The album, which is mostly instrumental, includes two musical compositions set to poems by women: “Three Windows”, a children’s song by Lea Goldberg, and “Little Woman” by Dalia Ravikovich. Three of the compositions in the album are danced to on stages in Israel and abroad: “Batsheva’s Lament”, a flamenco piece by the Compás groupe; “Neurotic Waltz”, written for Ov by Renana Raz and Ofer Amram; and “The Sister-in-law’s Waltz” by the Kibbutz Dance Company. The album also includes new compositions, such as “Rain in the Desert”, “The Wind Hunter”, and “Horses”, the main piece which also gives the album its title.

Margalit’s musical group includes Elad Gabbay, a kanun player and a singer, son of a family of piyyut singers and an artist on his own merit who expresses the Oriental influences in Margalit’s music in a meaningful and rich way; Hagit Rosemarin, one of the leading flutists in Israel; and Lev Alman, the percussion artist. The group was formed four years ago and has performed in Israel and abroad.

CD – Soosim:
All works are composed and arranged by Rali Margalit.

Musicians:
Flute: Hagit Rosemarin,
Kanun and vocals: Elad Gabbai,
Percussions:Lev Elman,
Cello and Chel-hu : Rali Margalit.
Guests: Percussions: Oren Fried {‘Bath Sheba’s lament’}, Singing: Ilana Eliya {‘little woman’}, Lianne Aharon {’3 windows’}, Dijiridu:  Aharon Hai {‘little woman}, Recorder- Michel Meltzer {3 windows}, Guitars & bass:  Yehuda Ashash {in 3 windows}, Contrabass: Ehud Gerlich {in ‘neurotic waltz’}.
Musical Production : Rali Margalit.
Recording and Mix :  Yehuda Ashash except: * little woman by Tzvika Hershler -Keshet studios, ** Bath Sheba’s lament by Andre : Keshet studios and ***Neurotic waltz by Gill Stein.
Mastering : Shmulik of Hook&high studio.
Producer:  Yvone Kahan of Olamale.
Production & distribution: Magda
Graphic Design: Ira Ginzburg Studio

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