This unique cantata was commissioned by a wealthy Provencal family in the late 17th century to celebrate their son's circumcision. It consists of arias, dances and choruses in the French Baroque style
Psalm 80. This piece displays a blend of Renaissance polyphony and baroque ornamentation.
For SSA with keyboard.
Jane Roman Pitt has crafted a powerful and convincing statement about the central role of women in Jewish-and world-history.
A stirring piece for women's voices, this piece speaks timelessly and clearly and would be welcome in any women's chorus program, as well as for female voices in any other choral context.