Tsippi FleischerCommercial recording
Sperber, Stanley; Grossmeyer-Abileah, Cilla; ha-Maḳhelah ha-leʾumit rinat; Modus Vivendi Ensemble
Greenville, Me : Opus One
פליישר, ציפי 1946-
Sperber, Stanley (performer)
Grossmeyer-Abileah, Cilla (performer)
ha-Maḳhelah ha-leʾumit rinat (performer)
Modus Vivendi Ensemble (performer)
|Note on Location and Date||
Recorded 1986-1989 at Beit Hatfutsot
Tel Aviv ; at the Mishkenot Shaʼananim Music Center
Jerusalem ; and at the Sinfonietta Hall
Choruses, Secular,Art music
1 sound disc (65 min., 6 sec.) : digital
4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ( p.
Songs and choral music, sung in Hebrew, Arabic and Armenian.
Program notes and song texts, with transliterated Hebrew and English translations ( p.) added.
Lamentation (1985) (17:46) -- The gown of night (1988) (2:42) -- In the mountains of Armenia (1988) (2:43) -- The clock wants to sleep (1980) (4:38) -- Girl butterfly girl (1977) (9:13) -- Scenes of Israel : six madrigals (1981-83) (26:26).
|Note on Participants||
National Choir Rinat ; Stanley Sperber, conductor ; Cilla Grossmeyer, soprano ; Modus Vivendi ; various children's choirs ; assisting instrumentalists.
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