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Leonard Bernstein, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, The Kol Israel Orchestra, Netania Davrath, Jennie Tourel, The Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir - Hatikvah On Mt. Scopus, Concerts Recorded July 1967 In Jerusalem And Tel Aviv album download

Performer:

Leonard Bernstein

Title:

Hatikvah On Mt. Scopus, Concerts Recorded July 1967 In Jerusalem And Tel Aviv

Genre:

Classical

MP3 album size:

1981 mb

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Rating:

4.2 ✱

Country:

Canada

Date of release:

1967

Leonard Bernstein, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, The Kol Israel Orchestra, Netania Davrath, Jennie Tourel, The Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir - Hatikvah On Mt. Scopus, Concerts Recorded July 1967 In Jerusalem And Tel Aviv album download

Hatikvah On Mt. Scopus. Concerts Recorded July 1967 In Jerusalem And Tel Aviv. Leonard Bernstein, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, The Kol Israel Orchestra, Netania Davrath, Jennie Tourel. The Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir. Vinyl Condition: EX Clean & Shiny. Payment: We accept only Paypal as payment method. Condition key: MINT (M): The record itself is in brand new condition with no surface marks or deterioration in sound quality. The cover and any extra items such as the lyric sheet, booklet or poster are in perfect condition. Records advertised as Sealed or Unplayed should be Mint. EXCELLENT (EX): The record shows some signs of having been played, but there is very little lessening in sound quality. The cover and packaging might have slight wear and, or creasing.

Leonard Bernstein: The Concert at Mt. Scopus, July 9, 1967. The Tel Aviv Philharmonic Chorus sang, and the orchestra was the Israel Philharmonic, in cooperation with the Kol Yisrael Symphony Orchestra, all of the instrumentalists in shirtsleeves. Bernstein wore a white linen suit, the jacket in the high-necked Nehru style.

The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra is an Israeli symphony orchestra based in Tel Aviv. Its principal concert venue is the Charles R Bronfman Auditorium in Tel Aviv. The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra was founded as the Palestine Orchestra by violinist Bronisław Huberman in 1936, at a time of the dismissal of many Jewish musicians from European orchestras. Its inaugural concert took place in Tel Aviv on December 26, 1936, conducted by Arturo Toscanini. Its first principal conductor was William Steinberg.

Posts About Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Ethan Schmeisser is with Sunhae Im and Shen Yang at Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. 13 April at 15:25 · Tel Aviv, Israel ·. I was happy last week to return to my sources and to play for the wonderful Prague Philharmonic Choir, soprano Sunhae Im and baritone Shen Yang and assist great Maestro Manfred Honeck in preparing the concerts of Brahms' eternal "Ein Deutsches Requiem" with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra. It looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser.

By Gustav Mahler - Leonard Bernstein, Jennie Tourel, Netania Davrath, The Tel-Aviv Philharmonic Choir & The Kol Yisrael Symphony Orchestra. By Sergei Rachmaninoff - Netania Davrath & Erik Werba. Eugene Onegin: Tatiana's Love Scene. By Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Netania Davrath & Vienna State Opera Orchestra. By Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Netania Davrath & Vienna State Opera Orchestra. Malurous Qu’o Uno Fenno. Netania Davrath & orchestra conducted by Pierre de la Roche 2012. A Life for the Tsar: Romance of Antonida.

The 1967 Stern/Israel Philharmonic performance of Mendelssohn's E-minor concerto is probably the same performance that was recorded in July 1967 and released on the post-1967 Arab-Israeli War performance on SONY/Columbia (MS 7053), on an album entitled. Hatikvah on Mt. The recordings were made in both Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, according to the original album cover. 3 people found this helpful.

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A1 Hatikvah
Choir – The Tel Aviv Philharmonic ChoirDirected By, Conductor – Joseph Friedland
Mendelssohn: Concerto In E Minor For Violin And Orchestra, Op. 64
A2 Allegro Molto Appassionato
Violin – Isaac Stern
A3 Andante
Violin – Isaac Stern
A4 Allegretto Non Troppo; Allegro Molto Vivace
Violin – Isaac Stern
Mahler: Symphony No. 2 In C Minor, Final Movement
B1 Im Tempo Des Scherzos. Wild Herausfahrend
Choir – The Tel Aviv Philharmonic ChoirDirected By – Joseph FriedlandMezzo-soprano Vocals – Jennie TourelSoprano Vocals – Netania Davrath

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MS 7053 Leonard Bernstein, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, The Kol Israel Orchestra, Netania Davrath, Jennie Tourel, The Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir Leonard Bernstein, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, The Kol Israel Orchestra, Netania Davrath, Jennie Tourel, The Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir - Hatikvah On Mt. Scopus, Concerts Recorded July 1967 In Jerusalem And Tel Aviv ‎(LP) Columbia MS 7053 Canada Unknown
72610 Leonard Bernstein, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, The Kol Israel Orchestra, Netania Davrath, Jennie Tourel, The Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir Leonard Bernstein, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, The Kol Israel Orchestra, Netania Davrath, Jennie Tourel, The Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir - Hatikvah On Mt. Scopus, Concerts Recorded July 1967 In Jerusalem And Tel Aviv ‎(LP) CBS 72610 Israel Unknown

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