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Al Farabi - Sabâ kâr-ı nâtık, ilâhîler, Gregorian hymns Album

Performer: Al Farabi
Genre: Folk & Country
Title: Sabâ kâr-ı nâtık, ilâhîler, Gregorian hymns
Country: Netherlands
Released: 01 Mar 2001
Label: PAN Records
Catalog Number: PAN 2073
FLAC version ZIP size: 2745 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1871 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2161 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 578


1Muhammed'e bir gece 4:01
2Decora lux 2:24
3Merhabâ ey hule 3:37
4Ey benim lebbeyk 3:00
5Bir garibsin hu dünyada 1:42
6Buyruk senim 3:53
7Lucis Creator 3:34
8Hostis Herodes impie 2:19
9Firkatin nâriyle 1:50
10Pange lingua 2:05
11Biçareyim 2:30
12Caelestis aulae nuntius 1:50
13Ahık olan cigerin 2:15
14Cenâb-ı pâkine 3:57
15Quodcumque in orbe 3:50
16Ey Hudâ, ben eylerim2:02
17Benedictus es 2:30
18Zâhidâ sûret 3:39
19Tamamlattı sabâ 13:06
20Ben yürürum 5:49
21Söyle sakla 3:21


  • Ney, Tambura, Def, DavulJoost Rekveld
  • OudYanni Kyriakidis
  • SynthesizerWouter Swets
  • ViolaMagnus Robb
  • Violin, GidzhekKamil Abbas
  • Vocals, Def, DarbukaRoel Sluis


Recorded and edited live directly on a two-track digital master recorder with two microphones in special stereo setting without any mixing, adaptation or artificial echo by Boyd Noorda at Dutone Studio, The Hague on 7, 14 and 21 March 2000, 27 April 2000, 23 and 24 May 2000, 22 February 2001, 20 September 2001, 16 October 2001.
Liner notes —Wouter Swets
Ttranslation introduction—Michael Collins
Photographs—Ilse Schrama (portrait Al Farabi); copyright control (Blue Mosque in Istanbul)
Hymni—Anonymi, arr. Wouter Swets (2, 4, 7, 9, 12, 14, 20)
Ilâhîler—Anonymus, reconstr. Wouter Swets ; Ken’an Rifai Büyükaksoy (3, 8); Sultan Selim III, reconstr. Wouter Swets ; Dellalzade Ismail, reconstr. Wouter Swets ; Dogan Ergin ; Anonymus ; Eyyübi Ali Rizai Hengel ; Wouter Swets ; Bolahenk Nuri Bey ; Yusuf Çelebi, reconstr. Wouter Swets ; Zekâi Dede (19, 21)
Kâr-ı nâtık—Zekâi Dede, reconstr. Wouter Swets
Design—Rein Spoorman
Digital mastering—Joop Wesselius, Wesselius Audio BV
Executive producer—Bernard Kleikamp
q 2001 Paradox
© 2001 Parallax (1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20)


  • Barcode: 713958207321


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