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’a, CASINO UMBRO conveys the essence of humanity and international relations through communicative and sophisticated musical expression.




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