|Titel:||World Music From Uzbekistan With Monâjât Yultchievat|
I try to sing with my heart. Not with my voice, but with the agonies of my soul.MonâjâtThis DVD contains a one-hour concert and the documentary The Imploring BeautyWhile listening to the extraordinary voice of Monâjât Yultchieva, this documentary takes you to the beautiful and legendary world heritage city of Samarkand - the Crossroads of Cultures. In the 14th century this opulent capital of Tamerlane (Timur) was an all important station along the Silk Road. You will see the turquoise domes of Samarkand's mosques and the sparkling mosaics of its mausoleums accompanied by the music of the region. In Tashkent, the Stone City and the modern-day capitalof Uzbekistan, we meet and interview Monâjât Yultshieva. Her warm and solemn voice, reflection of her inner, sincere and emotional personality, sings the Maqqom in a haunting prayer. Monâjât takes us to to her native village, in the Fergana valley, on the border with Tajikistan. Directed by Marc Bissot and Didier MaertensAlso included is a Concert from Theatre de la Ville, ParisMonâjât Yultchieva's marvelous mezzo-soprano voice, and her radiant and moving personality makes her the top female classical singer of Uzbekistan. In this concert, she touches a rare and secret place in our inner heart where songs become prayers, hymns and a form of homage, where music speaks the unspeakable.Directed by Isabelle Soulard and Marc BissotNTSC Wide Screen 16:9(c)2002 Polygone Onze - All Rights ReservedTotal Running Time: 103 MinutesThis product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.