Two merry rebbeim : for string quartet and hi-hat
by Attila Jurth (1994)
Also known as: Due Rebbe Brilli
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Library shelf no. 785.714/JUR 4 [Available for loan]
Two Merry Rebbeim is an instrumental arrangement of two Ashkenazi folk songs about a Rebbe (Grand Rabbi) in both. Rebbe Elimelech Weisblum of Leżajsk [Yiddish: ליזשענסק - Lizhensk], Poland, (1717-1787) is a real person of historical significance. The piece should be played with schmaltz (a specific rubato befitting the style). The cellist who is seated (even if the other three performers elect to stand) shall operate the hi-hat.
Instrumentation: 2 violins, viola, cello, hi-hat (cello doubling hi-hat).
Duration: 3 min.
Contents note: I. Un az der rebbe tants... -- II. Az der Rebbe Elimelech.
First performance: by LKGT Quartet — 13 Feb 94. Jewish Communal Centre, Burbank, Brisbane, Queensland
- In the form/style of: Ashkenazi folk music
Performances of this work
13 Feb 94: Jewish Communal Centre, Burbank, Brisbane, Queensland. Featuring LKGT Quartet.
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