Featured on NPR. Festival Five Records presents Rabbit Days and Dumplings. This debut album from band member Elena Moon Park is an all-ages album of folk and children’s songs from East Asia rediscovered and reinterpreted for the 21st century family.
Rabbit Days and Dumplings is the soulful, playful, and unique sound of songs from China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and Tibet updated and arranged in a collaborative and personal style by Park with dozens of musical friends from far and wide. Native languages mix with English, as traditional Asian and western instruments join to create a modern sound with deep roots, respectful, accessible, and inviting to one and all.
Special guests include Zanes, Wu Man, the Kronos Quartet and members of the groundbreaking music group Bang on a Can.
Zanes serves as executive producer on the record, which is produced by Park along with longtime Dan Zanes and Friends collaborator, Rob Friedman.
"The best CD I've heard in years... a new musical landscape!" - Dan Zanes
As featured on NPR's All Things Considered:http://n.pr/PH3iGm
Rabbit Days and Dumplings
Elena Moon Park
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