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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000024.txt from 2005/04

From: "sarah elbaz" <sarah@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] Re: Concert Announcement
Date: Sun, 03 Apr 2005 04:34:17 -0400

Thank you Brad,
We had a long discussion about this piece few weeks ego.
The title Hebrew is a resulte of the fashion and the revival of the Zionist movemnt in Russia and east Europe
at the begining of the 20th century. The Hebrew language was spoken again after 2000 years and people started to make Aliya to Israel. Hebrew (in Hebrew language its : IVRI[ like the name Ivri Gitliss]) is every thing that exsits on the west side of the Jordan. The people that live on the west side - now the state of Israel - are Hebrew and the language is Hebrew.
The title in the Russian Edition is Jewish and it is the correct one because Jewish is the international name of the Yiddish people, Hebrew refers only to the people that live on the west side of the Jordan (Ever Ha'Yarden in Hebrew).

My heart is with all the Christian world today for the loss of the Pope , who was a great friend to the Jewish nation.

Sarah Elbaz
Tel Aviv

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> From: "Brad Bunnin" <bradbunnin@-----.net>
> Subject: [kl] Re: Concert Announcement
> Sent: 02 Apr 2005 20:01:08
>
> Here is the program for Feb. 7, 1950, of the CBS Symphony Orchestra.
> Note the second piece.
> Program in Observance of the Jewish Music Festival
>
> Hanson, Howard
>    Andante from Romantic Symphony
>
>    Prokofiev, Sergey
>    Overture on Yiddish Themes
>
>    Weinberg, Jacob
>    Nocturne and Youngsters Dance (from Carnival in Israel)
>    First broadcast perf.
>
> Achron, Joseph
>    Hebrew melody
>
>    Gressin
>    Jewish Orchestra at the Burgomaster's Balls
> (incidental music for The Inspector General)
>
> Secunda, Sholom
>    Yemenite Dance
>
>    Bloch, Ernest
>    Fugue (Concerto Grosso)
>
> I, too, grew up in a home where Yiddish was sometimes spoken. I don't
> believe Yiddish is an ethnic slur; it's the name of a language and a
> culture centered in Eastern Europe, transplanted to the United States,
> among other countries, in the late 19th-early 20th centuries. "Yid"
> just means "Jew," in Yiddish. If non-Yids put a negative spin on it,
> that's their problem!
>
> Brad Bunnin
>
>
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