CASINO UMBRO
Amos Elkana
Classical | Chamber | Vocal | Orchestral
RR7863

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Meitar Ensemble & Israeli Bach Soloists
Konstantia Gourzi, conductor; Ulrike Sonntag, Lilach Refaelovitch, Maureen Nehedar, sopranos; Yossi Arnheim, flute; Itai Morag, trumpet; Tal Varon, saxophone; Hillel Zori, cello; Hagar Ben-Ari, bass guitar; Oron Schwartz, percussion
Israel Contemporary String Quartet
Warsaw National Philharmonic Orcheestra | Jerzy Swoboda, conductor
Richard Stotlzman, clarinet



CASINO UMBRO is the debut Ravello release from Israeli composer Amos Elkana, bringing listeners into a sonic world comprised of thoughtful, expressive, and emotional works for chamber ensemble, voice, and orchestra. Ranging from the dreamy, jazz-like Casino Umbro to the linguistic and tumultuous Arabic Lessons to the imaginative and fanfaric Tru´┐Ża, CASINO UMBRO conveys the essence of humanity and international relations through communicative and sophisticated musical expression.




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