Aliyah - A Symphonic Movement

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Year of composition
Difficult (Grades 7+)
12 minutes
Modern classical music
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Composed 1970 for piano and orchestrated 2005. The Hebrew word �aliya� means �ascent, ride, pilgrimage (especially to Jerusalem), immigration (to Israel).� I tried to express the awe one feels upon reaching the land of Israel, hence the solemn mood. At that time I did not even dream about getting to know the modern State of Israel by my own experience; I was rather influenced by the book �Exodus� by Leon Uris, which I had read at that time. I showed the piano version to the Mexican composer Mario Kuri Aldana, who gave me some hints for its orchestration. The violoncellos accompanied by the other string instruments with sordini in bars 176-185 were his idea.

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