Limited Edition of 1,000 Copies
Release Date: November 23, 2009
Conducted by Lee Holdridge
Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus
|1.||Aliyah [With Choir]||3:06|
|4.||Undercurrents And Kol Nidre 1||4:26|
|10.||Ba-Shana Haba 1||2:11|
|11.||Jerusalem Of Gold||1:52|
|13.||Jerusalem Loss Theme||4:13|
|14.||The Other Burma Road||3:55|
|15.||Betar Hymn And Palmach Song||1:41|
|17.||Song Of Peace||3:46|
|18.||It Will Be Good||7:05|
|1.||Aliyah [Without Choir]||3:06|
|2.||Arabs Building and Bab El Wad||2:58|
|6.||Hatikvah & Aliyah Variations||3:05|
|7.||Ba-Shana Haba 2||1:22|
|8.||Golda Suite (Meet Golda / Golda and Smith / Golda In Russia / Golda In Africa / Golda's First Meeting)||9:44|
|9.||Jerusalem Loss Theme||1:33|
|10.||The Trial and Martin Buber||2:46|
|12.||War Tensions Return||1:51|
|15.||Kol Nidre 2||1:54|
|16.||Jerusalem Of Gold [Finale]||3:14|
|Total Album Time:||101:45|
Quite possibly Lee Holdridge's finest hour! Or nearly two hours, that is! Original soundtrack from Simon Wiesenthal Center's Moriah Films division, directed by Richard Trank and scored by his frequent collaborator Lee Holdridge.
The powerhouse music underlines the first two decades of Isreali existence and conflicts in the Middle East. Exciting battle music and stirring musical pleas for peace play on one side, sensitive melodies with haunting music for Golda play on the other. The "Golda Suite," built from five related cues, is a moving and emotional work that can stand on its own. Massive themes throughout are further highlights.
The complete score is presented in dynamic stereo from digital masters helmed by Mike Ross in London. Lee Holdridge conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus. Intrada Signature Edition limited to 1000 copies!
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