En el amor Nataša Mirković
- 1Madre un manseviko02:23
- 2Buenas noches Hanum Dudu02:47
- 3Ken kere tomar konsejo04:28
- 4La tore03:28
- 6Porke yoras07:58
- 7Noches noches, buenas noches05:58
- 8Ken ez esto04:46
- 9Poko le dash la mi konsuegra04:26
- 10Lavaba la blanca niña03:12
- 11Durme durme04:07
- 12En el o05:43
- 13Oh! Qué tiempo muy hermozo03:13
- 14Oy ke buena ke fue la ora03:24
Info for En el amor
„En El Amor" is a fascinating collaboration between two well-known jazz musicians with the Bosnian singer Natasa Mirkovic. On this album, the singer performs songs from her childhood in Bosnia: Ancient Sephardic traditionals that are still being sung by the people of the Balkan area today. She clearly draws inspiration from her ancestral roots, while at the same time the three musicians arrange these old songs in a new and experimental context that transcends time, culture and tradition. Recorded in the breathtaking acoustics of the former synagogue of St. Pölten in Austria, this album becomes a total work of art fusing ancient and new, religious and secular, traditional and modern artistic expression.
Nataša Mirković, voice
Michel Godard, serpent
Jarrod Cagwin, percussion
Originally from Bosnia-Herzegovina, the singer and actress Nataša Mirković first studied musicology in Sarajevo, followed by classical voice, Lied and Oratorio in Graz. She has been living in Vienna for many years and enjoys a varied solo career with engagements ranging from the Graz Opera to the Volksoper in Vien-na, where she has appeared in many theatre, opera and musical productions. Nataša is interested in classical song, Baroque music and traditional folk music. Through her numerous performances at prestigious theatres and international festivals, she has become a sought-after artist throughout Europe.
Nataša Mirković’s great versatility, demonstrated in a variety of genres, has also been recognized in Hollywood by the composer Gabriel Yared, who invited her to sing the theme song to the film In the Country of Blood and Honey, which marked Angelina Jolie’s debut as a film director and to contribute her musical talent to the Terry George film The Promise. More recently, she was invited to the Vienna Burgtheater by the multimedia artist André Heller, to take part in a manifesto against xenophobia with other musicians, authors and actors (Realize the invisible line, that connects everyone with everything).
Her love of folklore has repeatedly taken the singer back to her roots, to the music traditions of the Balkans. It is with this in mind that her latest project, En El Amor, came into being.
In addition to her busy concert schedule, Nataša Mirković has been giving lessons around the world for the past 15 years, teaching her own method of universal voice leading and passing her knowledge and experience on to professional singers, vocal coaches and other music enthusiasts.