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Yitzhak Yedid

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Arabic Violin Bass Piano Trio – Suite in Four Movements

Label: Between the Lines
Released: 2013
Track listing: 01/06. First Movement;07/14. Second Movement; 15/18. Third Movement; 19/26. Fourth Movement.

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Notable & Nearly Missed in 2013

Read "Notable & Nearly Missed in 2013" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


More music is released each year than can be realistically followed by a given writer. I typically listen to much more music than I write about, not because this music is not worthy somehow but there is so little time. So, this year, I am going to write a “Notable & Nearly Missed" column to catch ...

Article: Album Review

Yitzhak Yedid: Arabic Violin Bass Piano Trio – Suite in Four Movements

Read "Arabic Violin Bass Piano Trio – Suite in Four Movements" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Il quarantunenne pianista israeliano (ma australiano d'adozione) Yitzhak Yedid guida in questo stimolante lavoro un trio felicemente in equilibrio fra retaggio etnico, scrittura di ascendenza classico-occidentale e sperimentalismo di marca jazzistica. Yedid, in effetti, ha praticato nel corso degli anni tutti e tre questi ambiti, in qualche misura effigiati ciascuno - a volere un po' schematizzare ...

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Arabic Violin Bass Trio: Suite In Four Movements

Label: Between the Lines
Released: 2012
Track listing: 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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Article: Album Review

Yitzhak Yedid: Arabic Violin Bass Trio: Suite In Four Movements

Read "Arabic Violin Bass Trio: Suite In Four Movements" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Australia-based, Israeli composer and pianist Yitzhak Yedid continues his noble endeavor to integrate classical Arabic music, Arabic-influenced Jewish music and contemporary Western classical music, all performed with enough room for improvisation, into a new tradition. Yedid began to work on this inclusive, universal musical concept previously with the extended suite Oud Bass Piano Trio (Between the ...

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Yitzhak Yedid - Solo Piano Intro

Featuring the music of Yitzhak Yedid
Duration: 06:53

Israeli composer/pianist Yitzhak Yedid's "Oud Bass Piano Trio," recorded in performance at the Jerusalem International Oud Festival.
Album

Through the Window of Marc Chagall

Label: Between the Lines
Released: 2010
Track listing: 1. Bride of Jerusalem - 06:25; 2. When There Is Light in Your Window - 05:50; 3. Clowns at Night - 06:10; 4. Shalom Aleichem - 05:20; 5. Shelter Me Under Your Wings - 07:38; 6. Old Man's Whispered Prayer - 07:07; 7. Midsummer Night's Dream -Bride of Jerusalem - 07:05. Tutte le composizioni sono di Yedid.


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