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Concert at the Margravial Opera House

01.11.2019


World Music in Fusion - Setlist

With and by: Jaehyo Chang, Eunkyung Kim, Tao Ravao, Childo Tomas, Matchume Zango

Curated by Prof. Dr. Ute Fendler

  1. DUETO Gayageum Sanjo

Gayageum is one of the most representative traditional instruments in Korea. Sanjo is one of the most representative repertoires in folk music. Sanjo is a genre in folk music that starts with a very slow tempo and gets really fast to the end.

Enkyung Kim plays a slow part of Gayageum Sanjo.

  1. CHIVOKOVOKO

Chivokovoko is a one-string-instrument from the province of Gaza in Mozambique. In this composition, it comes with a melody that includes new techniques that brings it close to the sound of violin. It is accompanied by Citende (one string instrument from Southern Africa), Gayageum, Valiha (Madegassan harp) and the electronic Jangu.

  1. SOA

This piece is played on the KABOYS – a traditional luth of Madagascar

  1. MFUNDISA MAZIVE

Mfundisa Mazive is the name of a pastor who heard people crying in the street over the loss of a family member. He wants to support them in their sorrow by prayers. The family thanks the pastor for his help. 

  1. AKORIABE

Played on Valiha, a taditional harp of Madagascar, but with a new, unusual tuning

  1. CHO HON

A song from Korea calling the spirts.

  1. PASSAPORTE

The song tells the story of the police continuously controlling migrants.

  1. FELICIDADE

The story about a woman who is happy to live in a place where she can feel free, but at the same time, those who have the power to help can turn into enemies

  1. MTSITSO WA WUBINDI

This song is the second introduction of an orchestra “chopi” of timbilas

  1. WATA MCANDE

This piece tells the story of the leader of a community who comes to greet his people. He wishes that they were living in the present without any anger or hate towards others.

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