Man believes he can hide before God, but doesn’t know that he is in God’s hands all the time, like clay in those of a potter.
Then I grasped the meaning of the greatest secret human poetry and human thought and belief have to impart: The salvation of man is through love and in love. I understood how man with nothing left in this world still may realize bliss, be it only for a brief moment, in the contemplation of his beloved.
Author of the project and conductor: Karmina Šilec
Music: E. Dinur, S. Rossi, B. Avni, G. and M. Meltzer, Y. Rechter, F. Jagoda, B. Aloni, J. Jacobson, B. Aloni, J. Jacobson, Sephardic tunes, D. and D. Porkrass
The importance of music in the life of the Jewish people is found almost at the beginning of Genesis. Musicians are mentioned among the three fundamental professions. Music was realized as everyday life necessity, as a beautifying and enriching complement of human existence. Jewish music has evolved over time and throughout the long course of Jewish history. In some instances Jewish music is of a religious nature, since spiritual songs and refrains are common in Jewish Services throughout the
world, while other times, it is of a secular nature. The rhythm and sound of Jewish music varies greatly depending on the origins of the Jewish composer and the time period in which the piece of music was composed.
The character of Jewish music varies greatly according to the origins of the Jewish composer and the time period in which the music piece was being composed. Accordingly, the programme of Tehilim is suitably a heterogeneous one. The music works selection covers a wide range of music, from Sephardic tunes, and renaissance polyphony to the contemporary literature.
From the Press
A brilliant interpretation of unique music ... Carmina Slovenica with another technically perfected and recreatively brilliant performance proved its exceptional artistic level.
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