sabato 28 luglio 2012

Karloma - Music From Palestine (2001)

Karloma is a trial of musical outlooks. Its members belong to different musical cultures, but meet spiritually in Palestine , the place of our beginning and a country of such magnetism that we all find ourselves inextricably tied to it, no matter where we are in the world. The first CD, Karloma, was a combination of original compositions by Ahmad Al-Khatib, and pieces taken from the repertoire of classical Arabic music, but with the ethos of Karloma running like a thread throughout. Twisting and turning, delicate calligraphic ornamentation and improvised moments of truth arise from solid musical ideas and forms. These days they continue to find voice and inspiration in the older repertoire, but they are focusing more and more on playing original pieces by members of the group.

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Karloma - Music From Palestine (2001)

Each piece in this CD is a well-furnished musical experience based on a simple melody. Around this basic line is a plethora of images, intertwining sounds and playful ornamentations, which can be interpreted by the listener in many ways.

01. Sama'i Shat araban : Tanbouri
02. Longa HijazKar : Saboukh Efendi
03. Zawalif : Ahmad Al Khatib
04. Silk Road : Ahmad Al Khatib
05. Sama'i Muhhayer Kurdi : Sai’di Ishillay
06. Zeina : Mohammad Abdul Wahhab
07. Once upon a time : Jamil Bashir
08. Zar : Ahmad Al Khatib
09. Kelmet Atab : Ahmad Al Khatib
10. The Flying Bird : Mounir Bashir


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