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Additional Titles Art music settings of Arabic poetry [sound recording]
Performer Ganz, Isabelle; Itai, Avner; Wilgowicz, Gérard; Maḳhelat ha-Iḥud; Zamare Ḳameron; זמרי קאמרן (מקהלה)
Record Company Austria : Koch Schwann
Creation Date p1993
Creators Fleischer, Tsippi 1946-
ʻAbd al-Ṣabūr, Ṣalāḥ
Hajj, Unsi
Khansāʼ -approximately 645
Ganz, Isabelle (singer, performer)
Itai, Avner (conductor, performer)
Wilgowicz, Gérard 1945- (conductor, performer)
Maḳhelat ha-Iḥud (performer)
Zamare Ḳameron (performer)
זמרי קאמרן (מקהלה) (מבצע)
Note on Location and Date Recorded in Israel and France between 1989-1992.
Genre Choruses, Secular,Cantatas, Secular,Art music
Physical Description 1 sound disc (ca. 60 min.) : digital
4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ([36 p.] : ports.
12 cm.).

Language ara
Duration 00:59:50
Notes 1st work for mezzo-soprano, 2 violins, viola, and piano
2nd work originally for solo soprano (under title: Girl-butterfly-girl), here arr. for unacc. unison chorus
3rd work is a cantata for chamber choir, 2 oboes, kanun (substituted by prepared piano), cello, and percussion.
Sung in Arabic. Booklet includes program notes and lyrics in English, French and German translations.

Content Note Credo (00:22) -- Ballade vom erwarteten Tod in Kairo = Ballad of expected death in Cairo / text by Sallah Abd El-Sabur (13:17) -- Einem Mädchen träumte, es sei ein Shmetterling = A girl dreamed she was a butterfly / text by Unsi al-Haji (2:40) -- Wie zwei Zweig : gedicht = Like two branches : poem / al-Khansa (1:52) -- Wie zwei Zweige : kantate = Like two branches : cantata / text by al-Khansa (42:00).
Note on Participants Isabelle Ganz, mezzo-soprano; Israel Kibbutz Choir; The Cameran Singers; Avner Itai, Gérard Wilgowicz, conductors; other musicians.
Note on Language Sung in Arabic. Booklet includes program notes and lyrics in English, French and German translations.
Shelf Number CD 00499
System Number 990025892200205171

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