Epic music for theatrical pieces. Samsara by Roya

I am a big Azam Ali fan! I discovered Vas, 18 years ago and fell in love with her voice. If you don’t know her work then this is someone to check out. I think I own most of her albums but she is pretty prolific and worth following so you don’t miss anything.

Stunning voice from a stunning woman. Azam Ali.

Stunning voice from a stunning woman. Azam Ali.

I know most of the music I let my readers know about is free, but this music is so epic that I had to blog about it and let you know that it is worth the money.

It is perfect for a really theatrical drama filled dance piece.  I had a conversation with a friend with the music playing in the background and it made everything we said seem epic and profound. You can listen to it through apple music or free through position music where you can buy the rights to use it publicly (prices vary depending on intended use).

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Please tell me if you liked it below and if you end up using it in anything please leave a message with the link below. I can’t wait to see what people create with it. 🙂

 

If you are in the US then it is $9.90 to purchase through iTunes. If you are in Australia then you will be used to usual gouging we get from iTunes and will be charged $16.80 for the album.

Grrrr! I am not directly linking to them in protest.

 

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Océane
    Dec 31, 2016 @ 22:32:39

    I’m lucky enough to have found her on Spotify, she looks and sounds amazing, thanks for the post 😉

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