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Wydawnictwo: Estonian Record
Nr katalogowy: ERP 10318
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2018
EAN: 4742229005553
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Epoka muzyczna: średniowiecze
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce, klawesyn
Rodzaj: pieśń

Vogelweide / Neidhart: Jerusalem

Estonian Record - ERP 10318
Hortus Musicus:
Andres Mustonen, violin
Anto Onnis, tenor
Tonis Kaumann, baritone
Riho Rodbeck, bass
Olev Ainomae, recorders
Valter Jurgenson, trombones
Imre Eenma, violone
Taavo Remmel, double bass
Ivo Sillamaa, organ, harpsichord / Andres Mustonen
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Medieval music often surprises us with its oriental sounds. The Eas 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 natual on ancient instruments. As a holy city for three world religions, not only a 'Clash of Cultures' took place in Jerusalem at all times, but also a musical transfer. On their latest recording the ensemble Hortus Musicus explores this musical exchange.

Recorded on October 21st and 22nd, 2017 in Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn

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