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Instrument: Oud

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ParisLe grand karaoké lyrique de l'Ensemble Matheus

Various, Handel, Rossini, Verdi, Mozart, Vivaldi, Monteverdi, Brel, Aznavour, Mercury, Lennon
Jean-Christophe Spinosi; Ensemble Matheus; Marie-Nicole Lemieux; Philippe Jaroussky; Florian Boesch

ViennaSchulkonzert: Der Traum vom Orient

Mozart, Rimsky-Korsakov, Saint-Saëns, Nielsen, Grieg, Abado
Vienna Symphony Orchestra; Aziz Shokhakimov; Marwan Abado; EsRAP; Enes Özmen; Esra Özmen
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Beethoven “alla turca” at the Istanbul Music Festival

Beethoven meets Ottoman composer Dede Efendi in a contemporary take on the Pastoral Symphony in Istanbul. 
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Tawadros challenges perceptions of the oud

In a highly virtuosic programme, Jospeh Tawadros challenged our expectations of the oud, through his own improvisatory compositions, as well as in a new commission from Jessica Wells.
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Melodies of Istanbul present a rich blend at Istanbul Music Festival

The complexities of Istanbul's rich culture and history, explored in a heady mixture of music from Bach to Afganistan, played by the Melodies of Istanbul Orchestra, directed by Hakan Güngör. 
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A magical trip to Istanbul

Jordi Savall and Dimitri Psonis display virtuosity and thoughtfulness in bringing us music from the glory days of the Ottoman Empire.
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Las Rutas de los Esclavos: a spell-binding journey

Sounds of Mali, Brazil, Spain, Mexico and Madagascar blended to perfection with Colombia to create a masterpiece. 
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Hespèrion XXI explore war and peace in Baroque Europe

Jordi Savall directs a multi-lingual, multi-cultural voyage through Europe's war-torn past.
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Jordi Savall and Hespèrion XXI explore Balkan music at Cleveland Museum of Art

After a long career performing and recording most of the canon of western European early music, in recent years Jordi Savall has turned his attentions to the relationships of music in the Middle East, northern Africa, Spain and the Balkan countries.
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