From the Middle Eastern oud to the thumps of the Djembe drum, the all inclusive language of music gives a mixing soundtrack to Expo 2020 Dubai's globetrotting festivity for the 48th UAE National Day in new short film.
Stars from over the planet are caught playing out the UAE national anthem, Ishy Balady, in their nations of origin. The two-minute video starts with the unobtrusive strains of oud music in the UAE before befuddling the globe to unite a differing exhibit of performers including Chinese piano player and producer CORSAK, Indian slide guitarist Niki Mukhi, British trumpeter Paul Spong and Saudi artist multi-instrumentalist Hatoon Idrees, close by singular craftsmen from the Norwegian State Orchestra, Russia's Minski Theater and the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra. An ensemble of younger school students from Raffles World Academy give the vocal backup to the track.
Areas highlighted in the video incorporate the Dubai desert, the Taj Mahal in India, the fjords of Norway, Rizal Park in Manila, just as significant world cities, for example, London and Shanghai.
Driven by Oscar-shortlisted Emirati chief Nahla Al Fahad, the gathering mirrors the UAE's shared soul and comprehensive, ground breaking fundamental beliefs, while enlivening Expo 2020's subject of 'Connecting Minds, Creating the Future' and how The World's Greatest Show – the primary World Expo in the locale – will unite 192 countries when it opens on 20 October 2020.
The video expands on the achievement of a year ago's 'Orchestra of the World' video, Expo 2020's festival of the 47th UAE National Day, which associated musicians from 190 nations for a moving desert execution of the national anthem
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