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Ivory Consort sound clips added
« on: Apr 8th, 2003, 5:58pm »
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We have added an entry for the Ivory Consort on the EMC Recordings page (in a new section tentatively titled "More Sound Clips," for groups outside the usual EMC coverage area), together with four sample sound clips from that group.
 
The Ivory Consort, founded and directed by Jay Elfenbein, is an ensemble that specializes in medieval music performed in an exciting and historically informed manner. For over ten years, they have brought ancient music to life on stage and over the radio with stunning clarity and brilliant improvisation.
 
The sample sound clips are from the Ivory Consort CD Music in the Land of Three Faiths, which presents a fascinating mosaic of songs from the Golden Age of Spain, when Jews, Muslims, and Christians forged a common musical language. The CD features songs from the 10th through 13th Century in Ladino, Hebrew, Arabic, Galician-Portugese, Catalan, and Latin, and celebrates the intermingling of cultures that took place before the 1492 Expulsion.
 
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