Contents: Quintet, Op. 31a / Paul Ben-Haim -- Quintet / Menachem Zur -- Filigrees No. 1 / Ben-Zion Orgad. With Ora Shiran and Carmela Leiman, violins; Michael Kugel, viola; and Felix Nemirovski, cello.
Ben-Haim (1897-1984) was arguably the most important Israeli composer of the 20th century. This revised edition includes new information which has come to light only since the publication of the first edition. With introductions, a list of works, and indices. Music examples. Plates.
Contents: Ballade / Ben-Zion Orgad -- Sonata / Mordecai Seter -- Bashrav / Abel Ehrlich -- Sonata in G / Paul Ben-Haim. Performed by violinists Roy Shiloah, Yehonatan Berick, Nitai Zori, and Hagai Shaham.
Contents: Clarinet Quintet -- Two Landscapes -- Canzonetta -- Improvisation and Dance -- Piano Quartet. Performed by the Arc Ensemble.
Salzman plays music by Joachim Stutschewsky, Menahem Avidom, Paul Ben-Haim, Mordecai Seter, Yehezkel Braun, and Tzvi Avni.
The music of Ben-Haim is performed by the Carmel Quartet. With violist Shuli Waterman.
Still also performs music by Glen Cortese, Paul Schoenfield, Joseph Schwantner, Sofia Gubaidulina, Dan Welcher, Paul Ben-Haim, Ian Clarke and Anne Boyd. With Stephen Gosling, piano.
Also: Fanfare to Israel -- Symphonic Metamorphoses. Israel Yinon conducts the NDR Radiophilharmonie, Hannover.
This oratorio was composed in 1933. With Katharina Persicke, Carsten Süss, Bernd Valentin, Miklos Sebestyen, the Münchner MotettenChor, and Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Conducted by Hayko Siemens.