the NAKBA ... الـنـكـبــَـة حـق يـآبــى الـنـسـيــَـان

Tuesday, 3 June 2008

Maktub مكتــوب ♪ Marcus Viana ماركوس فيينا

Album :
Maktub : Trilha E Temas De O Clone

Country : Brazil - Morocco

Melodies :
-(1. Maktub
-(2. Miragem
-(3. Oração da Manhã
-(4. Kyrie
-(5. Areias
-(6. O Espelho
-(7. Sete Véus
-(8. Entre Dois Mundos
-(9. Maktub II
-(10. Jornada da Alma
-(11. Espiritual
-(12. Ísis
-(13. Viagem Pelo Rio Sagrado
-(14. Kheops
-(15. Hino Ao Sol
-(16. Kana Maktuben
-(17. Danças Sagradas de Ísis
-(18. O Espírito Do Deserto
-(19. Barca de Rá
-(20. Maktub III
-(21. Sob O Sol
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المنطق يدعونا الى عدم الابداع في ذاكرة الابداع بل تنحصر الرؤية في الاتباع.. لااعتقد ان ماركوس فيينا اضاف قيمة إبداعية عندما رافقت موسيقاه الاذان
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Marcus Viana, a Brazilian violinist, composer and singer along with his group (Transfônica Orkestra) skillfully combine Western, North African, and Middle Eastern sounds to produce a dynamic CD called MAKTUB. The title comes from an Arabic expression, which means "It has been written" as in one's destiny has been written and one cannot or nothing can change that destiny. MAKTUB is one of the soundtracks for Brazilian telenovela, O CLONE (THE CLONE).The music is mainly instrumental with a few vocals (traditional Arabic and modern Portuguese songs). MAKTUB also includes the Brazilian group Sagrado Coração de Terra, its lead female vocalist Malu Aires and Syrian musician Tony Mousayek.
The more you listen to MAKTUB, the more you'll find yourself lightly shaking your shoulders or taping your feet. With other songs, you'll just want to get up and dance. Some songs are haunting and bittersweet (Especially when Marcus Viana plays his violin). You'll find yourself lost in thought. For those following the telenovela, you'll find that the MAKTUB CD captures the true essence of the television story - forbidden lovers from two different cultural and religious worlds. Through the music, you feel what the characters are feeling. The ethnic sounds of Arabian and Indian instruments and a Western orchestra result in a unique creation.
As with many of Marcus Viana's other soundtracks, you don't have to watch the telenovela to enjoy the music. The music has an enchantment of its own.
MAKTUB is another excellent CD soundtrack. Like a magic carpet ride, the sounds of Viana's violin will carry you away to another musical place. Even if this is not the type of music you normally listen to, you'll enjoy MAKTUB. (By the way, Viana is pictured on the cover of the CD playing his violin. Jayme Monjardim, O CLONE director, took the background photo of Moroccan desert.)
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