Stephan Athanas & the ContempArabic Jazz Ensemble | Nûba Hsìn - Jazzsuite en neuf mouvements

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Nûba Hsìn - Jazzsuite en neuf mouvements

by Stephan Athanas & the ContempArabic Jazz Ensemble

World Jazz
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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1. Istiftâh, Msaddar
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2. Dkhûl
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3. Abyat
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4. Dkhûl 2
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5. Btâyhî
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6. Tûshya
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7. Introduction
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8. Barawîl
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9. Draj
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10. Khafif
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11. Introduction 2
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12. Khatm
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The "ContempArabic Jazz Ensemble" was founded in 1996 when composer and bassplayer Stephan Athanas visited Egypt for six months and studied Arab music. Today it consists of musicians from Tunisia, France and Switzerland. Compositions and Arrangements of Arab music make part of the CAJE's repertoire and make arise positively the Ensemble out of the pool of so called "Worldmusic" groups. Three CD's are available so far: "Welcome to Egypt", "Nûba Hsìn - Jazzsuite en neuf mouvements" und "Malûf, Malfûf & Groove" (www.cdbaby.com) The musicians of the CAJE live in different cultures (Tunisia, France, Switzerland) and only meet several times a year for concert tours, which makes sure, that the musical roots are interpreted with great authentecy.

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Middle Eastern Jazz? Does not sound good but they work it out well!
Great job on this cd. Keep up the good work!
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Tamara Turner, CD Baby


An absolutely exquisite marriage between Middle Eastern tradition and modern jazz combo. With mesmerizing female vocals, beautifully weaving and diving and dipping around through embellishments and ornamentation, half playfully, half intentfully, the composite sound of Stephan Athanas & the ContempArabic Jazz Ensemble ranges from smoky and serious to light and frolicsome. This is a breathtaking meeting of worlds that manages to honor both traditions separately while also creating a third world worthy of pause and admiration. Quite a stunning record.
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