Brubeck,

Brubeck The Gates of Justice


Tracks: 14, total time: 50:12, year: 2004, genre: Jazz

The Gates of Justice (1969)
Based on texts of the Hebrew Bible and liturgy, the speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
and other sources.
Dave Brubeck (b.1920) (with Iola Brubeck, libretto)
Dave Brubeck Trio
Kevin Deas, Bass Soloist
Cantor Alberto Mizrahi, Tenor Soloist
Baltimore Choral Arts Society, Tom Hall, Director
Russell Gloyd, Conductor
Recorded March 25, 2001 at Kraushaur Auditorium, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD
Recorded as part of the Milken Archive of American Jewish Music
Naxos American Classics CD 8.559414
"Dave Brubeck is a product not only of Judeo-Christian thinking but of the humanistic tradition of the
Enlghtenment. His identification with Jews, blacks and all who have known the lash of oppression is
anything but accidental. The Hebrew Bible and most particularly the prophetic writings with their
passion for social justice represnet for him the essence of religious thought. Like Martin Luther
King, Jr., Dave Brubeck is convinced that "We must learn to live together as brothers or die
together as fools." The Gates of Justice is a cantata based on Jewish texts, but its meaning is
universal." - Rabbi Charles D. Mintz


1.3:09    I. Lord, the Heavens Cannot Contain Thee
2.3:46    II. Oh, Come Let Us Sing
3.4:35    IIIa. Open the Gates
4.5:04    IIIb. Chorale
5.2:06    IVa. Except the Lord Build the House
6.2:18    IVb. Except the Lord Build the House (improvisation)
7.6:00    V. Lord, Lord
8.1:06    VI. Ye Shall Be Holy
9.8:24    VII. Shout unto the Lord
10.3:02    VIII. When I Behold Thy Heavens
11.1:50    IX. How Glorious Is Thy Name
12.3:45    X. The Lord Is Good
13.4:15    XI. His Truth Is a Shield
14.0:55    XII. Oh, Come Let Us Sing a New Song


Category: classical - Discid: c70bc20e


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