Pulitzer prizewinning composer Shulamit Ran provides a grand statement in praise of the pursuit of knowledge. Wisdom, understanding, and learning are highlighted as the means to justice, judgment, and
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SATB with percussion. In Hebrew. Season: Shabbot
Al Shlosha D'varim is a lyrical setting of an essential maxim from Jewish morality laws, translated to mean: "The world is sustained by three things: by truth, by justice, and by peace." Available
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
Robert Applebaum offers three versions each of the three settings from the much "beloved" Song of Songs, or Song of Solomon. Each title features printed matter containing a Hebrew transliteration guide, the
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
Composed during the Holocaust and often sung at Holocaust memorial services, this haunting piece has been arranged for SATB choir and cello. The cello establishes a mournful tone while the choir sings
This beautiful and moving text comes from the Hebrew liturgy and a Hebrew folk song is quoted in the music. The choral parts are lovely and accessible, as the choir asks God to "be gracious and answer
Mixed ensembles of all sizes will enjoy singing Chiribim Chiribom, a Jewish folk song popular all over the world. The text is mostly in Hebrew (pronunciation guide included), and the title
A beloved tradition at Passover Seders, this hymn is over 1,000 years old but this wonderful arrangement is fresh and new. Lively and upbeat, the selection features syncopated rhythms in the creative piano
This fun, rocking, and rollicking addition to your winter, holiday, or Chanukah concert is perfect for any level mixed (SATB) or treble (SSA) choir! A perfect opening, climactic, or closing song, THE
A lovely setting of a lyrical melody and a flowing harmonic structure that creates imagery and emotions that will resonate with anyone who has found themselves in love. In Hebrew throughout, with a
SATB A cappella, Yiddish Text. Adapted to celebrate one of Chanukah's favorite foods: "Fire, fire, oy! It's hot! Hot latkes!"
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
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