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The Moorish king passing through the city of Granada

Paseavase el rey moro (Narvaez)
Cavalleros de Alcala (Cancionero de Palacio)
La rosa enflorece (Sephardish song)
Fantasia (Milan)
En memoria de Alixandre (Cancionero de Palacio)
Gazal (andalusi egypcio)
Isabel (Mudarra)
Qué es de ti desconsolado? (Cancionero de Palacio)
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Si me llaman a mi (Mudarra)
Claros y frescos rios (Mudarra)
Una sanosa porfia (Cancionero de Palacio)
Soy contento y vos servido (Encina)
De Anteguera sale el moro (Fuenllana)
El rey de Nimrod (Sephardish song)
Muashaja
Paseavase el rey moro (Pisador)

PASEAVASE EL REY MORO POR LA CIUDAD DE GRANADA
(The Moorish king passing through the city of Granada)

In the year 711 the Arabs entered the Peninsula from north Africa. During eight centuries of living together with the Christians and Jews, there was a great cultural development based on the mutual enrichment. In 1492 the Catholics reconquered Granada and completed Ģla Reconquistaģ. Some years after thousands of Muslims and Jews were expelled from the peninsula by the Catholic Kings. This was the end, but the cultural richness still remained in the character of each form of art in the Spanish renaissance.

The intention of Sepharad is to transmit to the public the common points of these three cultures through the music of this time. The collaboration of Al Tarab is something special in this concert, because it represents an important part of this story.

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XXIV International Festival ORIENT et OCCIDENT 10 - 13 October in Tartu & Tallinn

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 The monument of G. Hackenschmidt

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Taiji Yang style trainings 

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FA Schola presents:
CD "Music from the Time of Marco Polo"

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FA Schola presents:
CD "The Sound of
Medieval Flute"