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Duo Mantar – Music from the Promised Land (2021) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Duo Mantar – Music from the Promised Land (2021)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time – 01:12:55 minutes | 1,18 GB | Genre: Classical
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Digital Booklet, Front Cover | © Naxos

This selection of pieces for mandolin and guitar represents the rich variety of music from Israel. Styles range from the diaspora of Babylonian Jewry through European klezmer traditions, and Balkan Ladino songs, to contemporary influences from America. Paul Ben-Haim and Marc Lavry pioneered the use of music originating in the Jewish East, and Jan Freidlin continues the tradition, employing Oriental dance figures in his music. Oren Lok’s Ahava is an homage to love, while Ittai Rosenbaum’s Duet offers a vibrant and jazzy conclusion to this wide-ranging conspectus.

Tracklist:
01. Lavry: 3 Jewish Dances, Op. 192 (Arr. G. Nestor for Mandolin & Guitar): No. 1, Sher
02. Lavry: 3 Jewish Dances, Op. 192 (Arr. G. Nestor for Mandolin & Guitar): No. 2, Yemenite Wedding Dance
03. Lavry: 3 Jewish Dances, Op. 192 (Arr. G. Nestor for Mandolin & Guitar): No. 3, Hora
04. Ben-Haim: 3 Songs Without Words (Arr. G. Nestor for Mandolin & Guitar): No. 1, Arioso
05. Ben-Haim: 3 Songs Without Words (Arr. G. Nestor for Mandolin & Guitar): No. 2, Ballad
06. Ben-Haim: 3 Songs Without Words (Arr. G. Nestor for Mandolin & Guitar): No. 3, Sephardic Melody
07. Freidlin: Oriental Pantomime
08. Freidlin: Mist over the Lake (Version for Mandolin & Guitar)
09. Braun: Sonata for Mandolin & Guitar: I. Fantasia
10. Braun: Sonata for Mandolin & Guitar: II. Aria
11. Braun: Sonata for Mandolin & Guitar: III. Variazione
12. Bardanashvili: The Memories
13. Lok: Ahava
14. Rosenbaum: Duet for Mandolin & Piano (Arr. G. Nestor for Mandolin & Guitar)

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