Other arrangements

PIUTIM PROJECT

  • “Of David. A psalm” (לדוד מזמור) – arrangement of the traditional chant of Jewish communities of  Morocco and North Africa for a voice with flute, horn and cello.
  • “Nakdishakh” (נקדישך) – arrangement of the traditional prayer chant of Jewish communities of  Morocco and North Africa for a voice with flute, clarinet, horn, percussion, piano and cello.
    Listen HERE
  • “Livtza al rifta” (לבצע על ריפתא) – arrangement of the kabbalistic piut of Jewish communities of  Morocco and North Africa for a voice with flute, clarinet, horn, percussion, piano and cello.
    Listen HERE
  • “I heard Thy Name” (שמעתי שמך) – arrangement of the traditional prayer chant of Jewish communities of  Morocco and North Africa for a voice with flute, soprano saxophone, clarinet, horn, percussion, piano and cello.
    Listen HERE

ARRANGEMENTS FOR FESTIVALS

  • “Carmeniada” – medley & fusion arrangement on the themes from the “Carmen” by G.Bizet for an orchestra and a choir (commissioned by the “Klor” music Center, Israel
  • “Halleluja Zefat” – medley & fusion arrangement on the themes from the “Messiah” by F. Haendel, “Tea Cantata” by J.S.Bach, Finale of the Beethoven`s Ninths Symphony together with traditional Jewish tunes for an orchestra and a choir. Commissioned by the International Klezmer Festival Zefat, Israel 2012 performed at the festival`s opening.
    Listen HERE
  • “Zefat 2013” – medley & fusion arrangement on the themes from the “Wilhelm Tell” by G.Rossini, “Rhapsody in Blue” by  G.Gershwin, and other classical themes together with the traditional Jewish tunes for an orchestra and a choir. Commissioned by the International Klezmer Festival Zefat, Israel 2013 performed at the festival`s opening.
    Listen HERE
  • “Sirba” – a fusion arrangement  of a folk Balkan tune. Commissioned by an internationally acclaimed violinist Eyal Shiloach  for his CD “Strings In The Skies Of Tzfat 4”.
  • “BEE Happy Medley” a medley and an arrangement  based on the themes from the P. Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D Finale, “Flight of the Bumblebee” from “The Tale of Tsar Saltan” by N.Rimsky-Korsakov, intertwined with the traditional Klezmer tunes for a violin and orchestra. Commissioned by an internationally acclaimed violinist Eyal Shiloach  for his CD “Strings In The Skies Of Tzfat 4”.

  • “הטנדר נוסע” – arrangement of a of a song by M.Wilensky made famous by a legendary Israeli singer Shoshana Damary. Commissioned by the Haifa Symphony orchestra.

“HAMAVDIL” PROJECT

  • “Leha Dodi” – arrangement  of a prayer chant, greeting the Sabbath written by Reb Abish Meir Meir Bransdorfer of Tsanz over a hundred years ago, for a choir and a symphony orchestra. It was recorded for the CD “Hamavdil” by the members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Uri Brener.
    Listen HERE
  • “Lo Sevoshi” – arrangement  of a traditional Chassidic chant from Poland and Russia for a choir and a symphony orchestra. It was recorded for the CD “Hamavdil” by the members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Uri Brener.
    Listen HERE
  • “Yigdal” –  arrangement  of a hymn, composed by the German chazan Yisroel Lovy and sung by the German and Sephardi Jewish communities, for a choir and a chamber ensemble. It was recorded for the CD “Hamavdil” by the members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Uri Brener.
    Listen HERE
  • “Kol Mekadesh” –  arrangement  of a traditional Chassidic chant from Poland for a choir and a chamber ensemble. It was recorded for the CD “Hamavdil” by the members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Uri Brener.
    Listen HERE
  • “Eshes Hayil” –  arrangement  of a melody composed by Reb Yosef Ashkenazi, that was made popular by R`Yom Tov Ehrlich, a renown Yiddish singer, who recorded it in Yiddish on his record “A Shabbos mitten Rebbe`n”. The arrangement is for a soloist and chamber ensemble. It was recorded for the CD “Hamavdil” by the members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. The piano part was performed by Uri Brener.
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  • “Modzhitz Waltz” –  arrangement  of traditional Chassidic chant from Poland, which was composed by the Rebbe of Modzhitz, for a string quartet. It was recorded for the CD “Hamavdil” by the members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Despite its popularity, this is the first recording to be made of this waltz.
  • “Azamer Bishvochin” –  arrangement  of a melody, the authorship of which is traditionally attributed to the famous Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, for a chamber ensemble and choir. It was recorded for the CD “Hamavdil” by the members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • “Lemikdoshech tuv” –  arrangement  of a melody, composed by  Rebbi Moshe Shmuel Shapira, for voice with a piano trio. It was recorded for the CD “Hamavdil” by the members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. The piano part was performed by Uri Brener.
  • “Kel Adon” –  arrangement  of a melody on the text of the Sabbath prayer, composed by Reb Efraiim Luft, for choir and chamber ensemble. It was recorded for the CD “Hamavdil” by the members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.                 The piano part was performed by Uri Brener. 
  • “Mimkomcho” –  arrangement  of a melody on the text of the Sabbath prayer, composed by Reb Efraiim Luft, for choir and chamber ensemble. It was recorded for the CD “Hamavdil” by the members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.                 The piano part was performed by Uri Brener.
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  • “Hamavdil” –  arrangement  of a melody on the text of the  after-Sabbath prayer, composed by Reb Efraiim Luft, for choir a symphony orchestra. It was recorded for the CD “Hamavdil” by the members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Uri Brener.

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