Simon Sargon :: Choral Works :: Chorus with instrument and keyboard
Hine Ma Tov (Behold How Good It Is) (1978)
SATB/flute obbligato/keyboard. Setting of Psalm 133, v.1. Melody: A. Jacobson. Recorded on the CD Concert of Liturgical Jewish Music at the Synagogue of Lausanne, Switzerland (Doron DRC, 3003).


Hine Ma Tov (Behold How Good It Is) (1978)
SATB/flute obbligato/keyboard. Setting of Psalm 133, v.1. Melody: A. Jacobson. Recorded on the CD Concert of Liturgical Jewish Music at the Synagogue of Lausanne, Switzerland (Doron DRC, 3003).


Psalm 29 (2001)
SATB/timpani/organ. In this setting, following the analysis of the Biblical scholar, James Kugel, the composer focuses on the description of the storm blowing in from the Mediterranean Sea. The timpani depicts the thunder and lightning accompanying the storm's fury. The conclusion subsides into a song of quiet thanksgiving.

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The People, Yes (2005)
SATB/percussion/piano. Seven texts of the poet, Carl Sandburg. Sandburg's populist style is paralleled in this cycle. The chorus is "the people" and the feeling is one of a community "speaking", rather than a formal, intellectualized setting of text. Currently unavailable.


 
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