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Playing For Change Foundation (PFCF) Volunteers Rashmi Adhikari and Shyam Basnet interview harmonium player and music teacher Dhruba Kumar Ghimire in Tintale Village, Nepal. Village flute teacher Jeevan Magar joins in as the conversation runs deep from how a body responds to playing music to the importance of the teacher’s attitude.

Their mission is simply put ~
"We are dedicated to creating positive change through music & arts education."

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