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Far Away Lands - The Medieval Sephardic Heritage


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1. Siete Hijos Tiene Hanna
2. 'Ay De Mi!' Dize El Buen Padre
3. Puncha, Puncha
4. Por La Tu Puerta Yo Passi
5. Oh, Que Relumbror De Novia Hermoza
6. Durme, Durme
7. Estampie: Por Que Llorax Blanca Nina
8. Delgadina
9. La Madre D'Esta Novia
10. Entre Las Huertas Paseando
11. Porque No Cantais La Bella?
12. La Malcasada Del Pastor
13. Dos Amantes
14. Esta Montana D'Enfrente
15. Yo M'Enamori
16. El Marido Disfrazado

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Superb and beautiful! 10 May 2001
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The Sephardic Jews lived in medieval Spain, and later in North Africa and the Ottoman Empire. As a long-time fan of Sephardic music, I can say that this is one of the best interpretations of Sephardic songs that I have ever heard. The songs have essentially been recorded in live, single takes, to recapture the essence of the folk elements in Sephardic music. This approach works very well, and the result is convincing and very moving.
The singing is excellent, and the instrumental accompaniments show great virtuosity. They include such exotic instruments as the 'ud (Middle Eastern lute), psaltery, Arabic drums, medieval harp, recorder, and fiddle. Tim Rayborn's playing is amazing, showing proficiency with a number of wonderful instruments.
Ensemble Florata have produced an excellent recording with crystal clear sound. If you are looking for a good introduction to this beautiful and haunting music, you can do no better than to start with this CD. Highly recommended.
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