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Jordi Savall Kavaklar
1.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 21 Oct 2008 Tue 03:35 am

Jordi Savall is the Yo-Yo Ma of the Viola da Gamba, an instrument that predates the modern-day cello. The Catalan musician spends most of his time dusting off little-known music from around the time of J.S. Bach. But for his new CD, Orient-Occident, Savall says goodbye to the baroque, picks up the ancient bowed lyre and gathers an outstanding team of Afghan, Moroccan, Israeli and Greek musicians. As Hesperion XXI, they weave together the Muslim, Christian and Jewish cultures that thrived around the Mediterranean in the 13th to 18th centuries. The traditional rebab (fiddle), oud and rubab (lutes), saz (guitar) and santur (hammered dulcimer) all play big roles in music that gently swings with off-kilter rhythms.

Savall´s opening track, "Makam Rast Murass´a usul Duye," is a very old Turkish tune, with a jaunty rhythm and a slithering melody. Two ouds and the santur play the music in unison, with Savall hovering above, ornamenting the line with his lyre. The piece is written in the Turkish scale "rast," one that´s meant to induce both joy and serenity.



Metin Altýok (b 1941- Izmir) was a philosophy teacher and poet. He was a member of Turkish Workers Party and columnist. He was one of the 37 intellectuals, writers, ashiks, poets, Alevis BURNED to death by radical islamist during the "Sivas Massacre".


2.       bayan_güleç
 21 Oct 2008 Tue 07:01 am

Çooooooooooooook harika!!!!!!!!!


(You seem to have great taste in everything! )

3.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 21 Oct 2008 Tue 07:21 am

Liebe Mary, ich danke Dir fuer Dein so nettes Kompliment! Dir weiterhin alles Gute. R.


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