Exploring the common ground of musical styles, sensibilities, and instruments from Central Asia, Afghanistan, and Northern India, six brilliant instrumentalists -- Homayun Sakhi (Afghan rubâb), Rahul Sharma (santur), Salar Nader (table and zerbaghali), Sirojiddin Juraev (dutar and tanbur), and Mukhtor Muborakqadomov (Badakhshani setar) -- illuminate the musical legacy of the Mughal Empire, founded five centuries ago by Emperor Babur.
9 tracks, 63 minutes, 44-page color booklet, photos. Includes a bonus DVD containing a series introduction, 22 minute film, interactive glossary, and map.
- Solo on the santur: Raga Vachaspati
- Raga Kirwani
- Dhun: Misra Kirwani
- Zuhal's Song
- Alap on the Afghan rubâb: Raga Bhupali
- Jammu and Kashmir
- Bilak Uzuk (Bracelet)
- Ruboyat-I Vanj (Rubayat of Vanj)
- Sayr-i Badakhshan (A Stroll in Badakhshan)