The Old Testament in world music.
Muzeʼon ṿe-sifriyat Amli le-musiḳah ḤefahBook
אדפה : גרנד אופרה / ציפי פליישר.
Vronský, Petr; Seelig, Amnon; Edelmann, Eyal; Görgner, Stefan; Moravská filharmonie; Czech Ensemble Baroque
Vienna : Vienna Modern Masters
Fleischer, Tsippi 1946- (composer)
Izre'el, Shlomo (librettist)
Vronský, Petr (conductor, performer)
Seelig, Amnon (performer)
Edelmann, Eyal (performer)
Görgner, Stefan (performer)
Moravská filharmonie (performer)
Czech Ensemble Baroque (performer)
1 audio disc : digital
4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (71 pages : illustrations
Duration: 1 hour 3 minutes.
Sung in Akkadian.
|Note on Participants||
Soloists, Stefan Goergner, Amnon Seelig, Eyal Edelmann; Czech Ensemble Baroque choir; The Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Petr Vronsky.
Libretto by Shlomo Yizre'el, after the Akkadian source.
|Note on Language||
Sung in Akkadian.
Have more information? Found a mistake?
World Congress on Jewish Music (1978 : Jerusalem)Book
The custom of sending greeting cards before the Jewish New Year began in Germany in the late Middle Ages and gradually spread to Eastern Europe and the United States. The early twentieth century was the “golden age” of postcards, and among Jews, the Rosh Hashanah greeting card was easily the starTo the article on our blog
One aspect of Shemittah – the biblically mandated Sabbatical Year – is debt relief: Creditors release debtors from loans that are due to be repaid. The release – termed Shemittat Kesafim (release of monies) – is triggered on Rosh Hashanah following the Sabbatical Year: sundown September 25, 2022. ThTo the article on our blog
The Bedouin are a nomadic people, part of the Arab minority in Israel, whose population is concentrated in the Negev Desert. Their strong connection to these vast arid regions is reflected in their name, which comes from the Arabic word for desert (baadiya). The Bedouin often consider themselves theMore on this subject