Sarband & Fadia El-Hage | The Arabian Passion According to J.S. Bach

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The Arabian Passion According to J.S. Bach

by Sarband & Fadia El-Hage

The baroque precision and complexitiy of J.S. Bachs Passions meets the spontaneity of Arab music and Jazz in a unique crossover project by a multicultural Ensemble.
Genre: Classical: Bach
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1. Erbarme Dich (Have mercy)
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7:10 album only
2. Mein Jesus schweigt zu falschen Lüge Stille (My Jesus holds his pece before false lies)
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2:28 album only
3. Geduld, Gedult! (Patience, Patience!)/Taqsim
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6:20 album only
4. Jesus von Nazareth (Jesus of Nazareth)
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2:58 album only
5. Nay-Taqsim/O goße Lieb (oh great love)
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6:34 album only
6. Können Tränen meiner Wangen nichts erlangen (If the tears on may cheek are of no avail)
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10:32 album only
7. Taqsim/Wenn ich einmal soll scheiden (When I one day maust depart)
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5:01 album only
8. Wir haben ein Gesetz (We have a law)
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3:24 album only
9. Aljaum (Today)
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6:34 album only
10. Wir haben ein Gesetz (We have a law)
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6:43 album only
11. Mein teurer Heiland (My precious Saviour)
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7:18 album only
12. Und weinte bitterlich (and wept bitterly)
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13. Es ist vollbracht! (It is accomplished!)
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4:46 album only
14. Ich bin's, ich sollte büßen (It is I, I should atone)
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3:29 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
SARBAND is a unique ensemble, assimilating the stimuli of different musical cultures into its performances. The repertoire encompasses not only medieval music from the Orient and Occident, but also staged productions of Baroque and contemporary music.
SARBAND was founded in March 1986 by musicologist and musician Dr. Vladimir Ivanoff, mainly with the goal of demonstrating the relationships between European early music and the musical cultures of Islam, as well as their considerable consequence for contemporary music. SARBAND is an international project with artists from Iran, Germany, Italy, France, Bulgaria, Hungary, Turkey, Lebanon, Iran, and the USA.
SARBAND's unique profile as an ensemble, combining historical performance with non-Western practices, has led to the development of innovative formats for its concerts. In recent years, SARBAND has performed in numerous international festivals, for widely differing audiences, from Early Music to Rock and Jazz.


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