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Jewish Liturgical Music (score form)

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Jewish Liturgical Music
For Two Flutes
Arranged by Phyllis Avidan Louke
Published by Alry Publications

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This compilation of Jewish Liturgical Music contains music that is a regular part of Friday night and Saturday morning Sabbath Services.  The Flute 1 part is the melody, while Flute 2 is the accompaniment/counter melody.  Chords are included for each piece, so that a piano or guitar accompaniment can be used with either one or both flute parts.  This project is dedicated to Cantor Linda Shivers of Congregation Neveh Shalom in Portland, Oregon in thanks for her assistance in choosing the melodies for this book.   NFA Newly Published Music Competition Finalist 2000.

Each duet is approximately 2:00 each

The following melodies are included in this collection:

  1. Adon Olam (Lord of the World) Traditional Melody
  2. Yigdal (The Living), Traditional Melody
  3. Ahavat Olam (With Everlasting Love), based on traditional motifs, Eric Mandell
  4. Mogen Ovot (Shield to Our Ancestors), by I. Goldfarb
  5. L’cha Dodi (Let Us Go, My Beloved), by S. Sulzer
  6. Shalom Alechem (Peace Upon You), by S. Goldfarb
  7. Tzadik Katomar (The Righteous Shall Flourish), by L. Lewandowsky
  8. V’Shom’ru (They Shall Observe), by Max Wohlberg

 

 

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