Majestic and stirring without the need for a single instrument, Mi Chamochah (from award-winning composer Cohen's Shabbat Evening Service) will invigorate any congregation's Friday evening worship. Rehearsal keyboard parts are included.
This excellent meditation (suitable for Shabbat, High Holy Days, and other worship) is short enough to capture attention and not lose it. Portnoy begins with a beautiful solo recitative and builds it up before the entrance of the mixed choir, bringing the piece to a stunning end.
Dr. Goldstaub offers a new, progressive take on the English translation of the Yih'yu L'ratzon prayer, beginning the piece in an almost Gregorian style and going on to weave modified responses into a tangled tapestry that resolves brilliantly at opportune times in the text, bringing the listener ...
The latest original in Transcontinentalís Western Wind Series, Elliot Levineís a setting of this text is a rousing one. Levineís kind of creativity in juxtaposition is noteworthy, and he does not disappoint here, weaving in different languages all at once (Spanish, Italian, and Korean, as well as...
Titles: 1) Ma tovu; 2) Enosh; 3)Halleluyaw. Arranged for small orchestra by Joshua Jacobson. For tenor solo, SATB, oboe, trumpet, and strings.
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