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Hespèrion XXI, Jordi Savall - Ibn Battuta: Le Voyageur De L'Islam = The Traveler Of Islam = El Viajero Del Islam, 1304-1377 flac album

Hespèrion XXI, Jordi Savall - Ibn Battuta: Le Voyageur De L'Islam = The Traveler Of Islam = El Viajero Del Islam, 1304-1377 flac album Performer: Hespèrion XXI
Title: Ibn Battuta: Le Voyageur De L'Islam = The Traveler Of Islam = El Viajero Del Islam, 1304-1377
Style: Medieval
Released: 2019
Country: Europe
MP3 album: 1662 mb
FLAC album: 1951 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Genre: Classical / Folk / World music

For this project, Savall enlisted his Hespèrion XXI instrumental ensemble, whose membership changes as Ibn Battuta undertakes the second half of his journey. There are also three narrators, and an extraordinary group of vocal and instrumental masters from many countries. Savall's artists' devotion to their crafts have ensured that Ibn Battuta: The Traveler of Islam 1304–1377 will remain an artistic and historical triumph. Jason Victor Serinus.

Like Ibn Battuta’s rihla, Jordi Savall’s musical journey offers a voyage through a somewhat idealised Orient, one held to be the cradle of knowledge, culture and religion in the 14th centur. uch. Gramophone Magazine, April 2019 Mor. elease Date: 4th Jan 2019. Driss El Maloumi, Rajery. In the Muslim world Ibn Battuta had the same significance as Marco Polo in Western countries. A relentless traveller, he deeply changed the perception of the Orient among his contemporaries and the following generations. Morocco, Mali, Egypt, Yemen, Zanzibar, India, The Maldives, China. This non-exhaustive list gives us a hint about the extraordinary journey Jordi Savall invites us to. As usual, Jordi Savall is surrounded by the best experts. Presented in a lavishly illustrated CD book.

Cité de la Musique - Philharmonie de Paris. Emirates Palace-Auditorium d'Abu Dhabi. Exotic Hypnotic Narrative Reverent Spiritual. Biographical Other Times & Places Religion Travel. Jordi Savall, Hespèrion XXI.

Performers Hespèrion XXI Jordi Savall - direction. Disc 1 (01:18:29) 1. Driss El Maloumi – Taqsim and Narration I (02:00) 2. Ahmed Al Saabri – Bismillah ir-Rahman (00:59) 3. Rajery – Taqsim and Narration II (00:29) 4. Rajery & Driss El Maloumi – Kouroukanfouga (04:47) 5. Jordi Savall & Manuel Forcano – Lamento di Tristano (01:17) 6. Katerina Papadopoulou, Hespèrion XXI & Jordi Savall – Greek Song (03:31) 7. Driss. Jordi Savall & La Capella Reial De Catalunya – Cerco de Baeza (02:12) 22. Lingling Yu, Xin Liu, Jordi Savall & Yurdal Tokcan – Xing jie (03:59) 23. Waed Bouhassoun, Haïg Sarikouyoumdjian & Pierre Hamon – Li Saheb – Taqsim (05:50).

IBN BATTUTA – Le Voyageur de l’Islam 1304-1377. In 1974 Jordi Savall and Montserrat Figueras, together with Lorenzo Alpert and Hopkinson Smith, founded the ancient music ensemble Hespèrion XX in Basel as a way of recovering and disseminating the rich and fascinating musical repertoire prior to the 19th century on the basis of historical criteria and the use of original instruments. Today Hespèrion XXI is central to the understanding of the music of the period between the Middle Ages and the Baroque. Their labours to recover works, scores, instruments and unpublished documents have a double and incalculable value. Some of their most celebrated concert programmes are Les Cantigues de Santa Maria d’Alfons X El Savi, La Diàspora Sefardí, the music of Jerusalem, Istanbul, Armenia and the Folías Criollas.

Taqsim and Der makām Çargah sirto 21. Cerco de Baeza 22. Xing jie 23. Li Saheb - Taqsim.

Like Ibn Battuta’s rihla, Jordi Savall’s musical journey offers a voyage through a somewhat idealised Orient, one held to be the cradle of knowledge, culture and religion in the 14th century. To early music specialists with a Western gaze, this is an era normally dominated by the French poet and composer Machaut; but Ibn Battuta had a different gaze, one turned towards ‘the orbit of Muslim culture and religion’, as Castells and Forcano explain. Therefore Savall creates a musical quilt spanning Tangier to China, calling on oral and improvisatory traditions with appropriate historical lineage

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1 1304 • Tanger (Taqsuim And Narration)
Oud – Driss El MaloumiText By – Shams ad-Din Abu Abdallah Muhammad*
2:00
2 Bismillah Ir-Rahman
Voice – Ahmed Al Saabri
1:00
3 1311-1315 • Apogée De L'Empire Musulman De Mali (Taksim)
Valiha – Rajery
0:30
4 Kouroukanfouga (Instr.) - Mali
Oud – Driss El MaloumiValiha – Rajery
4:47
5 1324 • Mort De Marco Polo (Taksim And Narration)
Rebec – Jordi SavallVoice – Manuel Forcano
1:17
6 Plainte Grecque - Asie Mineure
Ensemble – Hespèrion XXIVoice – Katerina Papadopoulou
3:31
7 1324 • Maroc • Egypte (Taqsim And Narration)
Oud – Driss El MaloumiVoice – Manuel Forcano
1:24
8 1326 · Le Caire - Jérusalem - Damas (Taqsim And Narration )
Ney – Moslem Rahal*Voice – Manuel Forcano
1:47
9 Kevoque (Instr.)
Ensemble – Hespèrion XXINey – Moslem Rahal*
2:05
10 À Damas (Taqsuim And Narration Ibn Battuta: C'est L'un Des Edifices Les Plus Surprenants..)
Kanun – Hakan GüngörText By – Ibn BattutaVoice – Habib Ghloum Al Attar
2:05
11 Qays Ibn Al-Moullawwah (Majnoun Layla)
Oud, Voice – Waed Bouhassoun
4:31
12 1326 · Mort d’Osman Ier (Taqsim And Narration)
Kaval – Nedyalko NedyalkovOud – Yurdal Tokcan
2:05
13 Nihavent (Chant Ottoman)
Kaval – Nedyalko NedyalkovOud – Yurdal TokcanVoice – Meral Azizoğlu
2:27
14 1326 · Arabie : la Mecque (Taqsim And Narration)
Ney – Moslem Rahal*Oud – Driss El MaloumiVoice – Manuel Forcano
0:48
15 Danse De L'âme (Taqsim And Narration)
Oud – Yurdal TokcanPercussion – Pedro EstevanText By – Ibn BattutaVoice – Habib Ghloum Al Attar
2:41
16 Sallatu Allah
Voice – Ahmed Al Saabri
17 1326-1327 · Irak - Perse (Taqsim And Chahamezrab Perse)
Cimbalom [Santur] – Dimitris PsonisKaval – Nedyalko NedyalkovText By – Anonymous, Ibn BattutaVoice – Habib Ghloum Al Attar
3:07
18 Taqsim And Neveser - Hal Asmar
Kemenche – Gaguik MouradianOud – Waed BouhassounVielle – Jordi SavallVoice – Meral Azizoğlu, Waed Bouhassoun
4:21
19 1328-1330 · Yémen - Zanzibar (Taqsim And Narration)
Valiha – RajeryVoice – Manuel Forcano
1:03
20 Véro - Instr. From Yemen And Narration (Ibn Battuta: Depuis La Ville De Mogadiscio)
Oud – Driss El MaloumiText By – Ibn BattutaValiha – RajeryVoice – Habib Ghloum Al Attar
1:22
21 1329 · Bataille De Pelekanon (Taqsim And Narration)
Percussion – Various
0:20
22 Der Makām-ı Hüseynī Sakīl-i Ağa Rıżā - Anonyme Ottoman
Ensemble – Hespèrion XXI
3:10
23 1331 · Oman Et Le Golfe Persique (Taqsim And Narration)
Oud – Yurdal TokcanVoice – Manuel Forcano
0:58
24 Talaa' Al-badr 'Aleina
Voice – Ahmed Al Saabri
5:19
25 1332-1333 · Anatolie (Taqsim And Narration)
Duduk – Haïg SarikouyoumdjianKemenche – Gaguik MouradianVoice – Manuel Forcano
4:11
26 Sufi Dance (Instr.)
Ney – Moslem Rahal*Percussion – Pedro EstevanTabla, Percussion [Zir Baghali] – Siar Hashimi
4:10
27 1334 · Ukraine Et Constantinople (Taqsim And Narration)
Kaval – Nedyalko NedyalkovVoice – Manuel Forcano
1:26
28 Taqsim And Narration (Ibn Battuta: Notre Arrivée Dans La Grande Constantinople)
Organ [Organetto] – Guillermo PérezText By – Ibn BattutaVoice – Habib Ghloum Al Attar
1:32
29 En To Stavro Pares Tosa - Chant Byzantin Anonyme
Bells [Cloches] – Pedro EstevanOrgan [Organetto] – Guillermo PérezVoice – Marc Mauillon
3:25
30 Samarcande (Musique: 'Ясен Mесец Bеч Изгряава' Bulgarie, And Narration Ibn Battuta: Ensuite, Je Me Suis Dirigé)
Text By – Ibn BattutaVoice – Habib Ghloum Al Attar
1:34
31 1334-1335 · L’Asie Centrale (Musique And Narration Ibn Battuta: Partit De Constantinople)
Tabla – Siar HashimiVoice – Manuel Forcano
1:31
32 Laila Djan - Chant-danse De Kabul (Afghanistan)
Featuring [Tutti] – Various
4:10
33 1335 · Le Mois De Mai Voyage Au Centre De L’Asie ; Visite Samarcande En Route Vers L’Afghanistan (Taqsim And Narration)
Rebab – Daud SadozaiVoice – Bakary Sangaré*
2:06
34 Laïla Djân (Instr.) – Chant-danse De Kabul (Afghanistan)
Featuring [Tutti] – Various
2:32
35 1336 · Fondation Du Royaume De Vijayanagar Par Le Prince Bukka. Ibn Battuta Arrive A L’Inde Ou Il Restera Sept Ans. Il Est Hôte Du Sultan De Delhi Muhàmmad Ibn Tughluq. (Taqsim And Narration Ibn Battuta: Au Centre De Vaisseau)
Sarod – Daud SadozaiText By – Ibn BattutaVoice – Bakary Sangaré*
2:02
36 Muddhu Gare Yashoda (Raga) – Instr.
Sarod – Daud SadozaiTabla – Prabhu Edouard
4:07
37 1344 · Ibn Battuta Voyage Aux Îles Maldives (Taqsim And Narration Ibn Battuta: Les Habitants Des Îles)
Sarod – Daud SadozaiText By – Ibn BattutaVoice – Bakary Sangaré*
1:29
38 Danse Instrumentale
Rebab – Daud SadozaiTabla – Prabhu Edouard
2:42
39 1345 · Voyage Au Sud De L’Asie, À Sandabur (Goa) Et En Chine, Comme Ambassadeur Du Sultan De L’Inde. 高山流水 Gao Shan Liu Shui (« Ruisseau Et Montagne »). Musique Traditionnelle De La Province Shandong.
Guzheng [Zheng] – Xin LiuPipa – Lingling Yu
2:06
40 Improvisation And Narration Ibn Battuta: Les Chinois Sont Des Infidèles
Text By – Ibn BattutaVoice – Bakary Sangaré*
2:11
41 蕉窗夜雨 Jiao Chuang Ye Yu « La Pluie Tombe Sur Le Feuillage »
Guzheng [Zheng] – Xin Liu
3:04
42 Chanson Dansée "Ya Bourdaeyn"
Ensemble – Hespèrion XXIOud, Voice – Waed Bouhassoun
2:17
43 Improvisation And Narration Ibn Battuta: Je Partis De Tunis Par La Mer
Flute [Double Flute] – Pierre HamonText By – Ibn BattutaVoice – Bakary Sangaré*
1:23
44 Quant Ai Lo Mont Consirat - Anonyme Catalan (Chant Spirituel)
Baritone Vocals – Furio ZanasiTenor Vocals – Lluís Vilamajó
2:56
45 1350 · Al-Andalus. Il Visite Grenade (Taqsim And Narration Ibn Battuta: Depuis Alhamma...)
Oud – Driss El MaloumiText By – Ibn BattutaVoice – Bakary Sangaré*
2:23
46 Fiyachia - Tradition Arabe
Oud, Voice – Driss El Maloumi, Waed Bouhassoun
3:03
47 1352 · Ibn Battuta Traverse Le Sahara (Taqsuim - Chanson Dansée: 'Al Maya, ‘Al Maya)
Ney – Moslem Rahal*Oud, Voice – Waed Bouhassoun
3:26
48 1353 · Il Visite l’Empire de Mali. (Taqsim And Narration Ibn Battuta: Parmis Tous Les Peuple...)
Text By – Ibn BattutaValiha – RajeryVoice – Bakary Sangaré*
2:43
49 Danse Imperial - Anonyme (Improvisation De Paroles Et Musique)
Oud, Voice – Driss El MaloumiTabla – Prabhu EdouardValiha, Voice – Rajery
4:03
50 1354 · Pierre III Conquête Sardaigne - Isabella (Stampitta)
Flute – Pierre HamonMandolin [Ceterina] – Michael GrebilPercussion – Pedro Estevan
4:13
51 天山之春 Tian Shan Zhi Chun « Le Printemps De La Montagne Tian Shan ». Musique De L’ouest De La Chine
Pipa – Lingling Yu
3:24
52 Taqsim And Der Makām Çargah Sirto (Instr.)
Kanun – Hakan GüngörOud – Yurdal Tokcan
3:55
53 Cerco De Baeza (Romance De La Frontière, CMP 106)
Choir – La Capella Reial De CatalunyaEnsemble – Hespèrion XXI
2:12
54 行街 Xing jie « Joyeuse Promenade Dans La Rue » - Sud-est De La Chine
Guzheng [Zheng] – Xin LiuOud – Yurdal TokcanPipa – Lingling YuViola da Gamba – Jordi Savall
3:59
55 1377 ? · Mort D’Ibn Battuta. Taqsim And Lamentatio Arabe: Li Saheb (Chant De La Séparation)
Duduk – Haïg SarikouyoumdjianNey – Moslem Rahal*Organ [Organetto] – Guillermo PérezPercussion – Pedro EstevanVoice – Waed Bouhassoun
5:52

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Alia Vox
  • Copyright (c) – Alia Vox
  • Copyright (c) – Saeed Jumoh
  • Copyright (c) – Hervé Pouyfourcart
  • Recorded At – Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi
  • Recorded At – Cité de la Musique
  • Mixed At – Ars Altis
  • Mastered At – Ars Altis

Credits

  • Booklet Editor – Agnès Prunés
  • Composed By – Traditional
  • Conductor, Concept By, Liner Notes – Jordi Savall
  • Design – Eduardo Nestor Gomez
  • Ensemble – Hespèrion XXI
  • Liner Notes – Georges Corm, Manuel Forcano, Margarida Castells, Tahar Ben Jelloun
  • Liner Notes [Arabian Translation] – KM Alarabi S.L.
  • Liner Notes [Catalan Translation] – Gilbert Bofill i Ball
  • Liner Notes [English Translation] – Jacqueline Minett
  • Liner Notes [French Translation] – Klangland
  • Liner Notes [German Translation] – Claudia Kalász
  • Liner Notes [Italian Translation] – Luca Chiantore, Paolino Nappi
  • Liner Notes [Spanish Translation of Arabian Texts] – Abdul Sadoun
  • Liner Notes [Spanish Translation] – Juan Gabriel López Guix
  • Mixed By [Montage], Mastered By – Manuel Mohino
  • Photography By – Hervé Pouyfourcart, Saeed Jumoh

Notes

Live recording 20 November 2014, l’Emirates Palace (Auditorium), Abu Dhabi (files 1 to 32)
Live recording 4 November 2016, Cité de la Musique - Philharmonie de Paris (files 33 to 55)
Total time: 02:26:31
℗ © 2018

The Concert in Abu Dhabi was organised by Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority,
and the Concert in Paris was organised by the Cité de la Musique-Philharmonie de Paris
in conjunction with the International Centre for Early Music (CIMA) Foundation,
and with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Generalitat of Catalonia and the Ramon Llull Institute.

Oriental music selected with the collaboration of: Driss el Maloumi, Rahery, Lingling Yu, Xin Liu, Waed Bouhassoun, Moslem Rahal, Yurdal Tokcan, Daud Sadozai
Selection of texts by Ibn Battuta: Manuel Forcano, Sergi Grau

Downloading includes a 260-page digital booklet with notes in French, English, Spanish, Catalan, Deutsch, Italian and Arabian.

Issued as a hardcover book with SACD in 2019, catalog number AVSA 9930 see: Hespèrion XXI, Jordi Savall - Ibn Battuta, Le Voyageur De L'Islam = The Traveler Of Islam = El Viajero Del Islam, 1304-1377

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AVSA9930 Hespèrion XXI, Jordi Savall Hespèrion XXI, Jordi Savall - Ibn Battuta, Le Voyageur De L'Islam = The Traveler Of Islam = El Viajero Del Islam, 1304-1377 ‎(2xSACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Boo) Alia Vox AVSA9930 Europe 2019