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Arabic Violin Bass Trio: Suite In Four Movements

Yitzhak Yedid

Label: Between the Lines
Released: 2012
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First Movement: Taqsim, dedicated to the day of tomorrow, The image of an old weary man, The pianist’s gaze, Poetic fractions, Evolution of hatred and bitterness, His final request; Second Movement: The High Priest’s whispered prayer on Yom Kippur as he leaves the Holy of Holies, The dancers’ gleeful cries, Olive branches in the candelabra, Belly dancing in an imaginary cult ritual, Eruption, “And thus would he count”, An even more powerful eruption, “One, one and one, one and two, one and three, one and four, one and five”: Third Movement: Image of a homeless Holocaust survivor on the streets of Tel Aviv, The double bassist’s voice, Awakening the dead, An Israeli chorale, dedicated to the Holocaust survivor: Fourth Movement: Cries of joy, The violinist’s gaze, Hallucinatory Debka dance, Magic of a sensual belly dancer, And again the cries, The image of the old man from the First Movement, The madness of creation, Epilogue: the prayer of purification.

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Yitzhak Yedid: piano; Sami Kheshaiboun: arabic violin: Ora Boasson Horev: double bass.


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