New Traditions

The original best selling collection of solo jazz piano interpretations of Jewish melodies, featuring Hatikvah (Israeli national anthem) , Erev Shel Shoshanim, (wedding processional), Avinu Malkenu, and more.

  1. Ma'Oz Tzur (Rock of Ages)
    Originally a German folk song, this popular Hanukkah song gives thanks for the miraculous rescue that this holiday commemorates.
  2. Bashana Ha Ba'a (The Coming Year) - N. Hirsh
    This well known Israeli song expresses hope for peace in the coming year.
  3. Dona Dona - S. Secunda
    A quiet and haunting song of hope and courage.
  4. Avinu Malkenu (Our Father, Our King)
    A traditional High Holiday prayer asking for forgiveness and understanding.
  5. Erev Shel Shoshanim (Evening of the Roses) - Y. Haddar
    Based on themes from the Song of Songs, this is very popular as a wedding processional.
  6. Sachki Sachki (Still, I Dream) - T. Shlonsky
    This famous song sets to music the following well-known poem by Tchernichovsky:
    You may laugh at my dreams,
    but I will continue to dream,
    for in humanity do I put my faith
  7. Hatikvah (The Hope) - N. Imber
    Written in the late 1800's. Israel's national anthem expresses a longing to return to the Promised Land.
  8. Adon Olam (Eternal Lord) - U. Hittman
    This is a contemporary melody written for the traditional concluding hymn for the Sabbath service.

All arrangements by Jon Simon - solo piano.

Price: $15.00

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