Combining the traditions of Orthodox Jewish music with the counterculture of the 1960s, Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach created Jewish folk revival music including this, his most famous melody. Beginning with a slow
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Sung in Hebrew with a traditional Jewish tune, this musical arrangement is haunting and profound. The text, from the 13 Principles of Faith, is a statement of faith and hope. The violin part is not an
This lively, upbeat setting of the morning liturgy is perfect for any level of mixed choir. The text outlines ways to live an honorable life, and the music features easy-to-learn canon-like voicing,
A spirited musical retelling of a timeless Jewish folktale about the consequences of gossip. This colorful setting pairs the fable sung in Yiddish with a spoken narration of the story in English to be
An English-language setting of the Sh'ma and V'ahavta prayers from the Jewish tradition. Shared across Jewish and Christian liturgy, these biblical passages comprise the essential Jewish "credo"
The traditional Hebrew Hanukkah melody, also known as Rock of Ages, is given a modern facelift in this fresh arrangement. Contemporary harmonies and some rhythmic adjustments in the vocal lines are
Similar in style to a Schubert lied, this Yiddish text and melody has European roots from Jewish communities scattered there. Lyrical melodies partner with a descriptive piano accompaniment to express the
Writing a new melody to the Jewish Shabbat prayer Modium Anachnu Lach and combining it with the 19th-century hymn Now Thank We All Our God, here we have a fresh new expression of