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Shostakovich - Sonata for Viola and Piano op. 147
, 34'26
With Tabea Zimmermann, viola
I. Moderato
II. Allegretto
III. Adagio

Live recording
Duration:
34'26"
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J. S. Bach - Sonata for Viola in D BWV 1028
, 13'43
With Tabea Zimmermann, viola
I. Adagio
II. Allegro
III. Andante
IV. Allegro

Live recording
Duration:
13'43"
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Klezmer Suite
2021, 13'43"
“Klezmer Suite” for Cl., Vla, D-B and Piano is the condensed Chamber Music version of my orchestral piece “Encounters IV-Suita Concertante for Classical Violin, Klezmer Violin and Chamber Orchestra”. This shortened version of the orchestral piece lasts app. 12’. The piece is dedicated to my late father Daniel who was a superb musician and a wonderful Klezmer, playing Violin, Clarinet and Saxophone. This is another one in a chain of pieces I've already written in the past-including my pieces for the Arabic Oud- which tries to bridge between different musical cultures. In this case it's the ethnic, folk-like klezmer tradition alongside that of the classical concert hall tradition. The piece is written in one long movement, which flows from one mood to another, trying to reflect different emotional states. I've used quite a few magnificent klezmer tunes and dances and added some original ones which I've invented. Writing such a piece for me was a way to connect to the deepest and even primordial layers of my memories as an infant and a child. It deeply reflects my innermost beliefs as a Jewish musician and as a human being.
Duration:
13'43""
Preformance Year:
2021
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Double Concerto for Viola Violoncello and Orchestra
Ariel Zukerman 2016, 16'47"
The Double Concerto for Viola and Cello commissioned by the Deutsche Bremen Kammerphilharmonie and The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra for the German Violist Tabea Zimmermann and the Israeli Cellist Hill Zori was written in Memoriam Maestro David Shallon . The work stresses the expressive and warm sound so typical of these two low string instruments- which have a strong affinity to the human voice. The concise piece is based on three melodies. The first two are based on a Gregorian chant and a Jewish prayer (taken from the beginning of Amida prayer) for the High Holidays- which are melodically quite close to each other in a fascinating way. The third melody is a secular Israeli "folk song" written in the forties in an attempt to create genuine folk music for the Jews coming back to their home land. The two religious melodies which are quite intense and rhetoric set the mood for most of the piece. This emotionally charged atmosphere is changed later into the more relaxing and pastoral mood of the Israeli song which takes the piece to its end. The music develops in an uninterrupted flow moving directly from the first movement to the second one by means of a joint cadenza written for the two soloists.
Duration:
16'47""
Composing Year:
2008
Preformance Year:
2016
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"Voices" (Monodialogue"
2007, 14'51"
Mimi Ratz Wiesenberg-Choreography Menachem Wiesenberg-Music (Monodialogue) Tabea Zimmermann - Viola Avital Manu-Dancer
Duration:
14'51""
Preformance Year:
2007
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