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Additional Titles Symphonies nos.1-5 [sound recording]
Performer Wilgowicz, Gérard; Mikula, Jiří; Krajči, Mirko; Sela, Eyal; Muallem, Yinon; Filharmonia Narodowa (Warsaw, Poland); Moravská filharmonie; Filharmonici města Prahy
Record Company Vienna : Vienna Modern Masters
Creation Date 2004
Creators Fleischer, Tsippi 1946-
Wilgowicz, Gérard 1945- (conductor, performer)
Mikula, Jiří (conductor, performer)
Krajči, Mirko 1968- (conductor, performer)
Sela, Eyal (woodwinds player, performer)
Muallem, Yinon (percussionist, performer)
Filharmonia Narodowa (Warsaw, Poland) (performer)
Moravská filharmonie (performer)
Filharmonici města Prahy (performer)
Genre Symphonies,Art music
Physical Description 1 sound disc (ca. 78 min.) : digital
4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (27, 21 p. : col. ill., ports.
12 cm.).

Language eng
Duration 01:17:46
Notes Booklet includes notes on compositions and performers, in English and Hebrew.
Content Note Symphony no.1, op.33 (1995) "Salt Crystals" -- Symphony no.2, op.48 (1998-2000) "The Train" -- Symphony no.3, op.49 (1998-2000) "Regarding Beauty" -- Symphony no.4, op.51 (2000) "A Passing Shadow" -- Symphony no.5, op.54 (2002-2004) "Israeli-Jewish Collage".
Note on Participants Performed by: Warsaw Philharmonic, conducted by Gérard Wilgowicz (1st symphony); Moravian Philharmonic, conducted by Jirí Mikula (2nd & 3rd symphonies); Eyal Sela - folk woodwinds, Yinon Muallem - folk percussion, Prague Philharmonic members, conducted by Jirí Mikula (4th symphony); Moravian Philharmonic, conducted by Mirko Krajci, with the voice of Shalom Hanoch and Jerusalem "Renanot" shofar players (5th symphony).
Production Note "Overall production coordinator: Tsippi Fleischer"
Shelf Number CD 05788
System Number 990025824910205171

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