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J⥲usalem : la ville des deux paix : la paix c⥬este et la paix terrestre, (sound recording)

Label
J⥲usalem : la ville des deux paix : la paix c⥬este et la paix terrestre
Title
J⥲usalem
Title remainder
la ville des deux paix : la paix c⥬este et la paix terrestre
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Member of
Accompanying matter
  • technical and or historical information on instruments
  • historical information
  • ethnological information
Cataloging source
MLCPP
Credits note
Overall conception: Jordi Savall and Manuel Forcano
Date time place
Recorded 22-24 November 2007, 30 March-4 April and 27-28 April 2008 at the Coll⥧iale de Cardona (Catalogne) ; 9-10 April at l'⥧lise de Saint-Pierre-aux-Nonnains and at l'Arsenal de Metz ; 5 August at l'Abbaye de Fontfroide
Dewey number
782.42
Form of composition
songs
Format of music
not applicable
Language note
Sung in various languages
Music parts
not applicable
PerformerNote
Solo singers: Montserrat Figueras, Lior Elmalich, Muwafak Shahin Kahlil, Bego䮡 Olivide, Razmik Amyan, Lluis Vilamaj⯬ Marc Mauillon ; Recitants: Manuel Forcano (Hebrew), Jean Hache (French), Nejat Ferouse (Turkish) ; Instrumental groups include: La Capella Reial de Catalunya and Hespᥲion XXI ; Director: Jordi Savall
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1968-
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  • Forcano, Manuel
  • Savall, Jordi
  • Hespᥲion XXI (Musical group)
  • Capella Reial
Series statement
Le chant du monde.
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  • Instrumental music
  • Arabs
  • Jews
  • Songs with instrumental ensemble
  • Jerusalem
Transposition and arrangement
not applicable
Label
J⥲usalem : la ville des deux paix : la paix c⥬este et la paix terrestre, (sound recording)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "A homage to Jerusalem and an invocation to peace"
  • Program notes in: Fran࣡is, Castellano, English, Catala, Deutsch, Italiano
Contents
  • CD1: 1. Fanfare of Jericho, 1200 av. B.C. / J. Savall -- I. Heavenly peace: the prophets of the Apocalypse and of the Last Judgement. 2. The Sibylline oracles (3rd century B.C.) : Jewish sources, Aramaic music -- 3. Introduction -- 4. The Koran: Bismi Al.lᡠar Rahman (7th century) / Fatihah Sura I, 2-7 (Sufi sources) -- 5. Postludium (qanun) -- 6. Apocalypse VI, 12-3 : corresponding to the Cathar Gospel of Pseudo-John V / Audi pontus (12th century) -- 7. Postludium (medieval harp) -- II. Jerusalem, Jewish city, 1000 BC-AD 70 : King David makes Jerusalem the capital of the univied kingdom of Judah and Israel. 8. Shofars call -- 9. 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 (10th century B.C.) -- 12. Rabbi Akiva goes to Jerusalem talmud, Makkot 24b -- 13. Song of exile (Psalm 134, 1-6) : Destruction of the temple and diaspora, A.D. 70 -- 14. Instrumental lament (shofars) -- III. Jerusalem, a Christian city, 326-1244 : Queen Helena, mother of Emperor Constantine is in Jerusalem, A.D. 326. 15. Stavrotheotokia (Hymn to the Virgin at the foot of the Cross) / attributed to Emperor Leo VI, 886-912 -- 16. Fanfare "Pax in nomine Domine" -- 17. Pope Urban II, first call to the Crusades, 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. XIII century) -- 21. Planctus "Pax in nomine Domini" : The crusaders lose Jerusalem to Saladin instrumental -- IVa. Jerusalem, a city of pilgrimage, 383-1326. 22. The dome of the rock / Ibn Battuta (1304-ca.1377) -- 23. Zionida: beautiful city, delight of the world / Judah ha-Levy (1075-1141) --
  • CD 2: IVb. Jerusalem, city of pilgrimage (suite).1. Cantiga de Santa Maria : offondo do mar tan ch㡯 /Alfonso X the wise (1121-1284) CSM383 -- V. Jerusalem: Arabic & Ottoman city, 1244-1917 : Arabic city, 1244-1516. 2. Prelude (oud) -- 3. The Koran, Sura XVII, 1 : Mohammed ascends to heaven from the Temple Mount -- 4. Danse of the soma -- 5. Sallatu Allah : Arabic tradition -- Ottoman city, 1517-1917. 6. Makam us衬 Sakil "Turna" / Ottoman mss. of Kantemiroglu (17th century) -- 7. Suleyman the Magnificent's dream, 1250 (legend) : recited text in Turkish -- 8. Warrior's march (anon.) (Ottoman) -- VI. J⥲usalem, terrre d'asile et d'exil, XVe-XXe siᥣle. 9. Palestina hermoza y Santa
  • Anonymous (sephardic) -- 10. Palestinian lament (anon.) -- 11. Andouni Armenian lament, 1915 (anon.) -- 12. El male rahamin (Hymn to the victims of Auschwitz), 1941 : historical recording / Shlomo Katz (1950) -- 13. Funeral march instrumental -- VII. Earthly peace: a duty and a utopia : a plea for peace. 14. Instrumental dialogue -- 15. A plea for peace (Arabic) -- 16. Adonay prayer for peace (Hebrew) -- 17. A plea for meace (Armenian) -- 18. Da pacem (Gregorian) -- Dialongue of songs. 19. Apo xeno meros (Greek) (anon.) (oral tradition) -- 20. Ghazal (Arabic) -- 21. Ghazal (Hebrew) -- 22. Ghazal (Palestine) -- 23. Siente hermosa (Iadino) -- 24. Apo xeno meros (Greek) : Gregorian chorus -- 25. Durme, hermoza donzella (Iadino) -- 26. Ghazal (Arabic, Greek & Hebrew) -- 27. Ghazal (Instrumental, Morocco) -- 28. Final ensemble (tutti) -- 29. Final fanfare "Against the barriers of the spirit"
Control code
000044463640
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Extent
2 sound discs (CD) (152:29)
Other physical details
digital, SACD
Publisher number
AVSA9863
Label
J⥲usalem : la ville des deux paix : la paix c⥬este et la paix terrestre, (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • "A homage to Jerusalem and an invocation to peace"
  • Program notes in: Fran࣡is, Castellano, English, Catala, Deutsch, Italiano
Contents
  • CD1: 1. Fanfare of Jericho, 1200 av. B.C. / J. Savall -- I. Heavenly peace: the prophets of the Apocalypse and of the Last Judgement. 2. The Sibylline oracles (3rd century B.C.) : Jewish sources, Aramaic music -- 3. Introduction -- 4. The Koran: Bismi Al.lᡠar Rahman (7th century) / Fatihah Sura I, 2-7 (Sufi sources) -- 5. Postludium (qanun) -- 6. Apocalypse VI, 12-3 : corresponding to the Cathar Gospel of Pseudo-John V / Audi pontus (12th century) -- 7. Postludium (medieval harp) -- II. Jerusalem, Jewish city, 1000 BC-AD 70 : King David makes Jerusalem the capital of the univied kingdom of Judah and Israel. 8. Shofars call -- 9. 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 (10th century B.C.) -- 12. Rabbi Akiva goes to Jerusalem talmud, Makkot 24b -- 13. Song of exile (Psalm 134, 1-6) : Destruction of the temple and diaspora, A.D. 70 -- 14. Instrumental lament (shofars) -- III. Jerusalem, a Christian city, 326-1244 : Queen Helena, mother of Emperor Constantine is in Jerusalem, A.D. 326. 15. Stavrotheotokia (Hymn to the Virgin at the foot of the Cross) / attributed to Emperor Leo VI, 886-912 -- 16. Fanfare "Pax in nomine Domine" -- 17. Pope Urban II, first call to the Crusades, 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. XIII century) -- 21. Planctus "Pax in nomine Domini" : The crusaders lose Jerusalem to Saladin instrumental -- IVa. Jerusalem, a city of pilgrimage, 383-1326. 22. The dome of the rock / Ibn Battuta (1304-ca.1377) -- 23. Zionida: beautiful city, delight of the world / Judah ha-Levy (1075-1141) --
  • CD 2: IVb. Jerusalem, city of pilgrimage (suite).1. Cantiga de Santa Maria : offondo do mar tan ch㡯 /Alfonso X the wise (1121-1284) CSM383 -- V. Jerusalem: Arabic & Ottoman city, 1244-1917 : Arabic city, 1244-1516. 2. Prelude (oud) -- 3. The Koran, Sura XVII, 1 : Mohammed ascends to heaven from the Temple Mount -- 4. Danse of the soma -- 5. Sallatu Allah : Arabic tradition -- Ottoman city, 1517-1917. 6. Makam us衬 Sakil "Turna" / Ottoman mss. of Kantemiroglu (17th century) -- 7. Suleyman the Magnificent's dream, 1250 (legend) : recited text in Turkish -- 8. Warrior's march (anon.) (Ottoman) -- VI. J⥲usalem, terrre d'asile et d'exil, XVe-XXe siᥣle. 9. Palestina hermoza y Santa
  • Anonymous (sephardic) -- 10. Palestinian lament (anon.) -- 11. Andouni Armenian lament, 1915 (anon.) -- 12. El male rahamin (Hymn to the victims of Auschwitz), 1941 : historical recording / Shlomo Katz (1950) -- 13. Funeral march instrumental -- VII. Earthly peace: a duty and a utopia : a plea for peace. 14. Instrumental dialogue -- 15. A plea for peace (Arabic) -- 16. Adonay prayer for peace (Hebrew) -- 17. A plea for meace (Armenian) -- 18. Da pacem (Gregorian) -- Dialongue of songs. 19. Apo xeno meros (Greek) (anon.) (oral tradition) -- 20. Ghazal (Arabic) -- 21. Ghazal (Hebrew) -- 22. Ghazal (Palestine) -- 23. Siente hermosa (Iadino) -- 24. Apo xeno meros (Greek) : Gregorian chorus -- 25. Durme, hermoza donzella (Iadino) -- 26. Ghazal (Arabic, Greek & Hebrew) -- 27. Ghazal (Instrumental, Morocco) -- 28. Final ensemble (tutti) -- 29. Final fanfare "Against the barriers of the spirit"
Control code
000044463640
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Extent
2 sound discs (CD) (152:29)
Other physical details
digital, SACD
Publisher number
AVSA9863

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