Wolfgang Meyer - Jewish Songs without Words mp3 downloadPerformer: Wolfgang Meyer
Title: Jewish Songs without Words
Style: Chamber Music
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Wolfgang Meyer - Jewish Songs without Words mp3 download
Jewish Songs without words. Two celebrations of Jewish music which offer inspiring and moving playing. View record and artist details. Variations on a Popular Theme. Israel Brandmann Composer. 3) Songs without Words. Grigory Krein Composer. 3) Hebrew Songs without Words. Julian Krein Composer.
Jewish Songs without Words.
Wolfgang Meyer (born 1954 in Crailsheim) is a German clarinetist. Meyer studied clarinet at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Stuttgart, and the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hannover along with his sister Sabine Meyer. He has led masterclasses in Brazil, Italy, Japan, Canada and Finland. He is a member of Trio di Clarone, Carmina Quartett and Quatuor Mosaïques. He has been a professor at the Musikhochschule Karlsruhe since 1989, and was its director from 2001 to 2007.
Grigori KrejnComposer. Songs without Words (4) for clarinet & piano, O. 3. Results for Wolfgang Meyer. 4 Recordings in Collection: Recordings ). << first < prev 1 next last . Album: 1. Sort By: Price Release Date. Jewish Songs without Words Wolfgang Meyer. SWR Classic Rel. January 1, 2000. Naxos featured album.
Songs Without Words (Lieder ohne Worte) is a series of short lyrical piano pieces by the Romantic composer Felix Mendelssohn, written between 1829 and 1845. His sister Fanny Mendelssohn and other composers also wrote pieces in the same genre. The eight volumes of Songs Without Words, each consisting of six "songs" (Lieder), were written at various points throughout Mendelssohn's life, and were published separately.
Album · 2014 · 14 Songs. Wolfgang Meyer, Peter Lehel & Bigband HFM Karlsruhe. Double Concerto for Clarinet and Saxophone: II. - Wolfgang Meyer, Peter Lehel & Bigband HFM Karlsruhe. 4. Double Concerto for Clarinet and Saxophone: III. Wolfgang Meyer & Bigband HFM Karlsruhe. 6. It Ain't Necessarily So. 7. Nature Boy. Jewish Songs Without Words. Klaviermusik von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
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Without Words began as an instrumental experiment by the Bethel Music community who set out to push the creative boundaries of worship. Each song offers a distinct listening experience and carries its own story. Songs from previous Bethel Music albums such as God I Look to You, One Thirst, What Does it Sound Like, and Come to Me have been deconstructed and rearranged into versions that hint at original melodies through unique instrumentation and modern sounds. Each track creates a dynamic, ambient, and cinematic atmosphere- free from lyric and discourse
|Songs without Words (4) for clarinet & piano, Op. 23|
|1||1. Lento||Wolfgang Meyer||3:01|
|2||2. Grave||Wolfgang Meyer||2:09|
|3||3. Lento||Wolfgang Meyer||3:18|
|4||4. Moderato con moto||Wolfgang Meyer||1:57|
|5||Variations on a popular theme, for clarinet & piano, Op. 12||Wolfgang Meyer||11:26|
|Hebrew Melodies (4) in the Form of a Suite, for clarinet & piano|
|6||No. 1. To the Wedding. Part 1. Kale-besezen (after Grzegroz Fitelberg)||Wolfgang Meyer||3:20|
|7||No. 1. To the Wedding. Part 2. Procession (after Grzegroz Fitelberg)||Wolfgang Meyer||1:30|
|8||No. 2. Canzonetta. Grandmother's Tale (after Jakov Weinberg)||Wolfgang Meyer||2:28|
|9||No. 3. Hebrew Dance (after Boris Levenson)||Wolfgang Meyer||1:37|
|10||No. 4. Children's Round (after Jakov Weinberg)||Wolfgang Meyer||1:12|
|Hebrew Songs without Words (3), for clarinet & piano, Op. 12|
|11||1. Pas trop lent, alla breve||Wolfgang Meyer||2:20|
|12||2. Assez modéré||Wolfgang Meyer||1:52|
|13||3. Modérément, mais avec mouvement||Wolfgang Meyer||3:26|
|Songs without Words (3), for clarinet & piano, Op. 38|
|14||1. A morning in the mountains||Wolfgang Meyer||2:16|
|15||2. Mourner||Wolfgang Meyer||2:43|
|16||3. Story||Wolfgang Meyer||2:23|
|17||Berceuse funèbre, for clarinet & piano, Op. 8/1||Wolfgang Meyer||4:20|
|18||Rhapsody, for clarinet & piano||Wolfgang Meyer||7:03|
CreditsMiguel Carazo - Liner Note Translation
Wolfgang Meyer - Clarinet, Primary Artist
Jascha Nemtsov - Liner Notes, Piano
Michael Sandner - Artistic Director
Antje Schirra - Digital Editing
Beate Schroder-Nauenburg - Liner Notes
Regine Trüg - Cover Design
Friedemann Trumpp - Balance Engineer
Marlene Weber-Schäfer - Editorial