Simon Sargon :: Jewish Liturgical Works :: Chorus with keyboard
Az Yashir (Song at the Red Sea) (1983)
SATB/keyboard. An arrangement of the plaintive melody sung in Sephardic synagogues in London. Appropriate for Passover. May be sung a cappella.

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Benediction (1995)
A SATB/keyboard setting of the three-fold priestly blessing with "amen" responses.

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Early Will I Seek Thee (1975)
SATB/keyboard. A beautiful, lyrical setting of the opening prayer of the Saturday morning liturgy.

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Ein Adir (There Is None as Mighty as Our God) (1981)
SATB/piano. An arrangment of the well-known Yemenite/Sephardic melody.

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Ein Kamocha (There Is None Like You) (1988)
For SATB/keyboard. An uplifting setting of the anthem for use in the Torah service during festivals or the High Holidays.

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El Nora Alilah (Oh God Whose Deeds Are Awesome) (1986)
SATB/keyboard. A beautiful, somber setting of the text from the High Holiday N'ila liturgy to heighten the solemnity of the close of the Yom Kippur worship service.


Sim Shalom
SATB/keyboard. An arrangement of the traditional Ashkenazi melody.

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Yism'chu (They Shall Be Happy) (1976)
Unison chorus/keyboard. A simple but effective setting of the traditional Hasidic melody. Perfect for a Cantor or songleader to lead the congregation in participatory singing.

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Yom Gila (A Day of Joy Will Come) (1999)
SATB/keyboard. "An arrangement of this classic Sephardic Hebrew folk song could easily become boring but here, Sargon, a master composer himself, takes such great pains to keep things interesting that the song is almost reinvented. Lots of fun to perform!" May be programmed with the composer's other Sephardic/Ladino songs to make a set that is an enjoyable musical experience for both choristers and audience.


 
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