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Five Hebrew Love Songs

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format SATB
Desc Wjms1038
Composer Eric Whitacre
Publisher Walton Music Corp
Series Jo-michael Schiebe Choral
Catalog # 08501466

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Five Hebrew Love Songs Composed by Eric Whitacre. For SATB. Published by Walton Music Corp. (Catalog # 08501466, UPC: 073999651317)

In this suite – inspired by a trip to Switzerland – each song is a “postcard,” capturing lush, romantic moments in full. The songs are dedicated to Jerusalem born Hila Plitmann – poet of the beautiful text, and the composer's wife. The suite is scored for SATB chorus with either string quartet accompaniment or piano and violin.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
No1 Temuna - A Picture  
No2 Kala Kalla - Light Bride  
No3 Larov - Mostly  
No4 Eyze Sheleg - What Snow  
No5 Rakut - Tenderness  
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