Jardin de Myrtes: Mélodies andalouses du Moyen-Orient

Posted By MiOd On Tuesday, June 18, 2013 Under ,
L'ensemble Aromates / Michèle Claude
Jardin de Myrtes: Mélodies andalouses du Moyen-Orient
Arab-Andalousian poems performed by an ensemble of Middle Eastern string instruments fuses modern harmony with twelve traditional Arabic classical muwashsha songs. An eclectic group of singers and instrumentalists trained in a variety of schools, perform on traditional instruments.

Michèle Claude, a master of Middle Eastern string instruments, fuses modern harmony with twelve traditional Arabic classical muwashsha songs. The muwashsha (an Arabic word meaning 'ornamented') originated in Muslim Spain over a millennium ago and are comparable to the songs of the medieval European troubadours and trouvères. The fusion of modern harmony over the traditional basso ostinato of these strophic songs fuses tradition with modernity and virtuoso musicianship from an eclectic group of singers and instrumentalists trained in a variety of schools, performing on traditional instruments.

Musicians:
Isabelle Duval, flutes
Jean-Baptiste Frugier, violon
Jean-Lou Descamps, vièle à archet & violon alto
Françoise Enock, vièle à archet, colascionne & viole de gamba
Julien Blanchard, contrebasse
Feddy Eichelberger, épinette & organetto
Elisabeth Seitz, psaltry
Michèle Claude, zarb, daff, reqq, darbouka, castagnettes, bendir, tambour de basque, tambourello, grelots

with:
Massimo Moscardo, Baroque guitar & archiluth
Mazyar Izadpanah, Itranian ney
Mael Guezel, daff & zarb

01. Ouverture Nawa Athar
02. Jardin de Myrtes
03. Démarche voluptueuse - Epris d'une gazelle
04. Taille de rameau
05. Une nuit si longue
06. S'éloigner de moi
07. Epée tranchante
08. Ritournelles
09. Chanteur de taverne
10. Les bras d'une gazelle
11. Ivresse
12. Les yeux noirs
13. Minimaroc

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