Francesco Lotoro - Encyclopedia of Music Composed in Concentration Camps (1933-1945), Vol. 6 mp3 downloadPerformer: Francesco Lotoro
Title: Encyclopedia of Music Composed in Concentration Camps (1933-1945), Vol. 6
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Francesco Lotoro - Encyclopedia of Music Composed in Concentration Camps (1933-1945), Vol. 6 mp3 download
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Encyclopedia of Music Composed in Concentration Camps (1933-1945), Vol. 6. Release Date. Wajhie, for male chorus. 4. Gadlu, for voice & male chorus. 5. El Male Rachamim, song. Lehu Nerann'no, song.
2. Scharchoret, for male chorus.
Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933–1945 is a seven-part encyclopedia series that explores the history of the concentration camps, ghettos, forced-labor camps, and other sites of detention, persecution, or state-sponsored murder run by Nazi Germany and other Axis powers in Europe and Africa. The series is produced by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) and published by Indiana University Press
In 1982, Dr. Francesco Lotoro visited Auschwitz and was amazed to find in its archives, a treasure trove of music written by prisoners. Ever since, Professor Lotoro has dedicated his life and career to finding, authenticating, transcribing, and cataloguing this precious legacy.
After having studied at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Francesco Lotoro became a specialized piano player, studying with Kornél Zempléni, Viktor Merzhanov, Tamás Vásáry and Aldo Ciccolini. His activity has been focused on Johann Sebastian Bach; he has transcribed The Musical Offering for two pianos, the Brandenburg Concertos, the Deutsche Messe and the Canons on the Goldberg ground, BWV 1087; and he reconstructed, performed and recorded the Christmas Oratorio for solo strings, mixed choir and piano by Friedrich Nietzsche. He created the CD encyclopedia KZ Musik (48 CD volumes) containing all of the music composed in concentration camps during World War II in Europe, North Africa and Asia.
All the music was composed between 1933 and 1945. The music was composed by those who were imprisoned, deported, murdered and some who survived. Each CD booklet contains a profile of the Authors, their works and the Camps where the music was composed. The goal is to represent as much as possible of the music written in concentration camps from 1933 to 1945. While many artists participate, Lotoro is the prime mover behind the project, playing the piano in almost all of the works here. An introductory booklet, packaged with the first CD, lists the planned contents of all 24, but there has already been a change, on CD 4. These six contain primarily vocal and piano works, plus a few chamber works and choruses. Orchestral works and operas are scheduled for later issues.
At Buchenwald, established in 1937, loudspeakers broadcast nightly concerts from German radio, depriving prisoners of sleep. Music composed in concentration camps (1933–1945). Dir. by Francesco Lotoro. This cd-collection tries to record all compositions and songs created in the different nazi camps.
When completed, this 24 CD project will be the most comprehensive collection ever made of music composed in World War II concentration camps.
Volume VI: Extermination, Labor, and Transit Camps for Jews. This volume encompasses the various kinds of camps, outside the concentration camp system, that the SS used to hold, persecute, exploit, and murder Jews. Volume VII: Camps for Foreign Forced Laborers, including tens of thousands of camps for foreign workers, under a variety of governmental and quasi-governmental institutions and private firms.
The roles of music in coping with the survivors’ trauma are compared to studies that found similar as well as contrasting results and are discussed in light of the literature regarding uses of music for coping with trauma and in light of the growing knowledge about health musicking. We Listened to it Because of the Message : Juvenile RUF Combatants and the Role of Music in the Sierra Leone Civil War. Article.
|1||Lecho Adonoi, for male chorus||Francesco Lotoro||1:43|
|2||Scharchoret, for male chorus||Francesco Lotoro||0:41|
|3||Wajhie, for male chorus||Francesco Lotoro||1:31|
|4||Gadlu, for voice & male chorus||Francesco Lotoro||0:49|
|5||El Male Rachamim, song||Francesco Lotoro||4:32|
|6||Lehu Nerann'no, song||Francesco Lotoro||5:01|
|7||Mi Addir, for voice & piano||Francesco Lotoro||2:05|
|8||Uv'tzeil knofecho, for voice & piano||Francesco Lotoro||1:26|
|Lieder Der Tröstung (2), for voice & string quartet (or piano)|
|9||Tote wollen nicht verweilen||Francesco Lotoro||2:25|
|10||Erwachen zu Weihnachten||Francesco Lotoro||2:09|
|11||V'lirushalaim, for voice & string quartet||Francesco Lotoro||2:20|
|12||Fantasia on Provencal Christmas Carol, for oboe & string quartet||Francesco Lotoro||6:56|
|Dance Pieces (3), for oboe & viola|
|13||Allegro Vivace||Francesco Lotoro||2:13|
|16||Rigaudon, for piano||Francesco Lotoro||0:50|
|17||Bez Titulu, for piano||Francesco Lotoro||2:02|
|18||Poem, for piano (after Fibich's "Poème")||Francesco Lotoro||1:43|
|19||Tesknota, for piano||Francesco Lotoro||1:01|
|20||Piesn bez slow, for violin & piano||Francesco Lotoro||1:36|
|21||Dlaczego?, for violin & piano||Francesco Lotoro||5:05|
|22||Cerné vlajky, for voice & piano||Francesco Lotoro||2:40|
|23||Modlitba za vlast, for voice & piano||Francesco Lotoro||1:50|
|24||Hradcany krásné, for voice & piano||Francesco Lotoro||1:14|
|25||Kdybych mela aero, for female voice & piano||Francesco Lotoro||1:14|
|26||Slunce vychází a zapadá, for voice & piano||Francesco Lotoro||0:53|
|27||Frauenlager, for voice & piano (attrib.)||Francesco Lotoro||1:30|
|28||Auschwitz Lied, for voice & piano (attrib.)||Francesco Lotoro||6:51|
CreditsLaura Aprile - Violin
Donatella Bibi - Liner Note Translation
Paolo Candido - Vocals
Choir of the University of Foggia - Choir/Chorus
Steven Dearman Clark - Liner Note Translation
Gianni Cuciniello - Cello, Organizer
Luigi Gagliano - Viola
Leonardo Gallucci - Editing, Mastering
David Grünfeld - Arranger
Gabriele von Kröcher - Liner Note Translation
Angelo de Leonardis - Baritone (Vocal)
Francesco Lotoro - Assistant, Piano, Piano Transcription, Primary Artist, Project Support, Research
Caroline Lyonnet - Liner Note Translation
Nicola Marasco - Conductor
Katja Naumann - Liner Note Translation
Domenico Sarcina - Oboe
Alina Scoticailo - Violin
Rosa Sorice - Vocals
Albert Steffen - Lyricist
Grazia Tiritiello - Liner Notes
Megan Williams - Liner Note Translation
Vilém Zrzaveý - Arranger