Itai Daniel, Shlosha Yeladim, for voice and piano

Sheet music by Itaï Daniel published by the EIJM

At the end of 2020, the Israeli composer, pianist and conductor ltaï Daniel published Shlosha Yeladim, for voice and piano, a moving score composed of three Hebrew songs – AL SFAT HABOR [At the edge of the ditch], BARAKEVET [In the train] and BAMIKLAKHAT [In the shower] – dedicated to the children who died during the Holocaust. 

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