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Here is a list of my musical settings for the Shabbat morning service. It includes solo pieces, duets, congregational music, chants, rounds, and full choral settings. Much of it can work unaccompanied as well as accompanied, while some work better …

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Psalm 92 Musical settings for the ‘Verses of song’ section of the morning service This list includes solo pieces, duets, congregational music, chants, rounds, and full choral settings. Much of it can work unaccompanied as well as accompanied, while some …

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Evening prayers Adon Olam No.2 – can be sung a cappella, or with pno/guit Ahavat Olam – can be sung a cappella solo, congregational, or SATB, or with optional piano Hashkiveinu – for voice and guitar/piano; can also be a …

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Here is a list of my Jewish songs that use English, either as the original lyric, as a singable close translation from a Hebrew setting of mine, or alternating between English and Hebrew in a song.

There are lots of ways to categorise the pieces I have written: music for Shabbat, High Holidays, psalm settings, interfaith etc.. All of the music can be searched in multiple ways on my main music page. In the meantime, I …

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(6 July 2019 – Recording coming soon.) BUY the sheet music – $3.95 (lead sheet) In Jewish scripture and liturgy we are often encouraged to ‘sing to the Lord a new song’. How many times can we sing a song …

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Performance of Mah Gadlu by Worcester College Choir, and first performance of Barchi Nafshi by Alexander Massey and Matthew Faulk as part of the final Psalms Concert. The SOTS is “a learned society of professional scholars and others committed to …

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On 13 June 2019, Hansh’mah Lach was played at the Universal Unity Celebration fo Peace, hosted by the British Friends of the Abrahamic Reunion, a great cause!

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Performance by Oxfordshire (Oxford Jewish Community Choir) of Tashlich, V’taheir Libeinu, and V’asu Li Mikdash on Thursday 20 June, 2019. Hosted by Asylum Welcome for the United Nations World Refugee Day.