(spiral binding) The most comprehensive single-volume collection of Jewish songs to date. The Complete Shireinu features the best of Israeli, Jewish summer camp, traditional, contemporary and Sephardic genres in fully notated form (written-out melodies plus chord symbols). Much of the music is in print for the first time in this volume. The Complete Shireinu has become the standard Jewish songbook in all libraries. Also features the songs of our CD compilation Ruach 5761/2001.
Edited, corrected and amended version features 77 new songs that were not in the original, including 15 from TMP's recording, Ruach 5761/2001. For a chorded version, see the Shireinu Chordster, also see the Complete Shireinu with full musical notation.
The Complete Jewish Songbook: Shireinu is a repackaged version of The Complete Shireinu (item 993122) - this book is paperback (The Complete Shireinu is wire-bound) and its songs are alphabetized. All of the music is the same. It is the definitive collection of Jewish songs - and a staple in every Jewish music library.
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