The album From Jerusalem to Cordoba by Catherine Braslavsky and Joseph Rowe L'album De Jérusalem à Cordoue de Catherine Braslavsky et Joseph Rowe L'album De Jérusalem à Cordoue de Catherine Braslavsky et Joseph Rowe
From Jerusalem to Cordoba CD
De Jérusalem à Cordoue
(From Jerusalem to Cordoba)
A Voyage in Time and Space to discover the richness of Mediterranean Traditions.
Songs in arabic, judeo-spanish, ancient greek etc. Gregorian chant, troubadour songs, Cathar prayer...
Label: Ad Fontem/A la Source
Catherine Braslavsky, chant, compositions, dulcimer, tanbura
Joseph Rowe, oud, darabuka, bendir mbira, tibetan bowls

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    The CD of the spectacle of this name, which has been performed over 500 times in seven countries. A celebration of the religious and mystical traditions of the Mediterranean, from ancient Judaism and Paganism, to medieval Christianity and Islam. Chants in HebrewAramaicLatinGreekOccitan, and Arabic. Instrumental accompaniment with Middle Eastern percussion, oud, dulcimer, Tibetan bowls, Indian tanbura, and African mbira. Ancient and original compositions. Poetic and story texts in English or French. Original writing and texts by Meister EckhartIbn 'ArabiYehuda Halevi, Hildegard of Bingen, etc.

"Through chant, Catherine Braslavsky plunges to the source, and speaks to us of the very foundations of humanity. ."

– Michel Cazenave
"Les vivants et les dieux"

  1. Hymn to the Muse 1:14 
       (Ancient Greek) 
  2. Abinu (Sephardic) 2:01
3. D'où êtes-vous ?2:53
      (Thomas' Gospel)
  4. Quant voi la flor novele 5:07
Mwashah Lamabada 3:20
Cathar Prayer1:15
 Iustus Germinabit 3:32
 Ilono (The Tree of Life) 4:16
Spiritui Sancto 2:56
       (Hildegard von Bingen, 12th c.)
 Ave Generosa 5:17
       (Hildegard von Bingen, 12th c.)
 In Te Sum3:57
 La Vida (Sephardic) 4:00
 Al-Andalusi / Ibn Arabi* 4:06
(Our Lord's Prayer in Aramaic)

* composition by Catherine Braslavsky
** composition by 
Joseph Rowe