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La Roza enflorese with Quatuor Alfama

La Roza Enflorese plays with the Quatuor Alfama to perform a Judeo-Spanish repertoire with polyphonics from the Spanish Renaissance and original compositions by Philippe Malfeyt on Pablo Neruda’s poems.

Sephardi romances, Spanish Renaissance and original compositions

This CD witnesses the exile of a people, but also the exile hearts.
Longing of a country, wandering of a desperate heart, rejection of a world made of appearances... so many forms of exile that inspired this CD.

In order to follow the marks of a diaspora favourable to cultural encounters, La Roza Enflorese associate with Quatuor Alfama to perform a Judeo-Spanish repertoire with polyphonics from the Spanish Renaissance and original compositions by Philippe Malfeyt on Pablo Neruda’s poems.

La Roza Enflorese :
EDITH SAINT-MARD voice
BERNARD MOUTON flutes
PHILIPPE MALFEYT vihuela, oud, lauta
ANNE NIEPOLD accordion
VINCENT LIBERT percussions

Quatuor Alfama :
ELSA DE LACERDA fidl
CÉLINE BODSON fidl
MORGAN HUET alto
RENAAT ACKAERT cello

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  • Ir me queria yo por este caminico

  • Las vidas

  • Arvoles lloran por lluvia

  • Tramontana

  • Mi muerte contra la vida

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