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Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Jerusalem.. City of the two Peaces: Heavenly Peace and Earthly Peace ♪ الـقــدس.. مـديـنـة الـســلامـيــن: ســلام ســمـاوي و ســلام أرضــي

Album :
Jerusalem.. City of the two Peaces: Heavenly Peace and Earthly Peace
الـقــدس.. مـديـنـة الـســلامـيــن: ســلام ســمـاوي و ســلام أرضــي
Jérusalem.. La Ville des deux Paix: La Paix Céleste et la Paix Terrestre


Artists :
•• La Capella Reial de Catalunya - Al-Darwish - Hespèrion XXI - Jordi Savall, dir.
• Chant: Lior ELMALICH, Muwafak Shahin KHALIL, Begona OLAVIDE, Razmik AMYAN, Lluis VILAMAJÓ, Marc MAUILLON, Driss El MALOUMI
• Choeurs/ens.vocaux: LA CAPELLA REIAL DE CATALUNYA
• Darbuka: Siar HASHIMI
• Ensemble: AL-DARWISH groupe soufi de Galilée
• Flûte: Usama Abu ALI
• Kamancha: Gaguik MOURADIAN
• Ney: Usama Abu ALI
• Orchestre/ens.intrumentaux: HESPÈRION XXI
• Oud: Yair DALAL, Omar BASHIR, Mutlu TORUN, Driss El MALOUMI
• Percussions: Erez Shmuel MOUNK
• Qanun: Wabab BARDANE
• Rebab: Khaled ARMAN
• Récitant: Manuel FORCANO, hébreu, Jean HACHE, français, Nejat FEROUSE, turc
• Santur: Dimitri PSONIS
• Shofar: Yagel HAREL
• Soprano: Montserrat FIGUERAS
• Viole d'archet: Fhami ALQHAI

Index :
http://www.flickr.com/photos/anwarhit/sets/72157611917916531/
http://www.alia-vox.com/
http://www.aaronconcert.com/savall.html

Country : Muslims & Arabs - Jews - Christians

Melodies :
CD 1
[.01.] Fanfare of Jericho, 1200 B.C.
I. Heavenly Peace: The Prophets of the Apocalypse and of the Last Judgment
[.02.] The Sibylline Oracles (3rd c. B.C.) – Greek text, Jewish sources, Aramaic music
[.03.] Introduction (nay & percussion)
[.04.] The Koran, Bismi Al.là ar Rahman (7th Century) – Fatihah Sura I, 2-7. Sufi sources
[.05.] Postludion (qanun)
[.06.] Revelation VI, 12-3 Audi pontus (12th century
On the Cathar Gospel of Pseudo-John V, 4 (Las Huelgas mss.)
[.07.] Postludion (medieval harp)
II. Jerusalem, a Jewish city, 1000 B.C. – A.D. 70
King David makes Jerusalem the capital of the unified kingdom of Judah and Israel
[.08.] Shofars call
[.09.] Prayer for Jerusalem
[.10.] Instrumental dance. Liberation of the city by Maccabeans, 164 B.C.
[.11.] The Peace of Jerusalem (Psalm 122) – The Psalms of King David
[.12.] Rabbi Akiva goes to Jerusalem – Talmud, Makkot 24b
Recited text in Hebrew
[.13.] Song of Exile (Psalm 137, 1-6) – The Psalms of King David
Destruction of the Temple and Diaspora, A.D. 70
[.14.] Instrumental lament (shofars)
III. Jerusalem, a Christian city, 326 - 1244
[.15.] Stavrotheotokia (Hymn to the Virgin at the foot of the Cross)
Attributed to Emperor Leo VI, 886 - 912
[.16.] Fanfare « Pax in Nomine Domini »
[.17.] Pope Urban II, First call to the Crusade, 1095
Recited text in French
[.18.] Crusaders' song: Pax in nomine Domini
Marcabru (1100 - 1150) – 1st Crusade
[.19.] Crusaders' song: Chevalier, mult estes guaritz, 1146
Anon., 12th Century – 2nd Crusade
[.20.] Conductus: O totius Asie – – Anon. (13th c.)
[.21.] Planctus « Pax in Nomine Domini » (instr.)
The Crusaders lose Jerusalem to Saladin, 1187
IV-a. Jerusalem, a city of pilgrimage, 383 - 1326
[.22.] The Dome of the Rock – Ibn Battuta (1304 - ca.1377)
[.23.] Zionida; Yele Nof – Beautiful city, delight of the world ‐ Judah Ha-Levy (1075-1141)
CD 2
IV-b. Jerusalem, a city of pilgrimage (continued)
[.24.] Cantigas de Santa Maria: O ffondo do mar tan châlo
Alfonso X the Wise (1121 - 1284) CSM 383
V. Jerusalem, an Arabic city and an Ottoman city, 1244-1917
Arabic city, 1244 - 1516
[.25.] Prelude (Oud)
[.26] The Koran, Sura XVII, 1- Mohammed ascends to heaven from the Temple Mount
[.27.] Danse of the Soma
[.28.] Sallatu Allah – Arab tradition
Ottoman city, 1517 - 1917
[.29.] Makam Uzäl Sakil "Turna"
Ottoman Kantemiroglu ms. (17th century
[.30.] Suleyman the Magnificent's dream, 1520 – Ottoman legend (Version M Forcano)
Recited text in Turkish
[.31.] Warrior's march &ndas; Anon. OttomanMusical version D. Psonis)
The Ottoman Conquest of Jerusalem, 1517
VI. Jerusalem, a Land of Refuge and Exile, 15th – 20th centuries
[.32.] Palestina hermoza y Santa (Sephardic tradition, Sarajevo)
[.33.] Palestinian Lament (Palestinian tradition)
[.34.] Lament for the City of Ani (Armenian tradition)
[.35.] El male rahamim (Hymn to the victims of Auschwitz), 1941
Historical recording by Shlomo Katz, 1950
[.36.] Funeral March
Instrumental
VII. Earthly peace: a duty and a hope
[.37.] Instrumental Dialogue
[.38.] A plea for peace in Arabic
[.39.] A plea for peace in Hebrew: Adonay
[.40.] A plea for peace in Armenian
[.41.] A plea for peace Da Pacem (Gregorian)
Dialogue of songs (Anonymous oral tradition)
[.42.] Apo xeno meros (in Greek)
[.43.] Ghazal (in Arabic)
[.44.] Ghazal (in Hebrew)
[.45.] Ghazal (Palestine)
[.46.] Siente Hermosa (in Ladino)
[.47.] Apo xeno meros (in Greek) Gregorian Chorus
[.48.] Durme, hermoza donzella (in Ladino)
[.49.] Ghazal (in Arabic, Greek & Hebrew)
[.50.] Ghazal (instrumental, Oral tradition from Morocco)
[.51.] Final Ensemble (tutti)
[.52.] Final fanfare "Against the barriers of the Spirit"
Jordi Savall, 2008
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