• AVSA9920 Katalognummer
  • 9788494631108 EAN
  • 2SACD+DVD Format
  • 2017 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Hespèrion XXI | La Capella Reial de Catalunya | Tembembe Ensamble Continuo | Savall, Jordi

Dirigent
Savall, Jordi

Medvirkende
Savall, Jordi | Nascimento, Zé Luis | Estevan, Pedro | Sangaré, Bakary | Rajery | Sissoko, Ballaké | Diabaté, Kassé Mady | Linhares, Maria Juliana | Díaz-Latorre, Xavier | Maloumi, Driss El | Kouyaté, Tanti | Kouyaté, Nana | Keita, Mamani | Lawrence-King, Andrew | Coronel, Ada | Martínez, Ulises | Novoa, Leopoldo | García, Iván | Fernández, Adriana | Baron, Enrique

Komponist
trad.

Ensemble
Hespèrion XXI | La Capella Reial de Catalunya | Tembembe Ensamble Continuo

Plateselskap
Alia Vox

Verk

trad.: Artistote: "L’humanité est divisée en deux : Les maîtres et les esclaves" / Musique: Percussions
trad.: Kora et Valiha
trad.: Djonya (Introduction)
Mateo Flecha: La Negrina / Gugurumbé
trad.: Vida ao Jongo (Jongo da Serrinha)
trad.: Récit: 1505. Le roi Ferdinand le Catholique écrit une lettre à Nicolas de Ovando / Musique: Guitare (Romanesca)
Padilla, J G: Tambalagumbá (Negrilla à 6 v. et bc.)
trad.: Velo que bonito (ou San Antonio) [Chant sacré]
trad.: Manden Mandinkadenou (Chant de griot)
trad.: Récit: 1620. Les premiers esclaves africains arrivent dans les colonies anglaises.
trad.: Canto de Guerreiro (Caboclinho paraibano)
trad.: Kouroukanfouga (Instrumental) [Anonyme (Mali)]
trad.: Récit: 1657. Richard Ligon publie Histoire Vraie et exacte de l’Île de la Barbade à Londres / Musique: Percussions
trad.: Son de la Tirana: Mariquita, María
Fray Filipe da Madre de Deus: Antoniya, Flaciquia, Gasipà (Negro à 5)
trad.: Récit: 1661. Les Châtiments des esclaves dans le « Code de l’Esclavage de la Barbade » / Musique: Tambours très lents
trad.: Sinanon Saran (Chant de griot)
trad.: Récit: 1685. Le « Code Noir » promulgué par Louis XIV s’est imposé jusqu’à 1848 / Musique: Kora et Oud
Chavarria: Les Indios: ¡Fuera, fuera! ¡Háganles lugar!
trad.: Saí da casa (Ciranda)
trad.: Récit: 1748. Montesquieu « De l’esclavage des nègres » / Musique: Marimba
trad.: Véro (Instrumental)
trad.: El Torbellino
Araujo, J de: Gulumbé: Los coflades de la estleya
trad.: Récit: 1782. L’esclave Belinda demande au Congrès du Massachusetts une pension en guise de réparation après une vie de labeur / Musique: Oud
trad.: Sanjin (Chant de griot)
trad.: La Iguana (Son jarocho)
trad.: Récit: 1848. Décret sur abolition de l’esclavage / Musique: Kora et Valiha
trad.: Tonada El Congo: A la mar me llevan
trad.: Bom de Briga (Maracatu e Samba)
trad.: Récit: 1963. Martin Luther-King « Pourquoi nous ne pouvons pas attendre » / Musique: Percussions
trad.: Dan Massa Woulanba
Zéspedes: Guaracha : Ay Que Me Abraso

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Produktbeskrivelse

Grammy Awards 60th Awards (2017) Nominee - Classical Compendium

Savall’s brew is so rich that singling out individual performances is almost invidious, but tracks I love include songs from Brazil and Mexico sung by Maria Juliana Linhares and Ada Coronel, choral numbers by singers from the Capella Reial, and instrumental improvisations from Mali; everything performed by the Tembembe Ensamble Continuo has a genuineness which goes straight to the heart. Gramophone

A homage to the memory of victims of the slave trade.

This new multicultural project from Jordi Savall and his musicians on The Routes of Slavery (1444-1888) marks a world first in the history of music and of the three continents involved in the trade in African slaves and their exploitation in the New World, which are brought together through the early music of the colonial period, the musical traditions of Mali and the oral traditions of the descendants of slaves in Madagascar, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico. This 'Musical Memoir' is accompanied with historical texts on slavery, beginning with the early chronicles of 1444 and concluding with texts written by the Nobel Peace Prize-winner Martin Luther King shortly before his assassination in 1968.

Sponsored by UNESCO, this musical reconciliation is founded on equality, harmony and reciprocal inspiration, constituting the commemoration of a tragic and shameful chapter in the history of mankind. A vast historical and musical fresco, which throws light on the West’s attitude towards Africans in Latin America, the United States and Europe, as well as its indifference towards that 'forgotten' continent of Africa. But it is also a joyful celebration of hearts and spirits united through music and dance, offering us all a vital source of survival, a refuge of peace, consolation and hope.

2 hybrid SACD + 1 DVD filmed live at the Fontfroide Abbey (France) PAL zone 0

Booklet : English, French, German, Italian, Castillian, Catalan

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