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Poem of a Cell, Vol. 3: Divine Love

Various Artists

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Eternal Love
Fumio Yasuda; Joachim Badenhorst; Fumio Yasuda; Forma Antiqva; Aarón Zapico
Requiem, Op. 48  
V. Agnus Dei (Arr. F. Yasuda)
Gabriel Fauré; Fumio Yasuda; Kettwiger Bach Ensemble; Forma Antiqva; Wolfgang Kläsener; Aarón Zapico
Nisi Dominus, RV 608  
Cum dederit (Arr. S. Winter)
Antonio Vivaldi; Stefan Winter; Joachim Badenhorst; Forma Antiqva; Aarón Zapico
Unity with the Divine
Fumio Yasuda; Fanny Winter; Joachim Badenhorst; Fumio Yasuda; Forma Antiqva; Aarón Zapico
Requiem, Op. 48  
VII. In paradisum (Arr. F. Yasuda)
Gabriel Fauré; Fumio Yasuda; Kettwiger Bach Ensemble; Forma Antiqva; Wolfgang Kläsener; Aarón Zapico
IV. Pie Jesu (Arr. F. Yasuda)
Gabriel Fauré; Fumio Yasuda; Fanny Winter; Kettwiger Bach Ensemble; Forma Antiqva; Wolfgang Kläsener; Aarón Zapico
Ni Wewe Tu
Rajab Suleiman; Saada Nassor; Saada Nassor; Rajab Suleiman
Battle over Aleppo
Fumio Yasuda; Joachim Badenhorst; Fumio Yasuda; Forma Antiqva; Aarón Zapico
Fragment of Choral
Fumio Yasuda; Forma Antiqva; Aarón Zapico
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    56:14
The album “Divine Love“ completes the trilogy “Poem of a Cell.” Vol. 1 interprets excerpts of “Song of Songs“ from the Hebrew Bible, Vol. 2 deals with the love poems of the Christian nun Mechthild of Magdeburg. Vol. 3 transforms theses after Rabi’a of Basra into sounds and music and presents as a matching counterpart arrangements of Gabriel Fauré’s “Requiem“ and Antonio Vivaldi’s “Cum Dederit.” Rabi’a of Basra lived around 714 and 801 and is known as a Muslim saint and Sufi mystic. She was the first one who expounded the doctrine of Divine Love: “All love aims at the essence of unity. The highest love aims at eternal unity. I am searching for my lover, not his splendor of gifts, not visions, miracles and power over the material world.“ The wonderful Zanzibarian singer Saada Nassor celebrates in a duet with qanun player Rajab Suleiman the magic and mysticism of Rabi’a of Basra. Fumio Yasuda’s “Elternal Love“ is the opening track of the album which unfolds a mysterious positive force. On the contrary ”Battle over Aleppo“ reflects the greatest of tragedies our times. “Poem of a Cell“ is about desire and spite, longing and disgust, violence and lenity, destruction and salvation, separation and unification, innocence and guilt, permission and suppression, woman and man.
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