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Christina Pluhar and L'Arpeggiata — Mediterraneo (2013)

 Christina Pluhar and L'Arpeggiata — Mediterraneo (2013)

Christina Pluhar and L'Arpeggiata — Mediterraneo
≡  Christina Pluhar est une musicienne autrichienne, harpiste, luthiste et joueuse de théorbe.
Born: 1965 in Graz, Austria
Location: Graz, Hague, Basel, Milano
Album release: March 8, 2013
Record Label: Virgin Classics
Format: CD+DVD
Duration:     66:14/93:00
Tracks:
01 Are mou rindineddha     4:36
02 Sem saber     3:26
03 Hasapiko     2:18
04 Tres sirenas     3:42
05 Hicâz Mandira     4:42
06 Pizzica di San Vito     2:21
07 Amygdalaki tsakisa     4:20
08 La Dama d'Aragó     3:40
09 Amor de mel, amor de fel     3:06
10 Günes & Ay     3:38
11 De Santanyí vaig partir     3:57
12 Rosa negra no meu peito     2:44
13 Thalassa lypisou     3:34
14 Oriamu Pisulina     3:06
15 O Pajem     3:29
16 Sfessania     2:58
17 Agapimu fidela protini     3:09
18 Cantigas de portugueses     2:58
19 Los delfines     4:30
DVD:
01. Are Mou Rindineddha 
02. Sem Saber 
03. Hasapiko 
04. Tres Sirenas 
05. Are Mou Rindineddha (Trailer)
Including BONUS DVD (limited DELUXE edition only)
MEMBERS/CREDITS:
L’Arpeggiata – Christina Pluhar
Mísia – voice (Portugal)
Nuria Rial – soprano (Catalonia)
Raquel Andueza – soprano (Spain)
Vincenzo Capezzuto – voice (Italy)
Katerina Papadopoulou – voice (Greece)
Doron Sherwin – cornett
Margit Übellacker – psaltery
Sarah Ridy – baroque harpe
Marcello Vitale –baroque guitar, chitarra battente
Quito Gato – guitar
David Mayoral – percussion
Francesco Turrisi – harpsichord, percussion
Boris Schmidt – double basse
Special guests:
Sandro Daniel Costa – Portuguese guitare (Portugal)
Daniel Pinto – fado viola (Portugal)
Sokratis Sinopoulos – lyra (Greece)
Nikolaos Mermigkas – lavta (Greece)
Aytaç Dogan – qanun (Turkey)
Ismail Tunçbilek- saz (Turkey)
Christina Pluhar – theorbo & direction
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Abdülaziz, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire  Composer
Raquel Andueza  Soprano (Vocal)
Anonymous  Composer
Anonymous, Portuguese  Composer
Chico Aragao  Photography
L'Arpeggiata  Ensemble, Primary Artist
Marco Borggreve  Photography
Vincenzo Capezzuto  Vocals
Sandro Daniel Costa  Guitar
Hughes Deschaux  Engineer, Mastering, Mixing
Aytaç Dogan  Composer, Qanoun
Mireille Faure  Digital Editing
Quito Gato  Arranger
Carlos Gonçalves  Composer
Vasco Graça-Moura  Text
Alexandre Johnston  Liner Note Translation
Charles Johnston  Liner Note Translation
Eric Larrayadieu  Photography
Alfredo Marceneiro  Composer
David Mayoral  Composer, Percussion
Nikolaos Mermigkas  Turkish Lute
Mísia  Text, Vocals
Katerina Papadopoulou  Vocals
Carlos Paredes  Composer
Fernando Pessoa  Text
Daniel Pinto  Guitar (12 String)
Diego Pisador  Composer
Christina Pluhar  Arranger, Conductor, Editing, Liner Notes, Primary Artist
Raul Portela  Composer
Merçé Rial  Photography
Núria Rial  Soprano (Vocal)
Marc Ribes  Design
Sarah Ridy  Baroque Harp
Amália Rodrigues  Text
Boris Schmidt  Composer, Double Bass
Socratis Sinopoulos  Arranger, Lyra
Fernando Teles  Text
Traditional  Composer
Catalan Traditional  Composer
Greek Traditional  Composer
Italian Traditional  Composer
Ismail Tunçbilek  Composer, Saz
Marcello Vitale  Baroque Guitar, Chitarra Battente, Composer
Website: http://www.arpeggiata.com/ / Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Christina-Pluhar/290647410957400
Wikipedia: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christina_Pluhar
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Review by James Manheim  (Editor rating: ****)
≡  This release by the early music group L'Arpeggiata and its leader, lutenist Christina Pluhar, seems to encompass two separate goals, only partly laid out in the handsomely illustrated booklet notes. First is an illustration of the idea that, as the notes put it, "the sea does not separate cultures, it connects them." Jordi Savall and others have released albums that cut across a wide swath of Mediterranean lands from Turkey to Spain (and around to Portugal), finding in them a traditional music that responds well to improvisatory practice, shows the continuing influence of musical practices from the Arab and Ottoman worlds, and reflects a lyric impulse and a tendency toward accompanied vocal song. Pluhar adds different singers and musicians onto her core group according to the national origin of the music, a noteworthy and innovative practice that gets the listener to hear commonalities and differences in a fresh way. The second goal is more unusual: Pluhar and company explore the common roots of these practices in Greek music, demonstrated by the persistence of the Greek language and a large repertory of orally transmitted song in southern Italy, on the Salento peninsula on the east coast of southern Italy, and also in Calabria. These songs are sung in a language called Griko, essentially an Italian dialect of Greek. This music, and even the language itself, is sufficiently obscure to attract attention to the album by themselves, and "Greco-Salentino" songs, with everything transliterated and translated in the booklet, are lovely. The album's perhaps of a bit more interest to speculative world music fans than to serious devotees of old Mediterranean song: Pluhar's female vocalists don't have quite the power needed to take command of the material. But the instrumental group L'Arpeggiata is a remarkably flexible, breathing instrument, and the entire project gets major points for sheer originality.
Fortaken: http://www.allmusic.com/
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In french:
≡  Traverser la Méditerranée en musique, etre grisé par l’onde et les voix fabuleuses de Mísia, Nuria Rial, Vincenzo Capezzuto, Raquel Andueza ou Aikaterini Papadopoulou, sillonner les confins du bassin de notre civilisation, entendre le sable crépiter a l’écoute des tarentelles, chantées en grec comme on le faisait en Calabre et en Sicile dans les villages gréco-albanais a l’époque baroque…
≡  C’est la croisiere que vous proposent Christina Pluhar et l’Arpeggiata ; vous naviguerez du Portugal a la Turquie, aux abords des côtes grecques, tunisiennes et italiennes, bercés par les vagues et le dialogue enchanteur des instruments a cordes pincées de la tradition méditerranéenne (qanun, saz, lyra et lavta grecques, guitare portugaise…)  avec les cordes baroques de l’Arpeggiata.
≡  Soleil et poésie sont au cour de la nouvelle odyssée de Christina Pluhar !
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Produktbeschreibungen:
Kurzbeschreibung:
≡  Christina Pluhar an mediterranen Küsten: Mediterraneo mit Mísia, Nuria Rial und vielen anderen
≡  Wie Perlen an einer Schnur reihen sich um das Mittelmeer die Länder und Kulturen - und eine Fülle verschiedenster Musikstile, die allesamt einen großen „Sound Europas“ bilden, bestehend aus Stilen wie Fado, Fandango, Tarantella und vielem mehr. Christina Pluhar, ihr Ensemble L'Arpeggiata und eine Starbesetzung an Gesangssolisten gehen mit dem Album Mediterraneo auf die Reise und vereinen Traditionen aus Portugal, Katalonien, Spanien, Italien und Griechenland. Christina Pluhar knüpft damit an ihr Erfolgsprojekt Los Pájaros Perdidos an, das sie nach Südamerika führte.
C≡  hristina Pluhar hat absolute Spitzenstars aus den jeweiligen Ländern zu diesem Album eingeladen, das nur auf den ersten Blick ein Crossover-Projekt darstellt. Denn sehr tief sind die Verwurzelungen zwischen Barock und landestypischen Klängen. Die weltberühmte Fado-Königin Mísia übernimmt den por-tugiesischen Part des Programms, die gefeierte Sopranistin Nuria Rial ist für Katalonien zuständig, ihre aus Pamplona stammende Kollegin Raquel Andueza für Spanien. Vincenzo Capezzuto und Katerina Papadopoulou repräsentieren Italien und Griechenland. „Das Meer trennt die Kulturen nicht, sondern verbindet sie“. Dieses Motto, das Christina Pluhar diesem Projekt voller Melancholie und überschäumendem Temperament voranstellt, wird in den vielen Farben und Rhythmen unmittelbar lebendig. Es ist eine Reise durch pittoreske Meereslandschaften, detailreich und sonnenbeschienen, voller Kontraste - aber vereint durch das große Meer in Europas Mitte.
Christina Pluahr – Mediterraneo
≡  "Eine dramaturgisch wunderbar aufgebaute Reise durch den Mittelmeerraum." hr2-kultur, 28.03.2013
≡  "Ein bunter, warmer Hörgenuss"  Stuttgarter Nachrichten, 04.04.2013
≡  "Mit farbigen Improvisationen und mitreißenden Rythmen beschwört die Lautenistin und Leiterin des Ensembles L’Arpeggiata Bilder von atemberaubenden Landschaften herauf." Rondo, 02/2013
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Biography by Robert Cummings
≡  While Christina Pluhar established a highly successful career as a multi-faceted instrumentalist in early music and Baroque repertory, she has come to be identified in the 21st century as the founder and music director of the vocal/instrumental ensemble L'Arpeggiata. Not surprisingly, Pluhar leads this group in similar repertory, but with a focus on Italian fare and with the infusion of jazz and folk elements. Pluhar has mastered several different though similar instruments: Baroque guitar, Renaissance lute, archlute, theorbo, and Baroque harp. She has appeared in performance playing them, both as soloist and continuo player, throughout Europe, the U.K., and Australia and with many famous early music ensembles such as Concerto Köln and La Fenice. She has appeared both as soloist and with L'Arpeggiata on numerous recordings for such labels as Alpha Productions, EMI, and Naïve.
≡  Christina Pluhar was born in Graz, Austria, in 1965. She studied lute at the Royal Conservatory of Music in The Hague, where her teachers included Toyohiko Satoh. She had further studies with Hopkinson Smith at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel, Switzerland, and Mara Galassi at the Scuola Civica di Milano.
≡  Pluhar moved to Paris in 1992 and began performing regularly with such ensembles as Les Musiciens du Louvre, La Grande Écurie et la Chambre du Roy, Les Musiciens du Louvre, and many others. From 1993, she conducted master classes at Graz University, and from 1999 has served as professor of Baroque harp at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague.
≡  Throughout the 1990s Pluhar steadily built her performance career and in 2000 founded L'Arpeggiata. Based in Paris, the ensemble, consisting of about ten members, performs on original instruments, despite its jazz and folk additions.
≡  Pluhar chose some of the finest artists in Europe as members, including Italian folk singer Lucilla Galeazzi, Baroque guitarist Marcello Vitale, and cornettist Doron David Sherwin. She led L'Arpeggiata virtually to overnight success with its first CD, La Villanella (a collection of Giovanni Kapsberger vocal works), issued to great acclaim the year it was founded.
≡  From 2007, Pluhar has led L'Arpeggiata in joint concerts with such ensembles as the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. Concerts in Sydney that year and a return appearance in 2010 were highly praised affairs. Among Pluhar's more acclaimed recordings is her 2011 Virgin Classics CD of Monteverdi's Vespro della Beata Vergine, with L'Arpeggiata.
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Discography:
„La Villanella“, Musik von Johann Hieronymus Kapsberger (Villanelle), erhielt die Auszeichnungen „Événement du mois“ und den «Premio Internazionale del disco per la musica italiana». (Alpha, 2001)
„Homo fugit velut umbra“, Musik von Stefano Landi, erhielt die Auszeichnungen der Musikpresse «10 de Répertoire» von «Diapason Découverte», «CD of the week» bei der BBC, «CD di mese» bei «Amadeus» (Italien), «Prix Exellentia» bei Pizzicato (Luxemburg). (Alpha, 2002)
„La Tarantella“, eine Begegnung von Barockmusik mit traditioneller Musik Süditaliens, erhielt die Auszeichnungen «10 de Répertoire», «CD de la semaine» bei France Musique, «CD des Monats» bei «Toccata» (Deutschland) und den «Cannes Classical Award 2004». (Alpha, 2002)
„All’Improvviso“, eine Begegnung von Jazz und Barockmusik (Alpha, 2004)
„Rappresentatione di Anima e di Corpo“, Musik von Emilio de’ Cavalieri in Co-Produktion mit dem Festival „Netwerk Oude Muziek“, Utrecht (Alpha, 2004).
„Los Impossibles“, spanische und mexikanische Musik des 17. Jahrhunderts, mit den King’s Singers und anderen Solisten (Naïve, 2007)
„Monteverdi – Teatro d’Amore“ mit Werken von Claudio Monteverdi und den Sängern Philippe Jaroussky, Nuria Rial und anderen (Virgin, 2009) wurde mit dem Echo Klassik Preis 2009 und dem Edison Klassik Preis 2010 ausgezeichnet.
„Via Crucis – Rappresentatione della gloriosa Passione di Christo“ mit Philippe Jaroussky, Nuria Rial und Barbara Furtuna (Korsika) (Virgin, 2010) wurde mit dem Echo Klassik Preis 2010 und dem Preis ICMA 2011 ausgezeichnet.
„Monteverdi – Vespro della Beata Vergine“, 1610 (Virgin, 2011)
„Los Pájaros Perdidos - The South American Project“, (Virgin, 2012)
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