Synagogal Music in the Baroque III - Dio, Clemenza e Rigore

Synagogal Music in the Baroque III - Dio, Clemenza e Rigore

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Material Type: 
Recordings
Publisher: 
Jewish Music Research Centre, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Place of Publication: 
Jerusalem
Place of Recording: 
Vienna
Year: 
1996
Edition: 
1
Series: 
Anthology of Music Traditions in Israel
Volume: 
9
Pages: 
1 CD
Recording Number: 
AMTI CD 9601
Type of Recording: 
Commercial Recording
Media: 
CD
Languages: 
English
Hebrew
Country / Area: 
Italy
Tradition: 
Italian
Description: 

Hosha'na Rabbah in Casale Monferrato, 1733: Musical Ceremony for 3 voices, strings, oboes, trumpets and basso continuo, by anonymous composers. Includes liturgical chants, orchestral overtures, interludes and the cantata-quasi-oratorio "Elyon, Melits Umastin" ("Dio, Clemenza e Rigore", libretto by S. H. Jarach). Live recording by the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF) from a concert which took place in the Mozartsaal of the Wiener Konzerthaus in the framework of the Wiener Festwochen 1995, on June 6, 1995, with the assistance of the Austrian Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Noah Greenberg Memorial Fund. Performers: Capella Savaria (artistic director: Pal Nemeth); Hungarian Chamber Choir (director: Matyas Ontal); Aris Christofellis, soprano; Luigi Petroni, tenor; Andrea Martin, baritone; Avner Itai, conductor. Musical arrangements, with realization of the basso continuo, by Israel Adler. Accompanied by Hebrew, English and German program notes, and Hebrew texts with English and German translations.

 

 

Sound Examples: 
Dio Clemenza E Rigore: Recitative and aria.

Clemenza:Recitative- "Akh tov" Aria- "Eli."

Dio Clemenza E Rigore: Recitative and Coro

Clemenza & Rigore: Recitative- "Hasket"; Tutti: Coro- "Lekhu nerannenah."