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Hosha'na Rabbah in Casale Monferrato 1732.
Works from the 18th century repertory of the communities of Amsterdam: cantatas and choral works; and Casale Monferrato: A Musical Ceremony for Hosha'na Rabbah, from 1732.
The recording is from a concert commemorating the 100th Jubilee of the Jewish National and University Library, which took place in Jerusalem on the 11th of June, 1992, with the assistance of Yad Hanadiv, the IBA and the Noah Greenberg Memorial Fund. Contains works by: Abraham Caceres, Cristiano G. Lidarti (Amsterdam) and anonymous composers. Performers: The Israel National Choir Rinat; The Keshet Baroque Orchestra; Avner Itai, conductor; Miriam Meltzer, Sivam Rotem, and Aris Christofellis, sopranos; Yaakov Zamir, countertenor; Stephan Schreckenberger, bass; Walter Reiter, guest violonist; David Shemer, cembalo; Isidoro Roitman, Theorbo; Benny Hendel, narrator.
Musical arrangements and realization of the Basso Continuo, Israel Adler.
Accompanied by Hebrew and English program notes, and Hebrew texts with English translation.