Vox Feminae. Female Paths to Spirituality
Sarband





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World of Sarband

2006








1. Qolo dHut  [1:51]
2. Den ljuse dag  [4:01]
3. Abo dKochto  [2:18]
4. O plena gracia  [2:17]   Codex Las Huelgas   Hu  139
5. Pris ware gud  [3:09]
6. Lhenso eloyo  [2:22]
7. Deo confitemini  [2:28]   Codex Las Huelgas   Hu  131
8. En herredag  [2:25]
9. Abo dKochto  [2:55]
10. Casta catholica  [2:08]   Codex Las Huelgas   Hu  134
11. Fa fa mi re  [1:15]   Codex Las Huelgas   Hu  177
12. Deo confitemini  [1:29]   Codex Las Huelgas   Hu  131
13. Hit o Jesu  [3:13]
14. Shub hou  [2:47]
15. Quis dabit  [1:56]   Codex Las Huelgas   Hu  170
16. Abo dKochto  [1:50]
17. Benedicamus  [1:08]   Codex Las Huelgas   Hu 30  (Benedicamus Domino II)
18. Te shbo htou  [7:20]
19. Den signade dag  [2:05]
20. Shub hou  [2:00]
21. Amano morio  [2:14]
22. Lhenso eloyo  [2:25]
23. Yawno tlito  [2:07]





SARBAND
Vladimir Ivanoff

Miriam Andersén (Sweden) — voice & gothic harp
Fadia el-Hage (Lebanon) — voice
Vladimir Ivanoff (Bulgaria - Germany) — ud & percussion


Ensemble Sarband
Vox Feminae
Female Paths to God in Medieval Oriental & Occidental Music


Songs from the Early Christian Oriental repertoire,
sacred songs from rural Sweden,
early polyphony from the Spanish Codex Las Huelgas.

In this program we pursue the female paths towards the cognition of God
in early and traditional sacred music from Orient and Occident:
The direct path of the heart
in traditional Early Christian music of the Middle East
and in rural songs from Northern Sweden.
Complex contemplation in medieval polyphony
as sung by
the noble and literate nuns of Las Huelgas monastery.

Miriam Andersén (Sweden)
and Fadia el-Hage (Lebanon)
perform songs from their own oral traditions
and join in the written tradition from the Spanish Codex Las Huelgas.







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