Tsippi Fleischer

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Tsippi Fleischer (born 20 May 1946) (Hebrew: ציפי פליישר) is an Israeli composer.

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Life

Tsippi Fleischer was born in Haifa, Israel, of Polish-born parents, and grew up in a mixed Jewish-Arab environment. She studied piano and theory at the Rubin Conservatory of Music and graduated from the Haifa Reali School, later pursuing degrees in music, Hebrew language, Middle Eastern history, and Arabic language and literature. In 1978 she married comparative linguist Aharon Dolgopolsky and had one son. She teaches at Bar-Ilan University and Levinsky Institute in Tel Aviv. [1]

Honours and awards

Works

Fleischer's compositions unite Arabic and Jewish elements. [3] Selected works include:

Discography

Tsippi Fleischer's music has been recorded and issued on CD. A comprehensive discography, including streaming and downloading of complete CDs in MP3 format, can be found on http://www.tsippi-fleischer.com/disco.html. CDs include:

The composer's homepage: tsippifleischer.com

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References

  1. Sadie, Julie Anne; Samuel, Rhian (1994). The Norton/Grove dictionary of women composers. ISBN   9780393034875 . Retrieved 10 December 2010.
  2. "Tsippi Fleischer" . Retrieved 10 December 2010.
  3. Torstrick, Rebecca L. (2004). Culture and customs of Israel.