Kineret (Sea of Galilee), Symphonic Poem

Opus: 244 Year: 1951 
Symphonic Orchestra: pic,2,2,eh,2,2-3,3,3,1-timp+3-hp,str
14:00 min

A historical performance from 1952:
George Singer, Conductor
Kol Israel Symphony Orchestra (The Broadcasting Service Orchestra)

Manuscripts: Located at the National Library of Israel Music Department, the Marc Lavry Archive, System Number(s) 990036495350205171, 990036495290205171, 990036495260205171

Marc Lavry’s Symphonic Poem Kineret is based on his song Kineret composed to the lyrics of Avigdor Hameiri in 1939.
Programmatic in nature, the music describes Lake Kineret (the Sea of Galilee), its landscape, and the fickle nature of it, changing from calm blue waters and ferocious stormy waves.

Kineret was first performed in Jerusalem in 1952.