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.
A contemporary melody for a popular prayer.
An upbeat new tune, perfect for singing along.
DOWNLOAD ONLY A lovely choice for an alternate melody for this standard Friday night prayer. Guitar and/or piano accompaniment would be perfect.
A lovely heartfelt melody in 3/4 time, that everyone will enjoy singing. Listen to “Ahavat Olam” below.
A lovely melody in 3/4 time, easy to lead and to sing. Listen to “Ahavat Olam” below.
English texts from the Shabbat morning service. Large SATB chorus, baritone or mezzo-soprano solo and organ. 25 minutes.
This modal setting of Adon Olam is adapted from a melody for the Yamin Noraim in Baer. The Hebrew text makes this a good choice for the High Holidays and of course, as a standard setting for Shabbat use. For choir and acccompaniment…
Available from Transcontinental Music Paperback & Audio CD J. Mark Dunn/Joel N. Eglash, editors Shabbat Anthology brings to light both newly composed and older Sabbath music that has never been published, in piano, vocal and guitar format. Shabbat Anthology Volume…