Biography by Uncle Dave Lewis. ARC Ensemble members have been praised for their presentation of music of lesser known composers and neglected works of more famous ones. Primary Artist, Ensemble. Music in Exile: Chamber Works by Paul Ben-Haim.
Chamber Works by Paul Ben-Haim (Chandos). The ARC Ensemble - an all-star chamber group of teachers at the Royal Conservatory of Music ’s Glenn Gould Professional School - has recorded a brilliant album of rarities for their debut release with the British label Chandos. Article continues below. The pieces Wynberg and his colleagues chose for this recording are remarkable for their fine craft. Ben-Haim wrote in a tonally slippery style typical of some late-Romantic German composers - think Richard Strauss and Erich Korngold. The music is deeply engaging with impeccably constructed themes and developments. After resettling, Ben-Haim began to incorporate Hebrew folk and sacred melodies into his music, giving it a slightly exotic sound to Western ears.
The survey begins with works by the German-born Jewish composer Paul Ben-Haim (né Frankenburger) who immigrated to Palestine in October 1933. Ben-Haim was an accomplished pianist, conductor, choral coach, and composer who made a significant cultural contribution to his adoptive country. Until the ARC Ensemble’s performance of the work in 2012, it had not been played since a broadcast in July 1932. It it strongly rooted in the music of Brahms, Strauss, Reger, and Fauré, whilst retaining Ben-Haim’s own strength of ideas, sense of form, and bold, confident use of colour.
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Artist: Paul Ben-Haim, Carmel Quartet, Shuli Waterman Genre: Classical Release Date: 02/25/2014 Label: Toccata Catalog Number: 214 Recording: Studio Length: Format: CD. Dig-Deeper. String Quintet In E Minor; String Quartet No. 1, Op. 21 (CD) Paul Ben-Haim. Music in Exile: Chamber Works By Paul Ben-Haim (CD) Paul Ben-Haim. Joram (CD) Paul Ben-Haim. Ben-Haim: Symphony No. 1, Fanfare To Israel, Symphonic Metamorphoses (CD) Paul Ben-Haim.
Redirected from Paul ben Haim). Paul Ben-Haim (or Paul Ben-Chaim, Hebrew: פאול בן חיים) (5 July 1897 – 14 January 1984) was an Israeli composer. Born Paul Frankenburger in Munich, Germany, he studied composition with Friedrich Klose and he was assistant conductor to Bruno Walter and Hans Knappertsbusch from 1920 to 1924. He served as conductor at Augsburg from 1924 to 1931, and afterwards devoted himself to teaching and composition, including teaching at the Shulamit Conservatory.
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Paul Ben Haim Composer. Quintet, for Clarinet and String Quartet. Paul Ben Haim Composer. Music in Exile: Chamber Music by Paul Ben-Haim. Frankenburger became Ben-Haim after the lamentable developments in Nazi-dominated Europe prompted his emigration to Palestine (later Israel), which is where the remainder of the works programmed by the ARC players were composed
Paul Ben-Haim (or Paul Ben-Chaim, Hebrew: פאול בן חיים) (5 July 1897 – 14 January 1984) was an Israeli composer. Ben-Haim emigrated to the then British Mandate of Palestine in 1933 and lived in Tel Aviv, near Zina Dizengoff Square. Ben-Haim won the Israel Prize for music in 1957.