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The Mystic Fugu Orchestra masquerades as 'newly discovered' recordings from the Mystical tradition of Kabbalah - paralleling 14th century author Moses de Leon's original presentation of of his Kabbalistic classic 'The Zohar' or 'book of Splendors' as having been discovered by him and actually written by Rabbi Simeon ben Yohai centuries before.3/5(9).
Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.. searching for Zohar found ( total) alternate case: zohar Zohar (album) ( words) exact match in snippet view article Zohar is an album by the Mystic Fugu Orchestra (John Zorn (as Rav Tzizit) and Yamataka Eye (as Rav Yechida) who perform a range of music inspired by historical.
Portuguese. 3 of Trois poèmes of )* Petite suite d’apres Schumann for small orchestra ()* Psaume for soprano and small orchestra ()* Le paradis perdu, oratorio () (texto de Markevitch baseado em John Milton)* Trois poèmes for high voice and piano () (textos de Cocteau, Platão, Goethe); No.3 orchestrated as Hymne à la mort, incorporated into Hymnes for.
The Mystic Fugu Orchestra masquerades as "newly discovered" recordings from the Mystical tradition of Kabbalah - paralleling 14th century author Moses de Leon's original presentation of of his Kabbalistic classic "The Zohar" or "book of Splendors" as having been discovered by him and actually written by Rabbi Simeon ben Yohai centuries before.