After a long time span today I am sharing the review of “Revel & Ritual: Holiday Music for the World” but before that I would like to let you know about it’s more info. So, here we go;
Greg Herriges creates a stirring mix of “progressive world music” on guitar, bouzouki, and vocal, with a unique approach honed by his studies of Asian and other international styles. A virtuoso performer and award-winning composer, his music and writing have found international recognition. Greg is: a recipient of composer/performing artist fellowships and grants from the Bush and McKnight Foundations, the Metro Regional Arts Council, and MN State Arts Board; a soundtrack artist and music director for film and theater; and author of seven internationally published music books. Performing is his lifeblood; he gets equal fulfillment playing with cross-cultural ensembles or letting one guitar play him.
Revel & Ritual Review
Literally I am searching for the words which I can use to describe my feelings in this review. Every country and religion has it’s own values and-culture but no matter which religion You follow or in which country you live because Revel & Ritual will represent your culture because it has musical tracks for whole world.
If I talk about myself then I belong to Muslim community and our new year starts from Ashura which has happy and sadness both in itself, and our Shia brothers use to play Stanch which creeds our inside feelings. And this case would be equally true for everyone when their cultural music starts playing.
At end of the article I would just say this album is masterpiece, I can feel the hardwork which gone through the time of it’s creation and I love the way in which they represented the cultural music of the world. You can guys can check Greg Herriges official website for latest music and updates.