והיום בפינתנו “מה הקשר?”

 אני תמיד מנסה להסביר לתלמידי היקרים שחשוב לתת סימן ברור למלווה – או ליתר הנגנים, ועל הסימן הזה להיות ברור…להראות את האופי, המקצב, הדינמיקה…. אז הנה דוגמא מופלאה למישהו שלא היה בשיעור הזה:

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Performing ‘Early’ Music in the Age of Recordings: National Styles and Influences in Performance – Then and Now A conference on the study of performance, past and present, 13-14 October 2014 The 5th International Early Music Seminar in Tel Aviv…

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Read about Israeli composer E…

Read about Israeli composer Eyal Bat’s piece for rec. & piano, recently published and listen to a live performance of it.

G. Ph. Telemann – sonata…

G. Ph. Telemann – sonata in D minor (Re Minor) for recorder and BC http://t.co/c0rKc5o

Telemann – The sonata for recorder and bc in d minor

In the last month I found myself teaching this recorder sonata twice to two different students, and playing it ,yself in a recital after a long time we (it and me) have been out of touch. If you know this…

“You who dwell in the gardens” (Hayoshevet Baganim) – by Eyal Bat

You who Dwell in the Gardens Listen to this piece http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=4778612, while you read about it: Eyal speaks: “You who Dwell in the Gardens” is a piece of spiritual longing. My encounter with Drora Bruck inspired me to cast this…

G. P. Cima – sonatas for solo instrument (violin, or cornet)

The solo sonatas of G. P. Cima were always close to my heart and my ears, since the frst time I had played them, over 15 years ago. For years I have always picked these two sonatas as the first…