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Joglaresa 5 Vocalists with medieval folk instruments

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Programme:

Convent of Las Huelgas, Spain C14th Verbum bonum/Vinum bonum
Traditional Judeo-Spanish, Morocco Djirineldo, Djirineldo
Traditional Judeo-Spanish, Bosnia Una matika de ruda
Traditional Judeo-Spanish, Morocco Al pasar por Sevilla
Cantiga de Santa Maria, Spain C13th Sola fusti senlleira
Ibn Zuhr of Seville (d. 1198) Ayyuha s saqi from Muwashshah
Traditional Judeo-Spanish, Turkey Esta mutanya d’enfrente
Arabic/Judeo-Spanish, Morocco Bailava en Tetuán
Cantiga de Santa Maria, Spain C13th Estampida (instrumental)
Convent of Las Huelgas, Spain C14th Flos/Virgo viget/Castrum pudicicie
Traditional Judeo-Spanish, Morocco La novia entre las flores
Convent of Las Huelgas, Spain C14th Salve porta/Salve salus/Salve sancta parens
Cantiga de Santa Maria, Spain C13th Estampida (The “Killer Rabbit” instrumental)
Traditional Judeo-Spanish, Balkans Durme, Durme
Wallada bint al-Mustakfi of Cordoba (d. 1091) Taraqab idha janna
Traditional Arab-Andalusian Tahmila (instrumental)
Traditional Judeo-Spanish, Balkans A kasar el rey salia
Llibre Vermell de Montserrat, Spain C14th Cuncti simus concanentes
Traditional Judeo-Spanish, Balkans Hija Hermosa sin ventura

Friday 17th November 2017 at 7.30 pm

The Courtenay Centre, Kingsteignton Road, Newton Abbot TQ12 2QA (map)

Joglaresa Cheerful Quintet

Directed by Belinda Sykes, this London-based ensemble has been playing since 1992. Now well-established, they are particularly interesting for the way in which they imaginatively push, and often transcend, the limits of what is often thought of as early music.

They were the first medieval band to develop a programme of songs entirely devoted to Mary Magdalen, and they were pioneers in programming medieval Jewish and Arabic texts for otherwise more-commonplace Iberian and Crusades programmes - their Crusades programme (The Scimitar and the Sword) represents the voices of Judaism and Islam alongside the Christian viewpoint, and their Arts Council-award-winning programme of medieval Hebrew/Arabic/Spanish song (Dreams of Andalusia) includes songs by medieval Arab-Andalusian poets and Spanish-Hebrew poets.

Joglaresa in teal coloured costume

Their work focuses on connecting ancient and traditional musics but, rather than create a 'fusion' or a surreal mix of these styles, they aim to use their combined experiences (upbringings drenched in traditional Irish, English, Maghrebi, Balkan and Middle Eastern music) to create a homogenous sound - Joglaresa members spent years in North Africa and the Middle East absorbing the best traditional tunes, learning the local languages (Arabic and Hebrew).

Joglaresa in red coloured costume

Their performances include the Aldeburgh Festival, York Early Music Festival, London's Lufthansa Festival, the Queen Elizabeth Hall (London), St David's Hall (Cardiff), London's Barbican Centre, Sana'a & Aden (Yemen), Brezice Early Music Festival (Slovenia), Istanbul, Amsterdam International Festival of Jewish Music, Chinchilla Early Music Festival; tours in Germany, Belgium, Italy and Holland. Numerous radio broadcasts - the world over... www.joglaresa.com