Music Of The Ancient Sumerians, Egyptians & Greeks

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Music Of The Ancient Sumerians, Egyptians & Greeks
Orchestra/Ensemble: De Organographia
Label: Pandourion
Composer: Anonymous, Urhiya, Puhiya
Publication date: 1999

Format / Quality: *.MP3 + Booklet (*.jpg) / 192 Kbps
Size: 79,4 MB

Цитата:
Philip Neuman, Gayle Stuwe Neuman combine astute musicology, performance practice and instrument crafting in the realization of this amazing collection of music from 1950 BC to 300 AD. From the world’s oldest notated music, vocal renderings are accompanied with performed lyres, kithara, pandoura, double reed pipes, flutes and other ancient instruments.
The album consists of 3 parts of Ancient World Music:
– Ancient Greek Music newly founded at Oxyrhinchus in Egypt (world premiere recording);
– Sumero-Babylonian Music from ancient city Ugarit (XIII century B.C.), including the oldest notated music in the history of humankind;
– Egyptian Music reconstructed after descriptions by Plutarch and Apuleius.
Greek Music From Egypt
01 – Musical Excerpts – Anon. (2nd C. AD)
02 – Lament – Anon. (2nd or 3rd C. AD)
03 – Fragment 1 – Anon. (2nd C. AD)
04 – Paean – Anon. (3rd or 4th C. AD)
05 – Trochaic Fragment – Anon. (3rd C. AD)
06 – Four Settings from Menander’s ‘Epitrepontes’ – Anon. (3rd C. AD)
07 – Excerpts mentioning Eros and Aphrodite – Anon. (2nd or 3rd C. AD)
08 – Musical excerpt – Anon. (3rd C. AD)
09 – Hypolydian excerpt – Anon. (2nd or 3rd C. AD)
10 – Fragment 3 – Anon. (3rd C. AD)
Sumero-Babylonian
11 – A Zaluzi to the Gods – Anon. (c. 1225 BC)
12 – Hurrian Hymns 19, 23 – Anon. (c.1225 BC)
13 – Hurrian Hymns 13, 12 – Urhiya-Anon. (c. 1225 BC)
14 – Hurrian Hymn 2 – Anon. (c. 1225 BC)
15 – Hurrian Hymn 8 – Urhiya (c. 1225 BC)
16 – Hurrian Hymn 5 – Puhiya(na) (c. 1225 BC)
17 – Hurrian Hymn 4, 21, 22 – Anon. (c. 1225 BC)
18 – Hurrian Hymn 7, 10 – Anon. (c. 1225 BC)
19 – Hurrian Hymn 16, 30 – Anon. (c. 1225 BC)
20 – Musical Instructions for ‘Lipit-Ištar, King of Justice’ (c. 1950 BC)
Egyptian Music
21 – Trumpet Call, after Plutarchl – Anon Plutarch
22 – Isis Sistrum Rhythm – Anon Apuleius
23 – Theban banquet scene – Anon. (14th C. BC)
24 – Harp Piece (A) – Anon. (7th or 6th C. BC)
25 – Harp Piece (B) – Anon. (7th or 6th C. BC)
Bocklet (*jpg)

part 1
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