9 CDs of Israeli Music from the 1920's through the end of the 20th century.
A publication (2003) of the Israel Composers' League
and the Israeli Music Center (IMC)

PSANTERIN is the first Israeli music anthology published on CDs (2003). The Anthology includes 72 works for piano composed between 1923 and the end of the previous century. The collection opens with works of first generation of composers in Israel: Joel Engel, Paul Ben-Haim, Menahem Avidom, Yehoyachin Stutchewsky and others. It continues with first generation composers of statehood (Mordechai Seter, Oeden Partos and others) going as far as the younger generation of today's composers (Yoram Meyuchas, Gil Shohat and others).

All works included (except one) have been studio-recorded. Each CD features one of the following pianists: Liora Ziv-Li, Allan Sternfield, Ora Rotem-Nelken, Herut Israeli, Tomer Lev, Michal Tal, Natasha Tadson, Yuval Admoni and Astrith Baltsan. (The last CD includes pianists Allon Goldstein and Allan Sternfield.)

The Anthology is above all an outstanding window on the vast compositional activity and stylistic diversity in Israel. It manifests great musicological and cultural values in addition to its intrinsic pure musical values. It is thus intended for the use of musical libraries, academies and conservatoires, classical music radio stations and music information centers throughout the world.