Balade Funem 11tn September

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Released:
2021
Genre:
Yiddish

Dutch singer Lucette van den Berg does a stirring rendition of this Yiddish song, written days after the attacks on the Twin Towers in 2001.

Bashertkeyt

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Released:
2021
Genre:
Yiddish

Bashertkeyt is a very personal song for Lucette. She composed the song for the love of her life on the text of the great Yiddish poet Rokhl Korn.

Shtil di nakht iz oysgeshternt

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Released:
2021
Genre:
Yiddish

Shtil di nakht iz oysgeshternt is a famous partisan song, with lyrics by Hirsh Glik to a famous Russian folk tune.
Lucette van den Berg turned this song into a choirpiece for a 4-part female choir and tuned glass. This is the second female choir piece in a cycle about courage and perseverance of a woman.

Classical songs and arias

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Released:
2020
Genre:
Classical

My favorite classical songs and arias that I have recorded for my own pleasure. Enjoy!!

Ir mayn lider krants

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Released:
2020
Genre:
Yiddish

Ir mayn líder-krants is a new written Yiddish song by Lucette van den Berg on the text of Sarah Reisen. It's about the cycle of songs you take with you in your life, in the sad, but also in the festive moments. A song of white lilies, sunny summer meadows and autumnal flowers.

Mayn Layb

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Released:
2020
Genre:
Dreampop

"Mayn Layb" (My Body) is about becoming who you are, in balance with yourself and nature.
Accepting age as an enrichment, and finally see the purpose of life.
It is all set in a mystical fairytale style with touches of classical and popmusic.

Morena Me Llaman (Sephardic song)

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Released:
2020
Genre:
Sephardic, Ladino

I have started with the recording of medieval Ladino and Sephardic songs. A mix between classical and world music.
Het repertoire kan je nu horen op de CD La Serena, Sephardic Songs, behalve het nummer “Morena me Llaman” dat ik nog op souncloud heb staan

Shlof mayn kind

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Released:
2020
Genre:
Yiddish

In this composition for 6-part a capella female choir with soloist, I have taken quotes from another traditional Yiddish lullaby, as well as from medieval choral singing, which evolves into a modern choral style as the text becomes more dramatic.