Klezmer's Melodies from the Repertoire of  Leonid Sontz  and ensemblez

Klezmer's Melodies from the Repertoire of Leonid Sontz and ensemblez "Simcha"

Moth, Who Stamped His Foot

Moth, Who Stamped His Foot

Fiddle for Sholom or Paganini Caprice

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Notes edition representing opera Petersburg composer Vadim Ryvkina . Libretto by Nikolai Gol . The publication is aimed at expanding the repertoire of Jewish children's theater studios , as well as children's theater at music schools .


Today it is difficult to imagine a situation : a boy , a babbling brook in the hearing , in the rustle of leaves - all surrounding sounds - singing violins , it literally delirious . He rushes towards the music, but strict father forbids him to even think about the violin , because for a Jewish boy is decent - not occupation. He must study in cheder , regularly go to the synagogue , in the future, become a lawyer , a teacher or , at worst, a tailor , not a violinist , music - it's for ragamuffins !

Children's opera " Skripochka for Sholom or Paganini Caprice " (music V.Ryvkina libretto N.Golya ) based on a story written SholomAleyhema " Violin ". Witty and fun , like teasing each other , intertwined in the music of this opera Jewish folk intonations , klezmer tunes and the famous A - minor Paganini Caprice , who inspired many composers of the past ( Liszt , Y.Bramsa , S.Paxmaninova , V.Lyutoslavskogo ) .

Brilliant music and accurate , expressive lyrics love first performers of the play - Children's Musical Theater "Kinder - Yorn ," which has been in existence for five years at the Hebrew northern communities downtown St. Petersburg . The opera was shown in the beautiful halls of the city on the Neva ( Small Philharmonic Hall , Siena Theatre " Wonderland" , in the House of Architects ) , and also in Chisinau, Moscow , Novgorod, Petrozavodsk , Pskov, and had success with the audience .
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Shelf Barrie
Weight 0.400000
Publisher Jewish Community of St.Peterburg
Height (CM) 30
Length (CM) 21
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