jueves, 13 de noviembre de 2008

From Spain to Spain - Vox


From Spain to Spain 
Vox

    Anon.:
  1. Entrada
    Alfonso el Sabio (attr.).:
    Cantigas de Santa Maria
  2. Cantiga 256: Quen na Virgen groriosa esperança mui grand' á
  3. Cantiga 139: Maravillosos et piadosos
  4. Cantiga 49: Ben com' aos que van per mar
    Ibn al-Va7ib / oral arab tradition:

  5. Umzuj (While the birds sing)
    Alfonso el Sabio (attr.).:
    Cantigas de Santa Maria
  6. Cantiga 77: Da que Deus mamou o leite do seu peito, (Deus ex machina)
    Textual and melodic fragments from Moroccan oral tradition:

  7. Man'habbak (He who loves you)
    Alfonso el Sabio (attr.).:
    Cantigas de Santa Maria
  8. Cantiga 32: Quen loar podia, (Miragre)
    Ibn Zuhr / melodic fragments from Hebrew-Arab oral tradition:

  9. Ajuba (Bearer of the Cups)
Intérpretes: Vox Voices [Fadia El-Hage, Catherine Rey, Rose Bihler-Shah]
Vox Choir [Robert Altmöder, Simon Berg, Martin Fogt, Mike Frey, Roger Hefele, Oliver Kälberer, Clemens Kink, Steffen Müller Rabbe, Thomas Näbauer, Thomas Reichenbach, Walter Tröbinger, Gregor von der Heyden] - Rose Bihler-Shah, choir dir.
Vox Instruments [Roman Bunkaud (electric and acoustic guitars), Paolo Giuseppe Cecere (vielle, symphonia, al-anfir (medieval arab trumpet), shawm, voice), Marika Falk (ethnic percussion (african & arab vase drums, latin & african percussion, water drums, berimbau)), Vladimir Ivanoff (analog & digital synthesizers, sampling modules, sequencer programme, ming, medieval organ, medieval and arab frame drums, antur, medieval lute), Walter Weh (flute, MIDI-sax)]
Duración: 53' 59"

Lugar y fecha de grabación:Down Town Studio, Munich, Alemania [01/1992]


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