Saturday, May 25, 2002

Qawwali is a bridge between the human and the divine. Ishrat Ansari, of the Pakistani cultural foundation Virsa, and Robert Browning of the World Music Institute talk about the transporting sound of the devotional folk music of the Sufi Muslims.

(Originally aired: November 10, 2001)


Jocelyn Gonzales

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