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Tuesday, April 5th 2011, 4:01am

Jerusalem, the city of both Peace: the celestial Peace and the ground Peace

Magic and timeless journey, soufies musics in the Hebraic lamentations. THE TRUMPETS OF JERICHO
It is by the crash of the trumpets of Jericho (1200 BC) that opens " Jerusalem, the city of both Peace: the celestial Peace and the ground Peace ".

Sanctified by three monotheist religions of the Mediterranean Sea, Jerusalem was fast transformed into a called and wished city, target pilgrims of all kinds. Some came to her in smell of peace and the others with whole armies guilty of besieging, of setting on fire, of ruining... Jerusalem was more destroyed of forty times during its long history(story).

Jordi Savall and Montserrat Figueras, accompanied with prestigious narrators, of musicians agents of oral traditions and illustrious trainings(formations) such as Hespèrion XXI and Capella Reial playing on instruments of time(period), presents the historic adversities of Jerusalem in a frieze of texts and Jewish, Arabic and Christian, former and current musics.

Alternately holy city and cursed city, Jerusalem is presented as a city(estate) which hopes can