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Music has always been central to the existence of the Jewish people. These pioneer songs are full of Zionist zeal as they sing about the land they work, the celebrations where they dance, and their hope for the future. This music is important as the original scores were destroyed during World War
Three Pioneer Songs
Juxtaposing words in Hebrew with modern English translations of 13th century Muslim poet Rumi, this work calls out against violence and invites the listener to an abstract place without war.
Study War No More
Here is a beautiful lullaby with words by the Russian poet Abraham Goldfaden beautifully arranged for the concert choir. Sweeping vocal lines, a lush piano accompaniment and shifting harmonies make this a perfect ballad in any program.
Shlof, Mayn Fegele
This popular song by Debbie Friedman is a beautiful and complex arrangement. Using a clarinet like a shofar and the piano like a klezmer band, this is a worthy piece for any fine choir.
The Judith Clurman: Rejoice, Honoring the Jewish Spirit Choral Series has included songs new and old, original compositions and arrangements. Here is an arrangement of a very important Yiddish folk song that was almost lost during the Holocaust. Marko Rothmuller makes a very classical arrangement
Combining the traditions of Orthodox Jewish music with the counter culture of the 1960s, Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach created Jewish folk music that reached out to young Jewish seekers. Here, Brant Adams has arranged Carlebach's most famous melody for a select honor choir bringing this music full circl
Am Yisrael Chai
Although this arrangement is written for Junior High and High School singers, the imagery and emotions will resonate with anyone who has found themselves in love, regardless of their age. The final section in the music reminds us that a song of love is better whispered than shouted.
Erev Shel Shoshanim (Evening of Roses)
Pulitzer Prize winning composer Shulamit Ran provides us with a grand statement in praise of the pursuit of knowledge. Wisdom, understanding, and learning are highlighted as a means to justice, judgment, and equity. The music is rhythmic and polyphonic and full of strength and power.
Attributed to Azriel Dovid Fastag, a Hasidic Jew, and composed on a cattle car headed for Treblinka. Jews trapped in the ghettos and concentration camps during World War II found solace in this song. This beautiful arrangement for SATB choir and cello is heartfelt with the cello establishing a mo
Writing a new melody to the Jewish prayer Modium Anachnu Lach and combining it with the 19th century hymn Now Thank We All Our God, here we have a new song of thanksgiving and gratitude. Repeated rhythmic patterns and melodic shape create a meditative and reflective aesthetic, allowing both perfo
We Thank You, God
Here is a melody in a haunting, melancholy style like a Schubert Lied. As the singers lament Why do I long for you so?, the music reflects the message: you are my unrest. This is a stunning concert setting of a beautiful Yiddish melody.
Umru Mayne (My Unrest)
Perhaps the most beloved of the Jewish Passover Seder songs is Dayeinu; this hymn is over 1000 years old but this wonderful arrangement by Broadway legend Trude Rittmann is fresh and new.
Dayeinu (It Would Have Been Enough)
Chanukah is a celebration of freedom. Legend has it that when the eternal light was rekindled, there was only enough oil for one day. It miraculously lasted for eight. This new piece celebrates the festival and the miracle.
Eight Days of Lights
Here is a vibrant and rhythmic setting of the exuberant culminating psalm of the Bible. It describes the various instruments of the Temple orchestra, all there to serve God--and in a mambo style.
Psalm 150 (Halleluyah)
Setting the Hebrew text by the 8th century prophet Amos, this is a piece full of optimism. While the lyrics extoll Bet let it roll like the water, justice and righteousness like a mighty stream. the music is equally hopeful. This new piece from Juilliard faculty member Philip Lasser is perfect fo
But Let Justice Roll
One of the foremost guitar composers of the twentieth century, Tedesco also wrote for the movies and for the choral concert stage. This major work, originally for choir and organ, is now given an accessible keyboard accompaniment while maintaining the organ possibility.
Sacred Service For Sabbath Eve, Op 122
With a debut at Carnegie Hall as part of the New York Pops annual holiday concert, Habari Gani celebrates the inspiring message of Kwanzaa. Drawing from the beat box style so popular in today's a cappella style singing, string bass, rhythmic bass line in the bass voice, and a cappella choral with
With a piano introduction that is both virtuosic and emotional, this Hebrew text, chosen by series editor Judith Clurman in memory of her parents, was the perfect vehicle for Michigan composer Paul Schoenfield to honor those who have lived a life of faith. With frequently changing and uneven met
The text of Tzadik Katamar is the final verses of Psalm 92. Composer Emanuel Kirschner served as chief cantor of Munich for much of his career. His setting, written for solo cantor and organ, originally published in 1891, has been adapted for keyboard and chorus, with an optional orchestration fo
This beautiful and simple melody for mixed, unison choir or solo is the perfect ending to a worship service or concert. It can be sung a cappella or with the optional clarinet, violin, viola and cello accompaniment or with only the clarinet (included in the octavo). Each version is equally effect
This is an arrangement, by Zalmen Mlotek, for mixed chorus, of a Yiddish Chanukah song written in 1921, by Solomon Golub and Abraham Reisen. The text describes a father chanting the blessings over the Chanukah Menorah.
Borukh Ate, Zingt Der Tate
As part of the new Judith Clurman Rejoice: Honoring the Jewish Spirit series, this rhythmic and energetic setting of Psalm 150, Praise the Lord, Praise God in His Sanctuary is in Hebrew. A clear and concise Hebrew pronunciation guide is provided for this and all of the music in this new series.
Halleluyah (Psalm 150)
In the Jewish tradition, the Song of Songs is associated with love and the coming of spring. This setting is a powerful example of the highly sensual and passionate love poetry. It has long been interpreted by both the Jewish and Christian traditions as an extended allegory for the relationship b
Set Me as a Seal
This is an a cappella setting of Psalm 23, set in Hebrew. Composer Judith Shatin wrote this piece in 1995 and dedicated it to the memory of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
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