- Performer:Pharaoh's Daughter
- Style:Jewish Music,Traditional Middle Eastern Folk,Middle Eastern Traditions,Klezmer
- Date of release:2007
- Recording location:Kaleidoscope Sound
- Size FLAC version1853 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1995 megabytes
- Size WMA version1805 megabytes
- Formats:MMF MIDI RA AIFF DXD WAV
Pharaoh's Daughter - Haran (CD, Album). OY 1. USA, Canada & Europe. Deutsche Grammophon, Cherrytree Records. IPC 132. Eyvind Kang.
The Pharaoh's Daughter, is a ballet choreographed by Marius Petipa to music by Cesare Pugni. The libretto was a collaboration between Jules-Henri Vernoy de Saint-Georges and Petipa from Théophile Gautier's Le Roman de la momie. It was first presented by the Imperial Ballet at the Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre, in St. Petersburg, Russia, on 18 January (30 January) 1862, with the design by A. Roller, G. Wagner (scenery), Kelwer and Stolyakov (costumes).
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Pharaoh's Daughter deploy a rich range of musical colours: Ray-Manzarek-style keyboards on "By Way Of Haran", a frenetic hammered santur solo on "Ka Ribon", kora on "Askinu", spike fiddles and ney flutes elsewhere. Basya Schechter's vocals range from wordless nigun to Biblical, Ladino and Kabbalistic texts. Now compare that to Basya Schechter and her band, Pharoah's Daughter (below) performing Kah Ribon (a piece from their upcoming album "Haran. ) Pharaoh's Daughter is one of the truly talented groups producing new Jewish music today, synthesizing a vast array of musical influences (Indian ragas, Arabic folk, hasidic niggunim) to create something both original yet utterly authentic. SHALOM RAV: Rabbi Brant's blog. This highly anticipated release lives every bit up to expectations, and then some.
Haran means "a road, and its a broad road for Pharaohs Daughter to walk. Beginning with the Sephardic Jewish upbringing of leader Basya Schechter, her travels to countries throughout the Middle East and Europe have created a sound rich in many cultures from many eras. She plays her uniquely tuned guitar, meant to sound like the crossroads between the Turkish oud and Arabic saz.
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The spiritual kid sister of Ofra Haza checks in with something that’s Jewish but sure ain’t Klezmer. Wild stuff that plays with abandon and is sure to grab your ears. Turkish hash bars meet Hasidic Brooklyn juke joints with ‘70’s era psych rock well in to. - J-Sin, Smother intricately detailed, inventive and endlessly surprising. Other Pharaoh's Daughter Albums. Basya Schechter on Tzadik. Voices in the Wilderness. Basya Schechter with B'nai Jeshurun.
Pharaoh's Daughter is an American Jewish world music band from New York City. Formed in 1995 by Basya Schechter, their music is a mix of American folk, Jewish klezmer, and Middle Eastern sounds. Schechter is currently a member of the alternative hip hop group Darshan, together with Rabbi Shir Yaakov Feit and Jewish rapper Eprhyme. Albums by Pharaoh's DaughterSort:By Album A - Z. History of Rock: The 60's, Pt. 5 - wcbs fm 101.
CreditsKarl Berger - Adaptation
Patrice Blanchard - Composer
Martin Cohen - Photography
Michal Cohen - Guest Artist, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Anthony Coleman & Selfhaters - Guest Artist, Piano, Producer
Raquy Danziger - Guest Artist, Kamanche
Michael Dorf - Executive Producer
Al Franken - Engineer
Daniel Freedman - Guest Artist, Percussion
Peter Gannushkin - Photography
Ian Gittler - Photography
Scott Hull - Mastering
Joe Kahn - Photography
Neil Katz - Photography
Mathias Kunzli - Percussion
Alan Kushan - Guest Artist, Santur
Albert Leusink - Engineer
Adam Levy - Guest Artist, Guitar
Jason Lindner - Keyboards, Piano
Meg Okura - Violin
Pharaoh's Daughter - Primary Artist
Mauro Refosco - Guest Artist, Percussion
Frederik Rubens - Guest Artist, Guitar, Mixing, Producer, Vocals
Basya Schechter - Adaptation, Oud, Saz, Vocals
Uri Sharlin - Accordion
Ismet Siral - Composer
Lila Sklar - Guest Artist, Violin
Tomer Tzur - Guest Artist
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|2||Ka Ribon||Pharaoh's Daughter||4:20|
|6||Ven Hermosa||Pharaoh's Daughter||4:19|
|8||Lev Tahor Patrice Blanchard||Pharaoh's Daughter||4:38|