Voices of a City: Streets - Max Stern, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. 2. Voices of a City: Central Park - Max Stern, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. 3. Voices of a City: Skyscrapers and Subways - Max Stern, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. 13. Three Pastorals: Allegretto Giocoso - Max Stern. 14. Three Pastorals: Lento - Max Stern. 15. Three Pastorals: Grazioso - Max Stern.
Voices of a City: Central Park. Three Pastorals: Lento. With Voices, Trumpets and Shofars. Three Songs: Jenny Kissed Me. Hassidie Duets: Dance. Hassidie Duets: Processional. Voices of a City: Skyscrapers and Subways. Three Pastorals: Allegretto Giocoso.
Voices is an album by Mike Stern, released in 2001 through Atlantic Records. The album reached a peak position of number twenty-three on Billboard's Top Jazz Albums chart. All tracks written by Mike Stern. Michael Brecker – saxophone. Jon Herington – rhythm guitar. Richard Bona – bass, kalimba, vocals. Chris Minh Doky – double bass. Lincoln Goines – bass guitar. Dennis Chambers – drums. Vinnie Colaiuta – drums. Bob Franceschini – saxophone.
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Max Stern: Voices of a City.
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Max Stern: Seven Voices (1993)(9:54) Text: Psalm 29 soprano, strings, percussion. In this dance of the earth seven primordial voices of the Almighty awaken the powers of creation. Max Stern: Sabbath (1995)(12:27) Text: Psalm 92 soprano, strings. An expression of spontaneous beauty and poetic depth, this setting of Psalm 92, Song of the Sabbath Day, is a unique integration of contemporary music, mysticism, and paraphrase after traditional synagogue melos. 1998) Symphony Orchestra. This two-part orchestral tone poem begins in the darkness of a slow ascent that leads into light, a jubilant outburst. Performers: The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the world's great orchestras Conductor Arthur Post is active as today music director of orchestras in Europe and the United States. recorded at Mann Auditorium, Tel Aviv, .