Songs of the Flute. Israel's Classical Songs. Noam Buchman with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra (2006)

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Number of CD(s) in package: 1

1. Hayu Leilot

2. Hurshat Ha-Ekaliptus

3. Ator Mezaheh

4. Ein-Gedi

5. Simpatiya

6. Erev Ba

7. Ha-Simla Ha-Sgula

8. Machrozet Tarnegolim

9. Ve-Ulai

10. Shir Ha-Emek

11. Wals Le-Haganat Ha-Tzomeach

12. Hofim

13. Eliezer Ben-Yehuda

14. Ha-Halil

About the flautist Noam Buchman

Noam Buchman, Israel's highly-acclaimed flautist, was born in Tel Aviv. He holds the position of Principal Flautist with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and has appeared as a soloist in a large number of concerts and recordings, both in Israel as well as in leading music centers throughout Europe. North and South America - the Berlin Philharmonic Hall, the Fine Arts in New York, the Gasteig in Munich, the Rudolfinum in Prague and more.


He has appeared as soloist with the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, the Barcelona Radio Orchestra, the Poznan Philharmonic, and the Prague Chamber Orchestra to name but four, and alongside renowned performing artists. Tabea Zimmerman, George Malcolm, Renaud Capucon and Dimitri Sitkovsky. His solo appearances have been under the baton of conductors such as Gary Bertini, Lawrence Foster, Sergio Commissiona and Leon Botstein. He aslo works and records with various chamber ensembles, is a regular participant at international festivals, and is a founding member of the Israel Contemporary Players.


Noam Buchman’s repertoire is a varied offering of musical artistry that ranges from compositions of the Baroque and the Classical periods to more contemporary ones. A major part of his musical activity is devoted to performing and promoting Israeli music and in recognition of his achievements in this area he was awarded the “Prize for Excellence in Performing Israeli Music” by the Arts and Culture Council, as well as the “Oedeon Partos Prize” by the Minister of Culture.

Noam Buchman plays a 14 carat Muramatsu gold flute.


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