This classic recording from the legendary Debbie Friedman introduced numerous songs that would become among her most beloved: "Mi Shebeirach," "L'chi Lach," "Miriam's Song," "T'filat Haderech," and more. The 12 songs of faith and blessing deliver messages as old as the Bible, but with a sound that is vibrant and modern. Powerful and moving, accessible and inspirational, these blessings, in Debbie's words, "...are not those nebulous, distant, magical intangibles, rather, they are the recognition of all that is, the affirmation of faith in the Source of All Life and the enactment of the potential goodness with which each soul has been endowed."
A songbook with melody line, guitar chords, complete lyrics, translation, and transliteration for each of the 12 songs on this CD is also available - see "Related Products" below.
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1. B'ruchot Habaot
3. Mi Chamocha
4. Nasim Shalom
5. Miriam's Song
6. L'chi Lach
8. B'tzeit Yisraeil
9. Mi Shebeirach
10. Kadish D'Rabanan
11. Holy Place
12. T'filat Haderech
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This piano book contains 15 well-known Debbie Friedman melodies in easy to intermediate two-handed arrangements, perfect for piano players at all levels. Guitar chords, complete lyrics, translations, and transliterations are also included.
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