Ahavat Olam (from Kol Yaakov)

Beautifully melodic, this tune from Kol Yaakov is easy to sing, with subtle harmonic structure. Lovely addition to any service, sure to invite congregational singing. Can be sung unaccompanied or with piano or guitar. Listen to “Ahavat Olam” below.
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Oseh Shalom

A beautiful melody in soothing 3/4 time,  suitable for congregational singing.

Tzur Mishelo Achalnu (Babylonian)

Charles Davidson, arr. A light touch for a familiar table song, this is joyous and simple setting for SAB with rehearsal piano. Based on a Sephardic melody of Morton Leifman and transmitted by Exkiel Musleach. Available from Transcontinental Music
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Three Canticles for Chorus

Strongly contrasting styles make this suite compelling listening. A cappella settings for a professional level chorus, with piano or organ accompaniment. I. God be Gracious II. Show Me Your Way, O Lord III. Sing Unto the Lord a New Song…

L’ma’an Tziyon

Drora Havkin, arr. Charles Davidson For solo or choir. This famous tune by Israeli composer Drora Havkin has been set for choir in an easy yet powerfully moving setting. It is already a beloved selection for amateur and professional choirs…
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Psalm 150

An exciting new choral work, this distinctive piece is full fanfare – a harmonic surge that propels the text toward a fortissimo conclusion. A wonderful piece for amateur or professional choir that is not difficult to prepare. Two accompaniment settings:…