Psalm 8 Lord, how glorious is Thy name
for Choir

Psalm 23 The Lord is my shepherd
(for 4-part choir – SATB)

Psalm 140 Rescue me O Lord, from evil men
(for 4-part choir – SATB and Piano)

Tamer and Hawk
(part song in two parts and piano)

Limericks from Edward Lear
(part song for two parts and Piano)

The Death of Moses – P’tirat Moshe
(cantata for spoken narrator, chorus – SATB, and chamber ensemble)
A setting of a sequence of poems from the Near East and written between the 8th and the 11th century. At one time they were part of the liturgy of Simchat Torah (‘Rejoicing of the Law’), which marks both the conclusion, and the renewal of the annual cycle of reading of the Pentateuch. They poems imaginatively and dramatically describe what the experience of death might have been like for Moses.

Adon Olam
(for two part children’s choir and piano/Also for two part male voice choir)

(cantata for soloists (Ruth – soprano, Naomi – Mezzo soprano, Boaz – baritone), chorus – SATB, and chamber ensemble – ob. cl. org. pno. vln I.vln II, vla. vcl. bs)

Oratorio on the biblical Book of Ruth

Three Liturgical pieces for Selichot
for four part choir (SATB) HaN’Shamah Lach; Mi She’anah; Rachamana.

The Priestly Blessing Birkat Kohanim The Book of Numbers Chapter 6 verses 22-27
for choir.

I have loved thee with an everlasting love Jeremaih Ch. 31 V. 11-14
for Choir

Solu Isaiah Ch. 62 V.1-7 and 10
for Choir

Ezk’rah Elohim From the Yom Kippur Neilah Service
for Choir

Ki Lekach Tov Sung while the Torah is placed back in the Ark
for Cantor and Congregation

Psalm 139 O Lord, You have searched me and known me
for Choir

Shirat Hayam
Cantata setting the Song of the Sea from the book of Exodus.
(for chorus, solo cello, and chamber ensemble)

Pesach Cantata (Libretto by Rabbi Roderick Young)
for Soloists, Chorus and Chamber Ensemble

A new dramatic cantata in which the story of Passover is told by a Grandfather to his Grandchild, and illuminated by three other characters, Miriam, Aaron and Rabban Gamliel (a Talmudic sage).