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In the Footsteps of Babur (Complete)

NEW YORK, March 3, 2012 — Afghan rubab maestro Homayun Sakhi is joined in concert by Indian sarod virtuoso Ken Zuckerman and Afghan tabla musician Salar Nader. Part of Asia Society's ongoing initiative Creative Voices of Muslim Asia, made possible by support from the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art. (1 hr., 51 min.)

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