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MAJID BEKKAS ''MOGADOR'' (MARRUECOS, 2004)

22/12/2010 08:19 0 Comentarios Lectura: ( palabras)

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MAJID BEKKAS 

''MOGADOR''

(MARRUECOS, 2004) @

Mogador مــوكـَـادور ? Majid Bekkas مــاجــد بــقــّـاس

MAJID BEKKAS: "Mogador" (patrocinado por Casa Árabe)

Majid Bekkas presenta su último trabajo, 'Mogador', en el que el intérprete fusiona los ritmos tradicionales 'gnaoua' con influencias Arabes, jazzys y del blues más profundo.

Bekkas y su cuarteto "insuflan una nueva dimensión internacional a la música 'gnaoua' nacida en el sigloXVI, casi ignorada por el mundo occidental, pero conservando intactos ciertos aspectos propios como laespiritualidad, el pentatonismo y los instrumentos tradicionales, a los que suman la guitarra, el ney y lakawala (flauta oriental), el laúd y percusiones africanas".

Bekkas compone e interpreta un auténtico y fascinante blues marroquí, con una melancolía y una fuertehuella de la tradición musical que vehicula a través del guembri, la guitarra y su voz, armónicamentefusionado con la más pura percusión africana.

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Some moments are magic. Some aspects of humanity are fortunate. Some music sets the heart in time. The music of Majid Bekkas is all that: magic, humane, profound. This record, his second, reflects that. It offers roots and openness, tradition and modernness.

He starts by offering us some beautiful traditional melodies in the broad and powerful style of his master, Ba Houmane, the mââlem* that taught him the essence of gnawa. Majid's voice joins that of his elder and all the gnawi** masters that have been connecting deepest Africa to the mysticism of the Orient.

Music and lay instruments - such as the guembri that is so rudimentary yet reveals such extreme beauty in the hands of Majid - create their own space and time. Another trip arrives. The blues. Jazz chords follow. We are in the universal. Roots lead towards the top, where the tree is biggest and the fruits the ripest.

So it's only normal that Majid Bekkas should continue, in this record as in his other recordings and concerts, to dialogue with the most talented musicians from the blues and jazz scenes. This is the case again on this record, as his group of gnawi from Rabat are joined by the pianist Charles Loos, the guitarist Paolo Radoni, trumpet player Flavio Boltro and the percussionist Serge Marne. A dialogue all the richer as Majid has, in addition to his traditional background, a solid musical knowledge and is a multi-instrumentalist (guembri, oud****, molo, guitar). Like the previous one "African Gnaoua Blues", this release consists of 5 traditional and 5 original composition

The music of Majid Bekkas is magic, humane, profound. This record, his second, reflects that. It offers roots and openness, tradition and modernness. He starts by offering us some beautiful traditional melodies in the broad and powerful style of his master, Ba Houmane, the mââlem that taught him the essence of gnawa... Another trip arrives. The blues. Jazz chords follow. We are in the universal. So it's only normal that Majid Bekkas should continue, in this record as in his other recordings and concerts, to dialogue with the most talented musicians from the blues and jazz scenes. This is the case again on this record, as his group of gnawi from Rabat are joined by the pianist Charles Loos, the guitarist Paolo Radoni, trumpet player Flavio Boltro and the percussionist Serge Marne. A dialogue all the richer as Majid has, in addition to his traditional background, a solid musical knowledge and is a multi-instrumentalist (guembri, oud, molo, guitar).Like the previous one, this release consists of 5 traditional and 5 original compositions

Guests:

imageFlavio Boltro trompetCharles Loos pianoPaolo Radoni guitar

Majid Bekkas (oud, guembri, molo, g, voc)Flavio Boltro (tp)Rachid Zeroual (nei)Abdelkader Amlil (guembri, voc)Hassan Zoutai, Abdessadek Bounhar (qarqabou, voc)Paolo Radoni (g)

Charles Loos (p)

Serge Marne (perc, dr)

Source

Morceaux1 Bossoyo 09:422 Barma soussandi 05:263 Chabakrou 05:294 Aalach ya dounia 04:425 Moussaoui 07:426 Soye 09:267 Mogador 09:248 Soudan yebki 05:469 Balade à Niamey 08:2510 Nekcha 06:34

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