Transcontinental’s 2009 Composer of the Year is featured with several great pieces in this release. This particular English rendition of Psalm 150 (“Praise God In His Sanctuary”) was commissioned in honor of the 150th anniversary of New York City’s Temple Shaaray Tefila.
This new setting of Psalm 150, in English with a contemporary translation by Charles Davidson, can be accompanied either by organ or by piano four-hands. A grand, majestic, and awesome setting of this traditional text, it is only about four minutes long and deceptively easy to learn.
This "quasi-gospel"-style setting by David Shukiar is an incredibly spirited work. You will be moved to stomp your feet and clap along as this work is sung and played. Since its premiere in San Francisco, the piece has had many performances in venues all across the country.
Another publication from Transcontinental’s Western Wind series, this English setting of The Lord is My Shepherd has hauntingly lovely and original contemporary harmonies, yet is not too difficult for medium-level choirs in schools or houses of wors...
From Cantor Lisa Levine, a timely text set to a haunting melody. Ideal for healing services, final benedictions or to create pensive moods in concert. Excellent for interfaith services. Based in part on the Priestly Blessing, Y'varech'cha.
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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