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Szombati és nagyünnepi héber dallamok

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    Overview

    Other Title
    Hebrew melodies for Sabbath and High Holidays.
    Format
    Musical sound recording
    Published
    Hungary : Hungaroton, p1977
    Contents
    Veshamru : ancient melody following the Torah reading / arranged by Immanuel Löw
    Veshamru / arranged by Dunayevsky
    Psalm 93 / melody by Jakab Gottschal
    Ahavat olam
    Shabbath mönuha / arranged by Emil Ádám
    Mi shebarakh : prayer from the 7[th]-11th centuries / melody by Rezső Feleki
    Av harahamim. Voal yode avadekha / melody by József Weismann
    Hamavdil : choral suite from Chasid melodies / arranged by Emil Ádám
    Unetanne tokef. Uv'shophar gadol / melody by S. Sulzer
    High Holiday's tunes
    El male rahamim : dirge
    Barukh haggever : ancient Hebrew melody noted by Obadja in the 12th century.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Feleki, Rezsö.
    Kármán, György.
    Ádám, Emil.
    Goldmark Énekkar.
    Haïm-Vidal Sephiha Judeo-Espagnol Collection (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum)
    Notes
    Parallel title on container: Hebrew melodies for Sabbath and High Holiday.
    Veshamru : ancient melody following the Torah reading / arranged by Immanuel Löw -- Veshamru / arranged by Dunayevsky -- Psalm 93 / melody by Jakab Gottschal -- Ahavat olam -- Shabbath mönuha / arranged by Emil Ádám -- Mi shebarakh : prayer from the 7[th]-11th centuries / melody by Rezső Feleki -- Av harahamim. Voal yode avadekha / melody by József Weismann -- Hamavdil : choral suite from Chasid melodies / arranged by Emil Ádám -- Unetanne tokef. Uv'shophar gadol / melody by S. Sulzer -- High Holiday's tunes -- El male rahamim : dirge -- Barukh haggever : ancient Hebrew melody noted by Obadja in the 12th century.
    Zsusza Kéval (5th work), Anikó Fischer (12th), sopranos ; Árpád Kishegyi, tenor (2nd, 8th, 10th) ; Rezsö Feleki (2nd-4th, 6th-7th, 9th, 11th), Ernö Sándor (10th) baritones ; György Kármán, organ (3rd-7th, 9th-11th) ; Goldmark Énekkar ; Emil Ádám, conductor (1st, 2nd, 5th, 8th, 10th, 12th)

    Physical Details

    Language
    Hebrew
    Physical Description
    1 sound disc (59 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.

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    Record last modified:
    2012-01-20 16:44:00
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