Classically Jewish

September 1, 2019: Musicians in Exile

1-9 Musicians in Exile  Music from Jewish musicians forced to leave their homes.  We’ll explore how these immigrants helped to shape and were shaped by new cultures over the span of five hundred years, the expulsion of Jews from Spain in the 15th century to the pogroms and Holocaust of the 20th.


Music Includes:

Giuseppe Verdi: Va, pensiero from Nabucco
Gustav Mahler: Adagietto from Symphony No. 5, conducted by Bruno Walter
Jerzy Fitelberg: Serenade
Oscar Roberto Casares: Concierto Sefaradi
Lazar Weiner: 3 Piano Preludes
Lazar Weiner: Viglid
Jacob Weinberg: Canzonetta & The Maypole
Hans Eisler: An den kleinen Radioapparat

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