Istanbul - Dimitrie Cantemir
- Featured: Jordi Savall
- Release Date: 1/12/2010
Jordi Savall's new release is mainly based on "The Book of Science of Music," published in 1710 by the Moldavian prince Dimitrie Cantemir, after many years spent in Istanbul. This unique manuscript enables US to discover rare jewels of Turkish traditional music. This city portrait of Istanbul would not have been complete without selections from the fascinating Armenian and Sephardic repertoire that was so familiar in Istanbul during this time.
|Title:||Istanbul - Dimitrie Cantemir|
|Composers:||American Traditional, Anonymous, Anonymous, Alí H'äce (Ali Hoca), Anonymous, Baba Mest, Anonymous, Barde Ashot, Anonymous, Barde Sayat Nova, Anonymous, Edirne'li Ahmed, Hakan Güngör, Hespèrion XXI, Kantemiroglu, Sephardic Traditional|
|Performers:||Derya Turkan, Georgi Minassyan, Haig Sarikouyoumdjian, Hankan G g r, Hankan Gügör, Pedro Estevan, Yurdal Tockan|
|Label:||Alia Vox Spain|