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Playlist of Salamone Rossi

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  • Baruch haba bsheim Adonai - Salomone Rossi Hebreo

    2:03

    text from psalm 118:26-29

    ברוך הבא בשם יהוה ברכנוכם מבית יהוה
    אל ׀ יהוה ויאר לנו אסרו־חג בעבתים עד־קרנות המזבח
    אלי אתה ואודך אלהי ארוממך
    הודו ליהוה כי־טוב כי לעולם חסדו

    The one who enters in the Lord's name is blessed; we bless all of you from the Lord's house.
    The Lord is God! He has shined a light on us! So lead the festival offering with ropes all the way to the horns of the altar.
    You are my God - I will give thanks to you! You are my God - I will lift you up high!
    Give thanks to the Lord because he is good, because his faithful love lasts forever.

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  • Salomone Rossi- Yitgadál veyitkadásh- full Kaddish

    3:58

    Profeti della Quinta( Doron Schleifer, David Feldman-countertenor, Eitan Drori, David Nortman-tenor, Elam Rotem-bass and direction)
    Ensemble Muscadin ( Josué Meléndez Peláez-cornett, Corina Marti-recorder,
    Tore Eketorp-violone, Michal Gondko-theorbo, Alena Hönigová-positive organ, direction)

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  • IL MANTOVANO HEBREO - Salomone Rossi - PROFETI DELLA QUINTA

    2:56

    IL MANTOVANO HEBREO
    Italian madrigals, Hebrew prayers and Instrumental music
    by Salomone Rossi (c.1570-c.1630)
    PROFETI DELLA QUINTA
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    Doron Schleifer, David Feldman -- Canto
    Dino Lüthy, Dan Dunkelblum -- Tenor
    Elam Rotem -- Bass, harpsichord, musical direction
    Katya Polin, Eva Saladin -- Violin
    Orí Harmelin, Ryosuke Sakamoto -- Chitarrone

    Linn Records, October 2013



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    Music:
    - Udite lacrimosi spirti d'averno (primo libro di madrigali, 1600)
    - Sonata ottava aria E tanto tempo hormai (Il Quarto Libro de Varie Sonate, Sinfonie..., 1622)

    Film sequences from:
    HEBREO: The Search for Salomone Rossi (2012)
    Directed by Joseph Rochlitz, produced by Remmelt Lukkien


    Ensemble picture: Jim Poyner

  • Baroque music of Sephardi Jews, by Abraham Casseres, Salomone Rossi, and Lidarti

    41:38

    Concert of Baroque music of Jewish character, recorded in Amsterdam at the Portuguese synagogue in 1975

    Musique baroque à caractère juif, enregistrée en 1975 lors d'un concert au temple des Israélites portugais d'Amsterdam.

    Abraham Casseres - Hiski hizki
    Col hanessama tehallel Iah
    Bephi Yesarim tithalal
    Sonata - Salomone Rossi
    Leel elim - Abraham Casseres 16:53
    Canticum Hebraicum - Saladin

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  • Eftakh Na Sefatai by Salamone Rossi Hebreo

    6:51

    Salamone Rossi Hebreo
    Eftakh Na Sefatai (I open my lips to sing)
    Lyrics by Rabbi Matthias Ben Isaac of Bologna (14th century)
    Published in Venice in 1622
    Recorded May 24, 2018 Slosberg Hall, Brandeis
    The Zamir Chorale of Boston

    Joshua Jacobson, conductor
    Edwin Swanborn, organ
    Larry Sandberg, Recording Engineer
    Sheet music published by Transcontinental Music Publications

  • Salomone Rossi - Sonate „sopra la Bergamasca“

    2:25

    PRISMA

    Franciska Anna Hajdu – Violin
    Elisabeth Champollion – Recorder
    Alon Sariel – Lute
    Dávid Budai – Viola da gamba

    LIVE in Budapest August 14, 2015
    Bakáts Church

    Video production by László Tréznik

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  • Psalm 121 Shir Lamaalot - Jerusalem Oratorio Chamber Choir

    2:17

    Psalm 121 Shir Lama'alot or Song of Ascents by Salamone Rossi (1570-1630).
    In the 16th century, this Jewish Italian composer and violinist, fellow-student and collaborator of Claudio Monteverdi, wrote some thirty liturgical pieces for three to eight mixed voices. They fell into oblivion. In 1870, in Paris, Samuel Naumbourg, helped by the young Vincent d'Indy, brought them together in a volume and made them partially adopted by some synagogues. Shir Lama'alot for five voices is a composition taken from Rossi's book Hashirim Asher Lishlomo, printed in Venice in 1623.
    read more -

    The Jerusalem Oratorio Chamber Choir conducted by Ronen Borshevsky.

    Recording appeared on a CD which won the Golden Orpheus Award of the French Academy for best vocal music CD for 2007.
    For more info and purchase -


    Write us -
    oratorio.jerusalem@gmail.com

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    שיר למעלות - סלומונה רוסי
    המקהלה הקאמרית אורטוריו ירושלים
    מנצח - רונן בורשבסקי

  • Al Naharot Bavel

    3:33

    (Note: The opening is intentionally silent.)
    The Zamir Chorale of Boston
    Joshua Jacobson, conductor
    Al Naharot Bavel
    By the Waters of Babylon (Psalm 137)
    Music of Salamone Rossi (1622)
    Recorded July 9, 1999,
    at the Universitätskirche in Vienna, Austria
    Francis X. Coakley, recording engineer

  • Salamone Rossi: Sonata quarta sopra laria di Ruggiero Voices of Music 4K

    4:34

    Salamone Rossi's variations over the Ruggiero ground bass. Live, 4K video from the Voices of Music Concerto delle Donne concert, October, 2019. Performed on original instruments.
    Salamone Rossi (שלמה מן האדומים) was a pioneer in the development of the trio sonata and the violin. Book three was published in Venice in 1613, and our edition was made from the extant 1623 print.
    Rossi uses the repeating harmonic pattern, or ground bass for most of the sonata, breaking out in a walking bass at the conclusion. The ground bass was known in the 17th century as Ruggiero, probably a reference to Ariosto's immmensely popular Orlando Furioso (Ruggier, qual sempre fui, tal esser voglio). Rossi writes a note to the musicians si replica l'ultima parte ma più presto--play the repeat faster. And so we did!

    Voices of Music
    Hanneke van Proosdij & David Tayler, directors
    Elizabeth Blumenstock & Alana Youssefian, baroque violins
    Elisabeth Reed, viola da gamba
    Hanneke van Proosdij, harpsichord
    David Tayler, baroque guitar

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  • Salamone Rossi - Songs of Solomon - Kuhn Chamber Soloists

    15:19

    Kuhn Chamber Soloists -
    Symposium Musicum
    Pavel Kuhn
    2CD set

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    (Sung in Hebrew/Aramaic)

    EXCERPTS:

    1) Qadish (3 minutes and 23 seconds)
    Magnified and sanctified be the name of God throughout the world which He hath created according to His will.

    2) Qadish (2nd version) (2 minutes and 35 seconds)
    (Same words)

    Sacred music for religious services. Written by the Italian composer Salamone Rossi. Sung in Hebrew/Aramaic.



    Kaddish (קדיש, Qaddish Aramaic: holy; alternate spellings, qaddish, ḳaddish) is a prayer found in the Jewish prayer service. The central theme of the Kaddish is the magnification and sanctification of God's name. In the liturgy different versions of the Kaddish are used functionally as separators between sections of the service. The term Kaddish is often used to refer specifically to The Mourners' Kaddish, said as part of the mourning rituals in Judaism in all prayer services as well as at funerals and memorials. When mention is made of saying Kaddish, this unambiguously denotes the rituals of mourning.

    Other versions are also of interest:


    3) Keter (The Crown) (2 minutes and 40 seconds)
    They crown of holiness is acclaimed by throngs of angels of high and by Thy people assembled below...

    4) Elohim Hashivenu (2 minutes and 60 seconds)-
    O God, restore us; And cause Thy face to shine, and we shall be saved.
    (Psalm 80, V.3, 7, 19)

    5) Shir HaMaaolot (2 minutes and 14 seconds)
    Blessed is every one that feareth the Lord. (Psalm 128)

    6) Bar'chu (1 minute and 07 seconds) -
    Bless the Lord who is to be praised. Praised be the Lord who is blessed for all eternity.

  • Kedushah by Salamone Rossi

    6:46

    Kedushah (Keter)
    By Salamone Rossi
    The Zamir Chorale of Boston
    Joshua Jacobson, conductor
    Charles Osborne, Soloist
    Recorded in 1996

    Sheet music published by Broude Brothers publications

  • Salamone Rossi - Kaddish - New York Baroque - Eric Milnes

    3:43

    Salamone Rossi - Kaddish -
    New York Baroque - Eric Milnes
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    Sacred music for religious services. Written by the Italian composer Salamone Rossi. Sung in Hebrew/Aramaic.



    Kaddish (קדיש, Qaddish Aramaic: holy; alternate spellings, qaddish, ḳaddish) is a prayer found in the Jewish prayer service. The central theme of the Kaddish is the magnification and sanctification of God's name. In the liturgy different versions of the Kaddish are used functionally as separators between sections of the service. The term Kaddish is often used to refer specifically to The Mourners' Kaddish, said as part of the mourning rituals in Judaism in all prayer services as well as at funerals and memorials. When mention is made of saying Kaddish, this unambiguously denotes the rituals of mourning.
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    Other versions are also of interest:

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  • Al Naharot Bavel - Salomone Rossi

    2:32

    Prophets of the Perfect Fifth
    נביאי הקווינטה
    Countertenor: David Feldman
    Tenor: Eitan Drori, David Nortman
    Bass: Elam Rotem
    קונטרטנור: דוד פלדמן
    טנור: איתן דרורי, דוד נורטמן
    בס: עילם רותם

  • Adon olam

    2:32

    Adon olam, asher malach,
    b'terem kol y'tzir nivra.
    L'et na'asah v'cheftzo kol,
    azai melech sh'mo nikra.
    V'acharey kichlot hakol,
    l'vado yimloch nora.
    V'hu haya, v'hu hoveh,
    v'hu yih'yeh b'tifara.

    V'hu echad, v'eyn sheni
    l'hamshil lo, l'hachbira.
    B'li reishit, b'li tachlit,
    v'lo ha'oz v'hamisrah.

    V'hu Eli, v'chai go'ali,
    v'tzur chevli b'et tzarah.
    V'hu nisi umanos li,
    m'nat kosi b'yom ekra.

    B'yado afkid ruchi
    b'et ishan v'a'irah.
    V'im ruchi g'viyati,
    Adonai li v'lo ira.


    Seine weltliche Musik war so hoch angesehen, daß der Fürst Gonzaga ihn der Verpflichtung entband, auf seiner Kleidung den gelben Stern zu tragen. (Aus dem Beiheft der CD)

    Das Adon olan, die achtstimmige Vertonung einer traditionellen jüdischen Hymne, die zum Ausklang des Gottesdienstes gesungen wird, veröffentlichte Rossi 1622 in der Sammlung 'Shirim Asher Li'Shlomo'.


    The Boston Camerata, Joel Cohen
    Harmonia Mundi 1901021

  • Salamone Rossi Hebreo: Psalm 128

    3:57

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Salamone Rossi Hebreo: Psalm 128 · The King's Singers

    Sacred Bridges: Psalms of David

    ℗ 2005 Signum Records

    Released on: 2005-10-03

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Salamone Rossi - Elohim Hashiveinu - New York Baroque - Eric Milnes

    2:46

    Salamone Rossi - Elohim Hashiveinu -
    New York Baroque - Eric Milnes
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    Sacred music for religious services. Written by the Italian composer Salamone Rossi. Sung in Hebrew.
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    ELOHIM HASHIVEINU

    O God, restore us, and cause Your face to shine, and we shall be saved. O Lord God of hosts, restore us.

  • Salamone Rossi - Sonata No.6 in Dialogo detta la Viena

    4:20

    Salamone Rossi - Sonata No.6 in Dialogo detta la Viena

    Salamone de'Rossi
    (1570 - 1630)

    Salamone de' Rossi became the leading Jewish composer of the late Italian Renaissance, and a court musician of the Gonzaga rulers of Mantua. Very little is known about his life. He was apparently the son of a certain Bonaiuto (Azariah) de' Rossi; but this Azariah cannot be identical with the well-known philosopher of the same name who expressed regret that he had no sons to survive him.

    Rossi's published works ranging between the years 1589-1628 are the only direct documentation on his life and work. It has been assumed that he was born about 1570. He entered the service of Duke Vicenzo I in 1587 as a singer and viola player, and soon became the leader of the duke's musical establishment and of an instrumental ensemble composed most probably of Jewish musicians. In 1606, Duke Vincenzo I freed Rossi of the requirement to wear the yellow badge imposed on the Jewish community of the city, and this privilege was renewed in 1612 by the new duke, Francesco II. Rossi's group achieved a high reputation and was occasionally loaned to neighboring courts, as in 1612 when Alessandro, duke of Mirandola, invited the Jew Salamon and his company to his court. Rossi's name as a violist appears on the ducal payrolls until the year 1622. The death of the last Gonzaga duke and the sack of Mantua by the Austrian army (1628-30) put an end to the golden age of Mantuan court music. In that year many Jews fled to the Venetian ghetto where the Mantuan music circle found a certain measure of continuation in the Jewish musical Accademia degli Impediti. This group was sponsored by Rossi's patron, the famed Leone Modena, although it cannot be ascertained whether Rossi himself was still alive and active in the Accademia.

    With Salamone de' Rossi, a peak was reached in Jewish contributions to Western art music. He was perhaps the last, but certainly the most important, of a long and distinguished list of Jewish court musicians (instrumentalists, singers, dancers, players) who were active in Mantua throughout the 16th century.

    At the Mantuan court Rossi developed his abilities through a constant exchange of views and techniques in composition with the well-known musicians of the court.

    Like the other Mantuan court musicians, Rossi started as a madrigalist but soon tried his creative talents at the new style of ornamental monody, i.e., songs or instrumental pieces with one leading solo voice supported by a fundamental bass. He is considered the pioneer of these new baroque forms which include the trio sonata and suite. As a Jewish musician, his lasting contribution is his Ha-Shirim Asher li-Shelomo, 33 settings for three to eight voices of Hebrew texts, comprising psalms, hymns, and other religious poems for festive synagogue services. The settings are composed in the then prevailing a cappella style of Palestrina and G. Gabrieli, with intent to regenerate traditional musical liturgy with polyphonic choral settings.

    Sources: Gates to Jewish Heritage

    Painting - Louis XIV and Louise de la Valliere in the Bois de Vincennes
    Artist - Jean Frederic Schall

  • Rossi: Sonata sopra laria di Ruggiero

    3:39

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Rossi: Sonata sopra l'aria di Ruggiero · Musica Antiqua Köln · Reinhard Goebel

    Monteverdi: Lamento d'Arianna; Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda / Farina: Sonata La Desperata / Rossi: Sonata sopra l'aria di Ruggiero / Fontana: Sonata a tre violini / Marini: Passacaglio a 4; Sonata sopra la Monica; Eco a tre violini / Buonamente:

    ℗ 1979 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 1985-01-01

    Producer: Dr. Andreas Holschneider
    Producer: Dr. Gerd Ploebsch
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Hans-Peter Schweigmann
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Rainer Höpfner
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Helmut Najda
    Composer Lyricist: Salomone Rossi

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Jerusalem A-Cappella Singers Conducted by Judi Axelrod- Salamone Rossi, Keter

    3:00

    Jerusalem A-Cappella Singers - זמרי אקפלה ירושלים
    Conducted by Judi Axelrod
    בניצוחה של ג'ודי אקסלרוד

    Keter by Salamone Rossi
    כתר מאת סלומונה רוסי

  • Salamone Rossi: Sonata

    53

    Mantova 1985

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  • CRSP 2014 - Adon Olam by Salamone Rossi

    2:55

    From a Summer Concert performed at
    Notre Dame d’Auvergne church
    Ponteix, Saskatchewan, Canada
    August 2, 2014 - 7:30 pm

    We were honoured and most grateful to be able to participate in the Centennial anniversary of the town of Ponteix. Many thanks to the organizing committee.

    Director: Jane Perry

    Sopranos: Leslie Buckle, Lauretta Carrick, Cora Castle, Marcia Epstein, Liz Graves, Lisa Hurrle, Janet Lavoie, Tania Smith

    Altos: Rachel Ewert, Sheila Gow, Marsha Haug, Brandis Purcell, Lorna Rowsell-Petti, Christina Waldner, Sandy Willott

    Tenors: Michael Bruch, Frejya Evenstar, Ian Macdonald, Llyn Strelau, Dick Willott

    Basses: Michael Coulson, Ian Kennedy, Grant Larson, Nick Zekulin

    Audio recording by Rod Shaver
    Editing by Tania Smith

  • Salamone Rossi - Gagliarda detta la Massara

    2:32

    From the album In Dialogo
    Concerto Foscari / Alon Sariel

    For orders: info@concerto-foscari.de

  • Salamone Rossi Hebreo: Psalm 124

    2:28

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Salamone Rossi Hebreo: Psalm 124 · The King's Singers

    Sacred Bridges: Psalms of David

    ℗ 2005 Signum Records

    Released on: 2005-10-03

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Salomone Rossi Sinfonia a 3

    1:55

    Il Giardino Armonico

    CD1 from



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    Salamone Rossi or Salomone Rossi (Hebrew: סלומונה רוסי or שלמה מן האדומים‎) (Salamon, Schlomo; de' Rossi) (c. 1570 -- 1630) was an Italian Jewish violinist and composer. He was a transitional figure between the late Italian Renaissance period and early Baroque.
    As a young man, Rossi, who was Jewish, acquired a reputation as a talented violinist. He was then hired (in 1587) as a court musician in Mantua, where records of his activities as a violinist survive.
    Rossi served at the court of Mantua from 1587 to 1628 where he entertained the ducal family and their highly esteemed guests. The composers Rossi, Monteverdi, Gastoldi, Wert and Viadana provided fashionable music for banquets, wedding feasts, theatre productions and chapel services amongst others.
    Salamone Rossi probably died either in the invasion of Austrian troops, who defeated the Gonzagas and destroyed the Jewish ghetto in Mantua, or in the subsequent plague which ravaged the area.
    Rossi's sister, Madama Europa, was an opera singer, and possibly the first Jewish woman to be professionally engaged in that area. She is reported to have premiered Lamento d'Arianna of Claudio Monteverdi - in whose orchestra Rossi played violin - for the Duke of Gonzaga. She also disappeared after the end of the Gonzaga court and subsequent sack of the ghetto.
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  • Salamone Rossi - Barchu - New York Baroque - Eric Milnes

    1:13

    Salamone Rossi - Bar'chu -
    New York Baroque - Eric Milnes
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    BARCHU

    Praise the Lord, Source of blessing.
    Praised be the Lord, Source of blessing, throughout all time.

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    Sacred music for religious services. Written by the Italian composer Salamone Rossi. Sung in Hebrew.

  • Keter - Salomone Rossi -

    3:36

    Ensemble Biscantores
    Live in S. Maria Maddalena di Velasca Vimercate Ottobre 2014

    SOLI
    Canto: Francesca Cassinari
    Alto: Elena Carzaniga
    Tenore: Roberto Rilievi
    Basso: Marco Radaelli

    Soprani: Grazia Bilotta, Elisa De Toffol, Sarah Intrieri Vera MIlani.
    Alti: Edvige Brambilla, Monica Fumagalli, Camilla Novielli.
    Tenori: Davide Colnaghi, Davide Nicolussi, Stefano Perego, Fabio Rovelli, Luca Crippa.
    Bassi: Alfredo Magni, Alessando Marchesi, Marco Saccardin.

    Viola da gamba: Luciana Elizondo
    Violone: Diana Fazzini
    Tiorba: Franco Lazzari
    Organo: Gianluca Viglizzo


    Direttore
    Luca Colombo

    biscantores@gmail.com

  • The Strangers: Songs of Solomon, Salomone Rossi

    24:10

    The Strangers Present Songs of Solomon, by Salomone Rossi.

    KETER: 0:16
    KADASH: 3:14
    MIZMOR: 7:25
    BARECHU: 10:34
    ELLE MODAI ADONAI: 12:20
    OHIME: 13:04
    ANIMA DEL COR MIO: 15:32
    TIRSI MIO: 17:58
    ELOHIM: 20:47

    The Strangers:
    Allison Selby Cook - Soprano
    Josh R. Pritchett - Alto
    Ryan Townsend Strand - Tenor
    Michael Hawes - Bass Baritone
    Joel Spears - Theorboist

  • Salamone Rossi - Kaddish - Ensemble Texto

    6:17



    Marine Beelen, Elodie Fonnard (sopranos)
    Geneviève Cirasse (mezzo-soprano)
    Angèle Meunier (contralto)
    Antoine Jomin, Christian Ploix (tenors)
    Beltran Iraburu (baritone)
    David Schavelzon (bass-baritone)
    David Klein (conductor)

    Live recording by Thierry Bardon
    excerpt from the CD album
    Musiques juives baroques : Venise, Mantoue, Amsterdam
    (1623-1774)
    Buda Musique 860212
    with the kind permission of the collection
    Patrimoines musicaux des Juifs de France

  • Adon Olam

    4:25

    Adon Olam (אדון עולם) - Lord of the Universe


    Music composed by Salomone Rossi (1570 - 1630)


    Emile Kaçmann (Bass) with choir and organ
    1954

  • Salamone Rossi Canzon

    2:53

  • Capellatte - Hallelujah - Salomone Rossi

    2:43

    Shelly Berlinsky conducts this performance of Salomone Rossi's Psalm 146 by Capellatte Vocal Ensemble that took place at St. Andrews Church in Jerusalem on Friday, March 27, 2009 as part of the annual Jerusalem Festival of the Arts.

  • Salomone Rossi - Galiarda detta la Narciso, Kaddish

    6:13

    Ansambl za ranu glazbu Minstrel
    Koncert - Zagreb, crkva sv. Katarine 19.10.2012.

    Ana Lice - sopran
    Vesna Matana Matić - mezzosopran
    Nenad Kosak - tenor
    Luka Marohnić - bas, cembalo
    Ante Beno - blok flauta
    Georges Grujić - dulzian
    Sandra Munić - sopran viola da gamba
    Oliver Đorđević - tenor viola da gamba
    Marijana Vukovojac-Dugan - bas viola da gamba
    Srdjan Berdović - tenor
    Tvrtko Sarić - lutnja
    Darko Karajić - chitarone
    Fran Krsto Šercar - udaraljke

  • Barechu – Salamone Rossi

    1:13

    Barechu by Salamone Rossi (c. 1570-1630).

    Vocals: Steven Hoffman
    Mixing and Editing: Steven Hoffman
    Recorded, mixed, and edited on May 24, 2015.

    Another basic edit/mix I did on my own. This piece was almost singlehandedly responsible for igniting my love of choral music. I previously recorded this piece in fall 2013, but I decided to re-record it to show my growth as a singer since then.

    Text: (Hebrew transliteration)
    Barechu et Hashem ha-m'vorach
    Baruch Hashem ha-m'vorach l'olam va-ed

    Check out my other recordings on Soundcloud:

  • Salomone Rossi - Sinfonia Grave & Kadish - barrocade

    6:41

    Salomone Rossi - Sinfonia Grave & Kadish
    Barrocade and the Prophets of the perfect fifth
    סלומונה רוסי - סינפוניה גרבה וקדיש
    בארוקדה ונביאי הקוינטה

  • Salamone Rossi - Keter - New York Baroque - Eric Milnes

    2:41

    Salamone Rossi - Keter -
    New York Baroque - Eric Milnes
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    Sacred music for religious services. Written by the Italian composer Salamone Rossi. Sung in Hebrew.


    KETER

    Your crown is acclaimed by throngs on high and multitudes below. His glory fills the universe....
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  • Salomone Rossi - Gagliarda detta Norsina a 5

    1:05

    Il Giardino Armonico

  • Salamone Rossi - Ha-shirim asher li-Shlomo

    2:58

    From Ha-SHIRIM ASHER LI-SH'LOMO, (Heb. השירים אשר לשלמה ; The Songs of Solomon)
    [Venice, 1623]

    I. Eyn kelohienu - 0:00
    II. Bor'chu et adonoy - 1:04

    Performed by Montreal Baroque
    dir. Eric Milnes

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    Picture: The Judgement of Solomon (1665) by Luca Giordano.

  • The Jewish Composers - Salamone deRossi

    3:03



    The 16th century Jewish composer Salamone de'Rossi is one of the more elusive figures in the world of Jewish liturgical music. All we know about him is the music which he left to us. In this first podcast in what I hope will be a series on the Jewish composers, my Dad and I try to find out a little more about Salamone de'Rossi the man, how his music was influenced by the world in which he lived and why we know so little about him. The podcast includes examples of de'Rossi’s work performed by the Zamir Chorale of Boston.

  • Barechu written by Salamone Rossi - USC Recital Choir

    1:38

    Barechu written by Salamone Rossi - USC Recital Choir
    conducted by Yohan Partan

  • Salamone Rossi: Hashkivenu

    3:02

    Hashkivenu (a Hebrew prayer) set to music by the Italian renaissance composer Salamone Rossi (ca. 1570 -- 1630).
    Performed by the Semper Reformanda Vocal Ensemble, May 24, 2014.
    Református Zenei Fesztivál, Budapest.

  • Salomone Rossi, Sinfonia à 4. Gagliarda detta Marchesino

    2:21

    NARRAR CON PAROLE E CON MUSICA: PERCORSI CINQUECENTESCHI DAL DECAMERON ALL'INNAMORATO
    Concerto 8 novembre 2013 Auditorium E. Morricone - Università Tor Vergata Roma

    Ensemble Athenaeum

    MICAELA PARRILLA soprano
    ANTONELLO DORIGO controtenore
    MAURIZIO SCAVONE tenore
    GIULIANO BONELLI basso/percussioni
    ROMEO CIUFFA flauti
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