A beautiful choral setting by Gerald Cohen, of a paraphrase from the evening liturgy (written by Rabbi Rami Shapiro), with stunning chromatic harmony. This piece was originally written for a high-school choir and is accessible to most volunteer choirs – including choirs outside the Jewish ...
From our talented Paris-based composer/arranger Itai Daniel comes a medley of various Chanukah songs, mostly from Israel, which is perfect for anyone looking for new Chanukah material for women’s or children’s choir.
This choral setting of Lisa Levine’s flowing and gentle melody includes both texts for evening (Shalom Rav) and morning (Sim Shalom). An ideal piece for interfaith gatherings, with its universal message of respect and friendship.
This is a recently revised edition of this now-classic choral work by Benjie Ellen Schiller, a cantor who serves on the faculty of HUC-JIR. By popular request, this new edition of one of our most popular choral pieces is now available in the lower key of D major. There is an optional tof p...
Ruach 5773 is the seventh edition in the amazing series of songbooks that brings to life the spirit, energy, and vibrancy of the Judaism that lives and breathes in the camps, youth groups, and synagogues of the Union for Reform Judaism.
This edition was recently revised by the composer and includes new texts from the latest Reform prayerbook (Siddur Mishkan Tefilah) for Shabbat and other occasions. The keyboard accompaniment has been updated by the composer.
This popular melody by Lisa Levine, now arranged for choir by David Appelman, starts with a lilting English paraphrase of Hashkiveinu and leads to an appealing duet with simple choral harmonies. There is also an optional flute part. A great choice for synagogue volunteer choirs.
We are proud to present this edition of a three-movement work by iconic Israeli composer Yehezkel Braun. A singable English version is included. This is a challenging work worth the time spent in rehearsal.
The winning composition from the GTM Young Composer Award in 2012, this two-movement work by Joshua Fishbein includes settings of V’shamru and Oseh Shalom. A more challenging piece for choirs that want to explore something new and original.
Ruach 5773, the seventh edition in the amazing Ruach series, brings to life the spirit, energy, and vibrancy of the Judaism that lives and breathes in the camps, youth groups, and synagogues of the Union for Reform Judaism.
After Moses shattered the first set of Ten Commandments, destroying them with the Golden Calf, he placed the broken fragments in the Aron Hakodesh (Holy Ark) alongside the new tablets. From this the Talmud teaches, "Respect the aged, because the fragments ...
This sixth installment in the ongoing and hugely popular Shabbat Anthology series includes 32 eclectic tunes that highlight the best and most current music written specifically for congregational Shabbat worship. The 168-page songbook features all compositions in Piano/Vocal/Guitar format,...
More than the centerpiece of Purim celebrations, Esther is unique in the biblical canon, and raises as many questions as it reveals answers. It is a rich source for text study, at Purim and throughout the year.
The Ruach Series delivers the hottest new Jewish rock tunes. This year,
the celebrated compilation celebrates its 10th anniversary alongside
the 50th anniversary of the Religious Action Center, with a focus on
songs of a social action theme.