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Nina Perlove, flute plays Achat Sha'alti by Paul Schoenfield REUPLOADED
14 Dec 2008
Nina Perlove, flute Song Hun Nam, piano Live in concert Dec. 3, 2008 Sheet music and recordings for this piece are available here: http://www.realfluteproject.com/REALFLUTE/Schoenfield.html The title Achat Sha'alti is based on Psalm 27, verse 4, I ask only one thing, Lord: Let me live in your house every day of my life to see how wonderful you are and to pray in your temple. I would like to dedicate this performance to the memory of Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg, who died during the recent terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, and to all the innocent victims of this tragic event. I was a little choked up during the performance, which makes playing flute tricky. The following program notes are by David Wright from the CD Flutes (New World Records) The recent revival of klezmer music, the festive popular idiom that came to full flower in eastern European Jewish communities during the nineteenth century, has revealed its profound influence on the styles of Gershwin,