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Sicilian Rhapsody

India is a confluence of cultures and has always been open to exchanges and collaborations when it comes to the world of arts and crafts. On our part, we have been hosting several music groups and facilitating dialogues between them and musicians of Bengal for quite a few years.
In 2016, the Sicilian trio, Oi Dipnoi, visited Bengal and criss-crossed through the state exploring its cultural nuances and collaborating with local musicians. They jammed with Dotara, Khamak and Tabla bringing in Western tunes from Diatonic Accordion, Bagpipe and Mouth Harp.
The group travelled to Tepantar village festival in Bardhaman too and had an enriching experience there amidst the greenery of the theatre village, where they also played music. The highlight of their experiments was with Sumanta Das Baul who, according to a member of Oi Dipnoi, was using minor scale with lower second grade in his singing, which was quite interesting and fresh to the Western structure of music.
The Sicilians felt a sense of familiarity with the sounds of some instruments like the Harmonium, which they related to the Accordion. They also did an improvisation concert with Kolkata’s Surma Dohar trio.

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