Project Description

שירי רחל

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  2. Zemer
  3. Osher Shalev
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Credits

Music Producer: Adi Rennert
Arrangement: Adi Rennert, Ehud Ettun, Uriel Herman, Eli Degibri
Recording and engineering: Roy Nadel , Tomer Naamani, Dano Visocar , Gay Labiush
Mix: Liron Sheffer, Roy Nadel
Studios: “Luna”, “ZaZa”
Digital Editing: Jacob Moreno “Moreno Music”
Producer: Itzik Herman , “Tovanot”
cover: Tom Hendler

Singers: Lianne Aharony, Ayala Engedeshet )NMC), Avi Belleli, Eli Degibri, Sivan Talmor, Eli Magen, Liora Itzhak, Nathalie Rosental

Musicians: Pnini Grubner- flut, Eli Degibri- Saxophon, Eran Weitz – Guitars , Eli Magen – Upright bass , Rea Mochiach – Drums , Avi Singolda – Guitars, Zohar Fresco – Percussion , Dan Tzuker – Violin, Asaf Roth- Percussion, Peter Roth – Electric Bass, Gidi Raz – Electric Guitar and Effects, Adi Rennert – Piano, keyboard , Trumpet, Glockenspiel, Ehud Ettun- Upright bass , Uriel Herman- Piano.

 

New compositions to poems by Rachel Blubstein

Uriel Herman & Ehud Ettun
Music Producer: Adi Rennert

“Half colors, Half voices” was released in Fall 2008, as a collaboration between pianist and composer Uriel Herman and double bass player, Ehud Ettun. The album contains poems by the legendary Israeli poet Rachel Blubshtein set to original music. The album immediately received rave reviews from leading Israeli music critics. Producer Adi Rennert, highlights a rare collaboration between leading musicians and vocalists in Israel, with these emotionally-charged lyrics and compositions. Contributing artists include; Eli Degibri, Zohar Fresco, Avi Singolda, Eli Magen, Peter Roth, Avi Belleli, Rea Mochiach.

Following the success of “Half Colors, Half Voices”, Uriel and Ehud were commissioned by the Jerusalem Film Festival to collaborate with some of Israel’s leading video artists, to create an audio-visual performance that combines Uriel and Ehud’s original music with visuals depicting Rachel Blubshtein’s life.

Premiered at the Jerusalem Film Festival, this project continues to run with great success in festivals and concerts in Israel.

 

Read review by Ben Shalev on City Mouse (Hebrew)