Rachel Galinne (Rachel S. Gluchowicz) (Hebrew: רחל גלעין; born 7 February 1949) is an Israeli composer.
Life and career
Rachel Galinne was born in Stockholm, Sweden. She graduated from Uppsala University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1974 and then studied composition with Leon Schidlowsky at the Rubin Academy at Tel-Aviv University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in 1984 and a Master of Music degree in 1988. She also studied composition with Witold Lutoslawski in France, and attended Darmstadt.
Galinne has issued the following CD albums available at the Israel Music Institute:
- Rachel Galinne (1999)
- Prisms (2004)
- I Will Walk in the Land of the Living (2008)
- A Voice Crieth in the Wilderness (2011)
Selected works include:
- Islossning, 2 pianoforte, percussion, 1984
- Cycles, 1986
- Concerto, 2 pianoforte, orchestra, 1988
- Trio, cl, va, pianoforte, 1989
- Symphony no.1, 1996
- Symphony no.2, 1998
- Uneginotai Nenagen [And We Shall Sing my Song of Praise] (Isaiah xxxviii), 16-pt mixed chorus, 1993
- Amitai in memoriam, for string quartet
- And They Shall Study War no More, for soprano, horn & piano
- Aphrodite, for flute solo
- Chamber Symphony, for chamber ensemble
- Chen, for percussion solo & chamber ensemble
- Dybuk, for Solo Clarinet
- Ethalech be'artsot hachayim (I Will Walk in the Land of the Living)for soprano and chamber ensemble
- Fugue for String Quartet
- Lo Yisa Goy el Goy Cherev, Nation Shall Not Lift up Sword Against Nation, for Vocal & Instrumental Ensemble
- Sonatat ha-Or (Sonata of Light), for Violin and Piano
- The Story of Bellet for tenor & three instruments
- Trio Energico for violin, cello and piano
- Kol Kore Bamidbar (A Voice Crieth in the Wilderness) for violin and piano
- Mahleriana for vioin, viola, cello and piano
- Sadie, Stanley; Tyrrell, John (2001). The new Grove dictionary of music and musicians: Volume 9.
- "Rachel Galinne". Retrieved 13 December 2010.
- "Galinne (Gal′in), Rachel (Gluchowicz, Rachel S.) (1949-)". Retrieved 13 December 2010.
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