Zon en Regen - Sun and Rain - Zun mit a regn
Jewish Music Project JMPCD001
Sovali (Sofie van Lier), soprano (I, III, V, VII)
Boris Goldenblank, violin (I, V, VI, VII)
Alexander Oratovski, cello (I, II, VII-1-2)
Wladislaw Warenberg, cello (V, VII-3)
Sander Sittig, piano (I, V, VI, VII-3)
Paul Prenen, piano (III, IV, VII-1-2)
Synagogue Nijmegen / 6 February 2005 / Pub. 2007 / 67:31
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Mieczysław Weinberg (1919–1996)

I. Jewish Songs (Yitskhok Leyb Perets), Op. 13 (1943)
Arranged for soprano and piano trio by Alexander Oratovski (2004)
Performed only once at 1943 in Tashkent, and in a (now lost) arrangement for soprano and chamber orchestra by Basner
1. Introduction
2. Breytele (‘Bread Roll’)
3. Viglid (‘Cradle Song’)
4. Der jeger (‘The Hunter’)
5. Oyfn grinem bergele (‘On the Green Mountain’)
6. Der yesoymes brivele (The Letter of the Orphan’)
7. Coda

II. Sonata for Cello Solo No. 1, Op. 72 (1960)
1. Adagio
2. Allegretto
3. Allegro

III. Jewish Songs (Samuel Galkin), Op. 17 (1944), for soprano and piano.
1. Tsu di royte kriger (‘To the Red Soldier’)
2. Di muter (‘The Mother’)
3. Nay-yor lid ('New Year Song')
4. Tsum libn (‘To Love’)
5. Tife griber, royte leym (‘Deep Graves, Red Earth’)
6. Tsum shlakhtman (‘To the warrior’)

Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975)

IV. Prelude and Fugue No. 8 in F sharp minor for piano, Op. 87 (1950–51)

V. From Jewish Folk Poetry, Op. 79 (1948) – song-cycle
Arranged for soprano and piano trio by Alexander Oratovski (2004)
1. Zun mit a regn’ (‘Sun and Rain’)
3. Shlof mayn kind’ (‘Sleep, My child’)
5. Her zhe, Khasye’ (‘Listen, Khasye’)
7. Af dem boydem’ (‘On the Garrett’)

Veniamin Basner (1925–1996)

VI. Poem for violin and piano, Op. 7, No. 1 (1950)

VII. Three fragments from the musical "Jewish Luck" for voice and piano trio Op. 45 (1994)
Libretto by B. Pantser after D. Friedman's novel "Mendel Marants"
Arranged for soprano and piano trio by Alexander Oratovski (2004)
1. Evreiskoe mestechko
2. Pesnia o rodstvennikakh
3. Svad'ba