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Shlosre - Avishai Cohen - Almah (CD, Album)

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  1. Gakazahn
    Description With Almah, his fourteenth album as leader, the Israeli bass player and composer, Avishai Cohen has gone back to the roots of his first musical experience: classical writing and harmony. The jazzman has never stopped proclaiming this enlightened heritage throughout a career that is colourful and steeped in all kinds of experiences.
  2. Fezshura
    Almah, an album by Avishai Cohen on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  3. Gardakree
    8. Shlosre 9. Kefel Kumi Venetze Hasadeh. Avishai Cohen (double & electric bass & vocals) Nitai Hershkovits (piano) Ofri Nehemya (drums, except tracks 1&10) Cordelia Hagmann (violin, except track 10) Amit Landau (viola, except track 10) Noam Haimovitz Weinschel (viola) Yael Shapira (cello) Yoram Lachish (oboe & English horn).
  4. Shaktilabar
    Avishai Cohen, born in Kabri, Israel on April 20th, , grew up in a multicultural family whose roots were found in Spain, Greece and Poland. At home, music was always in the air, with his mother Ora, an artistic influence, listening to both classical and traditional music.
  5. Mausida
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Avishai Cohen - Almah at Discogs. Complete your Avishai Cohen collection/5(14).
  6. Akizilkree
    Tracklist Overture 'Noam', Op.1 Song for My Brother On a Black Horse / Linearity A Child Is Born Arab Medley Southern Lullaby Hayo hayta Shlosre Kefel Kumi Venetse Hasadeh Almah, en hommage à sa fille, est l'album classique d'Avishaï Cohen. Pour ce.
  7. Kazitilar
    Jul 12,  · This is a short cover of the A-part of 'Shlosre' composed by Avishai Cohen. Guitars & Bass: Jan Rockrohr Drums: Jim Renard Mixed by Jan Rockrohr Thanks for .

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