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Márta Sebestyén - I Can See The Gates Of Heaven...

Tracklist

1Heritage3:41
2Flower Gatherers7:28
3Good KIng Matthias6:32
4Valiant Knights9:24
5Evening Prayer6:31
6Invocation8:53
7Vision6:10
8Driving Away Sorrow4:00

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SM 001Márta Sebestyén I Can See The Gates Of Heaven... ‎(CD, Album)Viva La MusicaSM 001Hungary2008

Credits

  • Bagpipes, Flute [Shepherd's flutes], Flute [Fujara], Saxophone, Overtone Voice [Overtone chanting], Pipe [Tárogató]Balázs Szokolay Dongó
  • Liner NotesFerenc Sebő
  • Lute [Oriental fretless lute], ZitherMátyás Bolya
  • Mastered ByImre Nyerges András
  • Music ByMárta Sebestyén, Mátyás Bolya, Balázs Szokolay Dongó
  • ProducerLázló Nagy
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByJános Horváth
  • Voice, Tin Whistle, DrumMárta Sebestyén

Notes

©&℗ 2008 Viva La Musica under exlusive license to World Village.
Made in Austria

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 794881933822
  • Matrix / Runout: A0101432728-0101 11 A02
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94Z5

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Viva La Musica
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Viva La Musica
  • Licensed To – World Village
  • Made By – Sony DADC – A0101432728-0101
  • Mastered At – Intersound Stúdió
  • Recorded At – Hungarian Catholic Radio
  • Distributed By – Harmonia Mundi Distribution

Info

Marta Sebestyen is still best known for En Csak Azt Csodalom, the haunting lullaby with an edgy choral backing that was featured in the opening scene of The English Patient, but she has also worked with the Muzsikas band, Peter Gabriel and Deep Forest, with whom she won a Grammy. This new set, the first album she has recorded for her own label in Hungary, is a far more personal affair. The songs are taken from the Hungarian religious and folk traditions, but mixed together so that each track is a medley of sections from different songs. Márta Sebestyén is best known for her work with Muzsikás as well as for her contribution to the soundtrack of The English Patient, but the Hungarian singer has released a number of solo discs. This is a very worthy addition to her canon. With Sebestyén accompanied by two multi-instrumentalists on a range of instruments eight of them as well as her own whistle and drum playing, this is far less stripped-down than it might seem. Released 2009. Find out more about our use of this data, and also our policy on profanity. Find out more about our use of this data. Almost a decade and a half after winning an Oscar and a Grammy Award in the same year, Márta Sebestyén makes another bid for international attention with material sourced from considerably closer to home. I Can See the Gates of Heaven first appeared on her own newly-founded Viva La Musica label in her native Hungary last year, and collects together songs and hymns from the folk and religious traditions of the Carpathian Basin. On this lovely, seasonal album, the voice behind The English Patient gives us a rare piece of musical archaeology. Accompanied by two outstanding musicians on wind and strings, she sings a series of songs, laments and hymns that can still be heard in remote parts of the Carpathian mountains. The often flattened intervals take us right out of our Western European aural comfort zone her timbre has a timeless quality, sometimes skittish, sometimes grave, but always seeming to come straight out of the earth. More about: Archaeology Mountains Music Relics . Listen free to Márta Sebestyén I Can See The Gates Of Heaven Vision, Heritage and more. 8 tracks 52:39. Born in Budapest in 1957, Márta Sebestyén has been an active member of the Hungarian folk music scene from a young age. Considered by some to be the best voice in Europe, she rose to stardo read more. Considered by some to be the best voice in Europe, she rose to stardom when her hauntingly beautiful Szerelem, Szer read more. Promotional clip of the album I Can See the Gates of Heaven in 2008. Márta Sebestyén Hindi lullabye - Продолжительность: 7:árta Sebestyén. 1997 - 13 songs. Én csak azt csodálom Lullabye for Katharine. More albums from Márta Sebestyén. I Can See the Gates of Heaven. Szerelmeslemez - Loverecord. Jeles napok - High Days. Márta Sebestyén Hungarian: born August 19, 1957 is a Hungarian folk vocalist, composer and actress. Sebestyén was born in Budapest, Hungary. Her mother is a composer, and was a music student of Zoltán Kodály. Her father was an economist and author. When Sebestyén was seven years old, her father, returning from a trip to the U. as a visiting professor under a grant from the Ford Foundation, brought home a large collection of ethnic music recordings from the Smithsonian. Marta Sebestyen is one of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful artists in world music. On I Can See the Gates of Heaven, Sebestyen sings songs personally chosen from the extensive Hungarian folk and religious repertoire - songs that have close personal resonance for her and that reflect the proud cultural heritage of the Carpathians. Her accompanying musicians are two of Hungary's finest: Balazs Dongo Sokolay on bagpipes, flutes, saxophone and tarogato and Martyas Bolya on lute and zither. Most popular in the West as the lead singer for the Hungarian group Muzsikas three albums are available from Hannibal Records, Marta Sebestyen has also released several solo albums. among them Apocrypha 1992, which collects songs from three Hunga. read more. similar to. mrtasebestyn Albums. Hungarian Religious And Secular Songs

Márta Sebestyén - I Can See The Gates Of Heaven...

Performer: Márta Sebestyén

Title: I Can See The Gates Of Heaven...

Country: UK

Release date: 2008

Label: World Village

Style: Folk, Népzene

Catalog: 450009

Genre: Folk and World

Size MP3: 2555 mb

Size FLAC: 2627 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 729

Record source: CD, Album

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