From Transcontinental’s Western Wind Series, Elliot Levine’s a cappella setting of this text makes use of an old melody which will be familiar to many. Clever use of combative rhythms seems to make the choir its own accompaniment. This is a very fun piece for any choir’s winter concert.
Al Hanisim Cohon, Baruch / Fleischmann, W. Ellen, arr.
Item #: 993380
This Chanukah text needed something new, and finds it in a Cohon setting that feels part Flamenco, part old-world Klezmer dance. Its jubilant tempo and melody and play between the voices give it the festive overtone a holiday like Chanukah or Purim needs!
What a versatile setting this is! It can be performed as a trio (or even as a duet with a bit of careful editing); solo with SA, TB or SB; or with your children's choir. Perfect for Chanukah or holiday/winter concerts. Part of the Robbie Solomon Choral Series
Celebrate Mr. Janowski's 100th birthday this year with the rest of the Jewish music world. Among the hundreds of classics composed by this legend is this piece centered around the hero of the Chanukah story. Perfect for those ensembles looking for something different for this holiday season.
For three-part choir (various combinations) and keyboard.
This song finds a special place in the Jewish heart for anyone who hears it. Such a beautiful, moving classic on the subject of family, tradition and Chanukah won’t do without an equally tender setting. Ken Cornielle’s is gorg...
Part of Transcontinental’s “Chanukah Around The World” Series, this is a masterful choral setting of the classic Yiddish lullaby, with beautiful text reflecting on the beauty of family Chanukah traditions.