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1.
Alone
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4.
Passing Through / Lament for Harry
5.
Neither You nor I / Conversation with Ora
6.
Bow Down / The Wind Will Take Us
7.
Passing By / The Shape of Tears
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9.
Wakened by the Scent
10.
Who Can Say What Loneliness Is?
11.
Ruined House
12.
This Pine Tree
13.
The Last Rose of Summer

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Flowing effortlessly from texted songs to Ayelet’s wordless compositions, where the voice is like another wind instrument, the quartet blends turbulent, contemporary electro-acoustic energies with gentler, klezmer-inspired gestures and jazz-infused improvisations, closing on a wistful note with François Houle’s lyrical arrangement of Tom Waits’ “The Last Rose of Summer.”

In "Who Has Seen the Wind?", Pneuma use poetry from a variety of places and times, from Christina Rossetti to James Joyce and from Iranian poet Forugh Farrokhzad to 9th century Japanese poet Izumi Shikibu. The music is deeply rooted in improvisation, with a contemporary-classical / chamber music feeling. The compositions are fully developed, and the cycle is working conceptually with a poetic theme: the wind. (Pneuma is the ancient Greek word for air in motion, breath, spirit, soul.)

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releases May 24, 2019

Ayelet Rose Gottlieb - Voice
James Falzone - Clarinet, Eb Clarinet, Shruti Box
François Houle - Clarinet, Electronics
Michael Winograd - Clarinet

Music composed by Ayelet Rose Gottlieb( 2 , 4 , 6 , 7 ); James
Falzone (9-12); Michael Winograd (8); Winograd/Gottlieb/Houle (1); Gottlieb/Houle (3); Gottlieb/Ora Boasson-Horev/
Udi Horev (5); Tom Waits (words & music), arranged by François Houle (13)

Texts: James Joyce (1); Richard Jeffrey Newman (3); Forugh Farrokhzad,
translated by Ahmad Karimi-Hakkak (6); Mayumi Terada ( 7 ); Christina
Rossetti ( 8 ) ; Izumi Shikibu , translated by Jane Hirshfield w. Mariko
Aratani ( 9 - 11 ) ; Ono no Komachi , translated by Jane Hirshfield w. Mariko Aratani ( 12 )


Produced by Ayelet Rose Gottlieb
Executive Producer: Tony Reif
Layout and design: Chelsey Maher
Cover Photo: Gem Salsberg

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Ayelet Rose Gottlieb איילת רוז גוטליב Montreal, Québec

Jerusalem-born, Montreal-based composer and vocalist Ayelet Rose Gottlieb is an explorer of sound and seeker of musical adventures. Singing in Hebrew, English and without words (using her voice as an instrument), Ayelet “blends Mid­dle-East­ern trad­itions with wide-open ab­strac­tions” (the Vancouver Sun.) ... more

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