Roots of the Jewish Baroque

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Program: #00-10, Air Date: 03/06/00

NOTE: This program was made possible in part by a grant from the John and Beebe Petrou Foundation.

I. Anon.: Ki mi-Zion teze Torah (Isaiah II:3). (Jalda Rebling
       Ensemble). Raum Klang CD RK-9901.
       From JEWS IN THE MIDDLE AGES.

  II. Anon.: Cansoun d'Ester; Eftach sefatai (Circumcision).
       (Boston Camerata/Joel Cohen). Erato CD 2292-45513.
       From THE SACRED BRIDGE: Jews & Christians
       in Medieval Europe.

  III. SALAMONE ROSSI: Libro IV Sonatas (1622). (Rebel Ensemble/
       Jorg-Michael Schwarz, dir.). Dorian CD DOR-93184.
       From ROSSI & HIS CIRCLE.

  IV. SALAMONE ROSSI: The Songs of Solomon:
               Haleluyah haleli nafshi et Adonai; Yigdal; Kaddish.
       (New York Baroque/Eric Milnes, dir.). PGM CD 108.
       From SALOMONE ROSSI: The Songs of Solomon.

  V. BENEDETTO MARCELLO: Ah che non puo piu vivere. (Rossana
       Bertini, sop./Claudio Cavina, alto/La Venexiana Ensemble).
       Opus 111 CD OPS 30-149.

  VI. Anon.: Liturgy of Yom Kippur; Psalm CXVIII; Psalm CXIV (extracts).
     BENEDETTO MARCELLO: Psalm XIV. (XVIII-21 Musique des Lumieres/
       Jean-Christophe Frisch, dir.). K617 CD K617099-M7-876.
       From PSAUMES de DAVID.

Composer Info

SALAMONE ROSSI, BENEDETTO MARCELLO

CD Info

CD RK-9901, CD 2292-45513, CD DOR-93184, PGM CD 108, CD OPS 30-149, CD K617099-M7-876