Canticum NovumORIGINAL PROJECTS
- Paz, Salam & Shalom
- Sefardi #2
- Topkapi Istanbul, 1550
- Duo Manaraf
As an "arche" welcoming the diversity of our cultures, our instruments, our melodies and our temperaments, Tapanak, Canticum Novum's new young public creation, takes us to the slopes of Mount Ararat, where a long time ago, an ark was stranded. The castaways tell us then, their new land of welcome.
This musical tale enriched by a video creation invites us to discover the repertoire of melodies of these lands of exchange at the confluence between East and West, through the exploration of the learned and popular music of Armenia, the Balkans and the near east of the end of the middle ages.
Tapanak, տապանակ, means the Ark in Amerian.
Emmanuel Bardon voice
Aliocha Regnard nyckelharpa & fidula
Valérie Dulac fiddles
Spyros Halaris kanun, lute & song
Gwénaël Bihan recorder
Henri-Charles Caget percussions
Marijke Bedleem comedian
La Louce (Marine Delcroix and Vincent Rubin) video creation & scenography
Julien Tauber writing
Remy Fonferrier light creation
Young audience show from 7 years
Duration: 60 minutes
The Ensemble is contracted by the DRAC Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, the Department of the Loire and the City of Saint-Étienne. It is supported by the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region. Canticum Novum receives ad hoc support from FCM, ADAMI and SPEDIDAM.
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