MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

MISA ZAPOTECA

MISA ZAPOTECA


Intro

ZAPOTEC COVER FULL

A Polyphonic Mass written in 1636 a Zapotec Indian, heard in the exotic context of Baroque Mexico: the fascinating world of Spanish, Creole, Mestizos, African slaves and Indians, expressing their ethnical diversity in captivating melodies and infectious dances, performed by PHOENIX on period instruments.


The central piece of the concert is the Zapotec Mass, a four-voice work which comprises some of the stylistic traits of Native Mexican composers, and reflects the syncretism of New World influence on the Old World polyphonic tradition. Composed in 1636 by Andrés Martinez, a native of the Zapotec tribe that live in the Southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, the mass was uncovered and transcribed by the musicologist Mark Brill.


"Quite outstanding! I love your combinations of instruments. Your festive approach is exactly what this kind of music needs. The mass is stunning, Well done!" Dr. Mark Brill, editor of the Zapotec Mass

Artists

PHOENIX FotoAndresLacko light

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments

Myrna Herzog - conductor, musical director

 

VOCE PHOENIX
Einat Aronstein, Michal Okon - sopranos
Alon Harari, Avital Dery - altos
Yaacov Halperin - tenor

Zachariah Kariithi - baritone
Assaf Benraf - bass

Ensemble PHOENIX on period instruments:
Shira Ben Yehoshua - shawm, zambomba
Adi Silberberg - recorders, colascione

Raphael Isaac Landzbaum - alto dulcian, recorders
Liron Rinot - sackbut
Alexander Fine - bass dulcian, wind-band leader

Yizhar Karshon - harpsichord, organ
Dara Bloom - violone

Omer Schonberger - baroque jarana, baroque guitar
Myrna Herzog - rabel
Rony Iwryn - percussion

 

Reviews

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 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

ZAPOTEC CD COVER square

 

 

 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

ZAPOTEC CD COVER square

 

 

 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

ZAPOTEC CD COVER square

 

 

 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

ZAPOTEC CD COVER square

 

 

 

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60.00 ₪ each MISA ZAPOTECA

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

ZAPOTEC CD COVER square

 

 

 

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60.00 ₪ each MISA ZAPOTECA

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

ZAPOTEC CD COVER square

 

 

 

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

ZAPOTEC CD COVER square

 

 

 

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60.00 ₪ each MISA ZAPOTECA

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

ZAPOTEC CD COVER square

 

 

 

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60.00 ₪ each MISA ZAPOTECA

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

ZAPOTEC CD COVER square

 

 

 

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Buy the CD here via credit card or Paypal:

60.00 ₪ each MISA ZAPOTECA

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

ZAPOTEC CD COVER square

 

 

 

Buy

Buy the CD here via credit card or Paypal:

60.00 ₪ each MISA ZAPOTECA

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Audio

 This program is just launched as a CD.  For a bird's eye view of the CD click on the image 

ZAPOTEC CD COVER square

 

 

 

Buy

Buy the CD here via credit card or Paypal:

60.00 ₪ each MISA ZAPOTECA

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