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Klingende Toleranz (Resounding Tolerance) (2019)
A Jewish-Christian synagogue concert from Leipzig from 1926 with works by J. S. Bach, Handel, Corelli, F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy,
A. Mendelssohn, Jadassohn, Rossi, Lewandowski and Lampel. With: Leipziger Synagogalchor, Kammer-chor Josquin des Préz, Anja Pöche (soprano), Susanne Langner (alto), Assaf Levitin (bass baritone), Henrik Hochschild (violin), Ullrich Böhme (organ) and Tilmann Löser (organ).
Track list and audio clips
€ 18,00 plus shipping costs
Yiddish songs in new arrangements (2016)
Internationally renowned arrangers have been inspired by the melodies and created complex, colorful and innovative arrangements, offering an impressive variety, which brings to life the melodic and emotional richness of the Yiddish songs in a contemporary and creative way.