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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52958
Doc. No:TL22912
Call number:‭3212716‬
Main Entry:Rafael Mevorach
Title & Author:Shemot: An oratorioRafael Mevorach
College:The University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Date:2005
Degree:D.M.A.
student score:2005
Page No:170
Abstract:I have composed an oratorio for orchestra, choir and vocal soloists, titled "Shemot." It is based on the Jewish Bible Book of Exodus with the libretto in the Hebrew language. While the text is based on certain sections of the Book of Exodus, it does consist of direct quotations. Rather, it is my own paraphrase of the original text. The source for my libretto is "The Living Torah," translated and based on traditional Jewish sources, by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan (New York: Maznaim Publishing Corporation, 1981). The full text follows in Appendix A, in English with the Hebrew transliteration. The vocal forces include a mixed choir (SATB) ideally of between 80-100 voices and three soloists. The will sing the roles of God, Moses and Pharaoh. Their ranges are as follows: (1) God - Soprano; (2) Moses - Tenor; (3) Pharaoh - Bass-baritone. The text covers the story of the Israelite Exodus, from a recitation of the ten plagues through the cross on the Sea of Reeds.* The text is continuous throughout a single movement with a duration of approximately forty minutes. *"Sea of Reeds," according to modern Jewish scholars, is the proper identification for the former "Red Sea" which was a translator's error, occurring when the Hebrew Bible was translated into Greek.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Communication and the arts; Oratorio; Original composition; Shemot; Music; Religion; 0413:Music; 0318:Religion
Added Entry:T. G. White
Added Entry:The University of Nebraska - Lincoln