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Shabbat: Hebrew Songs

Waltraud Rennebaum, Ensemble Shoshan

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1.1
Baruch ata Adonai (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Waltraud Rennebaum; Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
2:38
1.2
Shabbat Shalom (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Traditional; Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
3:17
1.3
Shalom aleichem (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Israel Goldfarb; Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
3:49
1.4
Yismechu ha Shamayim (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Traditional; Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
4:49
1.5
Lecha Dodi (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Traditional; Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
3:27
1.6
Ba Yom ha shvii
Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
4:09
1.7
Tzur mishelo (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Traditional; Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
5:47
1.8
Halleluyah betziltzelei shama (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Traditional; Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
3:35
1.9
Ve taher Libenu (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Traditional; Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
4:39
1.10
Osseh Shalom (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Raimund Rennebaum; Nurit Hirsch; Ensemble Shoshan
4:59
1.11
Eliyahu ha Navi (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Traditional; Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
3:19
1.12
Ha Mavdil (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Traditional; Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
4:17
1.13
Avinu Malkeinu (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Traditional; Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
4:03
1.14
Karev Yom (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Traditional; Raimund Rennebaum; Ensemble Shoshan
5:48
1.15
Erev shel Shoshanim (arr. by R. Rennebaum for Voice and Chamber Ensemble)
Raimund Rennebaum; Yossef Hadar; Ensemble Shoshan
3:47
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    62:23
German mezzo-soprano Waltraud Rennebaum presents this special selection of beautiful melodies from the Jewish Sabbath liturgy. Sung in Hebrew, the music is full of infectious vitality and rhythmical power, yet there are also quiet, gentle and intimate prayer-like numbers. In addition to popular Sabbath traditionals, Rennebaum includes some less familiar tunes, songs for Jewish holidays and two original compositions. Her husband, pianist and arranger Ray Rennebaum, transforms it all into sophisticated concert pieces for his wife, the Ensemble Shoshan and guests. "The work on the CD fascinated me! Every piece is different in character; tunes of the Ashkenazim, Sephardim, Hasidim and the West European music tradition are meeting. Again and again new horizons are opening up regarding instrumentation, rhythm and harmony; this was exciting and challenging. In addition to piano, flute, tenor, cello and percussion, I first brought a clarinet into the ensemble, an instrument which is very characteristic for Jewish music and provides an enchanting supplementary tone colour ... this is our loveliest and also most important album." - Waltraud Rennebaum
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