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Morungen

Morungen

Songs From A Visionary Musical


  • Édition: CD
  • Année: 1994
  • N° Réf.: SM 10872
12,00 €  *
TVA incl. Weight: 0.07 kg

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Description
In the center of this musical and spiritual journey stands the historical minnesinger Heinrich von Morungen, who becomes the symbol of a stream of poets and musicians up to the present who have sought and found the sources of their inspiration in the East, beyond Europe’s borders. The melodies of his songs are lost, but his texts and an image have been passed down in the Manesse Codex. A chronicle from the St. Thomas Monastery in Leipzig, where Morungen died in 1222, reports that he made a trip to India. Pursuing an idea proposed by Peter Pannke, musicians from the East and from Europe got together to transform Morungen's texts into the musical traditions of the lands of his visionary journey.

Peter Pannke: voice, sarangi, kemence, djoza, esraj / Barbaros Erköse: clarinet / Farhan Sabbagh: ud, tanbur, riqq, bendir / Fernando Grillo: double-bass / Kamalesh Maitra: tabla, pakhawaj, sarod / Güngör Hosses: darbukka / Annalisa Adami, Laura Patchen: tanpuras
Détails
Contenu du texte: Riqq Solo
Owe war umbe
Ich horte uf der heiden
Taksim on the Clarinet
Si ist ze allen eren
Taksim on the Ud
Vrowe mine smerze siech
Samai Muhayyar
We wie lange soll ich ringen & Sargam
West ich ob es verswiget möchte sin
Soror Mystica
Uns ist zergangen
Durée de la performance: 67'30"
EAN: 4010228108729
Maison d'édition: Wergo
In the center of this musical and spiritual journey stands the historical minnesinger Heinrich von Morungen, who becomes the symbol of a stream of poets and musicians up to the present who have sought and found the sources of their inspiration in the East, beyond Europe’s borders. The melodies of his songs are lost, but his texts and an image have been passed down in the Manesse Codex. A chronicle from the St. Thomas Monastery in Leipzig, where Morungen died in 1222, reports that he made a trip to India. Pursuing an idea proposed by Peter Pannke, musicians from the East and from Europe got together to transform Morungen's texts into the musical traditions of the lands of his visionary journey.

Peter Pannke: voice, sarangi, kemence, djoza, esraj / Barbaros Erköse: clarinet / Farhan Sabbagh: ud, tanbur, riqq, bendir / Fernando Grillo: double-bass / Kamalesh Maitra: tabla, pakhawaj, sarod / Güngör Hosses: darbukka / Annalisa Adami, Laura Patchen: tanpuras
Contenu du texte: Riqq Solo
Owe war umbe
Ich horte uf der heiden
Taksim on the Clarinet
Si ist ze allen eren
Taksim on the Ud
Vrowe mine smerze siech
Samai Muhayyar
We wie lange soll ich ringen & Sargam
West ich ob es verswiget möchte sin
Soror Mystica
Uns ist zergangen
Durée de la performance: 67'30"
EAN: 4010228108729
Maison d'édition: Wergo