• Gutman, Delilah : 13 Jewish Songs for Voice and Violin (2014)

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Delilah Gutman

13 Jewish Songs for Voice and Violin (2014)

  • Publisher: Ut Orpheus
  • Code: JM 8
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Shemà Israel; Yedid Nefesh; Sheyibanè; Shalòm Aleichem; Ossè Shalòm; Hinné ma tov; Kyriah Yefeifiah; Hevenu Shalòm Aleichem; Durme durme; Adio Kerida; Kuando el rey Nimrod; Nani nani; La memoria parla un canto

Author: Delilah Gutman (*1978)

Publication Date: 11/30/2014

Series: Jewish Music

Pages: pp. 40

Size: 230x310 mm

Binding: Saddle stitching

ISMN: 979-0-2153-2268-4

Code: JM 8

Pianist, Composer and Singer, Italo-American, Delilah Gutman was born in Madrid, 1978. She lives and works in Milan and Rimini where, in 2007, she founded the Cultural Association D.G.M.A. for the research and production of musical and multi-media events such as “Silenzio Musica”, “DoNna” and “Kol bpm.”
She graduated in piano, electronic music and composition at the Conservatorio di Musica Giuseppe Verdi of Milan. She studied composition with Niccolò Castiglioni, Bruno Zanolini and Alessandro Solbiati, piano with Lidia Arcuri, and electronic music with Riccardo Sinigaglia. She has attended masterclasses with Gyorgy Ligeti, Gabriele Bianchi, Salvatore Sciarrino, and Luca Francesconi.
As a composer, she has to date over one hundred premières in Italy and abroad.
Among her many musical installations, readings, art exhibitions, and video art, in particular she has collaborated with the poets Manrico Murzi and Salvatore Ritrovato; writers Haim Baharier, Roberto Piumini and Guido Quarzo; and visual artists Mark Kostabi and Enzo Cucchi.
Stringendo Magazine (April 2016)
Italo-American pianist, composer and singer Delilah Gutman has to date over one hundred premières in Italy and abroad. Her 13 Jewish Songs are very attractive settings of spiritual songs in the Chassidic, Sephardic and Traditional Israeli styles covering the 13th to 17th centuries. ... The vocal span throughout the set is from an e below middle c, to a g one and a half octaves above middle c. Singers would need to choose the songs carefully to suit their range. A bracket of these contrasting songs would be most enjoyable for the audience. The violin writing is very idiomatic with simple double stops and is well edited by Raffaello Negri in this fine Ut Orpheus publication. (Andrew Lorenz)
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