Synagogal Music in the Baroque
- Synagogal Music in the Baroque
- Anthology of Musical Traditions in Israel AMTI CD 9101
(C) and (P) The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 1991
73.43 minutes total
A slightly abridged re-issue of "Synagogal Art Music,
- Salamone Rossi: Le-mî ehpots la'asôt yeqar, Echo-poem
for a wedding in the ghetto of Mantua (ca. 1610-1622) for 8
- Carlo Grossi: Canta ebraica in dialogo, for the celebration of
Hôsha'na rabbah by the "Watchers of the Dawn"
fraternity, probably in Venice, before 1681, for baritone
("tenore", 4-part choir and continuo)
- Volunio Gallichi and Francesco Drei: Extracts from the music
ceremony for the inauguration of the synagogue of Siena in 1786,
for tenor, choir and orchestra. Poems by Eliezer Forti, Eyyal
Mikha'el Shabbetay Levi
- Extracts from musical ceremonies by anonymous composers for
the celebration of Hôsha'na rabbah by the Zerîzîm
fraternity ("the Nimble") in Casale Monferrato 1732-1733
for soloists, choir and orchestra. Portions of the libretto by Sh.
- Abraham Caceres: Hishqî hizqî. 3-part choir with
instrumental accompaniment. Text by Isaac Aboab da Fonseca.
- Abraham Caceres: Ham-mesîah illemîm. 2 voices with
- Cristiano G. Lidarti: Nôra Elohim (Ps. 68, 36). 3-part
choir with instrumental accompaniment
- Cristiano G. Lidarti: Kol han-neshamah (Ps. 150,6). Cantata
for soprano with instrumental accompaniment
- Cristiano G. Lidarti: Be-fî yesharîm. 4-part choir
with instrumental accompaniment
- Louis Saladin: Canticum hebraicum. "Divertissement"
for a circumcision, for soloists, 4-part choir and orchestra
Recorded live 3 August 1978, Jerusalem.
Gila Yaron, soprano; Mirah Zakai, alto; Nigel Rogers, tenor;
Louis Garb, tenor; Willy Haparnas, baritone; Valery Maisky, cembalo;
Ehud Leibner, narrator
Avner Itai, conductor, The Cameran Singers, Chamber ensemble
and soloists Israel Adler, editor.
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