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Richard Anstey | 2000 Years in the Footsteps of Jesus

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2000 Years in the Footsteps of Jesus

by Richard Anstey

This album is not at all religious. Instrumental musical impressions of the middle eastern landscapes, and ambiences from the marketplaces and oriental bazaars, to the resonant beauty of big cathedral acoustics.
Genre: World: Middle East Contemporary
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1. On the Via Dolorosa
5:28 album only
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2. The Plains of Megido
8:52 album only
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3. Caravan to Petra
4:15 album only
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4. Balm of Gilead
7:42 album only
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5. Atlantis
5:09 album only
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6. From the River to the Sea
6:13 album only
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7. Road to Dammesek
8:01 album only
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8. Bethlehem Nights
5:29 album only
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9. Wedding Songs
4:44 album only
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10. A Hundred Gates
4:39 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Instrumental musical impressions of the middle eastern landscapes, and ambiences from the marketplaces and oriental bazaars, to the resonant beauty of big cathedral acoustics. These original compositions of Richard Anstey contain a unique blend of ethnic middle eastern instruments played authentically by oriental musicians in a modern fusion with a massive 80 voice London choir, Gregorian men's choir, a boys choir, acoustic and electronic western instruments. Exotic oriental lutes: oud, saz, yali tambur, psaltry, zither and guitar. Ethnic percussion instruments of metal, clay and skin: darbuka, riq, tanake, dumbek, daf, sagat, tabla, bendir, duvul and tof Miriam. Ancient flutes: ney, shepherd's flute and modern bass flute, plus the traditional fiddle, Jew's harp and rams horn shofar.

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