Daniela Demuthová, Rudolf Měřinský - Songs Of The Sephardic Jews album downloadPerformer: Daniela Demuthová
Title: Songs Of The Sephardic Jews
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Daniela Demuthová, Rudolf Měřinský - Songs Of The Sephardic Jews album download
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The background video to the CD: BODA - Sephardic Wedding Songs. In this rare collection the Ensemble Saltiel helps save a musical heritage of the Sephardic Jews of Turkey and the former Ottoman Empire.
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Lute, Viol, Bagpipes – Rudolf Měřinský. Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Daniela Demuthová. Oboe – Pavel Polášek. Percussion – Pavel Plánka. Viol – Hana Fleková, Ingeborg Žádná, Petr Wagner. Violin – Markéta Knittlová.
Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal), Primary Artist. Renata Frydlewiczová. Lute, Viola da Gamba.
Sephardic music is an umbrella term used to refer to the music of the Sephardic Jewish community. Sephardim maintain geographically unique liturgical and para-liturgical traditions.
The following is a list of Sephardic Jews. This is a list of notable Jews of Sephardic ancestry. Abraham Amigo (1610-1683), Israeli rabbi of Sepharadi descent. Benjamin Artom (1835-1879), Haham of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews of Great Britain. Lior Ashkenazi (1969-), Israeli actor. Ben Ashkenazy (1968/69-), American billionaire real estate developer. Moran Atias (1981-), an Israeli-American actress.
Some migrated to the newly independent Dutch provinces which welcomed the Sephardic Jews. Many of the Jews who left for the Dutch provinces were crypto-Jews, persons who had converted to Catholicism but continued to practice Judaism in secret.
Taking traditional songs characteristic of the Sephardic Jews dispersed during the Spanish Diaspora, Sarband has produced a very beautiful musical ensemble. It is at once Medieval, yet full of Spanish flavor and Islamic nuance. There were times that it reminded us of French Medieval sounds.
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The songs on this 1983 Folkways release are both soulful and haunting, reminders of a "golden age" prior to 1492, when Jews were expelled from Spain. The Jews of Tetuan, which became one of the most important Jewish communities in North Africa, preserved the old ballads in Medieval Spanish, and for daily use spoke an updated idiom. Here women sing romance and ritual songs a cappella, while a cantor from Tangier performs the piyyutim, the religious poetry written in Hebrew by the great Medieval Jewish writers and sung in the synagogue during services
|Původní Španělské Texty|
|1||Hija Mia Mi Querida||3:07|
|2||Avre Este Abajour||1:34|
|5||Morena Me Yaman||2:26|
|6||Por La Tu Puerta Yo Pasí||3:21|
|7||Avre Tu Puerta Cerrada||2:00|
|8||Yo En Prizion, Tu En Las Floras||3:49|
|11||Por Que Llorax Blanca Niña||4:23|
|13||Arvoles Lloran Por Lluvias||4:41|
|Původní Hebrejské Texty|
|19||Ët Dodim Kala / Yom Ze L'izraël / Ëtz Harimon / Yigdal / Echad Mi Yodë-a / Adir Hu / Kol Dodi||10:24|
- Engineer – Oldřich Slezák
- Lute, Viol [Viola Da Gamba], Bagpipes [Baroque Bagpipe] – Rudolf Měřinský
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Daniela Demuthová
- Oboe – Pavel Polášek
- Percussion – Pavel Plánka
- Recorder – Jan Kvapil
- Recording Supervisor – Jaroslav Rybář
- Viol [Viola Da Gamba] – Hana Fleková, Ingeborg Žádná, Petr Wagner
- Violin [Baroque Violin] – Markéta Knittlová
NotesRecorded in the FHS studio Ve Smečkách, Prague, from March 7-10th 1996
℗ + © 1996 Milan Oliverius Art & Recording Production
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