Two outstanding performers present a wonderful and amazingly eclectic programme in beautiful Blythburgh Church, from Dowland and Purcell to traditional Sephardic and Andalucian songs.

Lebanese-American tenor Karim Sulayman and Scottish guitarist Sean Shibe perform a mix of Purcell, Dowland and Monteverdi, 16th century Sephardic and Moorish songs, 20th-century pieces by Britten and Takemitsu, and the popular Latin American hit, Cucurrucucu Paloma.

Purcell:
Music for a while (4)
Dowland:
Time stands still (5)
Dowland:
Fantasy and Praeludium (4)
Monteverdi:
Rosa del ciel (2)
Monteverdi:
La mia turca (4)
Moulinié:
Enfin la beauté que j'adore (4)
Caccini:
Dalla porta d'oriente (2)
Traditional Sephardic:
La prima vez (3)
Traditional Arab-Andalusian:
Lamma bada (4)
Darwish:
El helwa di (7)
Harvey:
Sufi Dance (2)
Mendez:
Cucurrucucu paloma (4)
Takemitsu:
In the woods (14)
Britten:
Songs from the Chinese, op. 58 (10)
Britten:
Folk Song Arrangements (selection) (5)

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