Persian instruments are merged with modern European instruments to build
a harmonic body. In spite of these different styles the group holds
on to the rules of Persian classical music. The Persian tar and ney
is played by Bahman Panai and Hossein Elmi Anvari while the cello is
played by the classical musician Nicolas Carpentier and the soprano
saxophone by the Jazz musician Rodolphe Lauretta. The vocals and the
interpretation of the poetry are contributed by Zohreh Jooya, and the
rhythm comes from the Indian tabla and the Kurdish Daf.