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Musique de chambre
Sheet music for Paul Ben-Haim
SATB choir, a cappella
Composed by Paul Ben Haim. Secular, World Music. Choir part. 4 pages. Published by Editions a Coeur Joie (CJ.B616000803).
Woodwinds Bb Tenor Saxophone, Piano
For Voice or Instrument and Piano. Composed by Paul Ben-Haim (1897-1984). With Standard notation. Duration 9 minutes. Israel Music Institute #524-01237. Published by Israel Music Institute (PR.524012370).
Woodwinds 2 flutes
For Two Flutes. Composed by Shulamit Ran (1949-). Edited by Mary Stolper. Sws. The SONATINA for Two Flutes was written in Tel Aviv, Israel, and represents an important moment in my life. Having begun composing at the age of seven, all my early creations involved either the piano or the human voice singing or narrating and thus could. Classical. Performance score. With Standard notation. Composed 1961. 12 pages. Duration 6 minutes. Theodore Presser Company #114-40806. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.114408060).
Composed by Paul Ben-Haim (1897-1984). With Standard notation. Israel Music Institute #510-00082. Published by Israel Music Institute (PR.510000820).
Composed by Paul Ben-Haim (1897-1984). Score and part(s). With Standard notation. Composed 1939. Duration 9 minutes. Israel Music Institute #514-00032. Published by Israel Music Institute (PR.514000320).
Composed by Paul Ben-Haim (1897-1984). Full score (study). With Standard notation. Composed 1951. Duration 15 minutes. Israel Music Institute #514-00033. Published by Israel Music Institute (PR.514000330).
Paul Ben-Haim, born in Germany as Paul Frankenburger, is on of Israel’s most important composers.
He studied compsition, composing and conducting at the Munich Academy of Arts from 1915 till 1920. He was conductor at Augsburg from 1924 till 1931. At the beginning of the Nazi rule he emigrated to Tel-Aviv. He then also changed his name to Paul Ben-Haim.
In 1957 he received the Israel State Prize, and he was awarded the Joel Engel Prize of the city of Tel-Aviv several times.