CO49a Piano reduction (solo part included)
Stanley Friedman (*1951)
Stanley Friedman (*1951) has distinguished himself in several different musical fields. After completing a Doctorate in composition at the Eastman School of Music, he embarked on a composing career which has led to premiers by Ensemble Intercontemporain in Paris, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Chamber Music Society, and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. In 1992 Stanley Friedman’s first opera...
About Jerusalem Fugue
Hebraically inflected scales and harmonies
The pitch sets yield “Hebraically” inflected scales and harmonies. The music reflects the dramatic and conflicted nature of the composer's experiences in Israel, where he was inspired by the noblest of human aspirations and made heartsick by the shattering of dreams
- or string orchestra with optional basses
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