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Oratorio Ester, The Salvation of Israel by Esther (program brochure)

Program brochure for the gala concert and modern world premiere of Oratorio Ester, The Salvation of Israel by C. G. Lidarti (music) and Rabbi Jacob Raphael Saraval (libretto), May 30th and 31st, 2000. Includes the Hebrew libretto with Englsih translations and short articles about the composer, the oratorio, music in the Portuguese Jewish community of Amsterdam and the discovery of the manuscript in 1997.

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
2000

Channels of Rage

Documentary, 72 min.
Written & Directed by: Anat Halachmi
Produced by: Anat Halachmi – Anat Halachmi Productions, Tel Aviv
Sponsored by: The New Foundation for Cinema & Television and Israel’s Documentary Channel

Material Type: 
Films
Year: 
2003

The Terezin Requiem

Author

Retrieved from: The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: Research: Bibliographies Fictionalized account of the actual performance of Verdi’s Requiem in the Theresienstadt ghetto in 1944, under the baton of conductor Raphael Schהchter. All of the performers were later deported en masse to Auschwitz.

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
1963

Mathew Miller (Matisyahu)

Singer, songwriter

Born in West Chester, Pennsylvania, USA. Released his first album in 2004, and has been performing and recording ever since for fans all around the world. His artistic style combines reggae, rock, and rap, and is inspired by Hassidic music (primarily by Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach). His lyrics contain many references to elements and issues within Judaism. Matisyahu is known for his unusual combination of Orthodox Jewish belief and popular music.

 

1979-

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