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Jewish 2

To all those who expressed interest in seeing the program for a concert
posted earlier, here it is...Sorry there has been a delay; I was very
pleased at so much interest.
The Midwest Chorale presented a series of concerts in December on Music
from Jewish Traditions. The publisher is Transcontinental (who have been
very helpful) unless otherwise indicated.

SheHecheyanu arr. Joshua Jacobson
Hatikvah SSA and SATB settings by Rueven Korsakoff

Hanukkah Music

Hanukkah Liktelekh arr. Bonia Shur (Yiddish)
Al HaNissim arr. Joshua Jacobson and H. Netsky
(included dancing; light hand percussion was added
to several songs.)
S'Vivon Max Helfman

Three For Children (traditional tunes, lightly arranged by MS)
Hanukkah, O Hanukkah
I Have a Little Dreydl

Israeli Dances

HineyMah Tov arr. Iris Levine *Mark Foster, now Shawnee
Zum Gali Maurice Goldman *Lawson-Gould,
now Warner-Belwin in Miami
Hava Nageela " " " "

Music from the Sephardic Tradition

Adijo, Kerida arr. Joshua Jacobson *World Music
Seven Judaeo-Spanish Romances Braun arr. J. Jacobson

Selections from Kismet (based on Book of Esther)

arr. Dick Averre plus extended solos. *Hal Leonard.

Two gifted readers from the Chorale read each of the poems in the seven
romances. In addition, I do some very informal discussion as we go along.
The responsiveness of the audiences deeply moved the singers.

Mary Marcus Sutherland