• AVSA9930 Katalognummer
  • 9788494631122 EAN
  • 2SACD Format
  • 2019 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Hespèrion XXI | Savall, Jordi

Dirigent
Savall, Jordi

Medvirkende
Maloumi, Driss El | Saabri, Ahmed Al | Rajery | Forcano, Manuel | Papadopoulou, Katerina | Rahal, Moslem | Attar, Habib Ghloum Al | Güngör, Hakar | Bouhassoun, Waed | Nedyalkov, Nedyalko | Tokcan, Yurdal | Azizoğ | lu, Meral | Estevan, Pedro | Psonis, Dimitri | Mouradian, Gaguik | Sarikouyoumdjian, Haïg | Hashimi, Siar | Pérez, Guillermo | Mauillon, Marc | Hashimi, Siar | Sangaré, Bakary | Sadozai, Daud | Edouard, Prabhu | Liu, Xin | Yu, Lingling | Hamon, Pierre | Vilamajó, Lluís | Grébil, Michael

Komponist
trad.

Ensemble
Hespèrion XXI | La Capella Reial de Catalunya

Sjanger
24

Plateselskap
Alia Vox

Verk

trad.: Taqsim and Narration I
trad.: Bismillah ir-Rahman
trad.: Taqsim and Narration II
trad.: Kouroukanfouga
trad.: Lamento di Tristano
trad.: Greek Song
trad.: Taqsim and Narration III
trad.: Taqsim and Narration IV
trad.: Kevoque
trad.: Taqsim and Narration V
trad.: Qays ibn al-Moullawwah
trad.: Taqsim and Narration VI
trad.: Nihavent
trad.: Taqsim and Narration VII
trad.: Danse of the Soul
trad.: Sallatu Allah
trad.: Taqsim and Chahamezrab
trad.: Taqsim and Neveser · Hal asmar
trad.: Taqsim and Narration VIII
trad.: Véro (instrumental from Yémen)
trad.: Percussion
trad.: Der makām-ı Hüseynī Sakīl-i Ağa Rıżā
trad.: Taqsim and Narration IX
trad.: Talaa’ al-badr ‘aleina
trad.: Taqsim and Narration X
trad.: Sufí Dance
trad.: Taqsim and Narration XI
trad.: Taqsim and Narration XII
trad.: En to stavro pares tosa
trad.: Ясен месец веч изгряава
trad.: Tabla
trad.: Laïla Djân (Afghanistan)
trad.: Taqsim and Narration XIII
trad.: Laïla Djân II (Afghanistan)
trad.: Taqsim and Narration XIV
trad.: Muddhu gare yashoda (Raga)
trad.: Taqsim and Narration XV
trad.: Instrumental Dance
trad.: Gao shan liu shui
trad.: Improvisation
trad.: Jiao chuang ye yu
trad.: Danced Song "Ya bourdaeyn"
trad.: Improvisation (Double Flute) and Narration
trad.: Quant ai lo mont consirat
trad.: Taqsim and Narration XVI
trad.: Fiyachia
trad.: Taqsim and Danced Song "‘Al maya, ‘Al maya"
trad.: Taqsim and Narration XVII
trad.: Imperial Dance
trad.: Isabella (Stampitta)
trad.: Tian shan zhi chun
trad.: Taqsim and Der makām Çargah sirto
trad.: Cerco de Baeza
trad.: Xing jie
trad.: Li Saheb  – Taqsim

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Produktbeskrivelse

Like Ibn Battuta’s rihla, Jordi Savall’s musical journey offers a voyage through a somewhat idealised Orient, one held to be the cradle of knowledge, culture and religion in the 14th century…Such a diverse programme and impressive cast of musicians will surely inspires every listener with a sense of wanderlust. Yet it is perhaps the subtext of this album – travelling through the world before modern borders – which is the most poignant part of Savall’s message for us today. Gramophone

According to Islam’s earliest prophetic tradition, travel as training and a source of knowledge was advocated by the prophet Mohammed himself; he urged believers to travel far and wide in their search for wisdom and knowledge. One of the quotations attributed to him is “Seek knowledge even unto China.” The reader of Ibn Battuta’s fascinating travelogue discovers and experiences the full character of this literary genre, the “rihla”, which designates both the journey and the narrative of that journey. The genre can be traced back to the writings of Ibn Jubayr (1145-1217), the first great Muslim traveller from al-Andalus (Xativa, Valencia).

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