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  Наименование CD :
   Birds Requiem



Год издания : 2013

Компания звукозаписи : OKeh Records

Музыкальный стиль : African Folk, African Jazz, African Traditions, Folk Jazz

Время звучания : 1:04:18

Код CD : 8 88837 21842

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Pseudo Ethnic (Arabica)      

Tunisian oud master, vocalist, and composer Dhafer Youssef is globally renowned for his restless musicality. He has used his ancient instrument - five millennia and counting - to explore jazz, classical, and blues, in addition to the classical and folk musics of the Middle East, North Africa, and Mediterranean regions. The ephemeral Birds Requiem is his debut offering for Sony's resurrected Okeh imprint. The players on this date include his trio with pianist Kristjan Randalu and trumpeter Nils-Petter Molvaer, and the complete ensemble (which recorded primarily in Sweden) features clarinetist Hu"snu Senlendirici, bassist Phil Donkin, drummer Chander Sardjoe, and electric guitarist Eivind Aarset, which also provides various electronic treatments. Aytac Dogan plays the zither-like kanun. The four-part "Birds Requiem Suite" is, as expected, the heart of the recording: it introduces it, plays two distinct parts in its middle section, and closes it. There are elemental theme-like qualities in each section, none of them predictable nor pat; neither do they act as mere showcases for Dhafer's virtuosity, but instead are carefully conceived ensemble pieces with the oud at their collective heart, with distinct harmonics, timbres, and interplay. There are seven other compositions as well. "Blending Souls & Shades (To Shiraz)" is the set's longest track. It commences as a sparse folk lament and becomes a labyrinthine jazz improv workout, with a stellar guitar break by Aarset and gorgeous falsetto by Dhafer. "Ascetic Mood" is a slow, brooding trio work for oud, clarinet, and piano. According to Dhafer, "Khira 'Indicium Divinum' Elegy for My Mother" was a spontaneous improvisation between his voice, Molvaer's trumpet, and Randalu's piano. It is easily the most moving and beautiful thing here. Other oud greats, from Rabih Abou-Khalil and Anouar Brahem to Titi Robin and Hamdi Makhlouf, have furthered the instrument's reach and juxtaposed it with jazz, improvised, and other world musics, but Youssef's Birds Requiem - for its range, formal historical considerations, emotional expression, subtle yet distinctive colors and textures, as well as its truly stellar musicianship - has used it to create a musical language that, while readily acknowledging the traditions that have informed it, is truly of his own creation.

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  Соисполнители :

Chander Sardjoe (Drums)
Eivind Aarset (Electronics, Electric Guitar)
Husnu Senlendirici (Clarinet)
Kristjan Randalu (Piano)
Nils Petter Molvaer (Trumpet)
Phil Donkin (Double Bass, Drums)


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   1 Birds Canticum (Birds Requiem Suite)         0:03:16 Dhafer Youssef
   2 Sweet Blasphemy         0:06:03 -"-
   3 Blending Souls & Shades (To Shiraz)         0:09:29 -"-
   4 Ascetic Mood         0:05:40 -"-
   5 Fuga Hirundinum (Birds Requiem Suite)         0:04:19 -"-
   6 Khira: Indicium Divinum (Elegy For My Mother)         0:03:55 Nils Petter Molv?r / Kristjan Randalu / Dhafer Youssef
   7 39th Gu'lay (To Istanbul)         0:06:49 Dhafer Youssef
   8 Archaic Feathers (Birds Requiem Suite)         0:03:00 -"-
   9 Sevdah (To John Hassell)         0:08:00 -"-
   10 Ascetic Journey         0:09:01 -"-
   11 Whirling Birds Ceremony (Birds Requiem Suite)         0:04:46 -"-

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