Jordi Savall offers us a musical dialogue between the civilizations of the Mediterranean basin of the medieval era thanks to some of his oldest instruments (a rebab from the end of the 14th century, an Italian lyre and a viola da gamba from the second half of the Fifteenth century). Thus, a Byzantine dance and a Berber song come together, Armenian music and Italian saltarelos, Sephardic songs and royal prints .... Jordi Savall was named UNESCO Artist for Peace in 2008, in recognition of his commitment as a musician to intercultural dialogue. This journey through time, musical and sensory, was filmed in the heart of the Alhambra in Granada, at the Patio de los Arrayanes (The Court of the Myrtles) which offers a sublime contrast between the bright green color of its central basin and the ground (as well as muqarnas / stalactites) in white marble. Running time: 48’ Filmed in July 2020 at the Patio de los Arrayanes, Alhambra, Granada TV direction : Arnaud Lalanne Coproduction Festival Internacional de Musica y Danza de Granada, Oxymore, avec la participation de France3 Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France 3 Corse-Viastella, Mezzo, RTBF
Coproduction compagny : Festival Internacional de Musica y Danza de Granada, Oxymore, avec la participation de France Télévisions
Running Time : 48'
Production Year : 2020
Distribution compagny : Telmondis Distribution
Video Format : 16/9