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Jérusalem : la ville des deux paix: la paix céleste et la paix terrestre = city of the two peaces: heavenly peace and earthly peace.

Author: Jordi SavallMontserrat FiguerasLiʼor ElmaliaḥMuwafak Shahin KhalilYair DalalAll authors
Publisher: [Cerdanyola del Vallès, Spain] : Alia Vox, 2008.
Series: Raices & memoria, v. 8.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Multiple languages
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Genre/Form: Music
Songs and music
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Jordi Savall; Montserrat Figueras; Liʼor Elmaliaḥ; Muwafak Shahin Khalil; Yair Dalal; Razmik Amyan; Marc Mauillon; Begoña Olavide; Lluis Vilamajó; Omar Bashir; Andrew Lawrence-King; Gaguik Mouradian; Al-Darwish (Musical group); Hespèrion XXI (Musical group); Capella Reial.
OCLC Number: 317470526
Language Note: Sung and/or recited in Arabic, Armenian, French, Galician, Greek, Hebrew, Ladino, Latin, Provençal, Spanish, and Turkish.
Notes: "Jewish, Arab, and Christian music from ancient times to the present day highlights Jerusalem as a city that looks forward to the possibility of achieving the two peaces proclaimed in its name"--P. 101 of accompanying book.
Title also in Arabic and Hebrew.
Conception of the program, Jordi Savall and Manuel Forcano ; selection of the music and musical versions, Jordi Savall.
Super audio compact discs (SACD; hybrid multichannel stereo).
Accompanying book contains program notes in Arabic, Catalan, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, and Spanish; song texts with Arabic, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, and Spanish translations; and bibliographical references (p. 423).
Performer(s): La Capella Reial de Catalunya (Francesca Cassinari, Marisa Vila, sopranos ; David Sagastume, countertenor ; Lluis Vilamajó, Francesc Garrigosa, tenors ; Daniele Carnovich, bass) ; Al-Darwish (Muwafak Shahin Khalil, solo vocals ; Wabab Badarne, qanun ; Usama Abu Ali, flutes, ney ; Khaled Abu Ali, ensemble vocals) ; Hespèrion XXI (Pierre Hamon, flutes, ney ; Jordi Savall, rebab, vielle, bowed lyre ; Andrew Lawrence-King, medieval harp, psaltery ; Montserrat Figueras, cittern ; Michaël Grébil, medieval lute, ceterina ; Begoña Olavide, psaltery ; Arianna Savall, harp ; Christophe Tellart, hurdy-gurdy, cornemuse ; Jean-Pierre Canihac, cornett ; Béatrice Delpierre, chalemelle ; Daniel Lasalle, Elies Hernandis, sackbuts ; Pedro Estevan, David Mayoral, percussion) ; Les trompettes de Jéricho (Yagel Harel, Jean-Pierre Canihac, Lluís Coll, Philippe Matharel, Régis Singlit, Francisco Rubio, shofar ; Jean Imbert, Daniel Lassalle, David Locqueneux, Elies Hernandis, Jordi Giménez, nafir ; Dimitris Psonis, Marc Clos, drums) ; Montserrat Figueras, Lior Elmalich, Muwafak Shahin Khalil, Begoña Olavide, Razmik Amyan, Lluís Vilamajó, Marc Mauillon, vocal soloists ; Manuel Forcano (Hebrew), Jean Hache (French), Nejat Ferouse (Turkish), recitation ; with Yair Dala, Omar Bashir, Mutlu Torun, oud ; Dvir Cohen, vocals ; Erez Shmuel Mounk, percussion ; Gaguik Mouradian, kamancha ; Dimitris Psonis, santur, morisca, percussion ; Fahmi Alqhai, Khaled Arman, rabab ; Driss El Maloumi, vocals, oud ; Siar Hashimi, darabukka.
Description: 2 sound discs : digital, SACD ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (435 p. : col. ill ; 20 cm.)
Contents: Fanfare de Jéricho, 1200 av. J.C. --
Les oracles Sibyllins --
Introduction --
Le coran. Bismi Allah ar Rahman --
Postlude --
Apocalypse VI, 12-3. Audi pontus --
Postlude --
Sonnerie shofar --
Prière pour Jérusalem (psaume 121) --
Danse instrumentale. Libération de la ville par des Macchabées --
La paix de Jérusalem (psaume 122) --
Rabbi Aquiba va à Jérusalem, Talmud --
Chant de l'exile (psaume 137, 1-6) --
Plainte instrumentale --
Stavrotheotokia (Planctus de la vierge) --
Fanfare, Pax in nomine Domini --
Premier appel du Pape Urbain II a la croisade, 1095 --
Chanson de croisade, Pax in nomine Domini --
Chanson de croisade, Chevalier, mult estes guaritz, 1146 --
conductus. O totius asie gloria, Regis Alexandria Filia --
Planctus, Pax in nomine Domini --
Le Dôme du Rocher du Temple --
Sionide, Yefe Nof --
Cantiga de Santa Maria. O ffondo do mar tan chao --
Prélude --
Le coran, sourate XVII --
Danse du soma --
Sallatu Allah --
Makam uzäl sakil (Turna) --
Le songe de Soliman le magnifique --
Marche guerrière --
Palestina hermoza y Santa --
Plainte Palestine --
Lamentation sur la ville d'ani --
El male rahamim --
Marche funèbre --
Dialogue instrumental --
Vœux de paix en hébreu --
Vœux de paix en arméncien --
Vœux de paix en latin Da pacem --
Apo xeno meros --
Ghazali (en arabe) --
Ghazali (en hébreu) --
Ghazali (Palestine) --
Siente hermosa --
Apo xeno meros, version chorale Jordi Savall --
Durme, hermoza donzella --
Ghazali (en arabe, grec & hébreu) --
Ghazali (marocaine) --
Ensemble final --
Fanfare finale. Heavenly peace : the prophets of the apocalypse and of the last judgment: Fanfare of Jericho, 1200 B.C. / Jordi Savall (1:32) --
The Sybelline oracles (3rd century B.C.) / Greek text from Jewish sources ; Aramaic music (8:20) --
Introduction (1:35) ; The Koran. Bismi Allah ar rahman (7th century) : Fatihah Sura I, 2-7 / Sufi sources (1:03) ; Postlude (1:04) --
Revelation VI, 12-3 : Audi pontus (12th century) : on the Cathar Gospel of Pseudo-John V, 4 / Las Huelgas mss. (4:32) ; Postlude (1:14). Jerusalem, a Jewish city, 1000 B.C.-A.D. 70: Shofar's call ( :59) --
Prayer for Jerusalem : Psalm 121 (5:07) --
Instrumental dance : liberation of the city by Maccabeans, 164 B.C. (2:59) --
The peace of Jerusalem : Psalm 122 (5:44) --
Rabbi Akiva goes to Jerusalem : Talmud, Makkot 24b (1:37) --
Song of exile : Psalm 137, 1-6 : destruction of the Temple and diaspora (4:45) --
Instrumental lament (1:00). Jerusalem, a Christian city, 326-1244: Stavrotheotokia = Hymn to the Virgin at the foot of the Cross / attributed to Emperor Leo VI (3:25) --
Fanfare : Pax in nomine Domini (Hespèrion XXI) (1:03) --
First call to the Crusade, 1095 / Pope Urban II(2:16) --
Crusaders' song (1st Crusade) : Pax in nomine Domini / Marcabru (5:54) --
Crusader's song (2nd Crusade) : Chevalier, mult estes guaritz, 1146 / anonymous (6:55) --
Conductus : O totius Asie gloria, Regis Alexandria Filia / anonymous, 13th century (2:20) --
Planctus: Pax in nomine Domini : the Crusaders lose Jerusalem to Saladin, 1187 (1:51). Jerusalem, a city of pilgrimage, 383-1250: The Dome of the Rock / Ibn Battuta ; musical version, Omar Metiour and Begoña Olavide (5:06) --
Zionida : yefe nof = Beautiful city, delight of the world / Judah Ha-Levy (7:43) --
Cantiga de Santa Maria : O ffondo domar tan châo / Alfonso X the Wise (8:16). Jerusalem, an Arab city and an Ottoman city, 1244-1917: Prelude (3:15) --
The Koran, Sura XVII, 1 : Mohammed ascends to heaven from the Temple Mount (1:38) --
Dance of the Soma (5:10) --
Sallatu Allah / Arab tradition (6:29) --
Makam Uzäl Sakil : Turna / Ottoman Kantemiroglu ms., 17th century (3:37) --
Suleyman the Magnificent's dream, 1520 : Ottoman legend / version, Manuel Forcano (2:13) --
Warrior's march : the Ottoman conquest of Jerusalem, 1517 / anonymous Ottoman ; musical version Dimitris Psonis (4:42). Jerusalem, a land of refuge and exile, 15th-20th centuries: Palestina hermoza y Santa / Sephardic tradition, Sarajevo (7:40) --
Palestinian lament / Palestinian tradition (3:53) --
Lament for the city of Ani / Armenian tradition (3:18) --
El male rahamim : hymn to the victims of Auschwitz, 1941 / historical recording by Shlomo Katz, 1950 (4:39) --
Funeral march (1:11). Earthly peace : a duty and a hope: A plea for peace. Instrumental dialogue (1:30) ; A plea for peace in Arabic ( :37) ; A plea for peace in Hebrew : Adonay ( :35) ; A plea fo peace in Armenian (1:13) ; A plea for peace in Latin : Da pacem (Gregorian) ( :53) --
Dialogue of songs. Apo xeno meros (in Greek) (1:09) ; Ghazal (in Arabic) ( :44) ; Ghazal (in Hebrew) ( :44) ; Ghazal (Palestine) ( :39) ; Siente hermosa (in Ladino) (:44) ; Apo xeno meros (in Greek) / choral version, Jordi Savall (1:41) ; Durme, hermoza donzella (in Ladino) (1:24) ; Ghazal (in Arabic, Greek, and Hebrew) (3:03) ; Ghazal (instrumental, from Morocco) ( :44) ; Final ensemble ( :54) / anonymous oral tradition --
Final fanfare : Against the barriers of the spirit / Jordi Savall, 2008 (1:30).
Series Title: Raices & memoria, v. 8.
Other Titles: Ville des deux paix: la paix céleste et la paix terrestre
City of the two peaces: heavenly peace and earthly peace

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