This recording came to fruition thanks to nearly 25 years worth of effort. In 1997, Marcel Pérès and his Ensemble Organum began a simultaneous exploration of the Mozarabic rite (the liturgical chant peculiar to the Christians living in Spain at the time of Arab rule) and of the Samaa spiritual practice of Morocco. Setting aside the theological differences between the two faiths, the artists discovered a great deal of kinship between the two forms of musical expression. This veritable utopia, gave birth to idea for this recording.
This recording came to fruition thanks to nearly 25 years worth of effort. In 1997, Marcel Pérès and his Ensemble Organum began a simultaneous exploration of the Mozarabic rite (the liturgical chant peculiar to the Christians living in Spain at the time of Arab rule) and of the Samaa spiritual practice of Morocco. Setting aside the theological differences between the two faiths, the artists discovered a great deal of kinship between the two forms of musical expression. This veritable utopia, gave birth to idea for this recording.
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Rel. Date: 06/25/2021
UPC: 3149020939116

In memoria eterna
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1. Récitatif. Zidni bifarti
2. Ouverture de la messe mozarabe Per gloriam nominis tui Christe filius dei vivi
3. Appel à la prière musulmane. Allaho akbar
4. Alleluia. Verset
5. Beatus homo
6. In omnem terram exivit sonus
7. Laetatus sum
8. Introït. Benedicam te
9. Prosule. Ahmadou al hadi
10. Alleluia. Verset
11. ??? ß??se?? ????a?e
12. Prosule. Tarakto baba arraja
13. Récitatif. In medio ecclesie aperuit os ejus
14. Os iusti meditabitur justitiam
15. Levavi oculos meos in montes
16. Alleluia
17. In memoria eterna erit justus

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This recording came to fruition thanks to nearly 25 years worth of effort. In 1997, Marcel Pérès and his Ensemble Organum began a simultaneous exploration of the Mozarabic rite (the liturgical chant peculiar to the Christians living in Spain at the time of Arab rule) and of the Samaa spiritual practice of Morocco. Setting aside the theological differences between the two faiths, the artists discovered a great deal of kinship between the two forms of musical expression. This veritable utopia, gave birth to idea for this recording.