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(World Fusion, Ethnic Jazz) Amine Mraihi & Hamza Mraihi (feat. Boston String Quartet and other guests) - Perpetual Motion {Network 495134, Germany} - 2011, FLAC (image+.cue) lossless

(World Fusion, Ethnic Jazz) Amine Mraihi & Hamza Mraihi (feat. Boston String Quartet and other guests) - Perpetual Motion {Network 495134, Germany} - 2011, FLAC (image+.cue) lossless
Треклист:
Amine & Hamza - Perpetual Motion
Жанр: World Fusion, Ethnic Jazz
Страна-производитель диска: Germany
Год издания диска: 2011
Издатель (лейбл): Network Medien GmbH / Network (Worlds of Music)
Номер по каталогу: 495134
Аудио кодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 01:04:11
Источник (релизер): собственный рип с оригинального фирменного CD (Darkman)
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да (всё что было - отсканил, 300 dpi)
Треклист:
1. Café Tunis 6:46
2. Ya Nari 6:51
3. Omar 8:59
4. Meni Nessi 6:02
5. All the things you are not 8:17
6. Vis-à-vis Café Tunis 3:50
7. My secret garden 6:32
8. The challenge 8:10
9. Perpetual Motion 8:41
Tracks 2-5, 7-9 recorded at Ulysson Studio, Tunis (Sound Engineer: Khaled Ben Younes)
Track 1 and 6 recorded at Stayna Studio, Krakow (Sound Engineer: Bartek Magdon)
Personnel:
Amine Mraihi - Oud
Hamza Mraihi - Kanoun
Maroua Kriaa - Vocals
Sarah Wood - Violin
Nidhal Jebali - Violin
Lilina Belknap - Viola
Robin Ryczek - Cello
Quentin Dujardin - Guitar
Goran Milosevic - Percussions
... etc ...
 
Лог создания рипа (EAC Log)
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EAC extraction logfile from 4. September 2011, 8:00
Amine & Hamza / Perpetual Motion
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Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)
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PERFORMER "Amine & Hamza"
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TRACK 01 AUDIO
TITLE "Cafe Tunis"
PERFORMER "Amine & Hamza"
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 02 AUDIO
TITLE "Ya Nari"
PERFORMER "Amine & Hamza"
INDEX 00 06:44:20
INDEX 01 06:46:19
TRACK 03 AUDIO
TITLE "Omar"
PERFORMER "Amine & Hamza"
INDEX 00 13:34:33
INDEX 01 13:37:20
TRACK 04 AUDIO
TITLE "Meni Nessi"
PERFORMER "Amine & Hamza"
INDEX 00 22:34:16
INDEX 01 22:36:36
TRACK 05 AUDIO
TITLE "All the things you are not"
PERFORMER "Amine & Hamza"
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INDEX 01 28:39:04
TRACK 06 AUDIO
TITLE "Vis-a-vis Cafe Tunis"
PERFORMER "Amine & Hamza"
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TRACK 07 AUDIO
TITLE "My secret garden"
PERFORMER "Amine & Hamza"
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TRACK 08 AUDIO
TITLE "The challenge"
PERFORMER "Amine & Hamza"
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TITLE "Perpetual Motion"
PERFORMER "Amine & Hamza"
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INDEX 01 55:29:68
 
Editorial Review @ Amazon
Amine and Hamza, two brothers from Tunisia, are celebrated worldwide as geniuses on their instruments, the oud and the kanun. After training with the great masters in Tunisia, Morocco and Turkey, they recorded their first albums at the age of 16 and 17 respectively. Five albums have followed since, but Perpetual Motion is surely their masterpiece. In these new works, Arab and western modern classicism meet, leaving ample room for improvisation. This wonderful project is enriched by the singing of Maroua from Tunisia and contributions from virtuoso musicians on flamenco guitar, flute and oriental percussion instruments.
 
Network Medien GmbH
Amine & Hamza « Perpetual Motion »
International: 495134
Amine and Hamza, two brothers from Tunisia, are celebrated worldwide as geniuses on their oriental instruments, the oud, a short-necked lute, and the kanun, a zither. Having trained with the great masters in Tunisia, Morocco and Turkey, they recorded their first CD at the age of 16 and 17 respectively; five more were to follow.
Perpetual Motion is surely their masterpiece. They themselves call it “a new vision of contemporary world music that attempts to break down borders and barriers.” In their new works modern Arab classicism meets the western modern classicism of the Boston String Quartet, with the filigree compositions leaving ample scope for improvisation.
This wonderful project is enriched by exquisite guests: on the slow pieces the clear hovering voice of Maroua from Tunisia in the Desert Blues style, plus virtuoso musicians on flamenco guitar, the earthy-warm sound of a flute and oriental percussion instruments.
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The Tunisian musicologist Abd Ltfi Ben Brahim wrote about this project:
"The strings of Amine’s oud and of Hamza’s kanun co-mingle and invite us on a transcendent journey during which the still vivid memory of the oriental heritage blends with the fiery élan of the present.
These embrace in a perpetual movement, in the rhythm of a beat dictated by the breath of life, with its passions, its silences, its seductive temptations.
A journey that awakens all the senses, exuding the aroma of jasmine or outlining the arabesques of Moorish architecture.
The string quartet supporting the melodic line forms a bridge between Orient and Occident: an invitation to cohabit in a better, multicultural world."
To our friend and master, our eternal inspiration, and especially to the father that you are to us. May our musical disputes never end! Amine & Hamza
 
option-magazine.com
Amine & Hamza: Perpetual Motion (Network)
By Bill Tilland
June 15th, 2011
Tunisian brothers Amine and Hamza M’raihi, who play the oud and qanun (zither), respectively, are seasoned musical veterans well versed in the Arabic classical tradition. But their curiosity has prompted them to pursue a vision of contemporary world music which, as they state, “attempts to break down borders and barriers.” Perpetual Motion came out last year, but you probably haven’t heard of it, because it comes without the marquee value of world-music projects attached to superstars like Paul Simon, Peter Gabriel or Sting.
Experiments of this sort often have mixed results, especially when stars from various cultures are thrown together into a kind of jam-band format with few guidelines and limited rehearsal time. But this fully realized effort has no such issues or deficiencies. The M’raihi brothers are the primary instrumental focus throughout, Hamza’s qanun bringing a bright sound similar to the eastern European version of instrument, although here it is plucked and strummed rather than beaten with hammers. It pairs nicely with the deeper, darker sound of Amine’s oud. To embellish individual tracks, the brothers enlisted a handful of skilled, sympathetic musicians on vocals, guitar, clarinet, flute, percussion, and the Boston String Quartet, arranged by Polish pianist Nikola Kollziejczyk. He uses the strings effectively – even dramatically at times — but always in a supportive role, providing sensitive backing for the M’raihi brothers’ sparkling melodic oud-qanun interplay.
The blend is seamless, with no musical element calling undue attention to itself. One piece, “All the Things You Are Not,” utilizes only a cello; another, “Vis-à-vis Tunis,” employs just a touch of clarinet, flute and wordless vocal to support Hamza’s melody line on the qanun. When the full string quartet appears midway through “My Secret Garden” and “Challenged,” its entrance is altogether natural and unforced. Two slower tracks, “Ya Nari” and “Meni Nessi,” utilize a beguiling combination of improvisational interplay from the brothers, soulful vocals from Maroua Kriaa and haunting ensemble playing from the strings and, in the latter piece, piano. Another track, the flamenco-influenced “Omar,” gives guitarist Quentin Dujardin a chance to shine as he interacts with the brothers.
Perpetual Motion is a thoughtful, sophisticated musical hybrid that succeeds on every level. It should be of interest not only to world-music enthusiasts but to any discerning music lover. Highly recommended.
Source: http://option-magazine.com/2011/06/15/amine-hamza-perpetual-motion-network/
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