Holocaust Requiem - "The Song of the Murdered Jewish People" based on the poem by the Holocaust poet Itzhak Katzenelson murdered in Aushwitz.
World War II song Cycle to lyrics by Russian Poets.
More than 600 songs and romances to lyrics by the famous Russian poets: A. Akhmatova, N. Gumilyov, O. Mandelstam, M. Tsvetayeva, A. Blok, I. Severyanin, S. Yesenin and others.
Zlata Razdolina (Rosenfeld), composer, author and performer of her own
music, was born in Leningrad (St. Petersburg). She began her career in 1978
performing her works in the artists’ organization "Lenconcert" in Leningrad.
She is a Laureate of many national and international music competitions. Among
her awards is her laureate at the all-Russian competition celebrating the 40th
Anniversary of the Victory over Fascism (1985-Leningrad). The summit of her
career in Russia were her Laureate awards for her
musical setting of Anna Akhmatova’s poem "Requiem" in the national
competitions in 1988 — Moscow and 1989 — Leningrad.
Zlata was chosen to perform her composition "Requiem" during the Anna Akhmatova
centennial in 1989 at the Kremlin, Moscow. The "Requiem", written for symphony
orchestra, choir and soloists, was later performed in Finland, Sweden, the
Czech Republic, USA and Israel.