Josef Tal: Symphony No. 1




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Published on Oct 25, 2015

Josef Tal (1910-2008): Symphony No. 1
Max Rudolf conducting the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, February 20, 1960. U. S. Premier of the work.

Jewish composer Polish-born Josef Tal, credited with six symphonies in his lifetime, composed his first in 1952. The three movements, played uninterrupted, are:
1.Largo - Vivace - Largo
2.Lento - Vivace
3.a tempo
Of his Symphony No 1, Tal has written as follows: "The thematic music is developed out of music originally conceived for the choreographic creation "Waters by the Babylon... In this work I have used an ancient Persian-Jewish Lamentation" of which the "ancient tune actually furnished the entire motive material for the entiere symphony." (Wikipedia)


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