hallelu et Hashem min hashamayim : flute solo
by Adam Yee (2007)
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The work hallelu et Hashem min hashmayim (Heb: Praise the Lord from the heavens) is derived from the Hebrew text of Psalms 148. The Psalm takes as its subject matter a cosmogony of the universe.
Duration: 19 min.
Written for: Elizabeth Barcan
First performance: by Elizabeth Barcan — 24 May 07. 'Meat Market', Melbourne
The composer's Masters thesis contains extensive additonal information about this work http://researchbank.rmit.edu.au/view/rmit:12526
Composed as part of the requirements for a Masters of Industrial Design, SIAL, RMIT
Performances of this work
24 May 07: 'Meat Market', Melbourne. Featuring Elizabeth Barcan.
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