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Wydawnictwo: Haenssler
Nr katalogowy: HC 18003
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2018
EAN: 881488180039
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Epoka muzyczna: 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): turecki
Instrumenty: fortepian
Rodzaj: pieśń

Hemsi: Coplas Sefardies

Haenssler - HC 18003
Tehila Nini Goldstein, soprano
Jascha Nemtsov, piano
I married a young woman
Sleep, sleep, beautiful maiden
Do not pass by my hall
I was told
My fiancé is at the bathhouse
So says our bride
Like the rose in the garden
The king, rising early in the morning
The good king has three daughters
Ah, the groom wants no money
Welcome at this happy time, honorable mother-in-law
There was the Moorish girl
The King has a daughter
That Count, that Count (a lullaby)
The fair maiden came out of the sea
That King of France
I rose one Monday morning
The bride is coming down
Sad is the princess (sung in the nights after a woman gave birth, by women attending her)
There was the fair maiden (a song for the night of almusáma)
Alberto Hemsi (1898–1975) was born into a Jewish family in the small city of Cassaba (now Turgutlu) near Smyrna (Izmir) in what was then the Ottoman Empire. The family originated from the Italian city of Livorno and therefore had Italian citizenship. Hemsi collected 232 songs in all and used about a quarter of these for his most significant work, the collection Coplas sefardies.

This monumental cycle containing in total 60 compositions for voice and piano, based on Sephardic songs, was published by Hemsi in ten volumes. The first five volumes were published in Alexandria between 1932 and 1938 and the last five from his exile in France between 1969 and 1973.

Hailed as a singer with immense expressive powers and a warm-sounding voice, Tehila Nini Goldstein is a versatile musician whose broad repertoire spans the soprano and mezzo-soprano categories. Her musical interests range from early Baroque through folk music to pieces of contemporary music, some of which have been composed specially for her unique voice. She enjoys switching between opera, song recitals and chamber music.

The pianist and musicologist Jascha Nemtsov was born the son of a gulag survivor in the Siberian town of Magadan in 1963. He grew up in St Petersburg, where he graduated from a special music school and was awarded a gold medal.

Nemtsov has so far made 35 CDs that include numerous world premiere recordings. “As a pianist, Jascha Nemtsov has shown himself to be a worthy descendant of Liszt,” concluded Fono Forum magazine on the occasion of his recording Franz Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsodies. Many of his CDs have received international awards.

Recording: 23.-26. Oktober 2017 im rbb Berlin

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