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TO 0214

Paul Ben-Haim - Chamber Music for Strings

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2014

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Shuli Waterman

viola, tracks 5-7

Molinari Quartet



Venue:

Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv

7-12 July 2013

Engineer:

Ben Bernfeld



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Strings


Chamber

Total Time - 61:37
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PAUL BEN-HAIM

 

String Quartet No.1, Op.21 (1937)

 
1 I Con moto sereno 7:34
2 II Molto vivace 5:29
3 III Largo e molto sostenuto 5:50
4 IV Rondo - Finale (Allegro commodo) 9:48
   
 

String Quintet in E minor (1919) *

 
5 I Leidenschaftlich bewegt 12:10
6 II Sehr langsam, mit tiefster Empfindung 10:20
7 III Finale: Rondo (Energisch bewegt) 10:26
  TT 61:37      
   
  * First Recording  
   
  Rachel Ringelstein and Liah Raikhlin, violins;  
 Shuli Waterman viola, tracks 5-7
  Yoel Greenberg, viola; Tami Waterman, cello  
   

Ben-Haim: Chamber Music
Carmel Quartet, Shuli Waterman (viola)

The Israeli composer Paul Ben-Haim (1897 – 1974) was born Paul Frankenburger and made his early career in his native Munich. Reading the danger signs earlier than most, he emigrated to Palestine in 1933 and soon became one of the leading figures in the musical culture of the emerging Jewish state. His music mirrors this change of circumstance: the early String Quintet (1919) taps a vein of rich late romanticism influenced by Richard Strauss, but the rhapsodic First String Quartet (1937) is coloured by middle-Eastern melisma and folk rhythms.



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