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The Jewish Song

Recorded Sound | RG Number: RG-91.1983

Den judiska sången (The Jewish Song), a symphonic cantata by Moses Pergament (Finland-Sweden;1893-1977). Written in response to war reports—and as an assertion of ethnic pride in the face of local antisemitism—the large scale work for chorus, soloists, and orchestra was given a partial performance in 1944. By the time of its full premiere in Stockholm three years later, Pergament had subtitled the Prelude: “In Memoriam. A lament for the six million Jews who fell victim to the cruelty of the Third Reich.” (Oxford Handbook of Holocaust Studies)

Caprice Records RIKS LP 77-78 (1976). Two LPs. Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir. James DePreist, conductor. Birgit Nordin, soprano solos; Sven-Olof Eliasson, tenor solos.
Side A, Track 1, Förspel: In Memoriam
Side A, Track 2, Den Judiska Sången
Side A, Track 3, Ariel
Side B, Track 1, Vårnatt i Ajalon
Side B, Track 2, Brunnen i Hesbon
Side B, Track 3, Adagio
Side A, Track 1, I Fiendelägret
Side A, Track 2, Må Med Armods Piska ...
Side A, Track 3, Bön Om Ett Milt Sinne
Side A, Track 4, Intermezzo Drammatico
Side A, Track 5, Det Förhånade Ordet
Side B, Track 1, Bön För Stundande Sabbat - Vi Tacka Dig Herre

Date
Released:  1976
Language
German
Genre/Form
Music.
 
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