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He was acknowledged as a Jew, he was classically trained in the music of the era, and by the age of 18 he was already working for the chamber orchestra of the local duke in Mantua, Italy. He wrote tunes of the liturgy — I may sing a Barchu that is still done today in choral groups.
There was a whole publication of Jewish prayers and songs written by Rossi and arranged in Madrigal style. He started off as a violinist, and his sister was a singer, and she also was treasured by the court. When the one duke died, the next duke also embraced him, but after the second duke passed away, the troops of Ferdinand the Second looted the ghetto.
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So very interesting, also tragic. Moving along, I see that you will be also playing some very old klezmer tunes in the concert. How will the more refined European art music meet with Klezmer music in the same concert setting?
Klezmer coming from the Chasidim and the shtetls of Eastern Europe seems so much closer to gypsy music then it is to Haydn and Scarlotti! Well, first of all, there will be an intermission in-between! I talk to the audience about the lives of the composers, but its not presented in a scholarly way, its just presented conversationally.
From Baroque to Klezmer: Sémplice Concert Sunday – Boulder Jewish News
Lastly, you are from Boulder, and while a student at Boulder High School you got your start with a folk ensemble called Propinquity. Cro-Magnon is a real early example of noise rock from and then I moved to perhaps the oddest choice, Faith No More's "Jizzlobber.
The sufferers believes that they have colorful, painful fibers springing out of their bodies and often scratch their skin raw to get them out. Scientists seem to largely believe it's a neurological disorder but there are several sad YouTube videos of Morgellon's sufferers who don't think it's all in their head. So, thinking about the horror of this disease, be it mental or physical I was thinking of the most powerful scream I could and once I remembered how Mike Patton screams in this song it took me awhile to remember what song had this scream.
I guess the connection too is that Cro-Magnon and Mr. Bungle feel like kindred spirits. Then I had to play some Mingus, who Joni worked with shortly before he died.Carla Sciaky - And I a Fairytale Lady
I didn't play his and her version of Goodbye Pork Pie hat, I just played the original. And then closing with the version of "Both Sides Now" from the album of the same name. I'll just leave it there. I set up a Spotify playlist if you're interested.