Musical Memories of the High Holidays with Itzhak Perlman
For Itzhak Perlman, the Jewish High Holidays – Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur – bring a flood of memories, many of them associated with music. In this one-hour special, the superstar violinist shares a wide variety of recordings that have special meaning for him, including several of his own performances. Ranging from classical gems to cantorial singing to raucous klezmer fiddling, the music will spark warm associations and an emotional response for all listeners.
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- Music Playlist (High_Holidays_Perlman_playlist.doc)
- Timing and Cues (Musical_Memories_of_the_High_Holidays_-_timing_and_cues.doc)