Arreglos bolivianos (2014) para orquesta de cuerdas. Contiene arreglos de Collita de Fernando Román Saavedra, Viva Cochabamba de José Ferrufino y Viva mi patria de Apolinar Camacho. Total c. 13 minutos. Audiovisual (Collita y Viva mi patria), Audiovisual (Viva Cochabamba) Pensando en ti (2014) 3.5 para trío (violín, celo y […]
Just as we exit 2019 I have a little something to add. In connection with the previous post Dreamed lake? Dreamed river?, we now have a live recording of Ve’ulai to listen to. In the unexplained absence of the recording engineer, my friends in Canaria had to make a homemade recording. […]
23 December 2019Ve’ulaiarrangement for choir and string quartet of Yehuda Sharet’s setting of Rachel’s poemCoro Juvenil de la Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran CanariaMembers of Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran CanariaMarcela Garrón Velarde, conductor Auditorio Alfredo KrausLas PalmasGran Canaria
Diaries intersect again:Coinciding with the developments alluded to earlier, today I completed an arrangement of a short piece, a setting by Yehuda Sharet of Rachel’s poem Ve’ulai. Although wholly apt for this diary, because of its predominantly place-related associations the relevant entry is housed in Northumbrian Diary instead.
He aquí mi arreglo reconstruido de Ve’ulai, la canción de Yehuda Sharet sobre el célebre poema de Rachel. Grabación casera de una ejecución del Coro Juvenil de la Orquesta de Gran Canaria y miembros de la Orquesta de Gran Canaria, dirigidos por Marcela Garrón Velarde. ————-Here is my reconstructed arrangement of Ve’ulai […]
And here is the famous Ve’ulai. It is a poem written by Rachel (1890-1931). Also known as Rachel Blaustein, or Rachel Bluwstein, Rachel is often referred to as the national poet of Israel, even though she was born in Russia and technically she never set foot in Israel. Although she […]
VE’ULAI Imagine if one could understand Hebrew and if, in addition to the beauty of this voice, of this song and of this arrangement, one could at the same time take in the searing nostalgia of the poem? That would be simply too much – at least for me. Just […]