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Eternal Echoes: Songs & Dances for the Soul - Damian Primis (bassoon); Francesca Anderegg (violin); Ihnseon Park (violin); Itzhak Perlman (violin); Jia Kim (cello); Jocelin Pan (viola); Kathleen Nester (flute); Kathleen Nester (piccolo); Klezmer Conservatory Band; Kurt Muroki (bass)
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  1. A Dudele (A Song to God)
  2. Mizmor l'Dovid (A Psalm of David)
  3. Shoyfer Shel Moshiakh (Ram's Horn of the Messiah)
  4. Romanian Doyne (Romanian Shepherd's Lament)
  5. T'Filas Tal (Prayer for Dew)
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  1. A Dudele (A Song to God)
  2. Mizmor l'Dovid (A Psalm of David)
  3. Shoyfer Shel Moshiakh (Ram's Horn of the Messiah)
  4. Romanian Doyne (Romanian Shepherd's Lament)
  5. T'Filas Tal (Prayer for Dew)
  6. Ysim'Chu (They Shall Rejoice)
  7. R'Tzay (Be Favorable)
  8. Dem Trisker Rebns Khosid (The Follower of the Rebbe of Trisk)
  9. Sheyiboneh Beys HaMikdosh
  10. Kol Nidrei (All Vows)
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The close approaches between Western, specifically American, concert music and Jewish traditional music are well known. Operatic artists Jan Peerce and Robert Merrill both started their careers as cantors, and the Jewish tradition has generated several important repertory works. But what you hold in your hand (or under your mouse) is something different. Violinist Itzhak Perlman describes it as a crossover album involving classical and cantorial music. The Jewish cantor, unlike a monk chanting liturgy, has considerable ...

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