Jacob Reuven - Hebrew Mandolin

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August 24, 2010 - 8:15 am

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Jacob Reuven - Hebrew Mandolin

Jacob Reuven - Hebrew Mandolin

Jacob Reuven has announced the release of Hebrew Mandolin, a project that incorporates rearrangements of Israeli songs for the mandolin and orchestra with the Raanana Symphonette Orchestra, Omer M. Wellber Conducting.

Snaei Shoshanim
Sadot SheBaemek
Hora - 3 Israeli Folk Dances (Zemer Lach, Rad Halaila, Sovevuni)
Ha'yu Leilot
Reach Tapuach Odem Shani
Zemer Ahava Layam
Kmo Tzemach Bar

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August 24, 2010 04:52 PM
Looks interesting! How many major Israeli mandolin orchestras are there?
By the way, I think I can translate most of the song titles.

Forgiveness (or maybe prayer for forgiveness)
Fields that are in the valley
Three dances: Wet tune (or maybe tune for you(female)),trembling of the night, they surrounded me
There were nights
And maybe (I think this is a famous poem)
The smell of a scarlet ruby apple
Calming oneself
Song of love to the sea
Like a sprout of grain

I'm only an amateur, so please don't kill me if I got something wrong!
Jim MacDaniel
August 24, 2010 05:13 PM
Sound like an interesting project. I really enjoy his classical work, as well as that with his Middle Eastern/Hebrew/Folk/Jazz fusion project Ensemble Mactub. You can find many clips featuring him over at youtube, as well as a CD or two at CDBaby.com (NFI).