EREV SHEL SHOSHANIM. For Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bags and Piano! vrics: Moshe Dor. Music: Josef Hadar. Arrangement by Jack Klebanow. Tenderly (d = 96). Buy Erev Shel Shoshanim (Performance CD) by Jos at Choral Sheet Music. Your choir will absolutely love this delicate Israeli folk so. Download Erev Shel Shoshanim (An Evening Of Flowers) sheet music instantly – sheet music by Yosef Hadar: Hal Leonard – Digital Sheet Music. Purchase.
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The title is Hebrew for “Evening of Roses. We were asked to play this while the bride, Sarah, was walking down the aisle.
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shoshanimm To print parts, please upgrade to a Pro account first. Uploaded on Jun 21, I think this piece is so beautiful. I love Hebrew melodies and dark, mysterious tunes. I am definitely going to learn this!
Incredible and leaves me speechless. Almost a “demure” quality to this processional. I found it interesting to realise the cultural differences underpinning the conception of this ‘wedding march’ and one that I might hear in a Western, Christian church. I expect the Eastern tradition is very similar in umsic to this music.
Both of those are in major modes, of course, but the tempos and style strike me as surprisingly similar. But this is in D minor and is less exuberant than the traditional style of wedding march to be found dhoshanim many churches.
Erev Shel Shoshanim—for string quartet
The dotted rhythm in, for example, “Here comes the bride”, is also a factor. Having said so, The original of that tune, in Wagner’s “Parsifal”, is very restrained. Make no mistake, I found your arrangement very attractive and very respectful of the holy institution of marriage. I appreciate your comments! I know you didn’t know this, but I actually love Jewish Music. Are you a jew if you don’t mind me asking? With a capital J, yes—Modern Orthodox, though I’m not so forward about it as I’ve gathered you are about being Christian.
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I’ve got to convert the score from Sheett 1, so it will be coming up in a bit. I tend to be pretty bad with capitalizing at times. I like the arrangement you made of it. I actually shek to possibly sing one of my favorite Jewish songs Hevenu Shalom Alechem, for the talent show where I go to school. Did you ever notice the similarities between that and Chassen Kallah Mazel Tov?
I have noticed that Jewish songs are usually in a minor key, have certain wrev that are present in each song, have the augmented second in various places, and they have the “speed up gradually” element. I found the minor-key setting of Jewish songs very unique. But there are some very specific things in Chassen Kallah and Heveinu: I was a little confused at what you meant. I still don’t understand the question.
For Mishaberach which is what Chassen Kallah Mazel Tov and Heveinu Shalom Sleichem are inthink of it as a minor scale, with only two notes different: Erev Shel Shoshanim, however, is in plain natural minor. I’m actually thinking about Arranging Hevenu Shalom Aleichem for strings, plus a few more Jewish songs, and make a medley out of them. What general advice would you give? If you don’t want to give advice, that’s fine. Shosahnim to several different recordings before you begin.
I’ll be sure to upload it when I’m done.
Mabey a few months from now. I start school Wednesday.
Erev Shel Shoshanim (An Evening Of Flowers)
My last year of high school! I’ll keep an eye out for it while I’m in college. Aren’t you majoring in music education?
So, what’s the emphasis you’ll be taking in general. Will you focus more towards strings? My principal instrument is shfl, but I’ll be well-rounded—my first semester I’m starting Woodwind Techniques and Pedagogy, and Brasswind Techniques and Pedagogy. In my case next year, I’ll be minoring in music and the emphasis will be voice.