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SCHOENFIELD, P.: Camp Songs / Ghetto Songs / SCHWARZ, G.: Rudolf and Jeanette (Niederloh, Parce, Music of Remembrance)

    

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SCHOENFIELD, P.: Camp Songs / Ghetto Songs / SCHWARZ, G.: Rudolf and Jeanette (Niederloh, Parce, Music of Remembrance)

American composer and pianist Paul Schoenfield is at the keyboard for two searing, heart-piercing works commissioned by Music of Remembrance. Schoenfield gives voice to the words of two brilliant poets—one a Holocaust survivor, one murdered—and the range of their emotions through rage, bitter humor, tenderness and fragile hope. This first English-language recording of his Camp Songs (a 2003 Pulitzer Prize finalist) joins his newest song cycle Ghetto Songs—transporting listeners from the horrors of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp near Berlin to life in the Kraków Ghetto. Gerard Schwarz’s Rudolf and Jeanette is a haunting, romantic chamber orchestra work evoking the life and love of the composer’s Viennese grandparents, who were killed by the Nazis. Produced by Music of Remembrance, a Seattle-based non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the precious cultural legacy of works created by musicians during the Holocaust, and to commissioning new works in memory of their spiritual resistance.


Schoenfield, Paul
Jerzak, Katarzyn / Kulisiewicz, Aleksander, lyricist(s)

  Camp Songs
1.   No. 1. Black Boehm 00:04:24
2.   No. 2. The Corpse Carrier's Tango 00:04:56
3.   No. 3. Heil, Sachsenhausen! 00:06:13
4.   No. 4. Mister C. 00:03:23
5.   No. 5. Adolf's Farewell to the World 00:06:45

Schoenfield, Paul
Gebirtig, Mordecai, lyricist(s)

  Ghetto Songs
6.   No. 1. Shifrele's Portrait 00:04:37
7.   No. 2. Moments of Despair 00:03:52
8.   No. 3. Tolling Bells 00:04:08
9.   No. 4. Our Springtime 00:04:00
10.   No. 5. A Ray of Sunshine 00:03:24
11.   No. 6. Moments of Confidence 00:04:18

Schwarz, Gerard

  Rudolf and Jeanette
12.   Rudolf and Jeanette 00:15:05

Total Playing Time: 01:05:05






Composer(s):
Schoenfield, Paul; Schwarz, Gerard

Lyricist(s):
Gebirtig, Mordecai; Jerzak, Katarzyn; Kulisiewicz, Aleksander

Conductor(s):
Schwarz, Gerard

Ensemble(s):
Music of Remembrance

Artist(s):
Miller, Mina; Niederloh, Angela; Parce, Erich; Schoenfield, Paul; Smith, Morgan

Label: Naxos

Series: American Classics

Genre: Orchestral; Vocal

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.559641

Barcode: 636943964125

Physical Release: 11/2009

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