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Shirei T'shuvah: Songs of Repentance (book)
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Languages: English, Hebrew
Shirei T'shuvah: Songs of Repentance (book)

J. Mark Dunn, editor

SKU 991900
Accompaniment Piano/organ/keyboard
Themes High Holidays
Weight 3.10 lbs
Price: $49.95
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A comprehensive High Holy Days resource for solo voice and accompaniment, with more than 300 pieces. A necessary source for all congregations, cantors, cantorial soloists, etc. Works arranged for solo voice from Jewish liturgical music's major composers, including Janowski, Freed, Fromm, Piket, Adler, H. Adler, Lewandowski, Binder, Steinberg, Isaacson, Klepper, Helfman, Alter, Barash, Ephros, Katchko, Richards, Sulzer, Saminsky, Rubin, Spiro, et al. Includes complete liturgical guide and full indexes. Hardbound volume.

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