Avraham Eilam-Amzallag

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Avraham Eilam-Amzallag

Avraham (Avi) Eilam-Amzallag (Hebrew: אברהם (אבי) אמזלג עילם‎; born 28 September 1941) is an Israeli musician and composer.

Eilam-Amzallag was born in Casablanca, Morocco, and moved to Israel as a child. He first studied the flute and later compositional studies at the Buchman-Mehta Music Academy in Tel Aviv. He is noted for having established an ensemble that performs oriental music. His compositions are described as a fusion of oriental Jewish music with contemporary technique.[1]

Compositions[edit]

  • Desolation [3:33 minutes][2]
  • (composition for flute) (Mawal) [5:13 minutes][3][4]
  • Music for flute and percussion (1975)[5][6]
  • Composition[7]

Publication[edit]

  • Music for flute and percussion (1975).[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ BIS records Retrieved 2011-09-02
  2. ^ © 1994-2011 Classical Archives LLC ™ Retrieved 2011-09-02
  3. ^ Copyright ArkivMusic LLC, 2011 song numbered 10th in list Retrieved 2011-09-02
  4. ^ excerpt from this song retrieved 2011-11-28
  5. ^ © Monash University Retrieved 2011-09-02
  6. ^ National Library of Australia Trove Retrieved 2011-09-02
  7. ^ Centre for Jewish Culture and Creativity Retrieved 2011-11-28
  8. ^ National Library of Australia Trove Retrieved 2011-09-02