Some Places I Have Been: Sacred Electronic Landscapes

by Bob Gluck

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A series of compositions (1994-95) created in a Macintosh-based MIDI and digital audio studio, drawing upon the riches of the Jewish musical past.

Music by Bob Gluck

1 Kabbalat Shabbat: Welcome (1:58), L'kha Dodi (4:19)
2 Kabbalat Shabbat: HaMaariv Aravim (4:31), Shema (3:27)
3 Kabbalat Shabbat: Shabbat Shalom (3:41)
4 Aspects of Kol Nidrei (7:23)
5 Recalling Those Days (8:50)
A Requiem for my Aunt Jennie Dressner
6 Later That Day (5:55)
On That Day They Will Dance In White (2:40)
Reb Shlomo Meets Frank Zappa in The Next World (a light-hearted loving tribute) (3:15)


released June 1, 1995

Compositions composed, performed, and engineered by Bob Gluck

Gear: Macintosh 660AV, Proteus FX sound module, Kawai MDK 61 keyboard; Opcode Studio Vision AV

Sound sources for "Recalling Those Days": voices of Jennie Dressner, Aileen Gluck, Muriel Friedlander; 1985 High Holy Day services at Venice (FL) Jewish Center; "Rozo D'Shabbos" (Hassidic/Cantor Zavel Kwartin); Bar Mitzvah service of Bob Gluck (June 1968), Temple Beth El of Northern Westchester, Rabbi Ed Zerin, soloist Don Rogers; Inaugural service of new building, Temple Beth El 1974, Rabbi Chaim Stern; "Shir HaShirim" (R. Naftali); "Shabbat Shalom" (Cantor Saul Meisels); "Ezkera Elohim" (Glanz, Cantor Louis Danto).



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Bob Gluck New York, New York

Bob Gluck is a pianist, composer, writer, rabbi, educator. Chronogram: “an accomplished and passionate pianist in the most elusive tradition of avant-garde masters Cecil Taylor, Andrew Hill, McCoy Tyner, and Don Pullen." Author of two Univ. Chicago Press jazz books. Collaborators: Michael Bisio, Jane Ira Bloom, Joe Giardullo, Aruan Ortiz, Neil Rolnick, Dean Sharp, Andrew Sterman, Tani Tabbal... ... more

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