Listen to Joudour Sahara’s collaboration with major music platform splice.com
Composer, professor, and musician Susie Ibarra and field recordist Jake Landau visited Joudour Sahara in October 2021 to record traditional musicians for the acclaimed international music platform splice.com.
The soundpack was released on February 25, 2022, and features more than 50 musicians from the Southern Draa Valley
“The Draa Valley is filled with a deep magical well of beautiful culture. We are so excited to be able to share their amazing sounds“
Susie Ibarra, composer, percussionist, sound artist, and producer
Dive into the Splice blog and find out more about this project.
Learn more about the sounds features on the soundpack, hear firsthand from select musicians featured, and understand how cultural preservation and the promotion of local identity is central to this project
Written by Joudour Sahara co-founder Thomas Duncan
Help us widen such studio access to our music students, teachers, and musicians across M’hamid. There are no music studios in the entire Southern Draa Valley region
Aziza Chaouni Projects
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