Tag Archive: Tenor

Zot Admati (This is my Land), Song, Op. 207 (1947)

Two historic recordings, probably from 1947:
Track 1: Zot Admati for Orchestra
Marc Lavry, Conductor
Kol Israel Symphony Orchestra (The Broadcasting Service Orchestra)

Track 2: Zot Admati for Choir and Orchestra
Marc Lavry, Conductor
Kol Zion Lagola Choir (The Broadcasting Service Choir)
Kol Israel Symphony Orchestra (The Broadcasting Service Orchestra)

Variations: Several arrangements are available for the song:

  • Voice and Piano
  • Choir

Kach Tov Li (I Feel So Good), Song, Op. 283 (1959)

Kach Tov Li recorded in Jerusalem on December 13, 1962:
Luci Arnon, Soprano
Marc Lavry, Conductor
Kol Israel Symphony Orchestra (The Broadcasting Service Orchestra)

Variations: Two arrangements are available for the song:

  • Voice and Piano
  • Voice and Orchestra

Lyrics: Avraham Broides

Duration: 1:53 Minutes

Publisher: The Marc Lavry Heritage Society

Synopsis:
A fun song that inspires optimism and joy. Feeling good, Lavry ends the song with …

Yeshan Machmadi (Sleep My Darling), Song, Op. 336 (1963)

Rachel Nachmias, Mezzo-Soprano
Marc Lavry, Conductor
Kol Israel Symphony Orchestra (The Israel Broadcasting Service Orchestra)

Variations: Several arrangements are available for the song:

  • Voice with Piano
  • Voice with Orchestra
  • A Cappella Choir

Lyrics: Yaacov Cohen

Duration: 2:20 minutes

Publisher: The Marc Lavry Heritage Society

Synopsis:
The lullaby Yeshan Machmadi (Sleep My Darling) was composed by Lavry in Haifa, Israel on December 29, 1963.

Lyrics: Yeshan …

Baderech (On the Way), Song, Op. 149 (1941)

A Historic recording from September 3, 1952:
Antonia Lavanne, Soprano
Yaacov Shlezinger, Piano

Lyrics: Rachel (Rachel Bluwstein)

Duration: 1:55 minutes

Publisher: The Marc Lavry Heritage Society

Synopsis:
Lavry composed two of Rachel’s poems: Baderech (On the Way) and El Artzi (For my Land.)

Baderech is one of Rachel intimate and sad poems. Lavry’s music is written as a recitative–aria that conveys the poet mood lamenting her …

Mi Anachnu? (Who Are We?), Song, Op. 261 No. 3 (1956)

Track 1: Variation for choir
Recorded April 15, 1956
Kol Zion Lagola Choir (The Broadcasting Service Choir)
Marc Lavry, Conductor
Kol Israel Symphony Orchestra (The Broadcasting Service Orchestra)

Track 2: Variation for Coloratura Soprano and Choir sung by Hanna Aharoni
Recorded April 9, 1956
Hanna Aharoni, Soprano
Marc Lavry, Conductor
Kol Zion Lagola Choir (The Broadcasting Service Choir)
Kol Israel Symphony Orchestra …

Roeh Tzon (Shepherd), Song, Op. 225 No. 2 (1950)

Ro'eh Tzon (Shepherd) - manuscript in Marc Lavry's handwriting

Ro’eh Tzon (Shepherd) – manuscript in Marc Lavry’s handwriting

Recording from April 9, 1952
Shoshana Shoshan, Soprano
Max Lampel, Piano

Solo: Voice

Lyrics: Avraham Shlonsky

Duration: 1:50 minutes

Publisher: The Marc Lavry Heritage Society

Synopsis:
Lavry composed two of his friend poet Avraham Shlonsky’s poems.
Zemer (Tune) had become one of best known songs in the Hebrew repertoire while Roeh Tzon is still waiting for its …

Boker Al Hachof (Morning on the Beach), Song, Op. 285 (1959)

A recording from September 30, 1959:
Netania Davrath, Soprano
Marc Lavry, Conductor
Kol Israel Symphony Orchestra (The Broadcasting Service Orchestra)

Solo: Soprano

Duration: 2:44 minutes

Lyrics: Avraham Broides

Publisher: The Marc Lavry Heritage Society (the sheet music is currently missing)

Synopsis:
In 1959, Lavry wrote three popular songs: Kach Tov Li (I Feel So Good), Opus 283, Hikiti La’isha (I waited for the woman), Opus