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Tzor Te'udah composed by William Sharlin (1920-). For 3-part canon, piano. General. Moderately Easy. Octavo. Published by Laurendale Associates (MN.CH-1102).
Text is in Hebrew with a literal translation and pronunciation guide in the notes with an additional singable English trext underlay. First performed in Carnegie Hall, 1990. Works equally well in youth or adult mixed voice settings. Piano part may be considered optional.
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Ensemble: 3-Part Music