Al Shlosha D'varim is a lyrical setting of an essential maxim from Jewish morality laws, translated to mean: "The world is sustained by three things: by truth, by justice, and by peace." Available
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"Awake my song. Once a dream, now a reality." With ranges that suit this age group, this special message is especially well suited for middle school choirs.The piano part is artistic and supportive. A
The simple message "Can you see, feel, hear me, the sun too?" describes the wonder of a world seen through the eyes of a deaf child, expressed through singing and sign language. A guide with pictures is
Sung completely in Hebrew, this delightful Israeli song, with its text based on a song from the Old Testament "Song Of Solomon," is an excellent multicultural experience for young singers. It is a superb
A delightful treble piece that poignantly suggests that as a tree grows, so do we. "Stretch your arms, and spread your leaves. What will you be?" A perfect piece to celebrate and commemorate the growth of
Here is a lyric beauty for treble or mixed voices, with lovely legato lines, a gorgeous piano part, and a picturesque text. "In my song there's a race through a wild green meadow, the sunshine so bright in