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Mohammed Fairouz: Poems & Prayers

Sasha Cooke, David Kravitz, UCLA Chorale, University of California Chorus, University of California Philharmonia, Neal Stulberg

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1
Tahrir
Mohammed Fairouz; David Krakauer; University of California Philharmonia; Neal Stulberg
10:16
Symphony No. 3, "Poems and Prayers"  
2
I. Kaddish
Mohammed Fairouz; Sasha Cooke; David Kravitz; UCLA Chorale; University of California Chorus; University of California Philharmonia; Neal Stulberg
6:52
3
II. Lullaby
Mohammed Fairouz; Sasha Cooke; David Kravitz; UCLA Chorale; University of California Chorus; University of California Philharmonia; Neal Stulberg
5:43
4
Minyan
Mohammed Fairouz; Sasha Cooke; David Kravitz; UCLA Chorale; University of California Chorus; University of California Philharmonia; Neal Stulberg
7:13
5
III. Night Fantasy
Mohammed Fairouz; Sasha Cooke; David Kravitz; UCLA Chorale; University of California Chorus; University of California Philharmonia; Neal Stulberg
5:01
6
Oseh Shalom
Mohammed Fairouz; Sasha Cooke; David Kravitz; UCLA Chorale; University of California Chorus; University of California Philharmonia; Neal Stulberg
6:59
7
IV. Memorial Day for the War Dead
Mohammed Fairouz; Sasha Cooke; David Kravitz; UCLA Chorale; University of California Chorus; University of California Philharmonia; Neal Stulberg
28:30
Total Playing Time    70:34
"... my intent is never to be negative but rather to strive for a higher ideal and inspire a better reality."
- Mohammed Fairouz

In the context of a world focused on the chaos and strife in the Middle East, Arab-American composer Mohammed Fairouz presents two works that combine the musical and textual backgrounds of the region, celebrating the commonalities; sharing a vision of unity and hope for peace. Both works are performed by the UCLA Philharmonia, joined in Poems and Prayers by the 170+ voices of the UCLA Choral and University Chorus, all under the direction of conductor Neal Stulberg. Soloists include Grammy-winning mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke and world-famous clarinetist David Krakauer. Recorded in historic Royce Hall on the UCLA campus, this is a musically, sonically and spiritually engaging album that transcends culture or creed.

"A young man’s extraordinary effort to say what needs to be said, feel what needs to be felt and demonstrate what needs to be demonstrated about the Israeli and Palestinian morass in the Middle East.”
- Los Angeles Times
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