Concerto Köln/Sarband: Dream of the Orient

Track List

>Introduction to the overture from Mozart's Die Entführung aus dem Serail (improvisation)
>Die Entführung aus dem Serail (The Abduction from the Seraglio): Overture
>Introduction to Marquis de Ferriol's Concerto turco nominato "Izia semaisi" (improvisation)
>Concerto turco nominatio "Izia semaisi"
>Son yürük sema'i
>Le rencontre imprévue (The Unexpected Meeting): Overture
>Introduction to Zurnazen Ibrahim Aga's Ussak pesrevi (improvisation)
>Ussak pesrevi (March of the Soldiers)
>Mahur pesrevi (Janissaries' March)
>Soliman II, or the Three Sultanas: Ballet: Allegro
>Introduction to Hünkar pesrevi (improvisation)
>Hünkar pesrevi (Entrance of the Sultan)
>Soliman II, or the Three Sultanas: Ballet: Marcia del sultano
>Soliman II, or the Three Sultanas: Ballet: Marcia degli schiavi
>Soliman II, or the Three Sultanas: Ballet: Danza di Elmira
>Soliman II, or the Three Sultanas: Ballet: Marcia dei Giannizzari
>Neva Ilahi (Pilgrim Hymn on the Journey to Mecca)
>Soliman II, or the Three Sultanas: Ballet: Marcia di Roxelana
>Introduction to "La coronazione" from Kraus's Soliman II (improvisation)
>Soliman II, or the Three Sultanas: Ballet: La coronazione
>Hüseyni Ilahi (Song of the Dervishes)
>Soliman II, or the Three Sultanas: Ballet: Marcia dei dervisci
>Sinfonia turchesca in C major: Allegro
>Sinfonia turchesca in C major: Adagio
>Sinfonia turchesca in C major: Minuetto. Trio
>Sinfonia turchesca in C major: Finale

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

Music on a Flying Carpet: Concerto Köln, a well-established early music orchestra, and Sarband, founded in 1986 by ethnomusicologist Vladimir Ivanoff, makes the sparks fly in an endlessly fascinating anthology of Turkish and European music derived from Turkish sources. The musical bridge that the two ensembles had built between their respective cultures was greeted so enthusiastically by their audiences that the fruits of their project were released on CD in 2003 - and were reward later that yxear with the prestigious German Echo Award.

New York Times
... a Western period instrument group jams with a Turkish band, setting off sparks and shedding delightful light on whole musical ages and cultures.

Wall Street Journal
The dialectic between the real thing - whose hypnotic, moaning vocalism and exotic harmonies suggest a kind of suspended animation - and its European derivatives creates a stimulating tension Even more intriguing, the European works are performed with Turkish percussion players, whose Eastern sense of rhythm ... makes pieces likr Mozart overture to The Abduction from the Seraglio sound almost as if they're swung by a big band.

Album Notes

Liner Note Author: Detmar Huchting.

Recording information: Melanchthon-Kirch, Cologne (09/2002).

Editors: Gernot von Schultzendorff; Hans-Ulrich Bastin.

Photographer: Jens Van Zoest.



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