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    Hakem Guest

    Thumbs up Izak Algazi Efendi

    Here they are my friends!

    Source CD: Osmanlı-Türk ve Osmanlı-Yahudi Musıkisinin Büyük Sesi
    Label: Kalan (2004)

    This CD is divided into 3 sections:
    1. Türk musıkisi plakları (tracks 1-12) songs in Turkish
    2. İbranice Güfteli Dini İcralar (13-20) religious songs in Hebrew
    3. Yahudi İspanyolcası İle dindişi şarkılar (21-24) songs in Ladino

    ===
    I include:
    track 1: Hicaz gazel
    track 4: Bayati gazel: "Sana Dil Verdimse..."
    track 7: Muhayyer gazel: "Aman Nazre-i Taban-ı Çeşmanı..."
    track 21: Ay mancebo, ay mancebo (in Ladino)

    I am thankful to Najib who gave me this CD.

    Enjoy with joy!
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    AmbroseBierce Guest

    إفتراضي

    Thanks, Hakem, for sharing these songs. I'll refrain from banging my head to the wall - it might disturb my sense of hearing ;-) - and that I need to appreciate these jewels. If it was in an Indian concert I would shout "shabash" after almost every phrase Algazi is singing here.

    Ah, by the way, is there any info on the CD about who has composed the songs?

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    تاريخ التسجيل
    Mar 2006
    الإقامة
    California
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    إفتراضي Thanks

    thanks alot,

    the man's singing is magnificent (and though I don't know anything about turkish makam theory, I'm guessing his seyir is also impeccable).

    I have managed to refrain from any head banging this time, but after that mind-numbingly beautiful slip into mezza voce he did in the bayati gazel, I was darn close.

    Amr

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    Hakem Guest

    إفتراضي

    إقتباس المشاركة الأصلية بواسطة AmbroseBierce
    Thanks, Hakem, for sharing these songs. I'll refrain from banging my head to the wall - it might disturb my sense of hearing ;-) - and that I need to appreciate these jewels. If it was in an Indian concert I would shout "shabash" after almost every phrase Algazi is singing here.

    Ah, by the way, is there any info on the CD about who has composed the songs?
    Almost all of my covers and written info about the CD are currently in storage in London. Since i moved to Paris for a year or so I don't have except the CDs on MP3. Do you have this CD? If not, shall I post it all?

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    theoudman Guest

    إفتراضي

    I have 2 cds of Izak Algazi, I dont think this track appears on either of them.
    To answer you question Ambrose, the gazels are improvisations so they dont list a composer. But some of the other tracks on the same cd were composed by Tanburi Ali Efendi, Haci Arif Bey and others
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    آخر تعديل بواسطة theoudman ، 15-03-2006 الساعة 13:31

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    تاريخ التسجيل
    Jul 2005
    الإقامة
    London
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    إفتراضي If

    your CDs are different, please post them.

    This guy is a fantastic singer.

    Thanks
    Najib

  7. #7
    AmbroseBierce Guest

    إفتراضي

    I have one more album by Isaac Algazi: "Sweet Singer of Israel" published by Wergo in 2002. This has liturgical music, songs for Sabbath, songs for Jewish festivals, Maftirim songs (songs of the Portuguese synagogue of Edirne based on makams), religious songs and folk songs in Judeo-Spanish language (Ay mancebo, ay mancebo among them) and one Zionist hymn. Should I add from this album?

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    تاريخ التسجيل
    Jul 2005
    الإقامة
    London
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    إفتراضي Hi

    Definitely not the Zionist hymn :-)

    But something like Ay Mancebo is on Makam huseyni, and very tarabic.

    So if you want to put one track as an example it will be great, and then we'll take it from there!

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    Hakem Guest

    إفتراضي

    Yes please Ambrose!

  10. #10
    AmbroseBierce Guest

    إفتراضي

    You guys keep me away from my bed! But it is a pleasure for me to upload this fantastic singer, though it is difficult to choose. I can't but at least upload two songs.

    The first (No.9 on the CD) is "Ha-yom harat 'olam", "This is the day in which the world was called into existence". I quote from the booklet:
    "A text from the Rosh Hashanah mussaf service, sung after the blowing of the shofar. The Sephardim employ different melodies for the performance of this text. Algazi sings here a melody in makam Segâh."

    The second piece (No.14 on the CD) is "Kiddush le-Shavu'ot", "Sanctification for Pentecost".
    "A magnificent cantorial performance where Algazi displays his full vocal palette. In contrast to most of the repertory in this collection, he employs here modulations from makam to makam to stress key words. The piece starts in makam Acem Asiran, and the strongest modulation occurs with the words zeman matan toratenu ("the time in which our Torah was given"), where he shifts to makam Beste Nigar."
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    آخر تعديل بواسطة AmbroseBierce ، 17-03-2006 الساعة 02:16

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