This sixth installment in the ongoing and hugely popular Shabbat Anthology series includes 32 eclectic tunes that highlight the best and most current music written specifically for congregational Shabbat worship. Both established and emerging composers and arrangers are highlighted here, bringing to light both newly composed and older Sabbath music that has never been published before. This beautifully produced recording includes full renditions of all 32 songs, with many performed by the original artists and others sung by an impressive roster of top cantors and soloists.
Enliven and enrich your Sabbath services with this superlative collection of new music from Samuel Adler, Robert Applebaum, Steve Brodsky, Steve Cohen, Jonathan Comisar, Erik Contzius, Jordan Franzel, Tracy Friend, Abby Gostein, Josh Nelson, Orit Perlman, Stephen Richards, David Shukiar, and many, many more!
1. Candle Blessing for Shabbat (Erik Contzius)
2. How Good and Lovely (Rita Glassman)
3. Y’did Nefesh (Alexander Massey)
4. Shabbat Hamalkah (Fred Ross-Perry)
5. Shalom Aleichem (Terry Lieberstein)
6. Lamdeini, Elohai (Erik Contzius)
7. Maariv Aravim (Steve Brodsky)
8. Hashkiveinu (Tracy Friend)
9. Hashkiveinu (Elliot Glaser)
10. V’sham’ru (David Shukiar)
11. Yism’chu (Tracy Friend)
12. Adonai S’fatai (Steve Brodsky)
13. Modim Anachnu Lach (Jonathan Comisar)
14. R’tzei / V’techezenah (Robert Applebaum)
15. Shalom Rav (Jonathan Schultz)
16. Elohai, N’tzor (Stephen Richards)
17. Oseh Shalom / Y’hiyu L’ratzon (Bruce Chalmer)
18. Oseh Shalom (Joan Sharrow Gochberg)
19. Yih’yu L’ratzon (Josh Nelson)
20. Yih’yu L’ratzon (David Shukiar)
21. Elohai N’shamah (Steve Cohen)
22. Baruch She’amar (Jordan Franzel)
23. Hal’lu Yah (Ros Schwartz)
24. Yotzeir Or (Jordan Franzel)
25. V’haeir Eineinu (Michael Horwitz)
26. Sim Shalom (Orit Perlman)
27. Sim Shalom (Fred Ross-Perry)
28. A Prayer for Healing (Samuel Adler)
29. Torat Adonai (Robert Applebaum)
30. Prayer of Thanksgiving (Samuel Adler)
31. The Blessing of Memory (Abby Gostein)
32. Hamotzi Lechem Min Ha’aretz (Samuel Adler)
||Shabbat Anthology Volume VI (Book/CD Set)
This sixth installment in the ongoing and hugely popular Shabbat Anthology series includes 32 eclectic tunes that highlight the best and most current music written specifically for congregational Shabbat worship. The 168-page songbook features all compositions in Piano/Vocal/Guitar format, as well as several pieces with parts for auxiliary instruments, duets and congregations. The accompanying CD includes full renditions of all 32 songs, with many performed by the original artists and others sung by an impressive roster of top cantors and soloists.
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