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|Genre/Form:||Downloadable audio file
Songs and music
|Additional Physical Format:||Source record:
Toch, Ernst, 1887-1964.
Ernst Toch (1887-1964).
[Hong Kong] : Naxos, p2004
|Named Person:||Jephthah, (Biblical judge)|
|Material Type:||Music, Sound recording, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File, Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ernst Toch; Jacob Sonderling; Don Alden; Theodore Bikel; Carol Meyer, (Soprano); Elizabeth Shammash; Richard Clement; Ted Christopher; Gerard Schwarz; Pražský filharmonický sbor.; Česká filharmonie.; Seattle Symphony Orchestra.; Milken Archive of American Jewish Music.
|Language Note:||Sung in English and Hebrew (1st work).|
|Notes:||The 1st work for narrator, solo soprano, mezzo-soprano, tenor, baritone, mixed chorus and orchestra.
Texts of the 1st work by Jacob Sonderling and Don Alden.
"Milken Archive, American Jewish music."
Eds. recorded: European American Music (1st work) ; G. Schirmer (2nd work).
|Performer(s):||In the 1st work: Theodore Bikel, narrator ; Carol Meyer, soprano ; Elizabeth Shammash, mezzo-soprano ; Richard Clement, tenor ; Ted Christopher, baritone ; Prague Philharmonic Choir ; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra ; Gerard Schwarz, conductor. In the 2nd work: Seattle Symphony ; Gerard Schwarz, conductor.|
|Event notes:||Recorded in Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic, Oct. 2000 (1st work; narration recorded in New York City, Mar. 2003); and Benaroya Hall, Seattle, Wash. June 1998 (2nd work).|
|Description:||1 online resource (1 sound file).|
|Contents:||Cantata of the bitter herbs. Introduction and Psalm 114 (6:12) ; Sheheḥeyanu (1:34) ; Children's dance (1:52) ; The ten plagues (1:59) ; And it was at midnight (2:25) ; Aria (4:07) ; Psalm 126 (7:17) ; He saved my soul from death (1:59) ; God of right, God of might (8:25) ; Hymn (3:43) --
Jephta : rhapsodic poem : (Symphony no. 5) (25:26).
|Series Title:||American classics (Naxos (Sound recording label))|
Cantata of the bitter herbs