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ADLER: Symphony No. 5 / Nuptial Scene / The Binding

Samuel Adler, one of America’s most respected composers, is equally known for his Judaic and general concert works. The selection of works on this CD embraces choral, cantorial, chamber, solo, and symphonic music, culminating in the Symphony No. 5, We Are the Echoes, which is based on Jewish poetry reflecting aspects of Jewish experience throughout history. The finale quotes the Jewish philosopher Heschel: “Now and then, high above me, I catch a glimpse of the faceless face of God.”


Adler, Samuel

  5 Sephardic Choruses
1.   I. Yom Gila 00:01:43
2.   II. Ya Ribbon Olam 00:01:11
3.   III. Ein Keloheinu 00:02:16
4.   IV. Adon Olam 00:02:09
5.   V. Zamm'ri Li 00:01:14
  Nuptial Scene
6.   Nuptial Scene 00:08:59
  The Binding (excerpt)
7.   The Binding (excerpt) 00:08:57
  El Melekh Yoshev
8.   El Melekh Yoshev 00:02:59
  Ahavat Olam
9.   Ahavat Olam 00:01:56
  Sim Shalom
10.   Sim Shalom 00:02:02
  Bar'khu
11.   Bar'khu 00:01:13
  Sh'ma Yisra'el
12.   Sh'ma Yisra'el 00:01:34
  V'ahavta and Mi Khamokha
13.   V'ahavta and Mi Khamokha 00:03:36
  Hashkivenu
14.   Hashkivenu 00:04:46

Adler, Samuel
Adler, Carol / Heschel, Abraham Joshua / Oppenheimer, James / Rukeyser, Muriel / Wolfskehl, Karl, lyricist(s)

  Symphony No. 5, "We are the Echoes"
15.   I. We Go 00:03:41
16.   II. Even During War 00:04:52
17.   III. The Future 00:04:57
18.   IV. We Are the Echoes 00:06:39
19.   V. God Follows Me Everywhere 00:05:11

Total Playing Time: 01:09:55






Composer(s):
Adler, Samuel

Lyricist(s):
Adler, Carol; Heschel, Abraham Joshua; Oppenheimer, James; Rukeyser, Muriel; Wolfskehl, Karl

Conductor(s):
Adler, Samuel; Gardner, Patrick

Orchestra(s):
Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra; Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra

Ensemble(s):
Eastman Players

Choir(s):
Rochester Singers; Rutgers Kirkpatrick Choir

Artist(s):
Barak, Roslyn Jhunever; Bryn-Julson, Phyllis; Callahan, Mary Ellen; Christopher, Ted; Dabi, Gideon; Evans, Joseph; Fang, Pen Ying; Frieder, Raphael; Harbach, Barbara; Herseth, Freda; Johnson, Heather; Kirchner, Matthew; Kohler, Margaret Bishop; Kruszewski, Helen; Mizrahi, Alberto

Label: Naxos

Series: Milken Archive of American Jewish Music

Genre: Chamber Music; Choral - Sacred; Choral - Secular; Orchestral; Vocal

Period: Contemporary

Catalogue No: 8.559415

Barcode: 0636943941522

Boxset: NMIL51

Physical Release: 03/2004

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