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Recorded live in 1992, Kabbala - an oratorio in Hebrew, originally composed for the "Mittelfest" in Cividale del Friuli, Italy - is performed here by the Clemencic Consort. The Clemencic Consort is an early-music ensemble comprised of international artists under the direction of Rene Clemencic. It performs in varying combinations of voices and instruments, depending on the program. Since 1966 Rene Clemencic has been responsible for the Musica Antiqua concert cycle of the Society of Friends of Music in Vienna. He has released more than 100 records and CDs, some of which have won such international prizes as the Edison, Grand Prix du Disque, Diapason d'Or and Prix Cecilia.
Recorded live in 1992, Kabbala - an oratorio in Hebrew, originally composed for the "Mittelfest" in Cividale del Friuli, Italy - is performed here by the Clemencic Consort. The Clemencic Consort is an early-music ensemble comprised of international artists under the direction of Rene Clemencic. It performs in varying combinations of voices and instruments, depending on the program. Since 1966 Rene Clemencic has been responsible for the Musica Antiqua concert cycle of the Society of Friends of Music in Vienna. He has released more than 100 records and CDs, some of which have won such international prizes as the Edison, Grand Prix du Disque, Diapason d'Or and Prix Cecilia.
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Format: CD
Label: ESMM
Catalog: 139952
Rel. Date: 08/08/2012
UPC: 894231399527

Clemencic: Kabbala Oratorium 1992
Artist: Rent Clemencic
Format: CD
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Recorded live in 1992, Kabbala - an oratorio in Hebrew, originally composed for the "Mittelfest" in Cividale del Friuli, Italy - is performed here by the Clemencic Consort. The Clemencic Consort is an early-music ensemble comprised of international artists under the direction of Rene Clemencic. It performs in varying combinations of voices and instruments, depending on the program. Since 1966 Rene Clemencic has been responsible for the Musica Antiqua concert cycle of the Society of Friends of Music in Vienna. He has released more than 100 records and CDs, some of which have won such international prizes as the Edison, Grand Prix du Disque, Diapason d'Or and Prix Cecilia.
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