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Paz, Salam & Shalom

Paz, Salam & Shalom

This ancient music reminds us that the body and the soul are bound to each other. (…) While making history vivid, it reminds us that it is our differences that create beauty. (…) This music offers itself to whoever wants to discover it, with its inventiveness and its audacity. (…) Paz, Salam & Shalom is so freshening. It is a lesson of harmony that comes from the past.” adapted from Gilles Granouillet.

Here is a journey out of time, which starts in the XIIIth century. In a territory where the Arab, Sephardic and Spanish communities live together, trying to find harmony in spite their differences. It is music that unites them and opens them to each other’s cultures. Its result is still vivid after 800 years of acceptance, with its message of respect and tolerance.

 

Distribution :
Barbara Kusa, Yves Bergé, Emmanuel Bardon voice
Valérie Dulac vièle & lire d’archet
Emmanuelle Guigues vièle & kamansheh
Aroussiak Guevorguian kanun
Gwénaël Bihan flûte à bec
Philippe Roche oud
Henri-Charles Caget, Ismaël Mesbahi percussions

3 singers & 9 instrumentists

 

Las Estrellas de los cielos – Instrumental Séfarade (Alexandrie)
Por allí paso un cavallero – Séfarade (Turquie)
Santa Maria – Cantiga 100 – Alfonso X el Sabio
Danza ritual – Instrumental Algérie
Ir me quiero – Séfarade (Jérusalem)
A Virgen – Cantiga 223 – Alfonso X el Sabio
Des oge mais – Cantiga 1 – Alfonso X el Sabio
El Rey de Francia – Séfarade (Esmirna)
Ductia – Cantiga 123 – Alfonso X el Sabio
Noches Buenas – Séfarade (Jerusalem)
Todolos Santos – Cantiga 15 – Alfonso X el Sabio
Muito faz gran ero – Cantiga 209 - Alfonso X el Sabio

Press

Emmanuelle Giuliani, La Croix, 22 août 2016

Un tissage extrêmement bien conçu de pièces instrumentales et vocales, parfois drôles, voire impertinentes, parfois enivrantes par leur virtuosité, parfois très émouvantes aussi [...] Seule ou en duo avec Emmanuel Bardon, soutenue par une équipe d’instrumentistes brillantissimes, elle (Barbara Kusa) a su en quelques secondes captiver le public venu en nombre dans l’église d’Asquins, à quelques kilomètres de Vézelay.

Discography

Paz, Salam & Shalom

Paz, Salam & Shalom


Emmanuel Bardon direction
Barbara Kusa, Emmanuel Bardon, Yves Bergé voices
Valérie Dulac fiddle & lyra bow
Emmanuelle Guigues fiddle & kamancheh
Gwenaël Bihan recorders
Philippe Roche oud
Remi Cortial oud & bandolim
Aroussiak Guevorguian kanun
Henri-Charles Caget, Ismaïl Mesbahi percussions

Ambronay, 2012

Paz, Salam & Shalom journeys music at the crossroads of the Middle Ages, intersecting Jewish, Christian and Islamic influences. Touching the heartbeat, the lost harmony, of a constantly evolving humanity, Emmanuel Bardon and Canticum Novum conjure a revitalising experience, the 'perfect union between earth and heaven'.


Videos

Por alli paso un cavallero

August 2011 - Excerpts of the DVD "Paz, Salam, Shalom".


Migragres fremosos

Cantiga 37 - Anfonso X el Sabio


Santa Maria

"Santa Maria" excerpts of the DVD "Paz, Salam, Shalom" - August 2011


Las estrellas de los cielos

August 2011 - excerpts of the DVD "Paz, Salam, Shalom"


Audio

Muito faz gran ero

antiga 209, Cantigas de Santa María, Alfonso X el Sabio
Extract of the CD Paz, Salam & Shalom (Ambronay 2011)


Miragres fremoso

Cantiga 37, Cantigas de Santa María, Alfonso X el Sabio (1221-1284)
Extract of the CD "Paz, Salam & Shalom" (Ambronay 2011)


Por alli paso un cavallero

Sefardí, Turquía
Extract of the CD "Paz, Salam & Shalom" (Ambronay, 2011)


El Rey de Francia

Sefardí, Esmirna (Turquía)
Extract of the CD "Paz, Salam & Shalom" (Ambronay 2011)


Folders

Paz, Salam & Shalom
Paz, Salam & Shalom

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