The work “Inhalation Space” for a stereo soundtrack expresses a human’s desire to reduce the gap between his smallness and the magnitude of creation, nature, the universe.
In the work, mystical sounds can be heard vis-à-vis human-produced voices. Wind whistles and noises against human noise and technology. Also, the use of the clear cello solo part from the first Suite BWV1007 of Bach expresses the vision of sincerity and simplicity in the communication of man with nature, man with his friend, nation with nation.
The ambition is that despite the disruption of the pure music – the disappointment of the material technological world – we will try to reduce the fracture, the gap, and live in a world that raises the banner of human love and brotherhood.
Bracha Bdil (1988), composer, conductor and pianist, is a member of the Israel Composers’ League and her works are published by the Israel Music Institute. Her repertoire includes orchestral music, chamber, vocal and electronic music, as well as music for dance and theater.
Bracha was awarded the 2019-2020 ACUM Award, Israel, and was chosen as one of the composers in representing Israel at the Asian Composers League Festival, Taiwan (2018). She won first prizes in the Competition named after Michal Kleofas Oginski, Belarus. The “Electo Silva”, Santiago de Cuba (2021). The Wolf Durmashkin Composition Award, Germany (2018) and the Yardena Alotin Competition, Israel (2016).
- Website: http://brachabdil.blogspot.co.il/