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Projekcija Filma

U kasnoj renesansi, na vrhuncu umetničkog sjaja Mantove, mladi jevrejski violinista probio se kroz barijere diskriminacije i postao jedan od najrenomiranijih kompozitora i izvođača na dvoru vojvode Gonzaga. 1622. godine napravio je revolucinarni potez kade je reč o jevrejskoj muzici, napravivši prvu zbirku ikada originalno napisane za jevrejske psalme i molitve – Solomonove pesme. Ipak, malo toga se zna o privatnom i kreativnom životu Salomona Rosija Jevrejina. Glavni akteri filma su čuveni ansambl Profeti della quinta koji smo imali priliku da čujemo na otvaranju prve Edicije Rosi festa.

U ovom dokumentarcu, višestruko nagrađivan ansambl, Profeti della Quinta, izvodi Rosijevu muziku u veličanstvenoj Mantovi, kao pripremu za specijalan koncert u palati za uživanje vojvode Gonzaga. Uz pomoć eksperata, istoričara i muzikologa, oni su prikazali u fascinantnom svetlu i njegovu izuzetnu muziku.
Jozef Rošlic, autor filma

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Film Screening

Yugoslav cinematheque 

In the period of late Renaissance, at the height of Mantua’s artistic splendour, a young Jewish violinist burst through the barriers of discrimination and became one of the most renowned composers and performers at the court of the Gonzaga dukes. In 1622 he revolutionized Jewish music with his Songs of Solomon, the first collection ever of originally composed music for Hebrew psalms and prayers. Yet very little is known about the personal and creative life of Salomone Rossi Hebreo – Salomone Rossi the Jew. In this documentary, the prize-winning vocal ensemble Profeti della Quinta rehearse and perform Rossi’s music in the magnificent town of Mantua, in preparation for a special concert in the Gonzaga dukes’ Pleasure palace. With the help of expert historians and musicologists, they shed fascinating light on this elusive man and his extraordinary music.

In this documentary, the prize-winning vocal ensemble Profeti della Quinta rehearse and perform Rossi’s music in the magnificent town of Mantua, in preparation for a special concert in the Gonzaga dukes’ pleasure palace. With the help of expert historians and musicologists, they shed fascinating light on this elusive man and his extraordinary music.
Joseph Rochlitz, director

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