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Sarband

Sephardic Songs in the hispano-arabic tradition of medieval Spain – Sarband

 
Sephardic Songs in the hispano-arabic tradition of medieval Spain  
Sarband – Vladimir Ivanoff, dir.
 

    Anon., trad., Spain:

  1. Ea JudiosAnon., Morocco (Tetuan):
    Yo en estando
    Juan del Encina, Cancionero musical de Palacio 77:
    Yo m’estava reposando
  2. Anon., Spain, 14th c.:

  3. Calvi, Calvi / Rey Don Alonso / Kol libi
  4. Joan Ambrosio Dalza: Intabulatura de Lauto, Libro Quarto

  5. Caldibì Castigliano
  6. Anon., Morocco, Turkey, Bosnia, Greece:

  7. Porke yorach
  8. Anon., Chansonnier Sevilla, F-Bn nouv. Acq. Fr. 4379.:

  9. Cados, Cados
  10. Anon. (music), trad./ Abu Bakr ibn Zuhr al-Hafid (text, arabic) & Don Todros ben Yehudah ha-Levi Abu l’-‘Afia:

  11. Ayyu-ha s-sãqi / Qum Yêdid nafsi
  12. Alfonso el Sabio (music) / Ibn Quzman (text):

  13. Cantiga 47: Virgen Santa Maria, / Ya gawharal galali
  14. Anon. Trad. (Music) / Ibn Sahl (lyrics):

  15. Hal darà
  16. Anon., Morocco (Fez) / Spain:

  17. Una tarde de verano


Intérpretes: Sarband [Fadia El-Hage (voice), Belinda Sykes (voice, shawms, bagpipes), Mustafa Dogan Dikmen (flute, kudüm, voice), Ihsan Mehmet Özer (kanun), Ahmed Kadri Rizeli (kemençe, percussion), Mehmet Yesilçay (ud, cura, percussion), Axel Weindenfeld (renaissance lute), Vladimir Ivanoff (percussion, ud, renaissance lute)] – Vladimir Ivanoff, dir.

Duración: 49′ 14″

Lugares y fecha de grabación:Beirut, Istanbul, Munich [1994]

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