Bernstein: Symphony No.3 "Kaddish", Dybbuk Suite No.2 (Remastered) Montserrat Caballé, Michael Wager, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, New York Philharmonic Orchestra & Leonard Bernstein
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- Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990): Symphony No.3 "Kaddish":
- 11. "Invocation": Adagio03:02
- 21. "Kaddish 1": L'istesso tempo - Allegro molto04:58
- 32. "Din - Torah": Di nuovo adagio05:58
- 42. "Kaddish 2": Andante con tenerezza08:14
- 53. "Kaddish 3": Scherzo - Presto scherzando, sempre pianissimo04:37
- 63. "Kaddish 3": Finale - Adagio come nel Din-Torah02:43
- 73. "Kaddish 3": Allegro vivo, con gioia10:01
- Dybbuk Suite No.2:
- 81. The Messengers02:06
- 92. Leah03:01
- 103. 5 Kabbalah Variations06:35
- 114. Dream05:24
Info for Bernstein: Symphony No.3 "Kaddish", Dybbuk Suite No.2 (Remastered)
Kaddish is Leonard Bernstein's third symphony. The 1963 symphony is a dramatic work written for a large orchestra, a full choir, a boys' choir, a soprano soloist and a narrator. The name of the piece, Kaddish, refers to the Jewish prayer that is chanted at every synagogue service for the dead but never mentions "death."
The symphony is dedicated to the memory of John F. Kennedy who was assassinated on November 22, 1963, just weeks before the first performance of the symphony. Leonard Bernstein wrote the text of the narration himself, but struggled with his own motivation for the aggressiveness of the text. In 2003, after talks with Bernstein shortly before his death, Holocaust survivor Samuel Pisar added a new narration about his personal experiences and how his family suffered and perished in the Holocaust, and his subsequent struggle with his belief. The Bernstein estate allows this version only to be used with Samuel Pisar as recitator.
Montserrat Caballé, soprano
Michael Wager, narrator (speaker)
Günther Theuring, chorus master
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Leonard Bernstein, conductor
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