“the girls loved singing it and our audience loved hearing it” (Catherine Glaser-Climie, “Cantare” Canada)
I’m a Conductor of Choirs from Israel, and am offering all of you
– towards the Holidays – One of my arrangements of a Hanuka Song
arranged for SSA – free of charge. Song called ” Hanerot halalu.”
Since I cann’t attach it to this letter, you are all invited to contact me and i will send it to you.
The composer of this song – is unknown to me , so if somebdy knows who wrote this music,
please let me know.
My popular Chanukah composition Haneirot halalu (tenor solo, SATB chorus unaccompanied, ECS Publishing catalog number 5492), is now available for tenor solo, TTBB chorus unaccompanied (ECS Publishing catalog number 7688) just in time for 2010 holiday programming. (<www.ecspublishing.com>) It was arranged for Matthew Mehaffey and the University of Minnesota Men’s Chorus. Thank you for your consideration.
Stanley M. Hoffman, Ph.D., composer
I am new to ChoralNet and would just like to introduce myself and some of my music to you. My name is Aaron Pike, a composition student of David Conte at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and would love to have the opportunity of having some of my music programmed by any of you choral directors that might be interested! 3 of the works are religious, commissioned by BYU-Idaho and the 3rd is a moving acapella piece that is soon to be published through Santa Barbara Music Publishing entitled Peace. Please click on the links to listen and watch performances of the works.
I look forward to becoming an active member of the ChoralNet society!
2) God of our Fathers:
My apologies for the incorrect link. Please use this one to check out samples of my choral anthems for Christmas (and other seasons):
And thanks to the kind person who pointed out the error!
Here are 3 choral works that might interest you.
The first two are for wind ensemble/chorus that were commissioned by Brigham Young University-Idaho and the last piece is an a cappella work for SATB (published through SBMP) and the last is for SATB chorus with Organ accompaniment
1) God of our Fathers:
2) Christ the Lord: A Sacred Overture
4) There is a Green Hill Far Away