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JERUSALEM - Hortus Musicus - Andres Mustonen, coductor

JERUSALEM - Hortus Musicus - Andres Mustonen, coductor-Sbor-Jewish Music
ID: ERP10318 (EAN: 4742229005553)  | 1 CD | DDD
Vydano: 2018
Jewish Music
REUENTHAL, Neidhart von | VOGELWEIDE, Walther von der
Ensemble Hortus Musicus
Dal informace:

Recorded on Oct 21th and 22nd, 2017 in Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn

Ensemble Hortus Musicus:
Andres Mustonen − violin, artistic director
Anto Õnnis − tenor, percussion
Tõnis Kaumann − baritone, percussion
Riho Ridbeck − bass, percussion
Olev Ainomäe − shawms, recorders, duduk
Tõnis Kuurme − curtal, rauschpfeife, recorders
Valter Jürgenson − trombones
Imre Eenma − G violone
Taavo Remmel − double bass
Ivo Sillamaa − positive organ, harpsichord

Booklet in Estonian and English
VOGELWEIDE, Walther von der (cca 1170-1230)  
1. Palänstinalied3:36 
2. Deus miserere4:52 
3. Polorum regina2:33 
REUENTHAL, Neidhart von (1190-1237) 
4. Winder wie ist nu dein kraft3:13 
5. La quinte estampie real1:55 
6. Como poden per sas culpa4:02 
REUENTHAL, Neidhart von (1190-1237) 
7. Owe dirre sumerzit2:20 
8. Stella splendens3:23 
9. Chanconeta Tedescha2:25 
Traditional Arab melodies 
10. Lamma bada4:37 
11. Kharwat habibi3:45 
12. Istampitta La Belicha7:03 
Traditional Jewish melodies 
13. Uri tsafon1:42 
14. Adon haselihot2:45 
15. Az yashir Moshe4:15 
16. Samaitani chalaitani3:42 
17. Reyah hadas4:18 
18. Ma navu al heharim3:07 
19. Lecha dodi2:24 
20. Ani tsame5:36 


It is extremely difficult to draw a line between traditional music and early music. Both of them have similar melodies, intonations and they sound alike, additionally even the instruments are similar. It is often quite impossible to differentiate between them. This may be one of the reasons why early music, traditional music and oriental music have become widely popular and their performers so professional in the last fifty years. All of them enchant us with their centuries-old values that for a long time people didn’t appreciate, but now suddenly feel joy in rediscovering them. Music such as this is characterized by ancient spirituality and religiosity - qualities that many people miss nowadays.
Medieval music often surprises us with its oriental sounds. The East was a greater influence to Europe in the Middle Ages than it is often realised. The Moors ruled the Iberian peninsula for almost 800 years. The East and the South influenced our culture, including music, through Spain and the crusades. The lute, bow and several oriental percussion instruments made their way to Europe and that is why the music of the southern cultures sounds so natural on ancient instruments.
Christians, Muslims and Jews have been living side by side in the Mediterranean countries, as if creating an enormous mosaic of different peoples and cultures, traditions and beliefs. Unfortunately, history tells us a lot of painful stories, where the destructive darker side of man has been ruling over love. However, different cultures and religions still have one thing in common - they all praise the Almighty with the help of music. Music itself is a gift from above, it is our ability to create order from chaos with our voices and instruments, to influence others and be influenced. Music is a universal language and its different dialects can delight anyone with an open mind. So, let it elate us, let it help us rise above our differences and look lovingly at everything created.

Robert Staak


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