This songbook features the music for 22 of Debbie Friedman's most beloved songs of blessing, including all 12 songs from her classic recording, And You Shall Be a Blessing and 10 other selections from previous recordings. Each song features melody line, guitar chords, complete lyrics, translation, and transliteration. All songs are available in recorded versions, on the And You Shall Be a Blessing CD and on the In The Beginning 3-CD set - see "Related products" below.
From And You Shall Be A Blessing:
1. B'ruchot Habaot
3. Mi Chamocha
4. Nasim Shalom
5. Miriam's Song
6. L'Chi Lach
8. B'tzeit Yisraeil
9. Mi Shebeirach
10. Kadish D'rabanan
11. Holy Place
12. T'filat Haderach
From And The Youth Shall See Visions:
From If Not Now, When?
15. Wedding Vows
17. Ani Ma-Amin
18. Ahavat Olam
19. Mi Chamocha
From Not By Might, Not By Power:
20. L'dor Vador
From Sing Unto God:
21. Sim Shalom
22. Birchot Havdalah
||IN THE BEGINNING - 3-CD SET
This specially priced 3-CD set brings to life the earliest works of Debbie Friedman as you've never heard them before, remixed from the original master recordings. The package includes the full verions of Debbie's first five recordings, originally available only on vinyl: Sing Unto God (1972), Not By Might – Not By Power (1974), Ani Maamin (1976), If Not Now, When? (1980), and And The Youth Shall See Visions (1981). The three discs contain sixty songs, nearly three hours of music, and an extensive insert booklet includes the complete lyrics, transliterations, translations, and liner notes from the original records. A must-have for any Debbie Friedman fan or collector of Jewish music, and a wonderful gift idea, this outstanding collection accurately captures the legendary Debbie Friedman as she was, In The Beginning.
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