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Jordi Savall Trio

Jordi Savall Trio
Jordi Savall Trio photo
April 22, 2021 | 8:00 PM
  • Starting at: $45.00
  • Venue: Koerner Hall
  • Series: Classical Concerts
  • Genre: Classical
  • Presenter: The Royal Conservatory
"All the mornings of the world may fade away, but Jordi Savall endures.”(Boston Musical Intelligencer) This special concert, called The Distant Voices, features music from Afghanistan, Armenia, Istanbul, Sarajevo, Persia, and Italy, which Jordi Savall performs on viella and rebab, accompanied by Hakan Güngor on kanun, and Dimitri Psonis performing on oud, santur, saz, and percussion.
Jordi Savall is an exceptional figure in today’s music world. Brimming with live emotion and spectacular creative vitality, he is always faithful to historical music of Europe, the Mediterranean, and the whole world. For more than 50 years, Savall has explored and fashioned universes full of emotions and beauty. A tireless researcher into early music, he interprets and performs the repertory both as a gambist and a conductor. His activities as a concert performer, teacher, researcher, and creator of new musical and cultural projects have made him a leading figure in the reappraisal of historical music. Savall has rescued musical gems from the obscurity of neglect and oblivion and given them back for all to enjoy.
"For sheer opulence, generosity and breadth of repertoire, Jordi Savall...blows the competition away (Gramophone)

Program: Distant Voices           
Part I
Anonymous (Castelló/Berber): Alba
Byzantine dance: Erotókritos 
Traditional (Afganistan/Naghma): Nastaran 
Lament (Armenia): Azat astvatsn & Ter kedzo 
Derviş Mehmed (Manuscript D. Cantemir [209]): Der Makām “Uzzäl uşūleş Darb-i feth”
Part II
Traditional Sephardic (Istanbul): Paxarico tu te llamas 
Traditional (Armenia): Al aylukhs 
13th century Italy manuscript: Lamento di Tristano 
Manuscript D. Cantemir (324): Makām-ı Uzzäl Sakîl “Turna” Semâ’î 
Part III
Alfonso X of Castile: Rotundellus (CSM 105)
Menk kadj tohmi 
Marcabru (12th century troubadour): Pax in nomine Domini 
Mss. D. Cantemir: Makām-ı Hüseynī Sakīl-i Ağa Rıżā (89)
Part IV
Traditional Sephardic (Sarajevo): El rey Nimrod 
Anonymous (Persia): Chahamezrab 
Traditional (Armenia): Alagyeaz & Khnki tsar
13th century Italy manuscript: Saltarello


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