Tsippi Fleischer

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Born in Haifa in 1946, Tsippi Fleischer holds degrees in music, Hebrew language, Middle Eastern history, Arabic language and literature, and has lectured at Bar-Ilan University and Levinsky Institute…
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Born in Haifa in 1946, Tsippi Fleischer holds degrees in music, Hebrew language, Middle Eastern history, Arabic language and literature, and has lectured at Bar-Ilan University and Levinsky Institute in Tel Aviv. Selected works include a musical, Alei Kinor, after Sholom Aleichem (1975), a cantata Like Two Branches in Arabic for chamber choir, two oboes, psaltery, cello, and a set of tar drums (1989), The Gown of Night (1988), a magnetic tape piece made from the voices of Bedouin children (a work chosen in 1989 to represent Israel at the International Rostrum of Composers at Unesco-Paris), "In the Mountains of Armenia" (1988) for Armenian girls, narrator, and clarinet on magnetic tape, "The Clock Wants to Sleep" (1980) for children's or women's chorus, and "1992" an oratorio in memory of the expulsion of the Jews from Spain, for symphonic orchestra, mixed chorus, and an ensemble of guitars and mandolas (1991).