A hauntingly beautiful yet easy to sing “call and response” melody for L’cha Dodi for cantor and congregation. Easily accompanied by piano or guitar.
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.
A beautiful melody in soothing 3/4 time, suitable for congregational singing.
Fourteen settings of prayers from the Friday Evening Service, simple and melodious in a Sephardi style. Cantor, SATB and keyboard, optional flute and Israeli drum.
A tuneful and effective for amateur choir, this entire collection, concluding with the popular favorite, Adon Olam (tri-la-lai la-bi-ri-bam), is absolutely guaranteed to get the congregation singing! Cantor, SATB and keyboard. Can be performed without accompaniment. Twelve octavos in Ashkenazi Hebrew. Listen to Adon…
The first modern Friday evening service. Blends blues and jazz styles and singable tunes with nusah ha-tefillah. Cantor, SATB and keyboard. Available on CD from Naxos. Full stage band and Jazz ensemble (flute, saxophone, vibes, bass and percussion) parts on rental only. Please…
Psalm 19:15, conclusion of the Amidah for mezzo soprano solo and keyboard. Available from Transcontinental Music
A great end to a service, lyrical, rhythmic, fun to sing.
A haunting melody highlights this unison version, good for congregational singing. Take it uptempo for a livelier feel.