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Transcontinental Music Shabbat Anthology - Volume VII Transcontinental Music Folios Series Softcover with CD
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This seventh installment in the ongoing popular Shabbat Anthology series includes 26 eclectic tunes that highlight the best and most current music wr...Click To Read More About This Product
This seventh installment in the ongoing popular Shabbat Anthology series includes 26 eclectic tunes that highlight the best and most current music written specifically for congregational Shabbat worship. Both established and emerging composers and arrangers are highlighted here, bringing to light both newly composed and older Sabbath music that has never been published before. The songbook features all compositions in piano/vocal/guitar format, as well as several pieces with parts for auxiliary instruments, duets and congregations. The accompanying CD includes full renditions of all 26 songs, with many performed by the original artists and others sung by an impressive roster of top cantors and soloists. Songs include: Rom'mu (Jeremiah Klarman) · L'cha Dodi (Steve Dropkin) · Ma'ariv (Jordan Franzel) · Mi Chamochah (Andrew Dennen, Angela Gold and Neil Weinstein) · Hashkiveinu (Lisa Silver and Teri Simon) · V'sham'ru (Marcelo Gindlin) · V'sham'ru (Robert Nath) · V'sham'ru (Bob Remstein) · Yism'chu (Abby Gostein) · Yism'chu (Ralene Jacobson) · Open My Lips (Jay Rapoport) · R'tzei (Michelle Cohen) · Yih'yu L'ratzon/Oseh Shalom (Vicky Glikin) · Yih'yu L'ratzon/seh Shalom (Cory Weiss) · Oseh Shalom (Abby Gostein) · May the Words (Robert Nath) · L'rosh Chodesh (Jordan Franzel) · Modeh Ani (Cliff Abramson) · Psalm 150 (Susan Colin) · Zachar Chasdo (Micah Lapidus) · Adonai Oz (Scott Leader) · Sim Shalom (Jordan Franzel) · We Remember Them (Lynda Dresher) · Ein Keloheinu (Erik Contzius) · Adon Olam (Jonathan Dinkin).