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  • Play Download1 A Girl Named Limonad, Los Angeles | Op. 3 (1977) Symphonic poem 16:32 min.

    Los Angeles Jewish Symphony Orchestra / Noreen Green; Los Angeles, December 3, 1995

  • PlayDownload2 Girl Butterfly Girl, National Library | Op. 4 (1977) The complete cycle, sung in hebrew. Lyrics by poets from Lebanon and Syria, translated by Sasson Somekh 10:00 min.

    Sung in Hebrew. Hadas Gur (alto), Naomi Rogel (recorders), Marisa Meckier (harpsichord). From the launch of the composer’s collection at the National Library in Jerusalem, an event hosted by the director of the Library’s Music Department, Dr Gila Flam; November 6, 2008. Surprise! For soprano Yael Levita’s performance of the complete cycle in both Hebrew and Arabic, at the Sapir Conference in 2012, see file no. 14 in this Retrospective Collection's Sapir Conference section.

  • PlayDownload3 Girl Butterfly Girl, Münster – Germany | Op. 4 (1977)
    the German text
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    Songs 1,2,3. Sung in German (Premiere in German) 08:01 min.

    The world premiere of the German version, at the festival-conference “Musik unserere Zeit – Israel”, hosted by the Musik Hochschule at Münster University. May 21, 2012. Heeja Yang (soprano) with students at the Hochschule (flute and piano).


  • PlayDownload4 Resuscitation five miniatures for cello solo, National Library
    Op. 6 (1980) 06:30 min.

    Jonathan Gotlibovich (cello). From the launch of the composer’s collection at the National Library in Jerusalem, an event hosted by the director of the Library’s Music Department, Dr Gila Flam; November 6, 2008. Surprise! For Yotam Haran’s performance, at the 2012 Sapir Conference, see file no. 13 in this Retrospective Collection's Sapir Conference section.

  • PlayDownload5 To the Fruits of My Land – Suite for guitar, Würtzburg – Germany Op. 8 (1981) 4 movements 08:12 min.

    Stefan Oberanes (guitar). From a concert of Israeli contemporary music in Würtzburg, Germany, January 20, 1997. Producer: Prof. Hinrich Stahmer.

  • PlayDownload6 To the Fruits of My Land – Suite for guitar, Münster – Germany
    Op. 8 (1981) 4 movements 08:51 min.

    Kyung Heon Yoo (guitar). Performed at the festival-conference “Musik unserere Zeit – Israel”, hosted by the Musik Hochschule at M?nster University. May 21, 2012.

  • 7-13 Scenes of Israel – Six Madrigals 1981-1983 | Op. 9-14
  • PlayDownload14 Lamentation – Los Angeles – in German | Op. 16 (1985) For soprano, women’s choir, two harps and percussion. Text: Elsa Lasker-Schüler 21:21 min.

    Hila Plitman (soprano); Marcia Dickstein & Amy Wilkins (harps); Erin Barnes (percussion); and the Women of the Los Angeles Zimriyah Choral. Conductor: Nick Strimple. 13 October, 1999. World premiere of the version in the original German; part of World Festival of Sacred Music, initiated by the Dalai Lama; Performing Arts Center of the California State University at Northridge, Los Angeles.

  • PlayDownload15 Ballad of Expected Death in Cairo National Library – Tsippi Fleischer reads out the text | Op. 20a-b (1987) 03:24 min.

    Tsippi Fleischer reads out El-Sabur’s poem in the original Arabic, prior to a performance of the work at the National Library in Jerusalem (see file 2 above for event details, and file 16 below for the performance).

  • PlayDownload16 Ballad of Expected Death in Cairo National Library – Performance | Op. 20b (1987) Sung in Hebrew. Text: Sallah Abd El-Sabur ("A song for the winter") 17:39 min.

    Hadas Gur (alto); Sivan Zelikoff & Daniel Cohen (violins); Galia Hai (viola); Ron Trachtman (piano); Karin Ben Josef (conductor). From the launch of the composer’s collection at the National Library in Jerusalem, an event hosted by the director of the Library’s Music Department, Dr Gila Flam; November 6, 2008.

  • PlayDownload17 Symphony No. 4: A Passing Shadow – Israeli Music Celebration Beer Sheba 2007 – Explanations | Op. 51 (2000) 06:03 min.

    Tsippi Fleischer, in conversation with Zmira Lutzky, introduces the work in a live broadcast on Israeli radio, prior to a performance at the Israeli Music Celebration, September 18, 2007 (for the full performance, see file 18 below).

  • PlayDownload18 Symphony No. 4: A Passing Shadow – Israeli Music Celebration Beer Sheba 2007 – Performance | Op. 51 (2000) 24:20 min.

    A full performance from the Israeli Music Celebration, Beer Sheba, September 18, 2007. Two improvising ethnic soloists – Eyal Sela (winds) and Itamar Duari (percussion) – with the Israel Sinfonietta Beer Sheba conducted by Doron Salomon.

  • PlayDownload19 Symphony No. 4: A Passing Shadow – Israeli Music Celebration Beer Sheba 2007 – Methodological sample | Op. 51 (2000) 15:19 min.

    Two segments from the work, each in three versions which highlight the variety that could arise from the soloists’ improvisations (as required in the score) and the flexible beat. Six original, connected tracks, from rehearsals which took place on September 6, 2007 in preparation for the performance presented in file 18 above. For a video of the rehearsals, click here.

  • PlayDownload20 Aria sung by Cain’s Lamb, from the opera Cain and Abel
    National Library
    | Op. 57 (2002) Voice and piano (according to the piano's partiture), sung in Hebrew. Text (libretto): Yossefa Even-Shoshan 02:20 min.

    Hadas Gur (alto), Ron Trachtman (piano). From the launch of the composer’s collection at the National Library in Jerusalem, an event hosted by the director of the Library’s Music Department, Dr Gila Flam; November 6, 2008. Surprise! For soprano Yael Levita’s performance, at the 2012 Sapir Conference, see file no. 15 in this Retrospective Collection's Sapir Conference section.

  • 21-26 The song cycle Lead Life – the Jerusalem Music Centre 2005, Soprano and chamber ensemble | Op. 60-64 02:20 min.

    Note: this song cycle was originally composed for voice and piano (Op. 52; 2001/2). This version appears on the album Tsippi Fleischer: Lieder, disc 2, tracks 6-11. Here we present the later version, for soprano and chamber ensemble, with the soprano Naama Nazrati and Ensemble Kaprizma conducted by Israel Sharon, ecorded at the Jerusalem Music Centre on March 21, 2006.

  • PlayDownload27 Erasure – Münster – Germany | Op. 69 (2009) 13:26 min.

    Si-Eun Kwon (violin), at the festival-conference “Musik unserere Zeit – Israel”, hosted by the Musik Hochschule at Münster University. May 23, 2012.

  • 28-31 Oasis – Complete children’s opera in English, for soprano and piano | Op. 71a (2010)

    A complete performance of the opera, in English, in a version for soprano and piano. Performed by Netta Eisenbud-Reshef (soprano) and Marisa Meckier (piano). Recorded at the Ein Kerem Music Centre, Ein Kerem, Jerusalem, October 3, 2011.

  • PlayDownload32 Symphony No. 7 – Performance and explanation | Op. 77 (2015) A Dream of Later Days: A Gift for my Family. A choral symphony for choir, string orchestra and small percussion instruments. Sung in Hebrew.
    Text: Tsippi Fleischer
    11:35 min.

    A choral symphony for choir, string orchestra and small percussion instruments, setting a text by the composer. The Upper Galilee Choir (dir. Ron Zarhi) and the Israel Sinfonietta Beer Sheba, with Jeffrey Kowalski (percussion), conducted by Karin Ben Yosef. World premiere at an event celebrating the composer’s 70th birthday at ACUM’s Beit Hayotser, July 15, 2016. The recording includes a spoken introduction by the composer (in Hebrew).

  • PlayDownload33 Like Two Branches, with the Moran Choir | Op. 24 (1989) A cantata for chamber choir, two oboes, cello, kanun/piano, western and eastern percussion. Sung in Arab. Text: Al-Khansa (Bedouin poetess, 6th century, Arabian Peninsula) 46:42 min.

    A cantata for chamber choir, two oboes, cello, kanun/piano and percussion, to a text by the poetess Al-Khansa (Arabian peninsula, 6th Century CE); sung in Arabic. A full performance with the Moran Choir and guest instrumentalists (oboists Omri Raveh and Mariona Godia, cellist Yoni Etzion, pianist Oleg Yakirevich and percussionist Nadav Rogel) conducted by Guy Pelc. Performed at a special concert dedicated to Tsippi Fleischer’s music as part of the Vox Feminae 3 Festival, Tzavta 2 Auditorium, Tel Aviv, December 1, 2016.

  • 34-36 Two Songs of Pain and One Song of Joy – A cycle of three miniatures | Op. 78 (2016)

    A cycle of three miniatures for voice, double-bass and electronics. World premiere, performed by Tsippi Fleischer (voice) and Ron Veprik (double-bass), at a special concert dedicated to Tsippi Fleischer’s music as part of the Vox Feminae 3 Festival, Tzavta 2 Auditorium, Tel Aviv, December 1, 2016.