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Sarband

Sarband The group’s name Sarband stems from Persian and Arabic, and denotes an improvised coupling of two parts within a musical suite. Bulgarian musician Vladimir Ivanoff founded Ensemble Sarband in Germany, in 1986 and has been pursuing an archaeology of complex connections ever since.

Above all, Sarband endeavors to show all possible connections between European music, and Islamic and Jewish music-culture. Both sensitively and intensely, Sarband celebrates the symbiotic relationship between the Middle East and the West.

Discography

Mystères (Jaro Medien, 1989)
Cantico (Jaro Medien, 1990)
Music of the Emperors (Jaro Medien, 1992)
Llibre Vermell de Montserrat (Jaro Medien, 1994)
Sephardic Songs (Jaro Medien, 1995)
Sepharad (Deutsche Harmonia Mundi, 1996)
Fallen Women (Jaro Medien, 1998)
Danse Gothique (Jaro Medien, 2000)
Alla Turca Oriental Obsession (Jaro Medien, 2001)
Dream of the Orient (Jaro Medien, 2003)
Pilgrims of the Soul (Jaro Medien, 2003)
Sacred Bridges (Jaro Medien, 2005)
The Waltz (Archiv Produktion, 2005)
Satie En Orient (Doumtak, 2005)
Vox Feminae ( World of Sarband, 2006)
The Arabian Passion according to J. S. Bach (Jaro Medien, 2009)
All Roads lead Home – Christmas Compilation (The Muse Alliance, 2016)
What the World Needs Now (The Muse Alliance, 2018)

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